BOSTON – A Spanish galleon laden with gold that sank to the bottom of the Caribbean off the coast of Colombia more than 300 years ago was found three years ago with the help of an underwater autonomous vehicle operated by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the agency disclosed for the first time.New details about the discovery of the San Jose were released on Monday with permission from the agencies involved in the search, including the Colombian government.“We’ve been holding this under wraps out of respect for the Colombian government,” said Rob Munier, WHOI’s vice-president for marine facilities and operations.The exact location of the wreck of the San Jose, often called the “holy grail of shipwrecks,” was long considered one of history’s enduring maritime mysteries.The 62-gun, three-masted galleon, went down on June 8, 1708, with 600 people on board as well as a treasure of gold, silver and emeralds during a battle with British ships in the War of Spanish Succession. The treasure is worth as much as $17 billion by modern standards.The Massachusetts-based WHOI was invited to join the search because of its recognized expertise in deep water exploration. The institute’s autonomous underwater vehicle, REMUS 6000, helped find the wreckage of Air France 447 in 2011, which crashed in 2009 several hundred miles off the coast of Brazil.It was REMUS 6000 that in November 2015 took some side sonar images that found the San Jose in more than 2,000 feet (600 metres) of water.The vehicle descended to 30 feet (9 metres) above the wreck to take several photographs, including some of the distinctive dolphin engravings on the San Jose’s cannons, a key piece of visual evidence.“The wreck was partially sediment-covered, but with the camera images from the lower altitude missions, we were able to see new details in the wreckage and the resolution was good enough to make out the decorative carving on the cannons,” said WHOI engineer and expedition leader Mike Purcell.“It was a pretty strong feeling of gratification to finally find it,” said Munier, who was not at the site but learned in a phone call from Purcell. “It was a great moment.”The treasure has been the subject of legal battles between several nations as well as private companies. Several weeks ago, UNESCO, the United Nations cultural agency, called on Colombia not to commercially exploit the wreck, whose exact location remains a state secret.As for the treasure, that remains on the sea bed — for now.
“The EU (European Union) diet has gradually deteriorated and has become too rich in fats, particularly saturated fats, sugar and cholesterol,” UN Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) economist Josef Schmidhuber told representatives from member countries of the Regional Offices for Europe of the FAO and the UN World Health Organization (WHO).The two-day meeting, taking place at FAO Headquarters in Rome, aims to facilitate dialogue between agriculture and public health sectors and identify policy options such as supporting primary production, fiscal policies and marketing guidelines to help improve people’s diets and combat obesity and related diseases. “It is a sad fact that overweight and obesity affect the poorest parts of society most, and also have long-term consequences for one of its most vulnerable groups – children,” Marc Danzon, WHO Regional Director for Europe, said. “Everyone must have access to healthy food, and government policies must support both availability and access in Europe.”One positive sign is that in 2002 people in the EU were eating more fruit and vegetables, Mr. Schmidhuber said. People in Mediterranean countries generally ate healthier diets than elsewhere in Europe but there were clear signs of deterioration in the Mediterranean diet too, he added. The prevalence of obesity has risen threefold in many European countries since the 1980s, and the numbers of those affected, particularly children, are continuing to increase at an alarming rate. Obesity is already responsible for 2 to 8 per cent of health care costs and 10 to 13 per cent of deaths in different parts of Europe – more than any other region.FAO nutritionist Guy Nantel told delegates obesity was not limited to rich, developed countries but was rapidly becoming a problem in developing nations too. This placed them under a “double burden” of under-nourishment co-existing with over-nutrition and obesity. Adoption of Western diets and increasingly sedentary lives were sending obesity rates climbing fast in developing countries, with women most affected, he said.FAO estimates that there were 852 million undernourished people worldwide in 2000-2002 while at the same time WHO said there were 300 million obese adults and 115 million suffering from obesity-related conditions in the developing world. Nantel cited the example of China where 23 per cent of adults were now overweight or obese, and diet-related chronic diseases had become the leading cause of death.Part of a solution to the problem would be for people to eat more fruit and vegetables, Eric Kueneman, Chief of the FAO service dealing with crop production, said. “FAO is actively promoting fruit and vegetable production for both health and for income-generation for producers,” he noted.
