first_imgMELFORT, Sask. — Several family members of those killed and injured in the Humboldt Broncos crash say they still have one big question: Why?They want to know why a semi-truck driver barreled through a stop sign at a rural Saskatchewan intersection and into the path of the junior hockey team’s bus.They also want to hear from the driver himself.“All he had to do was stop,” says Scott Thomas of Saskatoon, whose 18-year-old son Evan died in the collision.“I want to know why. That would be a huge part in me finding forgiveness to understand why.”Jaskirat Singh Sidhu of Calgary has pleaded guilty to 29 counts of dangerous driving for causing the crash north of Tisdale last April. Sixteen people were killed and 13 injured.An agreed statement of facts says Sidhu was not impaired or distracted and road and weather conditions were good at the time.After the crash, it was also discovered that Sidhu had 70 violations of federal and provincial trucking regulations and inspection rules. Had he been stopped, he would have been suspended from driving for 72 hours.“As of right now, I am of the opinion he was probably stressed,” Thomas told reporters outside Melfort court Tuesday.“Clearly he wasn’t filling out his log books … Was his boss in his ear saying he’d better get his ass in gear because he’s behind?“Why is a huge part of what I want to find out. Every one of us will want to know why.”The last of 75 victim impact statements are to be submitted in court Wednesday before lawyers begin sentencing arguments, likely on Thursday.It’s expected Sidhu will also get a chance to address the court. He has yet to speak publicly about the crash although his lawyer has said he takes responsibility for what happened. Sidhu has also wiped away tears during the hearing.Thomas said he wants to hear directly from Sidhu and even offered to sit down with him someday.“It might be part of how he needs to go forward too.”While many families have said in court that they forgive Sidhu, others like Andrea Joseph of St. Albert, Alta., feel the opposite. She called the trucker a “monster” for killing her 20-year-old son, Jaxon.He broke the law and deserves a lengthy prison sentence, she added.Former NHL player Chris Joseph was less angry than his wife. He told reporters after court Tuesday that he thinks Sidhu took a chance on cutting through the intersection to save time.“But we won’t know that until we hear from him,” said Joseph, adding he wants to hear Sidhu tell the court what his intentions were that day.He also wants the trucking industry to a better job of making sure companies properly train their drivers and get those without proper skills off the road.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

OTTAWA — Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter says that Canadian governments should consider emulating the non-profit he has promoted for years as a means of alleviating an affordable housing crunch in this country.Carter has been a longtime volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, which helps low-income families buy a house through affordable payment schedules and getting the families involved in building their homes.Carter says other countries like Peru have adopted similar models to help build more affordable housing units and reduce reliance on the social safety net.The former president is getting a chance to push the message this week as part of a Habitat for Humanity project to build 150 homes across Canada for the country’s sesquicentennial, first in Edmonton where the federal infrastructure minister joined the work site and then Wednesday in Winnipeg.But he acknowledges that the housing challenge remains a difficult one to tackle for policy makers and volunteers.“It’s not enough. What the local, state and federal government do and what volunteers like we do put together makes a big dent in the need, but it’s still not enough,” he said in an interview from a work site in Edmonton.“Everywhere we go, the need is well known and people just don’t pay enough attention to it.”There are an estimated 1.6 million households considered in “core housing need” — meaning they spend more than one-third of their before-tax income on housing that may be substandard or doesn’t meet their needs. The federal government hopes that its forthcoming national housing strategy cuts that figure by at least 500,000 over the next decade.The plan will look at the entire housing continuum, which includes Habitat for Humanity.The organization helps families bridge the gap between social housing and market-based homes by giving them affordable payments and interest rates, while also requiring that they invest in the construction of their home through sweat equity.Carter’s argument is that Habitat for Humanity families become responsible taxpayers, which increases government tax revenues and decreases amounts spent on social services.