World Cup winner wanted by Man United, plus more Europa League stars to watch out for tonight!

first_img 10 10 Jordy Clasie – Feyenoord – Click the arrow to see the Argentine who nearly joined Tottenham last summer – The Feyenoord man has developed his skills as a box-to-box enforcer, averaging the third-highest tackles per game for the Dutch club. The 23-year-old was strongly linked with Manchester United in the summer, and Southampton in the January transfer window. 10 Radja Nainggolan – Roma – Click on the arrow to see the midfielder attracting Real Madrid and Man United – Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers reportedly scouted the Belgium international recently. Nainggolan’s defensive abilities make him the ideal team player, and he offers steel and graft, along with his guile, making him a valuable asset. 10 10 Denis Suarez – Sevilla – Click the arrow to see the Spaniard who has been linked with a number of clubs across Europe – At the age of 20, the Spaniard had little first-team experience before this season, only playing with Barcelona B. But the midfielder has impressed and he’s represented Spain at all youth levels and was part of the 2012 Under-19 European Championship-winning side. William Carvalho – Sporting Lisbon – Click the arrow to see one of Italian football’s most exciting prospects – Carvalho’s stock has risen quickly over the past 18 months, with a series of impressive performances for Sporting and Portugal – the Portugal international has attracted interest from Arsenal and Manchester United. 10 10 10 Christoph Kramer – Borussia Monchengladbach – Click the arrow to see the man linked to Southampton last month – It speaks volumes for Kramer’s ability when Joachim Low turned to the midfielder when Sami Khedira got injured in the warm-up ahead of the World Cup final. Man United and Real Madrid have been linked with the robust midfielder, whose qualities in defence are impressive, while his attacking game is highly regarded. Kevin De Bruyne: Wolfsburg – Click the arrow to see the Belgian on Brendan Rodgers’ shopping list – After moving from Chelsea, the Belgium international has excelled in the Bundesliga, and this season he’s been one of the stand-out players in German football, scoring 11 goals and providing 14 assists. The Europa League is back!For years the tournament has been looked upon with distain, but this season the winners will earn themselves a place in the Champions League for the 2015-16 season.While it may not have the glamour of its bigger brother the Champions League, there are some talented players on display as the competition reaches the business end.British hopefuls Tottenham, Liverpool, Everton and Celtic can call on the likes of Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Ross Barkley and Kris Commons, but which players from the continent will shine? talkSPORT takes a look…Click the arrow to see some of the players who could star in the Europa League knockout rounds and let us know who you think will excel… Lorenzo Insigne – Napoli – Click the arrow to see the former Chelsea man excelling in Germany – Having come through the academy in Naples, Insigne is the creative influence in Napoli’s midfield. The 23-year-old is full of pace and trickery and is fast becoming one of Italian football’s most exciting prospects. Mateo Musacchio – Villarreal – Click the arrow to see the Spaniard from Barcelona starring with the holders – The 24-year-old Argentine turned down a move to Tottenham in the summer and is highly thought of in Spain. As well as playing in his natural centre-back position, Musacchio can operate at right-back and defensive midfield. 10 Memphis Depay – PSV – Click the arrow to see the Portuguese midfielder on Man United and Arsenal’s radar – Depay has been in excellent form this season, scoring 15 goals in 19 games in the Eredivisie, and five in six games in the Europa League. Teammate Jurgen Locadia is also one to watch, and the forward is among the hottest prospects in European football. 10 Iker Muniain – Athletic Bilbao – Twice a European Under-21 Championship winner with Spain, Athletic Bilbao’s Iker Muniain remains one of the brightest talents in European football and has attracted interest from a number of clubs.last_img read more

Former Arsenal youngster signs two-year Swansea deal

first_img1 Swansea manager Garry Monk Swansea have signed former Arsenal goalkeeper Josh Vickers.Vickers has been training with Garry Monk’s side since the start of July and has sufficiently impressed to be handed a two-year deal –  subject to international clearance.The 19-year-old, who played in Swansea’s pre-season friendly against 1860 Munich in Germany last month, spent 12 years at Arsenal and links up again with his former goalkeeping coach Tony Roberts and first-choice keeper Lukasz Fabianski.“Tony called and asked if I would come in on trial,” Vickers told the official club website.“I know how much knowledge he has of the game, I have worked with him the last four years and I couldn’t turn down the opportunity.“My aim here is to push on. I hope to be training with the first team most days and to feature for the Under-21s doing the best I can, and I think there is a chance for me to grow and develop here.”Vickers becomes the second goalkeeper to sign for Swansea this week, with Gerhard Tremmel returning to the Liberty on a two-year deal after his contract ended earlier in the summer.last_img read more

