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first_imgA Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#Data Services#web Why We Need Hypothes.isThere are two fundamental, related cultural problems with the Web that Hypothes.is wants to address: identity and reputation. Reputation is the main problem, but you can’t approach it without fixing identity. A reputation doesn’t refer to anything without a consistent identity behind it.The goal is to build a system of reputation for, ideally, all the content on the Web. No filter exists today for us to assess what information is good and what information is bad.Right now, the Web is vulnerable to gaming. Google’s search ranking algorithm is a fine piece of early reputation technology, and it’s constantly improving, but it’s exploitable by playing with back-links and keywords.And now that the social filters of Facebook, Twitter and Google+ have begun to dominate the time of Web users, the Web runs the risk of becoming an out-and-out popularity contest. If we could filter the Web by reputation, we could turn it into a meritocracy. jon mitchell Related Posts What Might Hypothes.is Look Like?Hypothes.is wants to build a layer of annotations attached to a system of reputation. In order to do that, it also needs to create a community around the right set of tools.In the workshop, we imagined a few different interfaces. One crucial interface decision will be the way annotations are displayed on top of the content as a user browses the Web. It could be “heat maps,” where areas of the document with lots of annotation are color-coded to indicate activity, quality or both. It could be a sidebar full of various annotations, even multimedia ones.Once it’s in place, a user signed in to Hypothes.is will be able to judge a document’s reputation on sight or even filter a long list of documents. Participating sites will be able to stand behind their visible reputations. The Web will be less sketchy and seedy in places where clarity and transparency are needed.And it won’t be imposed by some central authority, but rather by the work of dedicated annotators from all around the Web. Call them journalists, call them editors, call them curators, call them whatever you want. The advantages of this system over one based on blogging, hype and personality should be obvious. We could have a standard for assessing the quality of Web content, and that will help us assign real value to it.If you’re curious about the particular, potential designs we discussed, you should visit Dario Taraborelli’s amazing notes on Wikipedia. He goes into depth about the possible solutions we considered. There’s no product news to report yet. I’m just here to update you on the state of the conversation. It’s thriving, it’s exciting, and it’s necessary.If you want to follow along, visit Hypothes.is and follow @hypothes_is on Twitter. As Hypothes.is makes news, we’ll keep bringing it to you here on ReadWriteWeb.And if you have ideas you want to contribute to this project, the Hypothes.is team has set up an email address for you to submit them: ideas {at} hypothes.isPhotos by Lisa Heft courtesy of Hypothes.isDisclosure: My really good friend Randall Leeds is building Hypothes.is as the technical co-founder. This happened after RWW started covering founder Dan Whaley’s efforts to create an annotation system for the whole Web. It’s a complete coincidence. Still, I admit that this may have an impact on my reporting. But hey, at least my fund isn’t investing in it. Last week, I had the great fortune of attending the Hypothes.is Reputation Workshop. Hypothes.is aims to build nothing less than a peer review layer for the whole Internet. It’s a mind-boggling idea when you let it sink in. The technical challenges are formidable, and the cultural ones are even bigger. Nevertheless, the excitement around the project is intense and contagious.It’s a project that has drawn in the likes of Wikimedia, the Internet Archive and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. The stewards of the free Web want this problem solved. To get the ball rolling on figuring this out, Hypothes.is invited a colorful panel of experts – and… me. – to a three-day think tank on San Francisco Bay to identify the challenges, parse them out, and prototype solutions. And guess what? We pulled it off. Identity & ReputationToday, identity and reputation are fragmented by different, often competing online services. We have Facebook identities, Google identities and email identities. We have OpenIDs, but we might have a bunch of those. Some of these identities may be linked, but the links are weak.In each of these networks, we also have reputations, however basic they may be. Our contributions are liked and +1d by friends and ranked by an algorithm. These services might provide APIs to be interoperable with other sites and applications, but that just extends the domain of the dominant platform, Facebook or Google. It’s not a multi-faceted identity. It’s the same monolithic identity extended everywhere.Plus, identity providers like Facebook and Google have interests that run counter to ours. Real people are multi-faceted. We want to be able to express different aspects of ourselves in different contexts. But Facebook, Google et al have built businesses upon consistent, unchanging, public identities for all of us, despite nasty, sometimes dangerous consequences.People with enough privileges don’t have to worry about their public identities and reputations, but marginalized or vulnerable people around the world face real danger for speaking out online. They still need the ability to participate fully. That’s why a truly Web-wide reputation system cannot be subject to any company’s “real names policy.”We learned in the workshop that the best kind of online identity is one that is pseudonymous but expensive. It’s easy to get one pseudonym, but it’s very difficult to change or create new ones. A pseudonym could also be privately verified with a government-issued ID or some other standard, so the user remains pseudonymous to the world, but the reputation system knows who it is.It could also plug into existing identity services. There’s no reason this identity couldn’t be connected with Google or Facebook if the user so desired. Those are existing, thriving communities, and they’ll need annotation, too. They just can’t be the sole provider of identity.Hypothes.is needs relatable identities to build a reputation system. It will have its own reputation algorithms, mechanisms and moderation strategies. It will implement its trusted users’ contributions as a layer of reputation that can apply to all the content on the Web. Hypothes.is users will be like Wikipedia editors, but for everything. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostinglast_img read more