“They change from a life of dependency on sometimes the federal and local governments to one of self-sufficiency,” he said.The federal Liberals have tried to use the cost of housing as a talking point in the latest round in the ongoing trade dispute over softwood lumber, warning that U.S. housing prices may become unaffordable for many Americans if the Trump administration continues to impose high tariffs on softwood that is used in the construction of new homes.In May, Carter publicly sided with U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to impose new fees on Canadian exports, which at last count has left the domestic industry facing average duties of about 27 per cent.The Carter family is involved in softwood lumber and the former president says he believes the rift could soon pass.“We just want an honest and fair arrangement to be made that suits both sides. And I think this can be done,” Carter said.“We want to be fair to both sides and we want to take care of forestry workers and timber owners as well.” read more

The United Nations rights office expressed concern today over the intensifying crackdown in Viet Nam against human rights defenders who have questioned or criticized the Government and its policies.Noting that last Tuesday, well-known activist Tran Thi Nga was sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment and five years’ house arrest for so-called “anti-State propaganda” for comments posted online, Liz Throssell, spokesperson for the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) expressed “serious concerns about the severity of the sentence and the conduct of the trial, which does not appear to have met due process standards.”“Human rights defenders should never be treated as criminals who are a threat to national security,” she told reporters at the regular bi-weekly news briefing in Geneva. In accordance with provisions of article 88 of Viet Nam’s Penal Code, Tran was kept in incommunicado detention for some six months – from her arrest in January until a few days before the trial. Tran was not allowed adequate time to prepare her defence, the trial lasted just one day and her family and friends were denied entry to the courtroom, according to the UN rights office.Tran Thi Nga’s sentence comes less than a month after Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh, a prominent blogger known as ‘Mother Mushroom,’ was jailed for 10 years, also under article 88, following similarly flawed judicial proceedings. OHCHR pointed out that over the last six months, at least seven other human rights defenders have been arrested and face prosecution, several dozen are currently detained, and two have been deported or sent into exile abroad. Many others have been intimidated, harassed and brutally beaten.The UN Human Rights Office and international human rights mechanisms have repeatedly denounced article 88 of the Penal Code, along with several other provisions of the Code, as being in breach of international human rights law. “The Vietnamese Government’s failure to address the concerns of the international community about restrictions on fundamental freedoms raises doubts about its commitment to protect and promote human rights,” stressed Ms. Throssell. “We urge the Vietnamese authorities to immediately release all those detained in connection with their exercise of their rights to freedom of expression, and to amend the overly broad ill-defined laws that are used – under the pretext of national security – to crack down on dissent,” she stated. read more

Ohio State sophomore cornerback Shaun Wade (24) runs on the field during the game against Rutgers on Sept. 8. Credit: Amal Saeed | Assistant Photo EditorShaun Wade is willing to do whatever it takes to help the Ohio State defense prosper. After sitting out his first season following an abdominal injury in 2017, the redshirt freshman has done anything he can to get on the field while teammates and fellow 2017 recruiting class members, such as cornerback Jeffrey Okudah and safety Isaiah Pryor, receive regular playing time. Wade did not want to get lost in the shuffle. To make sure of this, he became the ultimate utility man for the Ohio State secondary, extending his ability from his original position of cornerback to the nickel and safety spots, allowing him to find playing time at positions for which he was not recruited. For Wade, position did not matter. He just wanted to make a contribution. “I just wanted to be on the field to help the team,” Wade said. “That’s all.” Ohio State safeties coach and co-defensive coordinator Alex Grinch noticed Wade’s drive. In the Sunday practice after Ohio State’s season-opening win against Oregon State, Grinch asked Wade if he was willing to play some reps at safety. Wade agreed and, ever since, has been in Grinch’s position room.Even though safety is Wade’s newest position, Grinch said he has shown signs of progress. “He’s flashed for us a little bit,” Grinch said. “That’s a guy, when