DONEGAL’S DEPARTMENT STORE GIANT GETS BEHIND OUR SPORTING GIANTS

first_imgMcElhinneys of Ballybofey are an iconic brand in Co Donegal and across Ireland.So it was fitting that the giant department store gets behind Donegal’s giants of sport. A number of the players called in to the store to receive a cheque for sponsorship for the players fund from management at the store.The players also received goodie bags in the build-up to the big game.Martin McElhinney of McElhinneys said the store was delighted to get behind the team.  DONEGAL’S DEPARTMENT STORE GIANT GETS BEHIND OUR SPORTING GIANTS was last modified: September 11th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalMCELHINNEYSsponsorshiplast_img read more

DONEGAL LEAGUE: ALL THE REPORTS, RESULTS AND FIXTURES

first_imgREPORTSOld Orchard Saturday DivisionGlencar Celtic 4 Fintown Harps AFC 0 Glencar Celtic’s home game was reversed to Fintown. The Glencar men meant business with Liam Doherty scoring direct from a free kick early on. Glencar doubled their lead when in form striker Conor Gibbons finished well from the edge of the box. Gibbons then turned provider for Glencar’s third passing for Graham Cullen to score. Eddie McLaughlin finished the game as a contest after netting Glencar’s fourth and final goal. Fintown pushed hard though towards the end and almost brought the score to 4-1 only for Glencar stopper Dominic Friel making a wonder save low to his right. Team performance from Fintown. Mark Graham, Graham Cullen and Conor Gibbons were best for Glencar Celtic. Referee: Maurice LaffertyStrand Rovers 2 Mulroy Celtic 2Strand welcomed Mulroy to Maghery on a glorious Winter’s day. Mulroy started sharp and always looked a threat when breaking forward. It took a while for Strand to get up to speed but once they did it was evenly fought up until ten minutes from half time when a throw-in from Mulroy wasn’t dealt with and Johnnie Friel pounced and tucked it away to leave it 1-0 at half time. For the second half Strand came out fighting like a home side should and it wasn’t long before Doalty Boyle struck the back of the net to equalise, Strand pushed on from there and had numerous chances. Strand took the lead with a superb goal from Brendan Glackin from distance. Mulroy came back to life and big Michael Sweeney pinned one to make it 2-2. The match was very open with play switching from end to end, a credit to both sides but it was to end in a draw when Ed Moore blew up what was a great game to start the second half of the seasonOrchard F.C. 2 Drumbar F.C. 0Orchard were made to fight all the way to claim victory over a much improved Drumbar F.C. The heavy pitch certainly didn’t help either side produce much free flowing football. In the 15th minute Orchard were awarded a penalty after Niall Bonner was brought down by the Drumbar keeper after a fine ball from Micheal Doherty. Doherty took the spot kick and was rather fortuitous to see his mishit penalty just about evade the keeper. Orchard doubled their lead just before half time when Doherty’s ball over the top was brilliantly controlled by Bonner who made no mistake with a calmly taken right foot finish to the bottom corner. Both teams cancelled each other out in the second half with very little by way of goalmouth action. Conor Mc Brearty did however come close when his curled effort came back off the crossbar. Two good battling team performances. Referee: Mick LaganGlencar Inn Saturday Reserve DivisionCappry Rovers Reserves 1 Erne Wanderers Reserves 1The away side started the better against a young Cappry side. They pressed from the start looking for the opening goal but were unable to find a way through the Cappry defence from open play. The home team went close to scoring when Neil Patrick Mc Daid hit the crossbar from a tight angle. Erne did open the scoring when they scored direct from a free kick. The game remained 1-0 at half time. The home team started the second half much better and had Erne pushed deep into their own half. They came close to getting back level when Conor Laverty found Leo Gallagher with his cross but the Erne keeper made a fine save. Cappry were pressing to get back level but couldn’t find a way through the Erne defence. Erne were dangerous on the counter attack. With ten minutes to go Cappry finally got the goal they deserved when Kyle O’Meara finished well at the near post. Cappry pressed for a winner but couldn’t find