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Thursday, 05 July


John Lanchester: Ten Years after the Crash "IndyWatch Feed Allworld"

Thats where we are with markets: non-change change, in the form of bonus regulation and ring-fencing; no change or change for the worse in the case of complexity and shadow banking and too big to fail; and no overall reduction in the level of risk present in the system. We are back with the issue of impunity. For the people inside the system that caused a decade of misery, no change. For everyone else, a decade of misery, magnified by austerity policies. Note that austerity policies were not recommended by mainstream macroeconomists, who predicted that they would lead to flat or shrinking GDP, as indeed they did. Instead politicians took the crisis as a political inflection point a phrase used to me in private by a Tory in 2009, before the public realised what was about to hit them and seized the opportunity to contract government spending and shrink the state.

Thomas Jones: The President is Missing "IndyWatch Feed Allworld"

Duncans narrative voice, describing a crucial episode in his presidency barely a month after the event, isnt his private, inner voice; its a public, self-justifying voice, which is perhaps all we can expect from a novel written by a former US president and his collaborators, but anyone hoping for a flash of insight, however brief, into what its like to be both an ordinary, fallible human being and the most powerful person on earth is going to be sorely disappointed.

Sarah Perry: Victorian Hospitalism "IndyWatch Feed Allworld"

Even the worst corner of the worst slum couldnt compete with hospital wards and dissection rooms for filth. Sparrows squabbled over morsels of lung; a rat gnawed at a vertebra. Surgeons took pride in aprons so dirty they could have stood up on their own; one stored his instruments up his sleeve between surgeries to keep them warm. This was the Grand Guignol stage on which Joseph Lister took his place.

Letters "IndyWatch Feed Allworld"

The letters page from London Review of Books Vol. 40 No. 13 (5 July 2018)

Table of contents "IndyWatch Feed Allworld"

Table of contents from London Review of Books Vol. 40 No. 13 (5 July 2018)


White Island crater lake growing, hydrothermal surface activity possible, New Zealand "IndyWatch Feed Wire"

The Crater Lake at White Island volcano in New Zealand continues to grow, which may cause hydrothermal surface activity, GeoNet Duty Volcanologist Brad Scott said Volcanic Alert Bulletin for White Island released July 4, 2018. The Volcanic Alert Level remains at 1....... Read more


Unique, lava-fueled thunderstorm produces 1 200 lightning strikes, Kilauea "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

A lava-fueled thunderstorm over active lava fields in the lower East Rift Zone of Kilauea volcano in Hawaii produced about 1 200 lightning strikes within just 7 hours on July 2, 2018, NWS said. According to West Hawaii Today, spokeswoman for Mayor Harry Kim said...... Read more

Record-breaking rain hits Lahore, leaving most of it under water and without power, Pakistan "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Heavy monsoon rains, described as the worst in decades, left at least 9 people dead and 10 injured in the Pakistani city of Lahore (population 6.3 million) on Tuesday, July 3, 2018. The city received record-breaking rain that left much of it under water and without...... Read more


sample resumes for high school students with no work experience "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

sample resumes for high school students with no work experience


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sample resume cover letters for administrative assistant


How to add push notifications to a web app with Firebase + "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

As web applications evolve, it is increasingly common to come across functionality that youd normally associate with a native app in a web app. Many sites send notifications to their users through the browser for various events that occur within the web app.

Today, Ill show you the steps required, in detail, to achieve such functionality in your web app using Firebase.

Notifications with Firebase

Firebase is a platform that offers various services for mobile and web applications and helps developers build apps quickly with a lot of features.

To send the notifications, we will use the service called Cloud Messaging, which allows us to send messages to any device using HTTP requests.

Project Setup

First of all, you need to have a Firebase account and youll need to create a new project within it.

For this demo setup, I will use a simple project created with the create-react-app, but you can use the same code anywhere else that uses JavaScript.

In addition to that, we need to add the Firebase library to the project.

npm install firebase --save

So lets get coding!

Now that weve done our setup, we can begin coding the module that will be in charge of notifications.

Lets create a file inside the project directory called push-notification.js.

Inside the file, lets create a function that initializes Firebase and passes the keys of your project.

import firebase from 'firebase';
export const initializeFirebase = () => {
messagingSenderId: "your messagingSenderId"

Well, now that we have the function we need to call it.

Inside the entry point of your project, import the function and call it.

import React from 'react';
import ReactDOM from 'react-dom';
import App from './App';
import { initializeFirebase } from './push-notification';
ReactDOM.render(, document.getElementById('root'));
You can find the keys to your project inside the Firebase Console.
Getting the keys

Service Workers

A service worker is a scrip...


