PUBLISHED: 22:47 28 February 2019 Peter Walsh Firefighters have been called to a chemical incident in Fakenham. Photo: Denise Bradley Archant People have been urged to keep their doors and windows closed as firefighters attend a chemical incident in Fakenham. Firefighters were called after 9.15pm to the “incident” on Oxborough Lane in Fakenham.Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service used social media to help alert people to the problems.They tweeted: “We are currently attending a chemical incident on Oxborough lane in Fakenham, please keep doors and windows closed in the area.”More to follow. … [Read more...] about People urged to keep doors shut as fire service attend chemical incident
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BOULDER, Colo. — A mountain lion entered a Boulder home and killed a house cat, police said.The Boulder Police Department tweeted that the mountain lion entered the unoccupied residence, located in the 400 block of Marine Street, through a screen door sometime Thursday night. Last night, a mountain lion entered a home on Marine St through a screen door, No people were injured but a house cat was killed. Please keep ground level doors and windows closed and locked at night and when you are not home. (This is also good advice for bears and burglars.) pic.twitter.com/cGseNpx2LI— Boulder Police Dept. (@boulderpolice) August 10, 2018 When wildlife officers arrived at 11:30 p.m., they decided the best way to get the mountain lion out of the house was to use non-lethal bean-bag rounds to fire at it in an attempt to chase it out the front door, according to a release from Colorado Parks and Wildlife. After more than an hour, officers were successful in getting the … [Read more...] about Mountain lion enters Colorado home through screen door, kills cat
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Share on Google Plus Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Plus Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Tumblr Resize Text Print Article Comments Innovations by Marwa Eltagouri by Marwa Eltagouri Email the author May 11 at 10:32 PM Email the author They look like they’ve scampered out of a thriller — sleek, four-legged robots vaguely resembling dogs, flinging open doors and evading attacks from the humans controlling them. And for the first time this week, videos posted to YouTube by the robotic dogs creators, Boston Dynamics, show the not-so-cuddly canines … [Read more...] about These robot dogs freaked people out by opening doors. They may soon come to a building near you.
caption An Amazon worker at one of its fulfillment centers. source Getty/Leon Neal Some Amazon Prime customers are fuming, claiming the company has repeatedly delayed their shipments and backtracked on the two-day-shipping guarantee that comes with membership. But the data shows that Amazon has actually sped up the process of getting packages to customers. It’s likely Amazon’s delivery times are getting better, on average, but the sheer volume of customers could be leading to an uptick in customer complaints. Still, experts speculate that the proliferation of new Amazon delivery services could be leading to a disconnect with customers, many of whom might just not get how Prime really works. Either way, it’s not great news for Amazon, which is trying to attract even more people to Prime. A growing chorus of customers are claiming that Amazon … [Read more...] about Disgruntled Amazon customers are complaining that their packages keep arriving late, and it could be an ominous sign for Prime
Article Contents1 The irregular Share icon2 The slow and ever-refreshing Share UI3 The many, many faces of the Share UI3.1 The case of Google Maps3.2 The case of Google Photos3.3 Icon packs and shapes are neglected4 Sharing is unpredictable4.1 Order, what order?4.2 Sharing targets change, sometimes5 Direct Sharing is nothing short of a mess6 Pinning is inconsistent6.1 A different order6.2 Pin-unfriendly apps7 What Google needs to do Sharing from one app to another has been a mainstay of Android for years and years. It was one of the features that first drew me to Android: no more copying and pasting, no more having to open Twitter or WhatsApp to send a picture I just saw in my Gallery. Apps could talk to each other and the experience felt more cohesive and seamless. But with time, the Share UI in Android has languished, stuck with the same features and same problems. It switched from a vertical list to a horizontal one, it added direct share in Android 6.0 and app pinning in … [Read more...] about Google, please fix Android’s slow, bloated share UI