After nearly three years of secrecy around its launch new CRM Street.co.uk is to unveil its offering to a packed webinar that will include – so far – over 1,000 independent and corporate agents from small to large as well as its tech partners, competitors and even Boomin.“We’ve thrown this meeting open to anyone as we believe that its benefits should be there for everyone to see, whoever they are – we’ve been talking to many of the key industry players too,” says co-founder Heather Staff.Street will offer a new way to communicate with clients and those within the sales progression chain through either its website or soon-to-be launched app, but full details are not going to be released until tomorrow at 3pm.Spectre siblingsStreet is being launched by Heather and her brother Thomson, who are best known in the industry for their other platform, instruction lead generation tool Spectre.Heather tells The Negotiator that although Spectre has been a significant success and will continue as a standalone business, she and her brother saw the improvements that could be made to the way agents interact with their customers and other players within the sales progression game.Their team has now built a new estate agency software ‘from the ground up’ that will enable agents to escape the legacy system problems that many agents encounter. Street will help agents to manage the entire property sales process and help them sell more homes, faster.Estate agents, who until now have had to sign NDAs to see the platform, can now sign up to join the webinar here.Street.co.uk Agent Software spectre November 24, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Secretive Street platform to launch at 4pm today during industry webinar previous nextProptechSecretive Street platform to launch at 4pm today during industry webinarHeather and Thomson Staff will present their new platform to all-comers, who can sign up for free to watch the launch.Nigel Lewis24th November 20200889 Views
CTF 152 Concludes Exercise Falcon Warrior Back to overview,Home naval-today CTF 152 Concludes Exercise Falcon Warrior Authorities View post tag: Navy Combined Task Force (CTF) 152, which operates in the Persian Gulf, successfully completes another Exercise Falcon Warrior.Naval and Coast Guard vessels from Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and the United States along with operational centres from the Gulf Cooperation Council worked together for the second time this year in this major exercise.The major focus of this exercise was to work together in the demanding Gulf environment, sharing knowledge and skills, then to put them into practice by running a series of Visit, Board, Search and Seizure (VBSS) exercises.Expertise was on hand from the United States Coast Guard Advanced Interdiction Team and the Royal Marines currently embarked on HMS Duncan. Each exercise in the series focuses on a specific maritime capability like search and rescue or VBSS.Participation in Falcon Warrior was higher than previous exercises and included a variety of national assets including, Royal Saudi Naval Forces (RSNF) HMS Khalid which is a Royal Saudi Coast Guard vessel, UAE Navy ship Banyas and Tarif, the guided missile destroyer US Ship McFaul, United Kingdom guided missile destroyer HMS Duncan with embarked helicopter, US Navy patrol craft, USS Monsoon and US Coast Guard Cutter Wrangell.[mappress mapid=”16506″]Image: CMF View post tag: Falcon Warrior View post tag: Exercise View post tag: middle east July 17, 2015 Share this article View post tag: CTF-152 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Naval
Ten years ago today, STS9 threw down an epic show at Washington D.C.’s 9:30 Club. The show featured some choice cuts such as an early in the set “Grow” with a tight percussion groove, a breathy “Re-Emergence”, and a melodic “Open E” to end the first set.A sick “Aimlessly” to open the second set locked everybody in, while “Moonsocket” kept the energy piqued at a high level. “Arigato” brought that hip-hop beat to the nation’s capital with “Blu Mood” bringing the second set to rousing close. The “Tokyo” encore was the exclamation point for what was truly a memorable evening in STS9 history.Full audio courtesy of taper Todd (titotito):Setlist: STS9 at 9:30 Club, Washington, DC – 9/22/06Set 1: Intro/Murph, Big Little Scenerio, Grow, Music, Us, F-Word, Gobnugget, ReEmergence, Open ESet 2: Aimlessly, Moonsocket, Kamuy, Pianoir, …And Some Are Angels, Arigato, Blu Mood, Murph Outro, CrowdEncore: Tokyo[Photo via STS9 Facebook, taken in 2008]