one. Two decent team performances on the day. Referee: Dessie Mc Laughlin Castlefin Celtic Reserves 5 St. Catherines Reserves 2Castlefin Celtic Reserves got the New Year off to the perfect start with a convincing 5-2 home victory over St.Catherines Reserves on Saturday. The home side started off the brightest and were rewarded for their pressure when Keith Nelis stabbed home a Brian Dooher cross with 10 minutes played. The hosts began to dominate and doubled their advantage when a Simon Mc Menamin kick-out released Matthew O’ Rourke who squared to Nelis who tapped in after 34 minutes. In the second half the visitors started on the front foot and pulled a goal back when Daniel Keeney broke through and finished well after 49 minutes. In the 66th minute Castlefin increased their lead when a David Stewart through ball found Marcus Curran who raced through and slotted home. In the 70th minute Matthew O’ Rourke capitalised on an error in the visitors defence to tap home. O’ Rourke got his second goal when he converted a penalty after he was upended in the box. St Catherines pulled a goal back when David Mc Guinness poked to the net in the last minute. Best for Castlefin: Marcus Curran. Best for St Catherines: Shane O’ Gara. Referee : George ClintonGlenree United Reserves 1 Keadue Rovers Reserves 4This game was played in surprisingly good conditions. Keadue opened the scoring when wee Sean “yank” Boyle pounced on a defensive mix up and finished well to the bottom corner. Glenree found an equaliser after some poor defending from the home team as the ball found the net via a Keadue player. Keadue regained the lead and control when Daniel Bonner scored a fine header from a corner. Chris Greene also got on the scoresheet after a good header, also from a corner, found the net. Keadue were awarded a penalty after Ryan Greene was fouled in the area, he duly dispatched the penalty to make it 4-1 to Keadue and that’s how it finished. Good team performances from both sides.Curragh Athletic Reserves 1 Donegal Town Reserves 2In the early stages it was clear to see Christmas had taken its toll with both teams just lacking their touch. After 15 minutes however the game was well and truly on. High tempo and determined work by both teams ensured this was going to be a tight one. The visitors had good possession on the wings whilst the Curragh seemed stronger in the middle. A number of chances fell to both sides and the Donegal Town lads had the ball in the back of the net when a hooked ball found their centre forward who lobbed the outrushing Jason Woods but it was ruled offside. Curragh also had a couple of chances, Paddy Cassidy and Simon Canning both going close.Curragh seemed sluggish coming out after the break and Donegal soon found themselves in the lead. Driving on from midfield Enwright’s fine strike found the net on 52minutes. Donegal Town went two up ten minutes later following a sustained piece of pressure from the Curragh. Simon Cromie had just been foiled by the Town keeper when on the counter attack good work by the Donegal wingers played in Liam Bustard. James Sweeney got the Curragh goal.Glenea United Reserves 1 Drumoghill F.C. Reserves 0Glenea Reserves continued their good league run with this hard earned victory over Drumoghill. With both sides feeling rusty after the break it took a while for the game to settle down with chances at a minimum. As the half progressed Glenea started to get on top and were rewarded on 25 minutes when, after Neil Mc Geever was fouled in the box, Padraig McGee converted the resultant penalty. Glenea pressed hard to double their advantage but were unable to add to their tally. In the 2nd half it was tight affair with neither side able to create any clear cut chances but as the half progressed it was the away side that looked likeliest to score with both John O’Kane and Liam O’Donnell being denied by good saves from Ciaran Boyce. Best for Glenea were Ciaran Boyce & Daniel Cannon, while Liam O’Donnell and John O’Kane were best for Drumoghill. Refere: Michael McFadden.FAI Junior CupRathmullan Celtic 0 Regional United 3 Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionKildrum Tigers 0 Glenea United 3Kilmacrennan Celtic 2 Castlefin Celtic 2Kilmacrennan Celtic entertained Castlefin Celtic on Sunday afternoon at the Errigal College Grounds. Prior to the game the sides lay eight places apart in the Premier Division table. It looked