Ein Stadion voller Kunst: Sneak Preview Millerntor Gallery 8 "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Morgen ffnet die Millerntor Gallery ihre Tren fr die ffentlichkeit. Wir haben vorab schon mal einen Blick ins das Stadion und auf die Kunstwerke geworfen. Nur noch einen Tag, dann erffnet die achte Millerntor Gallery in Hamburg. Die letzen zwei Wochen wurde im Millerntor Stadion gemalt, gebaut und produziert. ber 100 internationale Knstler verwandeln das Fuballstadion des FC St. Pauli in eine der grten Kunstausstellungen der Stadt, um mit Kunst Geld fr sauberes Trinkwasser zu sammeln. Wir haben vorab einen Blick hinter die noch geschlossenen Tren der Millerntor Gallery geworfen, die in einem Tage offiziell erffnet. Um nicht zu viel vorwegzunehmen, gibt es immer nur einen kleinen Ausschnitt der Werke. Die kompletten Kunstwerke und Arbeiten aller Knstler gibt es nicht online, sondern ab Donnertag live und nur vor Ort in der Millerntor Gallery zu sehen. Wir verraten nur so viel: Es lohnt sich! Das sind die Knstler und Knstlerinnen der Millerntor Gallery 8 Abie Franklin / Akki / Alex Lebus  / Andreas Klammt / angry_koala x hkdns / Anjila Manandhar / Anzuphilonka / Ariane Gramelspacher  / Art Meets Education / Ashenafe Mestika / Barbara Dombrowski / BoB / Bobbie Serrano / Bona / Boogie SML / Britta und Florennen Gttingen / Brozilla / Caro Pepe / Carsten Wagner / Cathrin Hoffmann / ...

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Russia Destroys Extraterrestrial Drones "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

On Monday, the Russian military scored a decisive victory over marauding extraterrestrials, said Russian Federal Service Bureau officer Isan Ivanov. His account expands on an official statement issued by the Ministry of Defense, which claims that Russian air defense batteries shot down a group of unmanned drones of unknown origin near Khmeimim Air Base in Syria.

Ivanov said the alien craft employed cloaking technology to penetrate Russian-controlled airspace but were detected by Russias next-generation Air Defense Identification Grid (ADIG) five kilometers from the airfield. Although he would not comment on technology used to defeat the cloak, Ivanov claims at least three aircraft, each approximately thirty-five feet long, were destroyed.

He admits Russias first attempt to destroy the drones failed. Upon detecting the intruders, the airbase commander used a combination of conventional weapons23mm anti-aircraft shells and several short-range ground-to-air missiles. But the extraterrestrials possessed an energy screen that absorbed or repelled kinetic-based weapons. At that point, vehicle-mounted, high-energy lasersa technology Russia has been developing to defeat extraterrestrial threatsengaged and destroyed the invaders.

Ivanov said this is not the first time extraterrestrials have overflown the airbase; in January, a two kilometer wide mothership appeared in the sky above Khmeimim, and in may a pair of smaller vessels travelling at over 7,000 mph flew over the airfield. In those instances, the intruding aircraft disappeared before they could be engaged.

There is a reason, Ivanov said, Khmeimim is such a hotbed of UFO activity: the airbase is a secret staging ground for Vladimir Putins clandestine war against species of malevolent extraterrestrials.

They are constantly probing our defenses. Khmeimim has been a primary base of operations for assaults on alie...


The best move I made in my tech career insights from eight tech ladies. "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Im fascinated by the storythe decisions and circumstances that lead people to the lives theyre living. Ive been navigating my first professional Software Engineering job this past month, and have been thinking about everything that set me up for this opportunity. There were some steps that propelled me forward, and some that pulled me back.

So, I asked some of the tech ladies that I adore to share their insights and perspectives on what they view as the best move they made for their careers in tech.

Wed also love to hear from youpop a comment on this post if theres something that youve experienced or done that drove your career forward!

1. RachelGoing back to school.

I attended one of the first US coding bootcamps back in 2015, and the natural next step was to get out there and get a job. But something made me hesitate. I wanted engineering to be my careerI was crazy passionate about programming, but there were huge gaps in my knowledge of Computer Science. I wanted to figure out how computers worked, how to apply design principles, how compilers functioned, how to choose the right data structures and optimise algorithms.

So I applied to CS Masters programmes, and got my top choice, in London. In hindsight, this was the smartest decision I could have madedespite my initial worries about the mountains of debt, and turning down other job offers. The Masters was designed to teach as much of a CS undergrad degree as possible in 1 yearso it was an intense crash course on the fundamentals, exactly what I wanted.