HONG KONG — Canadian judoka Jacob Valois won gold in the 66-kilogram class at the Asian Open on Saturday while fellow countryman Hakim Chala took bronze medal in the 60-kg event.Valois, from Boucherville, Que., claimed the victory in the finale with an ippon against South Korean Han Jaegwang.“It’s my first gold medal during an international senior competition, and my first one in Asia,” he said. “It gives me international points, but it mostly shows I’m ready to step up to the next level, and participate in more Grand Prix and Grand Slams. I’ll stay in this category for at least five years, so I’m off to a very, very good start.”Valois defeated Polish Patryk Wawrzyczek by waza-ari in the semifinal after winning both his preliminary-round bouts against Huang Sheng-Ting from Taipei and Australian Nathan Katz by ippon.Chala defeated Soukphazay Sithisane of Laos in the bronze-medal match.The Canadian Press
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The finalists of the Men’s EHF EURO 2016 in Poland, Germany and Spain, celebrated together “100 years of handball in Germany” with two friendly matches in Magdeburg and Berlin. In the first match, Spain won 26:24, while in the second, Germans made revenge 28:26.Here is statistics… Germany – Spain 24 : 26 (10:12) Germany: Heinevetter, Wolff, Kühn 5, Gensheimer 4/3, Fäth 3, Häfner 2, Kohlbacher 2, Pekeler 2, Weber 2, Drux 1, Kneule 1, Kunkel 1, Weinhold 1, Groetzki, Hornke, Lemke, Wiede Spain: Corrales, Hernández, Perez De Vargas Balaguer 5/1, A. Dujshebaev 5/1, Entrerríos 3, Figueras 3, D. Dujshebaev 2, Gurbindo 2, Fernández 1, Gomez 1/1, Goni 1, Guardiola 1, Rivera Folch 1, Ruiz 1, García, Morros, Pineiro Germany – Spain 28-26 (16-9)Germany: Gensheimer (8), Lemke, Kunkel (2), Wiede (2), Heinevetter, Pekeler (5), Weinhold, Kneule (1), Weber (3), Fäth (1), Groetzki (1), Häfner (2), Hornke, Wolff, Kühn, Kohlbacher (2), Drux (1)Spain: Álvaro Ruiz (1), Eduardo Gurbindo (2), Ángel Fernández, Valero Rivera (4), Raúl Entrerríos, Alex Dujshebaev (4), Viran Morros, Aleix Gómez, Gedeón Guardiola, Iosu Goñi (3), Arnau García (2), Gonzalo Pérez de Vargas, Rodrigo Corrales, David Balaguer (6), Adriá Figueras (1), Diego Piñeiro, Dani Dujshebaev (1), Sergey HernándezAlso, German female team had rival in EHF week. German girls beat Netherlands (without complete roster) 23:18 and 36:26. ← Previous Story Tunisia win “4 nations” tournament Next Story → GIVE UP FROM 2022: Germany wants EHF EURO 2024
MORE LIKE PLAY-MANSIONS than playhouses, a retired architect from Texas has decided to put his skills to use and build fairytale-like homes for his friends’ children.James Curvan’s works of art come complete with a front decks, backs decks, glass windows, window seats, a sky bridge, dog kennels and stained glass windows.Warning, these images will really make you want to be young again:
Stay on target Top Movie and TV Trailers You Might Have Missed This WeekWatch These Movies Before ‘Hustlers’ Imagine being sent on a perilous journey into deep space…with no escape. This terrifying scenario is real for the characters in High Life, a new sci-fi thriller that’s a chilling, sensual take on humans leaving Earth.On Wednesday, A24 posted the first High Life trailer on YouTube. The movie follows Monte and his baby daughter, who are the last survivors of a failed spaceship that’s headed for a black hole. The film, which stars Robert Pattinson, André Benjamin, and Juliette Binoche, will hit theaters on April 12.The trailer’s soundtrack is hard not to miss: It’s an eerie mix of a clock ticking, someone saying “da da,” and a baby crying. On the ship, Monte (Pattinson) and his baby daughter are initially joined by death-row inmates and a sinister doctor (Binoche), who treats everyone like a human experiment.“We’re scum. Trash. Refuse that didn’t fit into the system,” Pattinson says in the trailer. “Until someone had the bright idea of recycling us to serve science.”There’s a creepy plot twist though: The bonkers scientist and remaining crew go missing on the ship. Before Monte and his baby girl are left alone, there are clips unfolding the disaster: Sensual talk, a high-tech lab, and scribbles on a wall all lead up to this horrific discovery. No other clues are provided.Will Monte and his daughter make it? Or will they become victims of deep space? Claire Denis, High Life’s director, takes viewers for a crazy, dark ride that blurs the lines between humanity and science in this creepy flick.More on Geek.com:12 Most Anticipated Horror Films of 2019Peter Parker Lives in First ‘Spider Man: Far From Home’ Trailer‘Uncharted,’ ‘Minecraft’ Movies Get New Directors
Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? Post a comment 0 See All Share your voice Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 Subscribe: iTunes | RSS | Google Play | FeedBurner | SoundCloud |TuneIn | Stitcher Tags TV and Movies Security Mobile Digital Media • CNET On this podcast, we talk about: Apple reportedly planning to unveil its rumored video service and a news subscription service in March. Android apps tracking you for ads even after you try to clear out their trackers.Google spending $13 billion on US data centers.The 3:59 gives you bite-size news and analysis about the top stories of the day, brought to you by the CNET News team in New York and producer Bryan VanGelder. Check out the extended shows on YouTube. Also, don’t forget to rate and review the podcast on iTunes. Apple will finally tell us why it spent $1B on video (The 3:59, Ep. 521) reading • Apple will finally tell us why it spent $1B on video (The 3:59, Ep. 521) Apple Sep 1 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors Your browser does not support the audio element. Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it The Daily Charge Google Apple
Individual news stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprn.Download AudioFerry Workers Considering Strike If Contract Negotiations Don’t Move ForwardMargaret Friedenauer, KHNS – HainesContract talks between the state and Alaska’s ferry workers are heating up as each side disagrees on how to make up the gap between revenues and the cost of operating the ferry system. Workers are now considering whether to authorize a strike if negotiations remain stalled.Texan Confirmed To Gasline BoardLiz Ruskin, APRN – Washington DCThe Alaska Legislature confirmed a controversial appointee to the Alaska Gas Line Development Corporation board of directors on Thursday, but not without debate over whether he has Alaska’s interest at heart.Gov. Parnell Signs Bill Restricting Medicaid Payments For AbortionsAlexandra Gutierrez, APRN – JuneauGovernor Sean Parnell has signed a bill that restricts state Medicaid payments for abortions.State House OKs Refinery Subsidy PlanAlexandra Gutierrez, APRN – JuneauThe Alaska State House has approved a deal to give the state’s refineries – and one fertilizer plant – up to $200 million in subsidies spread over five years.High Mercury Levels Found In Lake Trout From Lake Clark Mike Mason, KDLG – DillinghamA new study shows that lake trout in the Lake Clark National Park and Preserve have mercury levels that exceed the state and national standards for consumption by women and children.Alaska Inuit Circumpolar Conference Searches For Food Security DefinitionAnna Rose MacArthur, KNOM – NomeThe Alaska Inuit Circumpolar Council met in Nome this week to define food security from an Alaska Native perspective.National Weather Service Forecasts Kuskokwim BreakupBen Matheson, KYUK – BethelThe Alaska Pacific River Forecast Center predicts the Kuskowkim will break up at Bethel between May 9th and May 15th. That range is right around the historical average of May 12th. But after a warm winter with little snow, the Forecast Center says this year’s breakup could bring some flooding.Birthday Cupcakes Exempt From Ketchikan Schools’ Nutrition GuidelinesLeila Kheiry, KRBD – KetchikanThe Ketchikan School Board adopted new administrative regulations last week governing student nutrition and physical activity, in order to meet new federal standards. The standards essentially require that only healthy food be served in schools. There are some exceptions built into the rules and the Ketchikan school board added a few more, including the “cupcake clause.”NOMAR Names ‘Alaska Manufacturer Of The Year’Aaron Selbig, KBBI – HomerNOMAR Manufacturing in Homer has been churning out gear for fishermen, hunters, oilmen and outdoor enthusiasts for more than 35 years. The company was recognized for its work a few weeks ago, when it was named “Alaska Manufacturer of the Year” by the “Made In Alaska” organization.