likely that the visitors were going to widen that gap as they raced into a two goal lead. Firstly JP Malley reacted sharply when Barry Tourish’s shot came back off the post. The frontman made no mistake from six yards with goalkeeper Jason Hegarty unable to prevent the goal. There was little Hegarty could do either fifteen minutes later when Malley swivelled and sent an inch perfect shot into the top corner from twenty yards out. Despite falling behind Kilmacrennan didn’t give in and pulled a goal back before the interval when Kieran Gorman scored. The second half was a closely fought affair with both teams having good spells and chances. Ryan Shields levelled the scores on seventy five minutes to claim a share of the spoils for the home side. Referee: James Malseed. Kilmacrennan produced a good team performance while Peter Bryson was outstanding for Castlefin.Drumoghill F.C. 2 Cappry Rovers 0St. Catherines 2 Gweedore Celtic 2 Temple Domestic Appliances Division OneCranford United 1 Lagan Harps 8Kerrykeel ’71 F.C. 1 Raphoe Town 5Lifford Celtic 1 Bonagee United 3Gweedore United 0 Keadue Rovers 1Donegal Town 0 Convoy Arsenal 8CT Ball Division TwoDeele Harps 5 Whitestrand United 0Curragh Athletic 1 Letterbarrow Celtic 1Erne Wanderers 4 Eany Celtic 0Copany Rovers 1 Dunkineely Celtic 4Ballybofey United 1 Glenree United 5Glenree United cemented their place at the top of the CT Ball Division Two table with a comprehensive win over Ballybofey United at the Finn Valley Complex on Sunday. They went ahead as early as the first minute when they scored from the penalty spot through Barney Boyce. The home side never produced the form they are capable of and fell further behind before the interval. Glenree added three further goals in the second half and a lone Shaun Mc Gowan strike was the only reply from the Finnsiders. Damien Nelis (2), Marty Mc Laughlin and Colin Gallagher were the other Glenree scorers.RESULTSSaturday 9th January 2016Old Orchard Saturday DivisionDrumkeen United P v P Arranmore UnitedGlencar Celtic 4 v 0 Fintown Harps AFCStrand Rovers 2 v 2 Mulroy CelticOrchard F.C. 2 v 0 Drumbar F.C.Glencar Inn Saturday Reserve DivisionCappry Rovers Reserves 1 v 1 Erne Wanderers ReservesCastlefin Celtic Reserves 5 v 2 St. Catherines ReservesGlenree United Reserves 1 v 4 Keadue Rovers ReservesCurragh Athletic Reserves 1 v 2 Donegal Town ReservesGlenea United Reserves 1 v 0 Drumoghill F.C. ReservesSunday 10th January 2016FAI Junior CupRathmullan Celtic 0 v 3 Regional UnitedBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionKildrum Tigers 0 v 3 Glenea UnitedKilmacrennan Celtic 2 v 2 Castlefin CelticDrumoghill F.C. 2 v 0 Cappry RoversSt. Catherines 2 v 2 Gweedore CelticTemple Domestic Appliances Division OneCranford United 1 v 8 Lagan HarpsKerrykeel ’71 F.C. 1 v 5 Raphoe TownLifford Celtic 1 v 3 Bonagee UnitedGweedore United 0 v 1 Keadue RoversDonegal Town 0 v 8 Convoy ArsenalCT Ball Division TwoDeele Harps 5 v 0 Whitestrand UnitedCurragh Athletic 1 v 1 Letterbarrow CelticErne Wanderers 4 v 0 Eany CelticCopany Rovers 1 v 4 Dunkineely CelticBallybofey United 1 v 5 Glenree UnitedFIXTURESSaturday 16th January 2016 K.O. 2 p.m. (Unless Stated)Old Orchard Saturday DivisionArranmore United v Glencar Celtic (1 p.m.)Fintown Harps AFC v Strand RoversMulroy Celtic v Orchard F.C.Drumbar F.C. v Drumkeen UnitedGlencar Inn Saturday Reserve DivisionErne Wanderers Reserves v Glenea United ReservesSt. Catherines Reserves v Cappry Rovers ReservesMilford United Reserves v Castlefin Celtic ReservesDonegal Town Reserves v Glenree United ReservesDrumoghill F.C. v Curragh Athletic ReservesSunday 17th January 2016 K.O. 2 p.m. (Unless Stated)Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionGweedore Celtic v Milford UnitedSt. Catherines v Cappry RoversDrumoghill F.C. v Castlefin CelticKilmacrennan Celtic v Glenea UnitedKildrum Tigers v Rathmullan CelticTemple Domestic Appliances Division OneBonagee United v Keadue RoversCranford United v Kerrykeel ’71 F.C.Gweedore United v Donegal TownConvoy Arsenal v Lifford CelticLagan Harps v Raphoe TownCT Ball Division TwoWhitestrand United v Curragh AthleticGlenree United v Deele HarpsDunkineely Celtic v Ballybofey UnitedEany Celtic v Copany RoversLetterbarrow Celtic v Erne WanderersDONEGAL LEAGUE: ALL THE REPORTS, RESULTS AND FIXTURES was last modified: January 10th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal Leaguelast_img read more