Some highlights were getting to do a great Artificial Intelligence module as my optional subject, and working with Microsoft for my final research projectI built a genetics-based augmented reality app for their HoloLens device. The doors that opened after I graduated were incredible, compared to the position I had been in a year prior.

Rachel (@secretlifeofcode) is a Software Engineer, now based in Dublin. She recently graduated with a Masters in Computer Science from UCL. Shes a former GSoC-er (Google Summer of Code), and former Community Lead for She++ London.

2. Meraldeciding to go all in as a tech entrepreneur.

The best move Ive made so far is when I decided I wanted to be a tech entrepreneur. As a junior at UCLA, I started reaching out to founders/CEOs of tech startups in the LA area, offerin...


A Disturbing Thought About the Survival of Our Species "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

The following video is brought to you courtesy of the Canadian Prepper YouTube Channel. Click the video below to watch it now.

Its taken 200, 000 years of human error to give us the world we live in today, 200,000 years of domesticated physiology means that TRUE wilderness survival is a pipedream.

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Israel Tax Authority Convinces Local Exchange to Report Big Traders "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Israel Tax Authority Convinces Local Exchange to Report Big Traders

Tax agencies around the world keep applying pressure on bitcoin and crypto companies to make their operations transparent to them. The latest example comes from Israel, where a local exchange with over 50,000 clients has been convinced to report its bigger traders to the national tax authority.

Also Read: Decentral Launches Its New Crypto Wallet Jaxx Liberty in Beta

Bits of Gold to Report to Tax Authority

Israel Tax Authority Convinces Local Exchange to Report Big TradersTel Aviv based cryptocurrency exchange Bits of Gold has agreed to report on its heavy users to the Israel Tax Authority, according to media reports from the country. The company will pass on information to the tax authority on anyone who traders a total of $50,000 or more ove...


Coinbase Custody Partner Paid $80,000 Fine for Putting Customer Assets at Risk "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Cryptocurrency exchange and brokerage giant Coinbase announced this week, to much fanfare, that it had onboarded 10 customers for its new institutional-grade custody service. However, it seems that the firms partner in the venture, Electronic Transaction Clearing (ETC), has a less-than-stellar reputation when it comes to safeguarding customer funds. Though Coinbase is in the process Continued

The post Coinbase Custody Partner Paid $80,000 Fine for Putting Customer Assets at Risk appeared first on CCN


Killing power of cartridges "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Killing power of cartridges listed by killing power.

Rifle Cartridge Killing Power Comparison

Here is why I do not do invest or buy or own intermediate cartridges. Common calibers have their place, all these new ones are titillating because they are different not because they are better or fill a gap that does not exist. Unless a carbine gives a vast improvement over a 4 to 6 inch revolver your better off to carry a...

Killing power of cartridges


Facebook Algorithm Flags The Declaration Of Independence As Hate Speech "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Over the last couple of years major social media, news and video platforms have been actively engaged in the censorship of what they believe to be fake news and information. Often spearheaded by third-party review organizations known to have biased views, there have been countless examples of unpopular speech and commentary that has seen its distribution suppressed or outright banned.

While there is most certainly a human element involved in the review and flagging of information, mega Silicon Valley conglomerates have also implemented automated systems to identify potentially hateful and repulsive content.

To give you an idea of the kind of automation in play and what words and ideas are being identified as running contrary to the principles of media aggregators and distributors, consider that Facebook recently banned Americas founding document from being posted.

Since June 24, the Liberty County Vindicator of Liberty County, Texas, has been sharing daily excerpts from the declaration in the run up to July Fourth. The idea was to encourage historical literacy among the Vindicators readers.

The first nine such posts of the project went up without incident.

But part 10, writesVindicator managing editor Casey Stinnett, did not appear. Instead, The Vindicator received a notice from Facebook saying that the post goes against our standards on hate speech.'

The post in question contained paragraphs 27 through 31 of the Declaration of Independence, the grievance section of the document wherein the put-upon colonists detail all the irreconcilable differences they have with King George III.

Stinnett says that he cannot be sure which exact grievance ran afoul of Facebooks policy, but he assumes that its paragraph 31, which excoria...


The Long-Range War (A Learning Experience V) "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Hi, everyone

The Long-Range War is the fifth book in the A Learning Experience series. This time, the book does not really stand alone. Youll probably have had to have read 1-4 to know the characters. (And I will supply copies if requested.) Ive attached a small what has gone before below this post.