you do those things, you kind of make a determination as a staff is what’s the best position for him on the current roster to help us in 2018.”For Wade, the major difference between playing corner and playing safety is playing off the ball; he was used to playing man-on-man and on the ball as a corner his entire career. Even though nickel is closer to his normal position, Wade said it has been a transition, having to guard the slot against smaller, quicker receivers. “Nickel actually is a fun position to play,” Wade said. “It’s just like corner, but you can’t back up at all and you have to get hands-on definitely. If you don’t, it’s going to be a long day for you.”However, there have been moments when Wade has shown he is still learning. Playing nickel against Penn State’s redshirt freshman wide receiver KJ Hamler, Wade did what he was not supposed to do: back up. Instead of doing what he was supposed to — get up on Hamler at the line of scrimmage and put his hands on him to force a deflection or a catch and quick tackle — Wade backed up after the receiver did a quick stutter step. This allowed enough space, after getting the reception from Penn State redshirt senior quarterback Trace McSorley, for Hamler to outrun Wade for 93 yards, tying the longest touchdown reception allowed in Ohio State history. Grinch said a successful defense does not give up explosive plays such as the Hamler touchdown or the 93-yard run by TCU junior running back Darius Anderson on Sept. 15. He said it’s going to take the combination of improving scheme, execution and personnel to fix the issue. Even with the mistake during the Penn State game, the coaching staff views Wade as a significant part of the game plan moving forward. For defensive coordinator Greg Schiano, it can be hit or miss when a younger player enters the lineup. In Wade’s case, his recent playing time is because of consistent production on the practice field. “More reps, you either have more chances to make a mistake or more chances to make a play,” Schiano said. “And the guys that are ready, they had more chances to make a play. Shaun did that because he kept making more plays.”With Pryor suspended for the first half of the Indiana game on Saturday after recording a targeting call in the fourth quarter against Penn State, Wade could see increased playing time at safety, even if redshirt sophomore Jahsen Wint gets the start. Grinch said there is nothing settled in the secondary, but he has been pleased with the progress Wade has made, especially at safety. However, Grinch said a decision regarding Wade will need to be made: What position does the redshirt sophomore focus on? “Ultimately, you have to zero in somewhere,” Grinch said. “Otherwise, you stunt the growth of the individual.”Wade doesn’t care where he plays. He said it’s up to the coaches. As long as he is on the field on Saturdays, he will be satisfied. “I just needed to go hard, that was the only thing,” Wade said. “I got the skill set and I know how to do it in my mind. I just have to go hard every time.” read more

first_imgWealthy and don’t want to pay lots of tax? Italy might be the place for you The measure is expected to immediately draw in at least a thousand people. 26 Comments By AFP Short URL 14,035 Views Share48 Tweet Email2 Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi who helped sign a lot of international players for AC MIlan. Image: AP/Press Association Images Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi who helped sign a lot of international players for AC MIlan.center_img Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Image: AP/Press Association Images Wednesday 8 Mar 2017, 9:40 PM ITALY HAS INTRODUCED a flat tax for wealthy foreigners in a bid to compete with similar incentives offered in Britain and Spain, which have successfully attracted a slew of rich footballers and entertainers.The new flat rate tax of €100,000 a year will apply to all worldwide income for foreigners who declare Italy to be their residency for tax purposes.The measure, proposed in Italy’s 2017 budget, is expected to immediately draw in at least a thousand people, according to local media.But those who would want to take advantage of the tax rate would have to have resided abroad for nine of the last 10 years, and have sufficient income to make the 100,000 euro price tag an attractive deal.An additional €25,000 per person would also be added to the tax rate of those who set up Italian residency for close family members.Renewable A person is considered an Italian resident for tax purposes if they are in the country for more than 183 days, or six months.According to Italian tax authorities, the flat tax would be renewable every year for a maximum of 15 years.The new tax plan is a an about-face for Italy.In 2007, the Italian tax office sued countryman Valentino Rossi, a world motorcycling champion, for unpaid taxes, rejecting his excuse that his main residence was in London.Rossi eventually paid €19 million in 2008 to settle his tax bill.- © AFP 2017Read: ‘Fearless girl’ stares down the iconic Wall Street bull >Read: Victims of Clondalkin fire named as death toll reaches four > Mar 8th 2017, 9:40 PM http://jrnl.ie/3277972 last_img read more