Muzaffarnagar (Uttar Pradesh): Unidentified men freed dreaded gangster Rohit Saandu from police custody in Jansath area of Muzaffarnagar after shooting a Sub-inspector who was accompanying the criminal, police said on Wednesday. Saandu, 26, has 38 criminal cases against him and was lodged in Mirzapur jail. He was brought to Muzaffarnagar for a court hearing on Tuesday. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us While he was being taken back, the police team stopped at an eatery in Jansath for dinner. “As the meal was being served, 3-4 armed men entered the premises and threw red chilli powder on us and opened fire. We also fired on the attackers but they managed to escape with Rohit Saandu. Sub-inspector Durg Vijay Singh sustained a bullet injury,” said Constable Akhilesh Singh, who was present on the spot. Also Read – Dehydrated elephant being given treatment Advertise With Us After the sensational escape, there is possibility of a gang war looming in the region as Saandu is a rival of Sushil Mooch, leader of a notorious western UP gang. According to police sources, Saandu was arrested in November 2015 for the murder of a revenue official, Pramod Sharma in Sikhera police station area and was sent to jail. Later, he was shifted to Mirzapur jail. According to Muzaffarnagar SSP Abhishek Mishra: “A manhunt is on in the area and the neighbouring districts has also been alerted. We will arrest Rohit Saandu soon.”
Hero MotoCorp, the world’s largest two-wheeler maker by volume, on Wednesday showed off a new diesel-electric hybrid scooter concept, dubbed ‘RNT’, along with four other new models, including two motorcycles and two scooters.The company said that all new models, except RNT, will make its way to the showrooms by June 2014.Speaking of hybrid scooter RNT, it draws its power from a four-stroke, 150cc, liquid-cooled, diesel engine which can pump in 13.5bhp at 4000rpm and 3.56kgm of torque at 1600rpm. Though the company is sure that its upcoming hybrid bike will have the potential to change the country’s two-wheeler market, they did not reveal the time frame for the launch of the scooter.Other notable features of the RNT include wide, flat-loading surfaces, multi-use folding side racks, spacious footboards, removable secondary LED headlight and a large, comfortable seat. It comes with an electric drive at front wheel for off-road conditions.”Barring RNT, which is a concept, all four models, including the hybrid scooter, would be launched during the next financial year,” said Pawan Munjal, managing director and chief executive officer, Hero Motocorp as quoted by Business Standard.One of the models is the CBZ Xtreme-based morotcyle Hero Xtreme. The Hero Xterme will make its market debut in April with the same four-stroke, 149.2cc, single-cylinder and air-cooled engine used in CBZ Xtreme. The engine can churn out a power of 15.2bhp at 8500rpm and a torque of 1.30kgm at 6500rpm. It is mated to a five-speed gearbox and will be offered in black, red, silver, black-red and orange colour variants.Next in the list is Hero’s indigenously developed concept hybrid scooter LEAP, which was first shown in 2012. “Leap is going to be the first electric-serial-hybrid scooter from India, with an exceptional range of around 340 km on one single charge and a tank full,” Munjal said. Leap is likely to enter the India market towards the end of 2014.Hero Dash is also set to make its India debut around the same time. Dash draws its power from a new four-stroke, 111cc, forced air-cooled, single-cylinder engine, which can generate 8.45bhp of power at 7500rpm and 0.95kgm of torque at 5750rpm.This will be followed by the launch of Hero HX250R sports bike, based on the company’s lightning bolt design philosophy.”We plan to launch 150cc Xtreme Sports bike in the first quarter, 110cc scooter Dash in the second quarter and Leap and 250cc sports bike in the second half of the next financial year,” Munjal added.All models unveiled will also join the company’s line-up at the upcoming Auto Expo 2014, which is scheduled for next week.