Letterkenny girl’s school confirms it will consider enrolling boys next year

first_imgLetterkenny’s biggest girls school is now considering enrolling boys.A spokesperson for Scoil Mhuire gan Smál confirmed the move to Donegal Daily today.The board of management at the school has written to all parents inviting them to attend a meeting on 23rd October to discuss the possibility of the school going co-ed in September 2018. The move follows a similar move by the nearby all-boys school, Scoil Cholmcille National School.Parents of children at Scoil Cholmcille National School met on Tuesday afternoon to learn more about a proposal to make the all-boys school a co-educational mixed school from next year onwards.Principal Pauric Cannon told those at the meeting the plan was not intended to force parents to choose between both schools.He added that his school is proposing a model where both schools could continue to “flourish”. Letterkenny girl’s school confirms it will consider enrolling boys next year was last modified: October 7th, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:boys schoolgirls schoolletterkennyscoil cholmcilleScoil Mhuire gan Smállast_img read more

City of Joburg and Miss Earth SA spruce up Mshenguville Park

first_imgOn World Environment Day, Miss Earth SA contestants along with social activist and Play Your Part ambassador Catherine Constantinides, as well as the mayor of Johannesburg, set off to clean up Mshenguville Park.On World Environment Day, Johannesburg Executive Mayor Herman Mashaba and climate activist Catherine Constantinides join forces with members of the community to clean up Mshenguville Park in Soweto. The exercise, on 5 June 2017, emphasises the importance of preserving the environment. (Image: Mathiba Molefe)Mathiba MolefeIt is easy to lose sight of the bigger picture in one’s day-to-day life, but it is important that society keeps track of issues regarding the environment, and that people safeguard natural resources as well as play a part in caring for Earth.It was with this in mind that around the world people took action to clean up their communities to mark World Environment Day on 5 June, a day on which people are encouraged to make concerted efforts to improve and maintain their natural surroundings.Mshenguville Park in Soweto was no exception. Miss Earth SA contestants and Catherine Constantinides, the Miss Earth SA director, a climate activist and Play Your Part ambassador, as well as Johannesburg Executive Mayor Herman Mashaba, got to work cleaning the park of dangerous and unsightly waste.“As the City of Joburg, we have the responsibility of looking after the environment,” said Mashaba..@HermanMashaba & @ChangeAgentSA play their part for #WorldEnvironmentDay2017 . #WasteStopsWithME. How are you making your contribution? pic.twitter.com/06Gmm7fqVz— Play Your Part (@PlayYourPartSA) June 5, 2017The clean-up was part of the #WasteStopsWithMe campaign, a collaboration between Miss Earth SA, Joburg waste collection agency Pikitup and the Canadian High Commission to South Africa.The partners gathered at the park, along with residents from the surrounding areas, to help pick up the large amount of litter that had collected there. It is mainly from illegal dumping, which is commonplace.From car tyres and carpets to old shoes and food containers, the group collected numerous bags of waste scattered throughout the park. It looked much better for it by the time they were done.“We see waste every single day; it’s something we can do something about, so how are you going to ensure we’re leaving a beautiful country behind for the next generation?” A question that Play Your Part Ambassador Catherine Constantinides, posed to all South Africans.Your city, your hood, your environmentMashaba pointed out that keeping the environment clean would help the city make better use of its budget, saying that illegal dumping cost the city about R80-million annually.“I think as the City of Johannesburg, like all the other cities all over the world, we have the responsibility as the current generation to ensure that we look after the environment,” he said.Reconnect with nature, preserve the environment – MMC De Jager #WasteStopsWithME https://t.co/weQtej9Mu0 ^NS pic.twitter.com/MCk6tS5xir— City of Joburg (@CityofJoburgZA) June 6, 2017“Looking after the environment is not something that we look at only from a cleanliness point of view. Yes, we need cleanliness, but I think it’s actually about looking at the big picture.”Constantinides explained that the ongoing #WasteStopsWithMe campaign was aimed at getting people across South Africa to embrace the role they played in protecting the environment.“Let us celebrate this beautiful country that we call South Africa. We do indeed have the most beautiful country in the world and our landscapes show it to us every single day,” she said.“It’s for us to preserve that natural heritage and stand proud as South Africans.”Miss Earth SA contestants were also on hand to help drive home the message of the #WasteStopsWithMe campaign aimed at getting all South Africans to do their little part in dealing with issues around waste.Play your part and get involvedConstantinides said it was “critically important for all South Africans everywhere to get involved; we all have to play our part in making sure that we preserve the spaces around us”.To find out more about the #WasteStopsWithMe campaign, use the hashtag to follow the conversations on social media.“So #WasteStopsWithMe is an individual call to action to say ‘what can I do, as an active citizen, to really address the environmental challenges through waste’.“We see waste every single day; it’s something we can do something about, so how are you going to ensure we’re leaving a beautiful country behind for the next generation?”To find out more about Miss Earth SA, visit the website at http://missearthsa.co.za.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