As for the group’s second set, the band offered up a number of classics from their more-regular catalog. With the majority of set two structured within a “JaJunk” sandwich, a highlight came during the band’s rendition of David Bowie and John Lennon’s “Fame” (housed within a “Utopian Fir” sandwich), marking the first time the tune had been played since August of last year and a 42-song gap. For the group’s encore, Umphrey’s McGee laid out a stellar rendition of the relatively rare fan-favorite “Front Porch”, marking the tune’s first performance in almost 100 shows (since January of 2017) and fourth performance since 2015.You can listen to the full audio of Saturday night’s performance below, courtesy of Sam Lincoln.Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee | Wings Event Center | Kalamazoo, MI | 2/3/2018Set 1: Nipple Trix > Bridgeless, Half Delayed, Ringo, Rocker, Power of Soul, Puppet String -> Nothing Too FancySet 2: All In Time, Whistle Kids, JaJunk > Puppet String, Utopian Fir > Fame > Utopian Fir, The Triple Wide > JaJunkEncore: Front Porch with Marcus King on guitar and Deshawn Alexander on keyboards completing the 02.02.2018 version On Saturday night, Umphrey’s McGee finished off their two-night run at Kalamazoo, MI’s Wings Event Center. After sharing the road together for three consecutive nights, the Marcus King Band welcomed keyboardist Joel Cummins for an exciting collaboration during their opening set. Later in the evening, Umphrey’s returned the favor by inviting out young guitarist and vocalist Marcus King as well as his band’s keys player, DeShawn “D-Vibes” Alexander, for a Jimi Hendrix cover.While Umphrey’s McGee’s cover of Jimi Hendrix’s “Power Of Soul” with Marcus King and DeShawn Alexander was a standout moment of Saturday night’s show, the evening also sported a number of other highlights. The group opened the show with “Nipple Trix”, a tune that the group hadn’t performed since August of 2017, marking a 45 show gap. In a particularly unusual fashion, following the band’s cover of “Power of Soul” and to close out their first frame, Umphrey’s segued “Puppet String” into the second half of “Nothing Too Fancy”, completing the version which they had started the night prior on February 2nd.“Power Of Soul”
“What kind of immigration reform do we need?” asked Edward Schumacher-Matos of Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) during his introduction to the “Inequality and Social Policy” panel on March 3 in Tsai Auditorium.Schumacher-Matos, director of Harvard’s Inter-Faculty Initiative on Immigration and Integration Policy and Studies, moderated a panel featuring three of the country’s foremost immigration scholars: George Borjas, Robert W. Scrivner Professor of Economics and Social Policy at HKS; Mary Waters, M.E. Zukerman Professor of Sociology at Harvard College; and Douglas Massey, professor of sociology and public affairs at Princeton.Borjas launched the discussion by summing up two crucial questions of immigration reform: How many people do we want and how are we going to choose? “Because many, many more people want to come to the U.S. than we are willing to accept,” he said, “and therefore there will have to be discrimination” in the sense that policy must specify rules.Waters took a long view of immigration, focusing on multigenerational effects such as assimilation.“Assimilation not only has worked in the past,” she said, “but is working now.” She pointed to research on the success of second-generation Americans in learning English, in assimilating and contributing to American culture, and in achieving socioeconomic mobility.Waters also argued that higher immigration rates would help to compensate for the loss of Baby Boomers who are retiring at increasing rates. This wave of retirements, she stated, “sets up a need for replacement workers.”Massey said that if he were the “immigration czar,” he would grant unconditional amnesty to children of immigrants, provided the children had no criminal record.Waters concurred, highlighting the ways the undocumented status of parents leads to inequality of opportunity for their children, even those born in the United States.She also said that having 11 million residents with limited rights “is corrosive for a democracy.” She urged audience members to consider what it means to live in the United States without the protection of labor laws or law enforcement in cases of domestic abuse and other crimes—or health care access, before medical problems escalate to emergency room issues.Massey traced the current climate — which he believes has produced the most severe wave of xenophobia since the 1920s — to the 1965 amendments to U.S. immigration policy. Those amendments, Massey said, led to the “first-ever numerical limits on migration from the Western hemisphere,” resulting in an increase in the number of undocumented immigrants as legal avenues were reduced or eliminated. Illegal immigration, he said, opens a “huge political door” for anti-immigrant reaction.Earlier in the discussion, Schumacher-Matos said, “President Obama has not gone to the mat to push [immigration reform] through.”“Immigration reform is not dead,” Schumacher-Matos said, “but it is almost there.”The discussion was sponsored by the Wiener Center for Social Policy’s Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy.
