After launching many consumer and business notebooks last week, HP have announced a further addition to

After launching many consumer and business notebooks last week, HP have announced a further addition to their growing notebook family. The HP 4320t Mobile Thin Client is aimed at the user who regularly accesses servers and other remote storage solutions, and therefore requires a thin, light and reliable notebook where onboard storage is not a concern. The highlight of this notebook is the brushed aluminum chassis, which HP claim will improve durability. Meanwhile a 13.3” LED-backlit display featuring a relatively lowly resolution of 1366×768 will probably be adequate for the target user. Performance comes from a 1.8GHz Intel Celeron (presumably P4500) processor on the Intel HM57 Chipset with support for up to 4GB DDR3 RAM. As the primary use of this notebook will be to access remote storage, internal storage is kept to just 2GB or 4GB of solid state memory. An optional DVD drive is available. Connectivity comes in the form of three USB 2.0 ports, a USB/eSATA combo port, VGA, HDMI, ExpressCard/34, media card reader, microphone and headphone ports. Networking is plentiful with wireless 802.11a/b/g/n and wired gigabit Ethernet with an optional integrated 56K modem. The noteboo...

The Dish: The Barn at Blackberry Farm chef Cassidee Dabney inspired by nature

Chef Cassidee Dabney spent much of her childhood moving among the country’s national forests because her father was a wildlife biologist. That’s where she learned to appreciate nature’s bounty at the peak of freshness. Her culinary career also kept her on the move — at worldwide locations of the Four Seasons hotel group, but then she found an idyllic place to settle down. She’s now executive chef at “The Barn at Blackberry Farm” outside Knoxville, Tennesee, where the menu includes produce grown right on the restaurant grounds.   Puree toasted pecans in a food processor until smooth. Note: the pecans should have enough natural oil in them that you probably won’t need any oil, but if needed, add a small amount of oil in the beginning. Season with salt. Thoroughly wash the beets under running water. Remove the stem and root end with a sharp knife. Keep the skin on and dice the beets into 1-inch pieces. Note: don’t worry too much about uniform shape and try not to waste any beet. Drizzle oil over the diced beets and then toss to coat. Place the diced beets in a single layer on your prepared baking sheet and sprinkle with kosher salt. R...

With the growing popularity of craft beers, you’ll find beer served everywhere from barbecues to fancy

With the growing popularity of craft beers, you’ll find beer served everywhere from barbecues to fancy dinner parties. With this in mind, you might want to have some quality beer glasses on hand. This guide sets out all the most important information about beer glasses, plus we’ve listed a few of our favorites. Our number-one pick is a set of Libbey’s Craft Brews Assorted Beer Glasses, a great choice if you want the right glass for all of your favorite beers. Considerations when choosing beer glasses Types of beer glasses You can find beer glasses in a range of shapes, some designed for specific beers and others for general use. Shaker or conical beer glasses have straight but slightly angled sides and are a simple all-round choice for any type of beer. Nonic or English pint glasses are of a similar shape but with a bulge an inch or so from the top. Beer mugs and tankards have a handle on the side making them easy to hold. Again, they’re suited to any type of beer. Pilsner glasses are tall and thin with curved sides, to show off the carbonation and impressive head of pilsner beers. Snifter and tulip glasses have stems like wine glasses but with varying de...

Taiwan FFC. UL20706, UL20798, UL20624 FFC Cable (Flexible Flat cable) on Global Sources

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Serena was out in the garden in the early morning, before her two sisters got up.

Serena was out in the garden in the early morning, before her two sisters got up. It was the best time. Reflected off the estuary water, the light seemed a blond powder, sifted through the summer air onto grass that grew waist-high, its mauve seed heads heavy with dew that soaked her skirt. She dipped to wash her arms in it, even her face—she was fanciful and ecstatic, and she loved long grass. Earth smells and the pungency of privet and balsam were still acute at this hour, unmingled; the shadows were as bold as in a child’s picture book; swifts and house martins tracked across the pale sky overhead, shrilling in thrilled anticipation. Everything was to come! This unknown day! The garden was so much more lovely now, Serena thought, than in the past, when it was scrupulously cared for. A crimson rambler rose, unmoored from its trellis, had flopped fatally forward into the grass, where it bloomed copiously but mostly unseen; flower beds were knotty with convolvulus and bramble; the dense hedge of blackthorn and holly had grown too thick and high for her to see over the top. She was alone, enclosed with everything enchanting, hidden. And yet the house itself was unromantic: a stol...

Amazon Saw 15-Fold Jump In Forecast Accuracy With Deep Learning And Other AI Stats

When Amazon switched from traditional machine learning techniques to deep learning in 2015, it saw a 15-fold increase in the accuracy of its forecasts, a leap that has enabled it to roll-out its one-day Prime delivery guarantee to more and more geographies; Mastercard has used AI to cut in half the number of times a customer has their credit card transaction erroneously declined, while at the same time reducing fraudulent transactions by about 40%; and using predictive analytics to spot cyberattacks and waves of fraudulent activity by organized crime groups helped Mastercard’s customers avoid some $7.5 billion worth of damage from cyberattacks in just the past 10 months [Fortune] The Press Association’s news service RADAR (reporters and data and robots) has written 50,000 individual local news stories in three months with AI technology (NLP) guided by a team of 6 reporters [newsrewired.com] Ancestry used AI to extract obituary details that were hidden in a half-billion digitized newspaper pages dating back to 1690. The company’s 24-person data-science team trained machine-learning algorithms to recognize obituary content in 525 million newspaper pages. It then trained another se...

Owen’s odyssey: The difficult path to an autism diagnosis | Spectrum

This is part 1 of the story of one boy’s long journey to an autism diagnosis and therapy. Part 2 will track Owen’s progress later this year. It’s before sunrise on a Monday morning in late September, and Danyel Couture opens a white bedroom door. Light from the hallway beams onto the small face of her 3-year-old: Owen. Owen’s eyelids flutter open and shut a few times. Couture tiptoes across the plush white carpet toward his bed and switches on a small dinosaur-shaped lamp. “Wakey, wakey,” she whispers. “How’d you sleep?” She kneels down to stroke Owen’s arm and kiss his head. Owen slowly rolls onto his back and kicks off the blanket. The excavator on his pajama shirt matches a yellow stuffed toy at the side of his bed. Couture picks up a small white bear, his near-constant companion. She squeezes ‘Bearsie Wearsie’ and places it next to Owen’s pillow, where it begins to vibrate and play a soft lullaby. “You ready to get up?” she prods. “We have such a big day ahead of us. It’s going to be so awesome.” Today is Owen’s first day of “school” — and it has come earlier for him than for many children. Owen was diagnosed with autism in May. His doctors recommended he start intensive beh...