first_img EVERY WEEKDAY EVENING, TheJournal.ie brings you the five biggest stories of the day.1. #AIB: The State has sold approximately 28.75% of its shares in AIB for €3.4 billion, Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure Paschal Donohoe confirmed this afternoon.2. #PORTLAND ROW: A taxi passenger was killed and a driver injured following an early morning collision in Dublin city.3. #LONDON: The Grenfell Tower fire was started by a faulty fridge-freezer before it spread to the building’s combustible cladding.4. #GARY HAGGARTY: A former commander with the Loyalist Ulster Volunteer Force has pleaded guilty to 200 serious offences, including five murders.5. #LINCOLN: Johnny Depp has sparked controversy with a joke about assassinating US President Donald Trump, despite saying he wasn’t “insinuating anything”.The comments have been closed as one of the stories relates to an ongoing case. By Gráinne Ní Aodha Ireland’s Pride festival begins tomorrow. Image: Shutterstock/Dolly MJ Ireland’s Pride festival begins tomorrow. Friday 23 Jun 2017, 4:59 PM Image: Shutterstock/Dolly MJ Jun 23rd 2017, 4:59 PM Short URLcenter_img http://jrnl.ie/3460710 Share2 Tweet Email1 7,464 Views No Comments The 5 at 5: Friday Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock… Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – A group of Miami-Dade Police officers are traveling to Washington D.C. to protect Donald Trump during the upcoming presidential inauguration.In the early hours of Wednesday morning, the department was seen packing their gear and boarding a bus, headed to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.A total of 40 officers will be traveling to the nation’s capital for the historic event.Friday, the department will be securing specific areas. Officials said they have been training for at least a year.“It’s all year long,” said MDP officer Ricardo Lewis Alvarez. “We have quarterly training. Basically, we work hand in hand with our special operations unit that gives us the training to do building searches, rapid deployment, dignitary protection details that we do as well. A lot of times dignitaries that come into town, we provide security for them when they’re here.”The Miami-Dade Police Department has participated in the security detail of the last three presidential inaugurations.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

first_imgPALM BEACH, Fla. (WSVN) — Video has been released of the moment when a Ferrari drove into the Palm Beach Inlet.Officials released surveillance video on Friday that showed the Ferrari plunging into the Palm Beach Inlet.The driver of the Ferrari had to be rescued after the incident, Wednesday.A passing boater helped the driver out and took him to shore. He was uninjured.However, the vehicle sank 30 feet below the surface. Divers attached inflatable lift bags to the car, raising it to the surface.The Ferrari was towed to a boat ramp and brought to shore.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

first_imgHidden not far from downtown Austin, Texas, a research lab is working to change the way we recycle electronics. And it’s being run by Apple.If you don’t know exactly where it is, you’ll definitely miss it.There are no signs. The parking lot is almost empty. There’s an unremarkable door at the bottom of a set of generic cement stairs. It looks like the back entrance to a rundown mall.But inside is a 9,000-square-foot warehouse where, just a stone’s throw from the front door, you’ll find one of the most interesting robots in the world. Enlarge ImageDaisy is actually a series of five robot arms working in an elaborate dance. James Martin/CNET Meet Daisy. Daisy is 33 feet long, has five arms and can methodically deconstruct any of 15 iPhone models — from 2012’s iPhone 5 to 2018’s iPhone XS — at a rate of 200 per hour. In a coordinated and sometimes violent dance, Daisy removes the screen, battery, screws, sensors, logic board and wireless charging coil, leaving its husk of an aluminum shell.Apple invited me here not just to see Daisy in action, but also the Material Recovery Lab that’s been built up around it. Last year, in time for Earth Day then, Apple announced Daisy for the first time to the world via a press release and video. Now it’s inviting in academics, recyclers and other companies to learn how Daisy works.And, hopefully, use its technology to make e-recycling around the world better.”This is about the big, hairy goal of making all our products from recycled materials,” said Lisa Jackson, Apple’s vice president of environment, policy and social initiatives, in an interview. “It’s going to take a while, but it’ll also take tons of innovation.” Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? Boost Mobile One challenge is Apple’s secretive culture, he said. The company holds so many things close to the vest, from its plans for the next iPhones to the repair manuals to fix them to the technology behind Daisy. That makes it hard for us to determine what’s real and what’s just marketing.What if Apple did the next best thing and let companies come in, see how Daisy works and try to retrofit some of that technology to existing recycling programs?”That would be interesting,” Wiens said.The iPhone afterlifeApple built Daisy to help with what’s known as end-of-life iPhones. It would cost too much to refurbish these devices back to perfect working order, so Daisy guts them instead, stripping out their parts to be recycled into raw copper, aluminum, cobalt and other materials so they can be used anew.All told, of the roughly 9 million iPhones Apple received back from customers last year, 7.8 million were refurbished and sent to new users, while 1.2 million were sent to Daisy. Apple thinks sharing what it’s learned could help others, too. And as it happens, we could use all the help we can get. A United Nations report found that in 2016, the world created 44.7 million metric tons of e-waste, or 2.1 million Statues of Liberty stacked together. And just 20% of that, or 8.9 million metric tons, was recycled.apple-recycling-robot-daisy-8492Daisy can disassemble 15 iPhone models at a rate of 200 per hour. James Martin/CNET When other electronics like laptops, printers and monitors are recycled, they don’t go through a Daisy. They’re put in a shredder or a hammerlike pounder that breaks apart the devices in an effort to expose the elements inside. This process often mixes materials together, making them impure and less valuable. Still, a series of sifters and magnets attempt to collect the recyclable materials before the rest is thrown out.That’s right: Recycling produces trash too.This is where Apple thinks it can help. If recyclers can learn how to more easily take apart technology, they can more efficiently collect the valuable materials. Give a recycler a bunch of copper charging coils, and it’s better than asking it to break apart a phone in search of them.Apple thinks this can be done in part because it’s starting to get there itself. It’s going to take a while, but it’ll also take tons of innovation. Apple VP Lisa Jackson Mentioned Above Apple iPhone XS (64GB, space gray) Tags Comments Preview • iPhone XS is the new $1,000 iPhone X $999 See It $999 Mobile Tech Industry Politics Best Buy Aug 31 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors See All Share your voice How Apple’s Daisy iPhone recycling robot works $999 Sprint 6center_img 2:46 CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Apple iPhone XS reading • Apple is opening up its world of iPhone recycling Apple wants to share its Daisy robot tech for recycling… See it Review • iPhone XS review, updated: A few luxury upgrades over the XR See It More on Apple’s recycling robot Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 Apple understands not everyone has near-infinite money and resources like it does. The iPhone maker notched nearly $20 billion in profit during the holiday season last year, and it has more than $245 billion in cash and investments to draw from. That helps pay for the significant cost behind building  expensive machines like Daisy.apple-recycling-robot-daisy-8633Enlarge ImageApple purchased some of the machines e-cyclers use today. It hopes Daisy’s technology can help to improve them. James Martin/CNET To point other companies in the right direction, Apple’s purchased large shredders and pounding machines you find at most e-recyclers around the world. It’s also set up tables alongside them so that the people who come into its lab can work with Apple to retrofit technology like Daisy’s innovations onto the existing technology most recyclers already have.Apple plans to patent and license Daisy’s technology too.”Technology by definition is all about the new, about things that couldn’t happen before but now it can because of some remarkable innovation,” Apple VP Jackson said.Jackson joined Apple in 2013 after a long career in government, working as the commissioner of environmental protection in New Jersey, the chief of staff to the governor of New Jersey and ultimately, for President Barack Obama, as the first African American to lead the Environmental Protection Agency.Web Summit 2018 In LisbonLisa Jackson heads up Apple’s environmental initiatives. Getty Images At Apple, Jackson has risen to become its top policy person, overseeing social initiatives, governmental affairs and environmental work, like Daisy.During a panel session a couple years ago, she said Apple’s focused its efforts on durability, with the understanding that its products will often have two or three owners before they might get