Chief executive admits FA has ‘more to do’ on equality and diversity

The Football Association’s chief executive, Mark Bullingham, has acknowledged it still has more to do to ensure equality and diversity in the game as it begins the search for a new chairman following Greg Clarke’s resignation on Tuesday. Clarke stepped down after his description of “coloured footballers”, among other remarks about gay and female players, […]

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Man Opens Up His Home to Shelter 300 Dogs From a Hurricane: ‘It doesn’t matter if the house is dirty’

Ricardo Pimentel may not have had an ark to ride out the storm, but he’s being hailed as something of a modern-day Noah nonetheless. As deadly hurricane Delta bore down on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula tearing a path of destruction directly to his door, Pimentel herded hundreds of animals—including more than 300 dogs, numerous rabbits, chickens, […]

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Mindfulness interventions can change health behaviors

A growing body of evidence supports the effectiveness of mindfulness approaches to promote positive changes in health behaviors. New neurobiologically based models of “mindful self-regulation” help to explain the how mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) work to help people make healthy behavior changes, according to a review in the November/December issue of Harvard Review of Psychiatry. Mindfulness […]

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Google CEO apologises for document, EU’s Breton warns internet is not Wild West

Alphabet GOOGL.O CEO Sundar Pichai has apologised to Europe’s industry chief Thierry Breton over a leaked internal document proposing tactics to counter the EU’s tough new rules on internet companies and lobby against the EU commissioner. Pichai and Breton exchanged views in a video-conference call late on Thursday, the third this year, according to a […]

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Memorable Overclocking-Friendly CPUs

Enthusiasts have been pushing the limits of silicon for as long as microprocessors have existed. Early overclocking endeavors involved soldering and replacing crystal clock oscillators, but that practice quickly evolved into changing system bus speeds via motherboard DIP switches and jumpers. Internal clock multipliers were introduced but it didn’t take long until those were locked […]

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While Excavating 1000-Year-old Viking Ship, Norwegians Find Remnants of Elite Society

The area surrounding the Gjellestad Viking ship burial in Norway was found to contain an extensive and traditional funerary, feasting, and religious complex of outstanding significance, ground-penetrating radar scans revealed. The finds transform the understanding of the site as one containing an isolated grave to representing the regional center of Viking high-society. Remains of three […]

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