Invitation to participate in a Brand South Africa Research Reference Group

first_imgCalling all youthTheme: Active Citizenship, Innovation and Improved Nation Brand Competitiveness: How can youth make the NDP a reality?Date: 16 August 2014Time: 9:00-14:00Venue: Brand South Africa, 103 Central Street, Houghton EstateFacilitated by: Dr Petrus de Kock (Brand SA)Brand South Africa, in partnership with Plastics SA, invites you to a Research Reference Group which will focus on how Youth can play their part in implementing the National Development Plan.This session will shape the discussion and the approach to be taken as part of the agenda devoted to Youth at the 2014 Annual South African Competitiveness Forum (4-5 November 2014). The session recognises the invaluable contribution young people can make to South Africa’s growth and development.Participants will receive a detailed Background Discussion Document with key points and references to the NDP ahead of the discussion upon receipt of your RSVP.Brand South Africa & Plastics SA look forward to hosting you and facilitating your participation in this critical conversationClick here to view the programmeYes, I will be attendingNo, I will not be attending{loadposition press_release}last_img read more

15cm Twisted Banana Hair Clip : Much better in my daughters hair so passed it on to

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Ivory Towers Besieged By Cyberattacks

first_imgA Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#cyber attacks#cybersecurity#now Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts center_img Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… U.S. research universities face millions of cyberattacks every week from hackers often based in China, the New York Times reports. The universities are presumably targets because their research can yield valuable new products ranging from prescription drugs and fuel cells to software and computer chips. (See also: Chinese Army Cyberunit Apparently Attacking U.S. Targets Again)University officials admitted some of the attacks have compromised their systems, but wouldn’t provide details outside of cases involving the theft of social-security numbers and personal data. The cyberassaults have prompted universities such as the University of California at Berkeley to boost their IT security investments by more than a million dollars a year.  readwritelast_img read more

Premiere Pro Tutorial: Compositing Live-Action and Timelapse Footage

first_imgLearn how to integrate live-action and timelapse footage in this quick Premiere Pro Tutorial.While it may seem rather specific, the following Premiere Pro tutorial covers a seemingly simple technique that can produce some incredible shots. In short, this technique brought to us by Rhino Camera Gear shows us how to composite silhouetted video plates onto timelapse footage. The result is impressive and easy to achieve.In the following video tutorial, we’ll see how this unique look can be captured. The video covers:Shooting TimelapseIdeal Shooting EnvironmentsChroma-Keys Based on LuminanceIt should be noted that if your camera doesn’t have built-in time-lapse capabilities, you’ll have to either shoot the video for an extended period of time (which can lead to some pretty insane file sizes) or you can purchase a device called an intervalometer, which essentially tells your camera to take a picture at set intervals. Not all cameras can use intervalometers, but most DSLRs and mirrorless cameras can. Just do a quick search for your specific camera to find out.This video was first created and shared by Rhino Camera Gear on their YouTube Channel. Thanks for sharing!Another way in which you might be able to take this technique to the next level would be to integrate a tracking motion lapse using a device like the Syrp Genie, which is designed to let users capture moving timelapses.Do you know of a better way to get this effect? We’d love to hear about it in the comments below!last_img read more