Conrad Howell autopsy complete

first_img Funeral remarks point to a non-suicidal Conrad Howell Memories of two TCI men lost on March 4 Related Items:autopsy, complete, conrad howell, kevino smith, patty smith Recommended for you Patty Smith dreading holidays, says ‘Bah’ killers still out there Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 17 Sept 2015 – The autopsy on Reverend Conrad Howell is completed; done on Wednesday as announced by Acting Police Commissioner, Rodney Adams. The pathologist was brought in from The Bahamas to performing the autopsy.The Royal Turks and Caicos Police Force is expected to host a press conference on Friday, where media is expecting to hear updates and progress of the police investigation on the death of Rev. Howell.As speculation continues to swirl around how Reverend Howell, who wrote the country’s national song, died Acting Commissioner of Police Rodney Adams on Monday, told media that Howell’s death has not been classified as a murder.Today, Patty Smith, mother of murder victim – Kevino Smith – says to remind the country that it is not just the life of Conrad Howell that matters to family and friends. The Premier attempted to remember those open or unsolved cases in the islands during his Saturday press conference saying, “Rev. Howell’s death is just another death in a string of so-called murders in our beloved TCI over the past several years to which no closure have been brought.” Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more

Genoa confirm no offers for Piatek

first_imgGenoa have confirmed they are yet to receive offers from reported Real Madrid and AC Milan target Krzysztof Piatek.The Polish striker has found the net a remarkable 19 times in 21 appearances for the Italian club this season, having joined from Cracovia Krakow last summer.The Serie A side paid only €4.5m for Piatek – who has also been linked to Barcelona – in that deal but his market value has multiplied with reports suggesting he would only be sold permanently in a move in excess of €60m.A report cited on Football Espana speaks of ‘concrete interest’ from the European giants while Atletico Madrid and AC Milan are equally monitoring the situation.Sergio Ramos, Real MadridZidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“We are waiting for offers for Piatek, there is nothing official yet,” Genoa CEO Giorgio Perinetti told RMC Sport.“Milan know that we would like to keep the player until June, but we will evaluate any proposal that may come in.“It is not our intention to sell Piatek now and we cannot wait until the last day of the market.”last_img read more

Goodbye Productivity Microsoft Is Bringing Back Solitaire for Windows 10

first_img 1 min read If Windows 8 felt like a radical departure from previous iterations of Microsoft’s long-loved operating system, the tech giant is looking to inject a bit of fun familiarity back into Windows 10, which is slated for a summer release.Solitaire, which was removed from Windows 8 alongside other classics including Hearts and Minesweeper, will be baked back into Windows 10, Mashable reports.   While Solitaire will receive a spot on Windows 10’s new start menu — another feature Microsoft had removed from Windows 8 much to loyalists’ disdain — the other games must be downloaded as add-ons from the Windows Store.The addition was discovered when Microsoft rolled out a preview of the new software earlier this week. A note explains that the return of Solitaire commemorates the 25th anniversary of the game on Windows.Related: Pac-Man and Google Maps: A Genius Match April 24, 2015 Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box.center_img Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Register Now »last_img read more