Afghan residents gather outside a mosque after a suicide attack during Friday prayers in Gardez of Paktia province on 3 August, 2018. Photo: AFPBurqa-clad suicide bombers struck a Shia mosque in eastern Afghanistan Friday as it was crowded with worshippers for weekly prayers, killing at least 29 people and wounding more than 80 in the latest attack on the minority.Officials said they feared the death toll could rise after the assault, the latest targeting civilians who have borne the brunt of the violence in Afghanistan’s long conflict.”Two suicide explosions happened during Friday prayers in the Khwaja Hasan area of Gardez,” said Abdullah Hasrat, spokesman for Paktia province near the Pakistan border.He told AFP the toll had risen to 29 killed and 81 wounded, with children among the victims.The bombers wore “women’s clothing”, he said, and shot first at the mosque’s security guards before opening fire on worshippers then detonating their explosives.Provincial police chief General Raz Mohammad Mandozai confirmed the incident, and that the pair were wearing burqas to hide their explosives and weapons.Local resident Sayed Naimatullah said he could hear the blasts from inside his home and rushed to the mosque.”There were body parts, heads, limbs and arms scattered everywhere. The blood of the worshippers had painted the walls of the mosque… There were pieces of glass scattered all over,” the 30-year-old told AFP.There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, but the Taliban have denied involvement.- Uptick in violence -The blasts come as urban areas across Afghanistan have been rocked by an increasing number of attacks in recent months, with both Islamic State (IS) and Taliban insurgents targeting security forces and government installations.The Taliban has not claimed a major attack in a city for weeks as it comes under increased pressure to agree to peace talks with the Afghan government.But IS has carried out multiple attacks in the eastern city of Jalalabad and the capital Kabul in recent months, targeting everything from government ministries to a midwife training centre.Last month an IS suicide bomber blew himself up near Kabul international airport, killing 23 people including AFP driver Mohammad Akhtar.The uptick in violence comes as US and Afghan forces intensify ground and air offensives against IS, and the Taliban step up their turf war with the group.Earlier this week more than 150 IS fighters surrendered in northern Afghanistan — in a move that Afghan security forces and the Taliban hailed as the end of the extremist group in the north of the country.The surrender followed the Afghan army’s decision to take over security in the eastern city of Jalalabad in IS’s main stronghold of Nangarhar province after a spate of attacks, mostly claimed by the group.Afghan civilians have taken the brunt of the gruesome war that began after the 2001 US-led invasion uprooted the Taliban regime.Insurgent attacks and suicide bombs were the leading causes of civilian deaths in the first half of 2018, a recent UN report showed.A total of 1,692 civilians were killed, the highest number for the period since the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan began keeping records in 2009.Another 3,430 people were wounded, the report added.
Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The new economy trumped the old today, as blow-out earnings from Facebook fueled a surge in technology stocks.The tech-weighted Nasdaq Composite index was up 1.37 percent as Facebook’s strong results pulled the entire sector up. The Dow index, on the other hand, sagged after disappointing results from DowDuPont and Microsoft. It fell 0.06 percent on the day. The S&P 500 index was up 0.86 percent and the Entrepreneur Index™ closed the day up 1.48 percent.The market was suitably impressed with Facebook’s monster quarter. The stock was up 10.82 percent — the biggest gain on the Entrepreneur Index™ today. The move added $47 billion to the company’s market value.Despite the cloud of privacy and security scandals that have plagued the company in the last year, Facebook topped both sales and earnings estimates by wide margins. Active users on the social media network increased nine percent and, most importantly, the now more than 7 million advertisers on the company’s platforms, (Facebook and Instagram being the biggest), continued to increase their spending.TWTR Quotes by TradingViewTwitter, which knows of public image problems, was up 4.03 percent. Chipmaker NVIDIA Corp. continued to claw back some of the more than 50 percent plunge it has had since early October. It was up 4.63 percent on top of yesterday’s 4.4 percent gain. Amazon.com, (2.89 percent) and Alphabet Inc. (2.51 percent) were both up smartly, while Netflix, (-0.34 percent) had one of the few losses in the sector.It’s fitting that Franklin Resources should bounce with the market today. The stock was up 1.79 percent. The fund company had the biggest decline on the Entrepreneur Index™ yesterday (-6.7 percent), after it reported dismal fourth quarter results thanks to the volatile stock market.D.R. Horton Inc. and the rest of the homebuilding sector were up after new home sales in the U.S. came in much higher than estimates for November. The stock was up 2.29 percent. The housing market continues to send conflicting signals. Last week, existing home sales fell 6.4 percent, the biggest drop in years. D.R. Horton’s stock is down 22 percent in the last year, but is up 10.6 percent so far this year.Other notable gains included Boston Scientific Corp. (1.95 percent), Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, (2.23 percent) and Bed Bath & Beyond, (2.93 percent).Real state investment trust Kimco Realty Corp. had the biggest decline on the Entrepreneur Index™ today, falling 1.9 percent. The mall operator beat revenue targets in the fourth quarter but had funds-from-operations(analogous to earnings) only in line with estimates.Tesla also failed to impress with its earnings reported after the market close yesterday. The company did earn a profit for the second consecutive quarter and generated nearly $1 billion in free cash flow, but it missed on sales and earnings estimates. CEO Elon Musk also ended the earnings conference call yesterday with the news that CFO Deepak Ahuja was leaving the company — for the second time. Tesla has lost dozens of senior executives in the last year. The stock was down 0.57 percent.Other declines on the Entrepreneur Index™ today included clothing-makers Ralph Lauren Corp. (-0.69 percent) and Under Armour Inc. (-0.86 percent). Chipotle Mexican Grill was also down 0. 63 percent.Amazon.com reported earnings after the market close today. The stock fell sharply last quarter after disappointing results. It is up 14 percent so far this year after falling 34 percent from its peak in early September to Christmas Eve.The Entrepreneur Index™ collects the top 60 publicly traded companies founded and run by entrepreneurs. The entrepreneurial spirit is a valuable asset for any business, and this index recognizes its importance, no matter how much a company has grown. These inspirational businesses can be tracked in real time on Entrepreneur.com. January 31, 2019 Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals 4 min read Register Now »
TeraCopy 3.0 Final is out by Martin Brinkmann on February 24, 2017 in Software – Last Update: February 24, 2017 – 20 commentsTeraCopy 3.0 is the latest version of the popular file transfer utility for Windows designed to speed up and improve the user experience.We reviewed TeraCopy for the first time back in 2007 here on the site, and looked at a development version of TeraCopy 3.0 in mid 2016 as well.The first public build of TeraCopy 3.0 was released by its author in December 2014. What followed were several beta and release candidate versions, before the final release.One of the main changes, which we mentioned in our preview last year already, is that TeraCopy 3.0 does not support Windows XP anymore. The old version is still available for download on the developer site; so that is what XP users may download and use.Windows 10 is officially supported by TeraCopy 3.0, as are ultra HD monitors.TeraCopy 3.0 Final reviewMore than three years have passed since the initial release of the first TeraCopy 3.0 alpha. A long time period, and a lot of changelogs to parse to find out what changed and improved.Here is a short list of the most important features and changes in TeraCopy 3.0:Faster copy process, especially to and from network