Doug Emhoff, Vice President Elect Kamala Harris, President-elect Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden on November 7, 2020. JIM LO SCALZO/EPA-EFE/ShutterstockIt looks like we have another inspirational, trendsetting woman on her way to the White House — and we aren’t event talking about Kamala Harris, who also happens to have killer style.Dr. Jill Biden stunned in a midnight blue Oscar de la Renta dress as she joined President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Harris on stage in Wilmington, Delaware, on Saturday, November 7. Just a few hours following the appearance, the $5,690 frock sold out.- Advertisement – The former second lady of the United States wasn’t the only one to bring her style A-game. Harris also made a splash in an all-white pantsuit reportedly created by American fashion designer Wes Gordon for Carolina Herrera. According to CNN, this was a “very deliberate choice of outfit was a gesture of solidarity with the long line of women who have defied expectations in American politics.” After all, this monochrome coloring has long been linked to the suffragette movement and was notably also worn by Hillary Clinton when accepting the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016.Listen on Spotify to Get Tressed With Us to get the details of every hair love affair in Hollywood, from the hits and misses on the red carpet to your favorite celebrities’ street style ‘dos (and don’ts!)- Advertisement – – Advertisement – The 69-year-old educator paired the asymmetrical, floral print dress with pink heels and a black protective face mask. Though the piece was a pricey pick, The Outnet sold the design for a reduced price of $1,707 before selling out.The design house shared a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the number in a tweet on Monday, November 9. “Hope springs eternal. A look at incoming First Lady Dr. Jill Biden’s dress, which features house-signature asymmetric drapery and spirited floral vine embroidery.” In the image, co-creative director Fernando J Garcia and “in-house modiste” Luis are seen prepping the fit on a mannequin.This choice in designer has a long history in the White House. Not only did de la Renta dress first ladies like Jackie Kennedy, Michelle Obama and Laura Bush, but according to Vanity Fair, he was also the designer of choice for Nancy Reagan and Hillary Clinton.- Advertisement –
Proline drew 1-1 away from home in the first leg. (PHOTO/File)CAF Confederations Cup Proline FC vs AS KigaliStarTimes Stadium, LugogoSaturday, 28-09-2019 @4pmLUGOGO – Proline FC will be hoping to continue their decent run on the continent when they take on AS Kigali in the second leg of their first round clash in the CAF Confederations Cup 2019/20.After drawing 1-1 away from home in the first leg, Proline are slight favourites to make it to next phase of qualification.They have so far enjoyed a good debut season on the continent.They eliminated Masters Security in the preliminary round 3-0 on aggregate and after the draw in Rwanda, confidence must be sky high in the camp.After KCCA FC failing to capitalize on home advantage and suffering elimination from the Champions League, Proline must be cautious and avoid suffering similar fate.What they are saying ahead of the gameMatia Lule, Proline FC head coach“We got a good result and an away goal in the first leg but we should not get carried away as everything can change in an instant.“Our task is to ensure we see out the advantage and progress to the next round.“However we expect a tough match but i am confident my team will get the job done in the end.”Mustapha Mujuzi, Proline defender.“We the players are ready for the challenge ahead.“We know it is going to be tough but we are in good condition to overcome the opposition and progress to the next round.“We pray that God is on our side and we achieve the desired target.Proline have been boosted by the return of Hippos duo of Bright Anukani and Ivan Bogeere. The two have been with the U20 that is currently taking part in the 2019 CECAFA U20 championships in Njeru and Gulu.Anukani and Bogeere have so far scored Proline’s four goals in the competition with the former netting in the 1-1 draw against Kigali while the latter bagged a hat trick in the 3-0 win over Masters Security in the previous round.Proline projected Starting XIHassan Matovu (gk), Sakka Mpima, Mustafa Mujuzi, Bernard Muwanga, Yussuf Mukisa, Sam Kintu, Ibrahim Wamanah, Begesa James, Hakim Kiwanuka, Bright Anukani, Ivan Bogere.Comments Tags: AS KigaliBright AnukaniCAF Confederations CupIvan Bogeerematia luleMustafa Mujuziproline fctop
Expedition Unlimited is a collaboration between South African Tourism and the Netherlands’ VSB Fonds and National Committee for International Co-operation and Sustainable Development. A new reality TV show, Expedition Unlimited, is showcasing the South African adventures of five models and five young people with physical disabilities on Llink television in the Netherlands. In the first episode, broadcast on 10 November, five teams, each comprising one model and one disabled person, were assembled. Over the next nine episodes, the teams perform a series of challenges – including a specially developed tandem bicycle route – at scenic locations across South Africa. 14 November 2008 Expedition Unlimited provides viewers with a glimpse of different worlds: South Africa versus the Netherlands, models versus people with disabilities, the African bush, the desert, the sea and mountains. “As such, each episode aims to depict South Africa to Dutch consumers as both exotic and challenging, but also accessible and engaging.” SAinfo reporter “South Africa is a prime example of a country full of contrasts and extremes – the ideal place for challenge and adventure,” says Ilse-Marie Sobering, marketing and communications manager at South African Tourism in the Netherlands. Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material While each stage involves cycling, each episode also includes new and uniquely South African challenges as teams compete for a head start in the next episode – and ultimately for the 20 000 first prize. For more information, visit Expedition Unlimited.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest A minor trough sags through the state today, triggering some clouds as it does. Precipitation is going to be limited from this, but we do still have to allow for a few hit and miss showers south of a line from Cleveland to Greenville with coverage of 60%. NW parts of the state end up with no new precipitation today. Tomorrow will be sunny and dry in all areas.Thursday, rain spreads over most of the state as a cold front comes down from the north, and moisture lifts up from the SW, meeting over OH. We should see anywhere from a few hundredths to .5″ with coverage at 85% of the state. Only far NW areas will have a good shot at missing the moisture there. Significantly colder air comes in on the backside of that system.WE are much colder for Friday and Saturday, with partly sunny skies likely both days. Sunday clouds increase and we can see some afternoon rain or snow showers over areas from I-70 north. Liquid equivalent precipitation totals are small, a tenth or two at best, but that still can keep a more damp feel, even if sloppy wet snowflakes decide to try and mix in. The best threat of wet snow would be in the overnight, as temps drop off.Another surge of cold air takes our temps on another leg down to start next week. We will be well below normal Monday-Wednesday. The map at right are temps vs. normal around midnight Monday night. The purple is an area of temps 30-35 degrees below normal. That is brutal cold. We should see some sunshine off and on for Monday and Tuesday, but lake effect clouds and snow showers are possible over the state on Wednesday, mostly central and north. Mostly sunny skies are back for Thursday.In the extended period, we have a chance of rain showers with moderating temps for Friday the 15th, bringing rains of .25″-.75″ to 80% of Ohio. Then drier, colder air returns for the 16th through 18th. Another strong system finishes out the 11-16 day extended period for Tuesday and Wednesday the 19th and 20th. Rains can be from half to 1.5′ with 100% coverage. So, our drier, potential harvest windows are better nearby than in the extended period.
Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Related Posts The 2012 U.S. presidential election isn’t the nation’s first social media election. This time around, though, the contest is shaping up to be a newsfeeding frenzy.There are lots of ways to participate in the upcoming election online, but social media provides more opportunities than ever. Four years ago, slightly more than 20 percent of U.S. citizens used social networks. That number has snowballed to 50. Since 2008, Facebook membership has increased nearly 10 times, Twitter membership by a factor of five. Barak Obama’s list of friends and followers has ballooned by an order of magnitude. Similarly, Mitt Romney has more than 10 times as many as John McCain did last time around (though still only about a pitiable quarter of the incumbent’s social-network following).How are the candidates taking advantage of all their newfound connections? Not so well.See also: How To Watch The U.S. Presidential Debates OnlineAt first glance, the president appears to be on the ball: He tweets 29 times a day to his challenger’s one. That said, Barry’s tweets are boilerplate newsbites reported in the third person, clearly written by a harried flack. Mittens’, on the other hand, are somewhat personal statements in his own somewhat combative voice. (I know which candidate I’d subscribe to, if I were in a subscribing mood – never mind which one I support.)For more perspective on how social media is shaping Election 2012, check out this fascinating infographic from marketing firm Vertical Measures. The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit ted greenwald Tags:#Social Web#web
BT Retail’s Gavin PattersonBT has announced that Gavin Patterson is to succeed Ian Livingston as CEO of BT Group.Livingston, who has been given a role in government as minister of state for trade and investment, will continue as chief executive of BT until he steps down from his post and from BT’s Board in September. Livinston will join the House of Lords.Patterson has served as chief executive of BT Retail and as a BT Board member since 2008, having joined the company as a senior executive four years prior to that. He will take over as chief executive of BT Group in September.Sir Michael Rake, chairman of BT, said: “Ian has done a tremendous job in transforming BT. His decision to accept a government post demonstrates the sense of public service which many of us know to be characteristic. He leaves behind him a very capable team, one which will take forward the strategy that has served BT well and which lays out the path tofurther success. We have a fitting and experienced successor in Gavin Patterson. He has a detailed knowledge of all parts of our business and a track record of success. He was closely involved in creating our strategy and is the right person to take it forward. BT will make yet further progress under his leadership.”
Tubemogul, a firm that provides an enterprise software platform for digital video advertising, is raising US$82.9 million (€73.5 million) through a public share offering. The firm announced the pricing this week of its public offering of 5.26 million shares of common stock at a public price of US$15.75 per share.“TubeMogul is offering 3,500,000 shares and certain selling stockholders are offering 1,763,246 shares. In addition, TubeMogul granted the underwriters a 30-day option to purchase up to 789,486 additional shares of common stock,” the firm said.
Jason BlackwellUK service providers will benefit from consolidation and multiplay strategies in the coming years, with bundled subscriptions set to grow by 20%, according to new research.The Strategy Analytics report claims that quad-play revenues will triple between 2015 and 2020, while total multi-play market revenues will grow by 34%.By 2020, quad-play is tipped to account for more than 21% of bundled subscriptions in the UK, while double-play subscriptions are expected to peak in 2016 and decline thereafter as customers move to triple- and quad-play bundles.“Multiplay bundled services are rapidly gaining ground in the UK as more players have entered this space through expansion and acquisition,” said Jason Blackwell, director of the Service Provider Strategies service at Strategy Analytics.“BT’s acquisition of EE has positioned the company very well, enabling cross-selling of services and giving BT a strong network with fibre and 4G. Based on its strategies in the Netherlands and New Zealand, Vodafone may need to revisit the opportunities for partnerships in the UK.“Competition in the UK market is already intense, and we expect to see price discounts in the form of long term introductory offers and through multi-service purchase, as operators try to take customers from competitors. However, the successful operators will avoid a race to the bottom, and hold overall pricing by upselling customers to faster broadband speeds, premium TV channels and larger mobile broadband buckets.”