recycled. “We’re committed to a circular economy approach to manufacturing,” she said then, underscoring how the company wants to encourage people not to hold onto devices or toss them in drawers, but to give them back to Apple so they don’t end up wasted or in landfills.”There’s 100-plus elements in an iPhone, and we’re looking at how to move them back through the chain,” she added. “The business opportunity is to come to Apple and say ‘Hey, I have a process for getting cobalt out of batteries,’ or ‘I have a process for getting tungsten.'” Then, Apple will pay for it.Ultimately, Apple said, it wants to create a “closed loop” of recycling. At Apple, that means taking in devices and either refurbishing them to good-as-new and sending them off, or recycling them so the materials can be used again in new devices.So far, it’s begun sending the iPhone batteries Daisy pulls out to a recycler who uses the cobalt to make new batteries for Apple products. The company also uses 100% recycled tin in the solder on the logic boards of 11 products. And don’t forget those 100% recycled aluminum MacBook Air housings.Apple isn’t the only one with a robust environmental program, but it’s on a short list. Not far from Apple, Round Rock-based computer maker Dell, the third biggest PC maker, has been using recycled ocean plastics in its packaging. It’s also been pushing sustainability, waste-free shipping packages and refurbishment.Typically a phone with a cracked screen can be refurbished and sent back into the wild. CNET HP, the second biggest PC maker, said that its paper and packaging no longer come from deforestation, that some of its products are made with recycled plastics and that it offers some of the most easily repairable computers in the industry.Lenovo, the world’s largest computer maker, says it’s been increasing its use of recycled plastics in the devices it sells.And Samsung, the world’s largest phone maker, says it’s recovered 28.3 million metric tons of its products, including TVs and refrigerators, to be refurbished or e-cycled. It’s also pledged to create a “closed loop” recycling program, similar to Apple’s efforts.But experts say all the tech giants have a ways to go before they undo the waste their customers put into the world.”The companies are experts at creating products, but not experts at reverse logistics, bringing their products back to the smelters of the world,” said Mathy Stanislaus, a fellow at the World Resources Institute.Daisy is actually Apple’s second-gen recycling robot. The first was called Liam. Announced in 2016, it was designed to work with the iPhone 6.Apple chose to focus on the iPhone because it’s among the toughest products to recycle and because it sold a bunch of them. Eventually, Jackson said, the lab will work on iPads, Macs and even AirPods too.apple-recycling-robot-daisy-8509Materials pulled from typical e-cycling, seen here, are often left co-mingled and impure. James Martin/CNET Getting thereWhether Apple will attract academics, recyclers and other companies to participate in its new program is an open question.In the meantime, it’s also working to collect more unused or destroyed iPhones to either refurbish or send them to Daisy. The company said US customers can now return iPhones to Best Buy stores too.It’s also expanded its iPhone Upgrade Program, a monthly installment plan people can use to pay for their iPhones. When new devices come out, they can merely turn in their old iPhone and get a new one, restarting the clock with a new installment plan. As you probably guessed, those phones either get refurbished or sent to Daisy.A next step could be for Apple to fully lease phones to us, said Jim Puckett, executive director of the electronics waste watchdog group Basel Action Network. That would help to cut down on waste, as we’d give the phone back to Apple with each new upgrade.”Apple’s the brand to do it, because their demographic cares about the environment,” he said.At the end of my visit to Apple’s facility, I took a moment amid the cacophony of Daisy’s servos and punches pushing screws out of the iPhones to look around at Apple’s otherwise sparse facility.While people may not agree on Apple’s motivations, or its methods, no one disagrees about the problem. It’s no surprise that Apple’s hired into its ranks former Obama-era government workers who are passionate about climate change, its effects on the planet and the role companies like Apple play.The question is whether Liam, Daisy and Apple can truly make a difference. I hope they do.Originally published April 18 at 5 a.m. PT. • Apple is one of the world’s top phone makers, shipping an estimated 218 million iPhones last year alone. Sometime this year it may pass 1.5 billion iPhones since the first one debuted, meaning in a little over a decade, Apple’s shipped enough phones to circle the planet more than 13 times.That’s great for Apple’s bottom line, and helped to turn the Cupertino