As always, comments, suggestions, corrections, etc are warmly welcomed.


PS - a couple of people were asking how to follow me. Just watch my blog ....

The Long-Range War (A Learning Experience V)


Getting and eating green snake - an unbelievable thing of aboriginal people "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Snake is one of animals that we all fear. Green Snake is known for strong venom. But in the jungle, they become a delicious food for aborigines. Thanks to Primitive Skills, they can get and process green snake in a special way.
Green snake lives on tree so it is not difficult to see them taking rest on tree branches in a tropical jungle or down the stream. Follow the two aboriginal men to see them catching snake quickly and hold snakes head to avoid attacking.
After finding for a while,...

Getting and eating green snake - an unbelievable thing of aboriginal people


Interview: Creative Dad Photoshops His Kids Into the Funniest Situations "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Funny Family Photos by John Wilhelm

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For over seven years, photographer and self-taught digital artist John Wilhelm has creatively chronicled his kids' lives. Through his series of funny family photos, he uses digital manipulation to incorporate their everyday lives and childhood antics into fantastical scenes that are too delightfully outrageous to be real. (Otherwise, we'd definitely be fooled!) Wilhelm has seamlessly stitched together his subjects so well that it looks like one cohesive scene.

Wilhelm is always looking for great ideas for his photo manipulations, and its become a family affair over the years. His wife and four kids help him come up with concepts, although he admits that the older they are getting, the harder it is to get them in the studio to pose. But, dont expect for Wilhelm to stop Photoshopping his kids into outrageous gym sessions, feeding frenzies, and skiing competitions anytime soon. Wilhelm and his wife just welcomed their fourth child so well have many more years of these photos to enjoy.

We were elated to speak with Wilhelm about his work, from how he got started to how he honed his skills. Scroll down to read our exclusive interview with him.

Photo Manipulation by John Wilheim...


Fireworks Safety "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Fireworks Safety

FIREWORKS SAFETY Its the 4th of July, and many proud Americans will be celebrating with fireworks. An unlucky (or careless?) few will wind up running afoul of their own pyrotechnics; just ask my old buddy Three-Fingered Fred. Hell tell you. Lets face it, the safest way to enjoy fireworks is to be a spectator at []


Boston Cops Sing Their Own Carpool Karaoke Rendition of God Bless America "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

The following video is brought to you courtesy of the Inside Edition YouTube Channel. Click the video below to watch it now.

Two Boston police officers sang God Bless America in their squad car recently and their rendition went viral. Video of officers Kim Tavares and Stephen McNulty singing the patriotic song was the perfect way to kick off the Independence Day holiday, and it also happens to be the 100th anniversary of the song. The standard was written by Irving Berlin during World War I, but only became popular decades later when singer Kate Smith performed it.


The unforgettable lessons Ive learned from 100 boring conferences "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Photo by Tyler Callahan on Unsplash

Ive been to many conferences over the last twenty years. Mostly the speakers droned on about their topics, which were easily forgotten. Thinking back, only a few big ideas really stuck with me. These are three ideas Ive come back to over and over again in my career.

There is a big difference between designed well and well-designed.

Graphic design legend David Carson gave a tedious presentation at one of the first conferences I ever attended. However, fifteen years later, I still clearly remember a pair of slides from his talk that looked something like this:

(photo credits STML and Bernard Hermant)

There is a chasm between a concept that looks professionally designed versus a design that truly communicates your message.

The sign on the left says, Please dont park here, thanks. The sign on the right says, Try parking here PUNK and Ill rip your head off your shoulders. The second sign says a lot in just a few strokes. Its more effective. Its better designed.

Q: Which No parking sign would you obey?
A: The one tagged by the axe-wielding psychopath.

Take PowerPoint design seriously.

Yeah, you read that right. Over a decade ago, I heard a design executive from Adobe talk about how she got her start. She explained how, during the first few years of her career, she was bored to death designing slides for her bosses. Regardless, she took to the task with an open heart and poured her energy into designing the best damn PowerPoint slides.

In the process, she developed communication skills that served her well later onand more importantly, an attitude that every design challenge is worthy of her effort. Amen.

PS: I wish I could remember her name or at least where I s...


Meadville takes another step closer to fluoridation of water "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection issued a permit Tuesday to the Meadville Area Water Authority to construct and install approved facilities and equipment for fluoridation of the water supplied to customers, according to Melanie Williams, DEP community relations coordinator.

The permit only authorizes MAWA to construct and install the fluoridation equipment.

The construction permit does not authorize MAWA to operate the facilities or to fluoridate finished water, Williams wrote in an email.