locations, and with small files.Option to create checksum file list after copy process (MD5, SFV, SHA, SHA256, SHA512)Support for an unlimited number of files.Support for Volume Shadow Copy and elevated Windows service.Option to test files after copy.Option to delete and wipe files.Option to add entire drive to file list.Support for moving files.Support for cloning files.New replace dialog. Displays small thumbnails for image files for better decision making.New replace modeOptions to shutdown or hibernate when the transfer completes.Option to queue transfers for the same physical drive.Support for waiting for network or device recovery.Support for Windows 8 and 10 notifications.Faster logical to physical disk mapping.Numerous bug fixesThis list is far from complete. You can check out the Code Sector blog for a full listing of changes.New Folder with SelectionSome features require a little bit of explaining. The new “new folder with selection” feature that is been integrated in Explorer moves all selected files to a new folder in the same directory. It is a quick way of moving files from a root folder into a subfolder.Wiping data with TeraCopy 3.0When you select Delete now in the TeraCopy interface, you get options to wipe the data. This overwrites the data on disk with random data once to prevent file recovery.Transferring entire drivesYou may add entire drives to TeraCopy’s copying process now using the “add folder” option. The whole drive that you have selected will be scanned. This can take a while depending on size and number of files.Everything else is handled in the same fashion as file or folder transfers afterwards though.Closing WordsThe new version of TeraCopy introduces several new features that are accessible from Explorer or from within the interface directly. Some, like support for Volume Shadow Copy, improve the program significantly. Other features are under the hood changes that improve the program’s performance in several ways.TeraCopy 3.0, all in all, is a major update of the file transfer software that users of the program will certainly — for the most part — like a lot.Now You: Do you use file transfer programs like TeraCopy?Summary12345 Author Rating3 based on 19 votes Software Name TeraCopy 3.0Operating System WindowsSoftware Category AdministrationLanding Page http://codesector.com/teracopy Advertisement
Top Stories “Josh! Steve Keim with the Cardinals, how you doing?”Brief pause. The camera shows the Arizona general manager holding the phone to his ear in the team’s conference room during the draft.“You ready to come out to the desert?”The first call was to the @Raiders.The next one was to @Josh3Rosen. #CardsDraft pic.twitter.com/8Vo77uDoIG— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) April 27, 2018On Thursday night, the Arizona Cardinals released a video of the war room during the draft, giving fans a glimpse of the atmosphere as Keim, team owner Michael Bidwill and staff finalized the trade with the Oakland Raiders that would allow Arizona to draft the UCLA quarterback. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling (Arizona Cardinals Twitter) 3 Comments Share Whatever the case, Keim answered: “Well I know that, that’s why we made that pick.”As he responded, management around the table got up to shake hands and congratulate each other on drafting the Cardinals’ quarterback of the future.Head coach Steve Wilks took the phone.“We’re excited man, we really are,” he said. “You’re going to do some great things for us for a long time.” – / 97 Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Let’s rewind a little.When the Raiders were on the clock at pick No. 10, Bidwill turned to Keim.“Buckle your seatbelt here,” he said.Keim picked up the phone. On the other side was Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie.“Hey Reg.” Pause. “So again, we’ll give you 15, 79 and 152, which is our fifth.”Related LinksCards GM Steve Keim on Josh Rosen injury history, outspokennessCall it robbery: Cardinals hit home run with trade, pick of QB Josh Rosen‘Aggressive’ Arizona Cardinals land franchise quarterback in Josh RosenGM Steve Keim: Cards drafted future QB without mortgaging futureOn Doug & Wolf on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station on Friday, Keim explained that he had been in contact with Raiders’ staff for two weeks.“I’ve gone back and forth with (Raiders head coach) Jon Gruden this week quite a bit and Reggie McKenzie and told them that we’d be interested if a certain scenario played out, and it did, and it made the transition pretty easy,” Keim said.On Thursday, the final discussion was short.A pause as the Raiders considered, then Keim spoke once more.“You’ll do it? OK Reg, appreciate you. Congrats man.”After this, Bidwill made a call to announce the Cardinals would be picking Rosen. He asked how much time was on the clock. Seven minutes.The trade had been finalized in three minutes.Keim called Rosen to tell him he had been drafted.There’s no telling what the quarterback said during the pauses in the phone call – maybe a thank you, maybe telling Keim the team won’t regret it. Maybe Rosen said the previous nine teams will regret not taking him, which he told media later.
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