Free Chrome Extensions for Entrepreneurs With Crazy Long ToDo Lists and Too

first_imgMay 17, 2018 Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals If you spend all day in your browser, you need to get organized. You’re likely toggling among social media accounts, email, shared documents, search queries, to-do lists and articles you’re meaning to read, and when the tabs pile up, it can be hard to focus.You might try keeping things in separate windows or on separate monitors, but that doesn’t change the fact that most of what you’re looking at is likely browser-based. Google Chrome is your connection to nearly everything you need to access, but the trouble is, it’s also a window to distractions. That’s why it’s up to you to hack it, to tame it and to download a bunch of browser extensions that will put you back in control.Related: A Guide to Reducing Unneeded Distractions and Time-Sucks So You Can Be More ProductiveRead on for 15 browser extensions that are a cinch to install and will help you get way more done with just a few clicks.1. BoomerangDo you ever start drafting an email, only to realize it’s 11 p.m. and you don’t want to subject anyone to your night owl, always-hustling tendencies? So you save it as a draft, only to have to squeeze in time the following day to finish it and send it off? That is, if you even remember?Boomerang for Gmail is the answer to the hours you keep outside the 9-to-5. You can draft and even hit “send” on an email any time, then use the scheduling feature to select the date and time you’d like it to be sent. It also comes with read receipts, link click-tracking and “Respondable” software, which “uses artificial intelligence to help you write better, more actionable emails in real-time.”The basic, free version of Boomerang includes all above features, but subscriptions with additional bells and whistles, such as mobile access, are available for $5, $15 and $50 per month.2. OneTabAre you a tab hoarder who’s more apt to let the web pages pile up than navigate away from a search you’re finished with? Well, this habit not only clutters your computer visually, but also, it likely slows down your computer — and, in turn, your work.OneTab allows you to consolidate all of your tabs into one. It simply makes them into a new tab, at which you’ll see a list of each page and a link to it. When you want to return to one of the tabs, click the link and it will reopen. You can also edit the list from within OneTab in case you change your mind about wanting to hold onto something.Its functions get even more granular: OneTab also provides settings for users who want to name consolidated tabs (say, for a bunch of links related to a single project), as well as those who want to exclude some open tabs from the consolidation process.Related: 10 Unique Free Tools and Resources for Entrepreneurs You Probably Don’t Know About3. 1PasswordSpeaking of consolidation, how much time do you spend hunting down or resetting your passwords to various online accounts because you’ve forgotten them? Or, in the words of stand-up comic John Mulaney, spending your day “telling a robot that you’re not a robot”? Have you ever wished that you could just log in to the entire internet, with one password unlocking your accounts all at once?1Password is one of the many password solutions that allows you to do a version of that, and it has a Chrome Extension. Through the extension, you’ll have easy access to managing which passwords are included in your 1Password account. Logging in when you go to a site that’s included in your 1Password list will be seamless.Be wary, though: In the past, this extension has been susceptible to some bugs that have led to password theft, according to Network World. The alternative is a safer method in which the 1Password software downloaded to your desktop is where the controls live (however, leaving your browser puts you at risk of interrupting your workflow).4. PocketBusy entrepreneurs don’t have time to read long, analytical articles every time a good link appears on their screens. Saving articles to your bookmarks versus saving them to Pocket is akin to the difference between stowing things away on a shelf in the back of your closet versus simply tucking them into your, well, pocket.The extension places a button directly to the right of your URL bar, so when you open an article only to realize you don’t have time to read it in that moment, you click the button and it saves the article to a list that’s accessible from your desktop or a mobile app.When you open the articles from your Pocket list, they load without ads and other clutter — often even without images, which streamlines the reading process and keeps you focused. Pocket also curates articles for users who want to stay in-the-know without hunting down their own reading material.Related: 20 Surprising Things You Can Do With Google Search5. KeepaThe Keepa extension is perfect for any entrepreneur who keeps tabs (no pun intended) on fluctuating product prices on Amazon. If you have it installed, you can set up which Amazon pages you want to monitor, and the Keepa will let you know if a price falls in real time, or if a previously out-of-stock item becomes available.Users also have access to graphs that display product price history over time, displayed right on the web page, so users can get a comprehensive view of recent deals and price drops. (It goes without saying that this tool is great for power shoppers, too.)Entrepreneurs: What are your favorite Chrome extensions? Let us know in the comments below.center_img 5 min read Register Now »last_img read more

Visit Florida resignations rock tourism agency in wake of Pitbull scandal

first_imgVisit Florida resignations rock tourism agency in wake of Pitbull scandal << Previous PostNext Post >> Posted by Tags: Pitbull, VISIT FLORIDA Travelweek Group center_img TALLAHASSEE — A leadership transition plan is in the works at Visit Florida now that three executives including Visit Florida CEO Will Seccombe have resigned in the wake of the Pitbull scandal.Visit Florida board chair Bill Talbert said he will work with Seccombe on a plan that will be presented for approval at the Jan. 10 Board of Directors meeting. Talbert said he’s “confident that the direction put in place by the Board will position Visit Florida for continued success.”Last week Florida Governor Rick Scott called for Seccombe to step down after Visit Florida refused to publicly disclose it paid rapper Pitbull US$1 million to promote the state.Seccombe had led the agency since 2012 after serving as its chief marketing officer for nearly five years. Visit Florida’s Chief Operating Office Vangie Fields and Chief Marketing Officer Paul Phipps have also resigned.Scott has asked Visit Florida to begin publishing its spending, contracts, salaries, audits and other financial information. “The notion that Visit Florida spending would not be transparent to the taxpayers is just ridiculous. We must have major reforms at Visit Florida in the weeks ahead that require new leadership,” Scott said in a letter to Talbert.More news:  Canada raises travel warning amid escalating protests in Hong KongThe letter came one day after Pitbull, whose real name is Armando Christian Perez, used Twitter to make his contract with Visit Florida public. House Speaker Richard Corcoran had sued to have the contract released. Visit Florida had refused to disclose it, citing trade secrets.Pitbull filmed a video for his song ‘Sexy Beaches’ as part of the contract and agreed to promote the hashtag #LOVEFL on his social media sites and at concerts.The video features images of women frolicking in the surf and sand as well as pictures of iconic Florida hotels such as Miami Beach’s Fontainebleau and the pink Don CeSar Hotel in St. Pete Beach. It ends with an image of #LOVEFL written in the sand.Legislative leaders have criticized the agreement, but Scott’s concern was more over the transparency — not the video or hiring Pitbull.“I want to assure you that the tourism industry is stronger than ever, and I’m confident that together we can make Florida the No. 1 travel destination in the world,” said Talbert. Share Friday, December 23, 2016 last_img read more