company from a niche computer maker into one of the world’s most highly valued companies — ever. But it’s not so great for an employee’s conscience.Apple’s mammoth success — and the business of countless other computer and gadget makers — has come at a high cost, counted in untold tons of aluminum, cobalt, copper, glass, gold, lithium, paper, plastic, steel, tantalum, tin, tungsten, zinc and many other raw materials that are smelted, extruded, compressed, etched and polished into the magical device you’re using to read this story.”You have a perfect storm brewing of everyone needs this stuff and the supply is rapidly shrinking,” said Callie Babbitt, an associate professor of sustainability at Rochester Institute of Technology. Some materials could be used up in the next half century, she said, leaving us without key components for the screens on our TVs and tablets, or pieces that help magnets make the alert vibrations on our watches and phones.apple-recycling-robot-daisy-8492Liam, Daisy’s predecessor, was designed for the iPhone 6. James Martin/CNET Another problem comes when we upgrade to new devices, something the tech industry encourages through warranty expirations and payment contracts. Our old ones often go in a drawer as a backup “just in case” phone. Or we may ship them off to an e-recycler that shreds or smashes them to collect the materials as efficiently as possible. Worse, we might just toss our once-loved phone into a landfill.You could see Daisy as Apple’s attempt to right some of these wrongs. But if you squint and look another way, Daisy might look like an expensive and cynical PR ploy by one of the world’s richest companies to whitewash the damage it’s doing to the planet through its massive size.”I call her Daisy the Deathbot,” said Kyle Wiens.Wiens is a tech repair advocate and head of online instruction site iFixit. He’s spent his career doggedly challenging Apple and other tech companies to make their devices easier to repair. He’s also spoken to legislators around the country to encourage “right to repair” laws, forcing companies to allow people access to tools and information to service their devices. And in 2016, he sold $21 million worth of toolkits and parts to help people swap out bad screens, cameras, buttons and batteries on their devices.I asked Wiens what it would take to convince him that Apple is serious about all this green stuff. What would it take for Apple to live up to its feel-good advertising, like when it publishes “environmental status” reports touting how its devices are free of certain chemicals? And when would it be meaningful that Apple’s latest MacBook Air chassis are made of 100% recycled aluminum, including some from iPhones? I call her Daisy the Deathbot. Kyle Wiens, head of iFixit Now playing: Watch this: $999 Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it Apple See It Best Buy Applelast_img read more

first_imgThe late Texas newspaper columnist, author, political commentator, and humorist Molly Ivins once offered this advice: “Be outrageous, ridicule the fraidy-cats, [and] rejoice in all the oddities that freedom can produce.”That pretty much describes what Ivins did. Her outrageousness, her tendency to ridicule, and her penchant for rejoicing at oddities were all developed here in Houston. She was raised in the Bayou City and started her career here before gaining national acclaim.A new documentary about her highlights her unique personality and her work. It’s called Raise Hell: The Life & Times Of Molly Ivins.Robert Bedell/Courtesy Magnolia PicturesThe late Texas columnist Molly Ivins.Houstonian Carlisle Vandervoort is one of the film’s producers. In the audio above, she tells Houston Matters host Craig Cohen Ivins was “Twitter-ready before Twitter” and that her work spawned many others who mocked the world of politics. She did it first.“I mean, if you put together Jon Stewart, and Stephen Colbert, and Samantha Bee, and Rachel Maddow, and Chris Hayes — that’s how many people? Five people? There was one person doing what all five of those people are doing, and that was Molly Ivins,” Vandervoort said. “It was important to us to get out there and bring the wit and wisdom of Molly to the new audiences that don’t know her.”There will be a Texas-exclusive opening of the documentary on Aug. 30. It will be released nationwide in September. Share X 00:00 /08:36 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code:center_img Molly Ivins Collection/Courtesy Magnolia PicturesColumnist Molly Ivins at The New York Times. Listenlast_img read more