Every month, Dell EMC offers a monthly series of Data Protection Support Newsletters for Data Domain, NetWorker and Avamar. These valuable resources provide key support updates and release details, the latest in service and support offerings for these products, as well as Knowledge Base references. Each issue features helpful technical support advice, including target codes, troubleshooting advice and how to’s for common technical challenges, and top-trending support solutions.See the 2019 Monthly Series below and download previous issues from the 2018 and 2017 archives.DATA DOMAIN Monthly Support NewslettersJanuary 2019 IssueFebruary 2019 IssueMarch 2019 IssueApril 2019 IssueMay 2019 IssueJune 2019 IssueJuly 2019 IssueAugust 2019 IssueSeptember 2019 Issue October 2019 IssueNETWORKER Monthly Support NewslettersJanuary 2019 IssueFebruary 2019 IssueMarch 2019 IssueApril 2019 IssueMay 2019 IssueJune 2019 IssueJuly 2019 IssueAugust 2019 IssueSeptember 2019 IssueOctober 2019 IssueAVAMAR Monthly Support NewslettersJanuary 2019 IssueFebruary 2019 IssueMarch 2019 IssueApril 2019 IssueMay 2019 IssueJune 2019 IssueJuly 2019 IssueAugust 2019 IssueSeptember 2019 Issue October 2019 IssueHave feedback? We welcome your ideas for future issues of our Data Protection Support Newsletter Series. Please share it with us at km.proactive.communication[email protected]
Oscar nominee Keira Knightley and more will officially open in the mysterious and passionate Thérèse Raquin on October 29. Directed by Evan Cabnet, the show is haunting Roundabout’s Studio 54.To celebrate the Great White Way premiere of Helen Edmundson’s play, which is based on the novel by Émile Zola, Broadway.com resident artist Justin “Squigs” Robertson penned this spooky sketch. There’s Knightley as Therese, Matt Ryan as Laurent, Gabriel Ebert as Camille, Judith Light as Madame Raquin, David Patrick Kelly as Superintendent Michaud, Jeff Still as Monsieur Grivet and Mary Wiseman as Suzanne.Broadway.com wishes the cast a happy opening—we hope you have a boatload of fun at the after-party! Therese Raquin Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 3, 2016 About the Artist: With a desire to celebrate the magic of live theater and those who create it, and with a deep reverence for such touchstones as the work of Al Hirschfeld and the wall at Sardi’s, Squigs is happy and grateful to be among those carrying on the traditions where theater and caricature meet. He was born and raised in Oregon, lived in Los Angeles for quite a long time and now calls New York City his home. Related Shows View Comments
Growing food at home can be a refreshing and rewarding experience. But getting started can feel overwhelming. University of Georgia Cooperative Extension agents are available across the state to help Georgians produce their own food. But the ultimate resource for home vegetable gardeners is Bob Westerfield, the state’s Extension consumer horticulturist. Every year, he reaches thousands of people through news articles, publications and programming. Growing family food“I’ve seen an increase in people wanting to produce their own foods at home,” Westerfield said. “It is economical to produce some foods at home, and some people are concerned about food safety. If they grow it themselves, they have an absolute that what they put in is what they get out.” His overarching message: Create a balance between what you want and what is realistic. “Planning is very important when starting a new garden,” he said. Plan before you plantConsider how much time you have and what you want out of your garden. Then, set some goals and get to work by following Westerfield’s steps to make gardening easier: 1. Select a good location for the garden. A typical family of four can get a wealth of food from a 20×30 garden. Be sure to have a soil test completed by the local county Extension office and follow through with any recommendations. To learn how to submit a soil sample, contact your local Extension agent at 1-800-ASK-UGA1. 2. When planning a new garden, consider adding an extra row and donating the surplus to a local food bank. 3. Learn which varieties to plant, when to plant them and how. Plan planting dates based on recommended temperatures. 4. After planning and planting, watch for moisture. Westerfield recommends installing some type of irrigation system. Vegetables that are tough or bitter signal problems with the watering cycle. 