After soliciting bids for the project and having the work completed, MAWA would then need to apply for and receive an operations permit before the system could actually used to add fluoride to the water it supplies to customers, according to Thomas Thompson, senior project manager at Gannett Fleming, which serves as consulting engineer to MAWA.

Technically, we cannot feed any chemicals or make any changes to the water until the DEP operations permit is issued, Thompson said.

In issuing the permit, DEP would inspect the fluoridation system to make sure it has been installed properly and meets the safety parameters and other conditions contained construction permit, according to Thompson.

Both Thompson and MAWA Project Manager Bob Harrington said Tuesday it was too early to estimate a timeline for completion of the fluoridation system. The system already has been designed.

The MAWA board will likely address soliciting bids for the project and the construction time frame at its monthly meeting on July 18. Meetings take place at 2 p.m. inside the MAWA office, 18160 Rogers Ferry Road.

Learning of the construction permit approval was exciting, according to Thompson.

Its taken us a while to get here, but it is (exciting), he said.

*Original article online at


Dow and USAID to provide fluoride-free drinking water to Kasarani residents "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Over 6,000 Kasarani residents Nairobi County have a reason to smile after an agency commissions installation of a system that will help remove fluoride in drinking water sources in the area.

The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), in collaboration with the Little Sisters of St. Francis (LSOSF) commissioned the system at the St. Francis Community Hospital and learning institutions.

The program will help more than 6,000 students, parents and community at large get access to clean drinking water.

Research shows that approximately 20 million Kenyans suffer from teeth and bone fluorosis as a result of high levels of fluoride in underground water especially in the Rift Valley region.

Gracing the event, held at the St. Francis Hospital along Kasarani Mwiki road, was the U.S Undersecretary of Commerce Gilbert Kaplan and the U.S Ambassador of Kenya Robert Godec among other guests from the U.S.

Through the collaboration with Dow and Little Sisters, we have managed to address the immediate challenge of the water services and the quality of water within the institution and the wider community. This project allowed us come together to find a way to solve a major challenge that could not be resolved without collaboration, USAID/ KIWASH chief of party Joe Sanders said.

The hospital could not hide its happiness for being one of the beneficiaries of the project.

Our long desired dream has come true. Where partnership exists, the fruits are seen and today, we have access to safe and adequate drinking water because of the partnership initiated by Dow and USAID, Sister Irimina Nungari, Little Sisters of St Francis.

Dow and USAID will offer training to various engineers on site, to ensure the sustainability of the project.

*Original article online at


After Losing Sight and Limbs to Sepsis, Washington Mom Says Life Is Good "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

The following video is brought to you courtesy of the Inside Edition YouTube Channel. Click the video below to watch it now.

Carol Decker was several months into her second pregnancy when she entered the hospital with an infection. Her condition deteriorated, and she developed sepsis, a life-threatening condition that causes heart irregularities, tissue damage and organ failure. Carol nearly died in the hospital, and lost her lower legs, her left hand and her sight. Now, a decade later, Carol is grateful for everything she has, telling, Life is a gift.


Not So Truthful Ads From Yesteryear: A Review of Merchandising Hype "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

Not So Truthful Ads From Yesteryear: A Review of Merchandising Hype

By Catherine J. Frompovich

Truth in advertising! Whats that? Something that apparently was disregarded in the not-too-distant past, which led gullible consumers to believe and to accept the hype about products which today are banned or no longer viewed in the same fashion as before.

Take particular notice of the advertisement directly below which bragged it was the smooth tasting cigarette expectant mothers craved. Holy smokes! Have things change. But we also can remember that Camel cigarettes were the ones most doctors preferred and smoked!


House Looks At Forcing States To Drill Offshore . . . Or Else "IndyWatch Feed Allcommunity"

House Looks At Forcing States To Drill Offshore . . . Or Else

By Brandon TurbevilleNatural Blaze

House Republicans cant claim anything if theyre not earning their keep for massive corporations and other special interests whether it be genetically modified food, the banking and finance industry, pharmaceutical companies, the Israel lobby, and, of course, Big Oil.

In keeping with their history of doing the bidding of large interests, House Republicans have just put forward a proposals to impose fees on states that do not allow offshore drilling in state waters off their coasts. The measure is designed to punish states for opposing the Federal governments plan to expand offshore drilling that began under the Obama administration and is continuing under the Trump administration.

The plan to expand offshore drilling has not only met with resistance from environmental activists, even Democrats and Republicans in offshore states have expressed concern and opposition to the plan after public outcry, a stance that has become more entrenched after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster.


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