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first_imgRelated posts:5 questions for French-Swiss artist Julian Charrière 5 questions for a couple of clowns in Costa Rica 5 questions for a U.S. painter and writer in Costa Rica 5 questions for a Honduran artist The circus is not very developed in Costa Rica, so what do you think about this festival and its impact?I think it’s really extraordinary, actually. Oftentimes people who are really inspired but come from marginalized communities where there is not a lot of support, do amazing things. The thing happening with FIDA is so awesome, so tremendous, because they have managed to pull in so much support from local sponsors and through the relationships with the community. I’m excited to be here with these people and to be part of this team. Facebook Comments Costa Rica is not a “circus country,” persay, but circus arts have caught the attention of more and more Costa Rican artists in recent years. One example: this month marked the second edition of the country’s new International Aerial Dance Festival (FIDACR).Several artists came from all over the world to offer workshops and shows in different disciplines. One of them was Terry Crane, a U.S. aerialist who has practiced several disciplines but whose main specialty is the rope, which he’s been practicing for over 17 years. Crane brought to the festival a very special workshop: the infinite rope. This was an apparatus he created approximately five years ago but had been envisioning for years.The apparatus consists of a circle of rope hung on two poles. One of it main particularities is that it must be used by groups, unlike other kinds of aerial apparatus that allow the artist to perform solo.Crane is the founder and director of the contemporary circus company Acrobatic Conundrum. He studied at the International Arts Academy of Beijing, the National Circus School of Montreal, and the University of Oberlin.The Tico Times attended one of the activities of the FIDACR and talked to the artist about his creation, the impact it may have had, and his thoughts about the festival. Excerpts follow.How did you come up with the idea of the “infinite rope”?A long time ago I was in circus school and really wanted to create an apparatus where I could just be falling, because that’s my favorite part: doing the drops. And make somebody else do the work, you know, so somebody else is pulling and I’m dropping. Five years ago, I was working with some other people with this circus company that we created, and I told them this idea and they were really supportive. It was difficult to find a rigging company that would make it, but someone did make it and I’ve been using it ever since.My original idea of constantly falling has evolved a little over time, and there’s a little bit of technique that we have added to it, but, it’s an amazing apparatus because there are so many things you can do with it. It’s really versatile.There are other people who have done similar things, although this is the first time I’ve seen the end [of the rope] attached, so it makes a circle. It’s the only one in the world, as far as I know.What has it been like to create this whole new technique?It was a lot of trial and error, and it had always been with a group: you need at least three to pull on one side and one person on the other, so each person is holding one-third of that person’s weight. What I found really interesting about this apparatus is that it forces you to work as a team because there is nothing that holds you in the air besides the people… They have to listen to each other. They can’t just go at their own speed. They have to follow the speed of this other person, and they can actually feel it through the rope.What has been the response of other artists and the audience?I think that… other professionals are really interested in it, because they understand the technique. It took us a while to really teach the audience what was going on, too. Now we have been able to perform in such a way where they really understand the kind of risks involved and this dependence we have on each other. But I think people have always found it really interesting: we love to see things spin, we love visual games, things we don’t understand.Sometimes it makes them laugh, you know. It’s fun to see people take risks and succeed, and also fun when someone is climbing on one side and not getting anywhere.What would you say your impact (through your art, your company, and the infinite rope) has been on artists and aerial disciplines?I’m not so bold as to say that I’ve had an influence… In my style of aerial, if something is technical or beautiful, it’s not enough. I need something with content or a character… So in my acts I try to present myself as really human. I come out a little bit nervous, and then I dance and I’m pretty graceful in the air, but also kind of funny and eccentric.So if I’ve had an influence, I hope that it’s that people should really do work as an extension of themselves. I think of circus as not necessarily political, but as humanist. The work that we do is about cooperation. You get to see a group working together and you also get to see individuals taking risks and being courageous. Circus for me is about those two things. 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