5. Harvest regularly. Tomatoes, beans and okra need to be harvested often to help the plant continue producing. Picking plants while they are immature is best for taste, too. 6. Once vegetables have played out, move on. Either dig up the entire plant or till it into the soil. Leaving plants in the garden invites disease and insect infestations that may last until the next year. Georgia’s climate allows for multiple gardens each year. With proper planning, Georgia gardeners can plant two spring crops and two winter crops. For more information about home vegetable gardening, contact your local county Extension office by calling 1-800-ASK -UGA1.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Long Island was under a flood advisory as thunderstorms threatened to bring torrential downpours to the New York metro area, although LI is expected to duck the worst of the weather.The advisory was issued Monday afternoon as up to three-quarters of an inch of rain an hour is forecast to hit the Island through 2:30 p.m., according to Upton-based National Weather Service meteorologists.“Excessive runoff from this storm will cause flooding of urban areas,” NWS said in the statement, adding that impacted areas will likely include “highways…streets and underpasses as well as other drainage areas and low lying spots.”Driver are warned not to try and pass through heavily flooded areas and instead find another route if they encounter deep water in roadways.The rain may continue into Tuesday and Wednesday but the forecast for the 4th of July on Thursday is partly sunny in the 80s, same as the rest of the holiday weekend.
While she says these advisories may be frustrating to the public, she says it’s important to remember that the contact tracing team’s ability to track the virus is an important part of keeping businesses open. “We never want to hurt a businesses’s reputation, that’s not what it’s about,” she says. “At the end of the day anybody can be carrying this virus, anybody can go into one of these locations. It’s just where we’re able to trace it back to.” Data from the Tioga County Public Health Department says they have seen 21 new confirmed cases since July 3. That’s compared to just 7 in the 19 days leading up to the 4th of July holiday. “It’s not just about you, yourself, what you want to do in your time off and who you want to spend time with. You really need to think about the bigger picture: who you’re going to come into contact with and who those individuals have in their lives,” she says. “As long as we keep complying hopefully we can keep our numbers low here, if not we could potentially look at numbers going up and leading to closures,” she says. Holochak says some of these new cases have led the department to issue advisories for local establishments where someone infected with the virus has visited. She says although continuing to have to put on that mask and practice social distancing may be frustrating, she wants you to remember that local health officials are working to keep their residents safe, not to frustrate anyone. She also stresses that wearing masks and social distancing isn’t just about keeping businesses open, it’s about keeping Tioga County healthy and protecting high risk individuals. “People need to comply, they need to wear their masks when they’re out in public and they need to socially distance,” says Kylie Holochak, Senior Public Health Educator for the Tioga County Health Department. “Over the past week or so we have seen an uptick in new cases in our county, we’ve also seen an increase in the number of individuals who have been put in a mandatory quarantine.” For more information on cases of COVID-19 in Tioga County, click here. “People had backyard gatherings, they saw a lot of friends and family over the long weekend and that definitely did lead to new cases,” she says. She says the department blames the uptick in confirmed cases and mandatory quarantines on two things: travel to and from states on New York State’s travel ban list as well as an increase in large gatherings surrounding the July 4th holiday. She says this is never easy, but the department’s contact tracing team is relatively small and putting out those advisories is the most effective way for them to reach people who may have been exposed to the virus. OWEGO (WBNG) — A recent uptick in COVID-19 cases in Tioga County has public health officials reminding everyone to continue wearing masks and practicing social distancing.