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first_img‘A complete lie:’ Drilon refutes ‘blabbermouth’ Salo’s claims Alaska climbs to third spot, denies Rain or Shine of twice-to-beat Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Marcio Lassiter saves the day for San Miguel. PBA IMAGESMarcio Lassiter rescued San Miguel Beer from what coach Leo Austria described as a disaster, knocking in a layup with 1.8 seconds remaining as the defending champion Beermen escaped with a thrilling 108-106 victory over KIA Picanto Friday night in the PBA Philippine Cup at Smart Araneta Coliseum.The Beermen nearly wasted a 26-point lead in the second half before Lassiter bailed them out with five points in the final minute that helped San Miguel secure an eighth win in 10 games and a twice-to-beat advantage in the quarterfinals.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games: PH still winless in netball after loss to Thais ‘We cannot afford to fail’ as SEA Games host – Duterte Judiciary Committee set to take over Trump impeachment probe Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. “It could have been a disaster for us,” said Austria, who missed June Mar Fajardo and Alex Cabagnot. “It was not a good sign for us going into the playoffs, but fortunately we got the win and the incentive.”Lassiter finished with 22 points, including a triple with 47 seconds remaining that tied the game at 106. Getting a bounce pass from Chris Ross off the sideline inbound, Lassiter banked in from just under the basket to save the Beermen’s blushes.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games opening“It’s good to have guys like Marcio and Chris who know how to play together,” added Austria, whose team led 89-63 late in the third period.The Picanto seemed poised for an upset when former San Miguel guard Rashawn McCarthy gave them a 104-103 lead. Glenn Khobuntin attacked the paint to extend the lead to 106-103 with 62 seconds left. PH military to look into China’s possible security threat to power grid MOST READ Later, Vic Manuel and JV Casio sparkled in crunchtime as Alaska dealt a huge blow to Rain or Shine’s bid for a twice-to-beat bonus by hammering out a thrilling 99-95 victory.Rain or Shine needs to sweep its remaining games against San Miguel and Barangay Ginebra to stay in the hunt for the remaining quarterfinal bonus.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES View comments Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim BeautyMNL open its first mall pop-up packed with freebies, discounts, and other exclusiveslast_img read more

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first_imgThe Sale Knockout 2007 will offer a Mens and Womens Division on Saturday 14th, with teams independently ranked and allocated to a draw (dependent on the number of entries) – there is no A, B or Social Grade. Teams will then be graded into a knockout finals system after their first three games.  All teams will be guaranteed at least 4 games. The ‘Sale Knockout 2007’ will include prize money for the Men’s and Women’s divisions (final amount to be confirmed)On Sunday 15th April, a Mixed division will run to the round robin format with A and Social Grades offered. There will be no prize money in the mixed divisions.We advise teams to check the attached Conditions of Entry and to secure their spot in the competition via submitting their deposit with the team entry forms (first-in basis), as places may be limited in the Men’s & Women’s draws.  Team entries and a $50 deposit are due by Monday 19th March.As in previous years, it promises to be another fun-packed weekend away.  Of course, a highlight will be the presentation function on Saturday night, hosted by Sale Football Club.Accommodation may be booked through the Gippsland Information Centre phone 1800 677 520 or (03) 5144 1108, or email [email protected], website www.gippslandinfo.com.au.Nomination Form Click HereCondition of Entry Click Herelast_img read more

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first_imgAre you looking for a thrilling career in the sports industry?Touch Football Australia (TFA) and the National Rugby League (NRL) are seeking suitably qualified applicants for the unique key leadership position of State Operations Manager – Tasmania, to be based in Hobart.TFA’s mission is to lead Touch Football and develop the dynamic sport to the position of Australia’s leading community sport. Rugby League is the Greatest Game of All with a vision to be the most entertaining, most engaging and most respected sport.  With dual reporting lines to the TFA General Manager, Regional Operations and NRL Affiliated States Manager, the successful candidate will be employed by TFA, yet actively represent both organisations across Tasmania. The successful candidate will capitalise on the first joint opportunity following the TFA and NRL strategic alliance. Crucial to this role will be the ability to manage and drive the delivery and expansion of TFA and NRL programs throughout Tasmania.Key responsibilities range from implementing strategies, policies and procedures to efficiently manage competitions and events, building key stakeholder relationships, as well as budget management and reporting. The ideal candidate for the role will have the following knowledge, skills and qualifications:·         Tertiary qualifications in sport management or related field are desirable ·         Demonstrated success in sports program delivery and competition management·         Excellent written and oral communication skills supported by interpersonal skills of a high order·         Proven experience working with volunteers in a non-profit environment·         Demonstrated experience and skills to work within a specific budget, operational plans and strategic plans·         Experience in working in a diverse team to achieve planned outcomes·         Demonstrated ability to consistently display customer services principles, practices and attributes·         Sound understanding of the structures and needs of the NRL and TFA communities·         Demonstrated computer literacy and competence in particular excel and database tools·         Demonstrated initiative and self-managementFor further information or to lodge your application (CV and cover letter addressing the selection criteria), please email [email protected] If you have a Rugby League specific questions relating to this role, please email Graham McNaney at [email protected] will close Friday, 12 September 2014 at 5.00pm EST.Related Filespd_sops_som_tfa_nrl_tas-pdfRelated LinksPosition Vacantlast_img read more

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first_imgAbout the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say ​Bournemouth boss Howe: Hyndman improved from Scotland stintby Ansser Sadiq10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBournemouth manager Eddie Howe is happy at the progress he has seen from Emerson Hyndman.The 22-year-old was on loan at Hibernian for six months.It was his second spell in Scotland, having previously been loaned out to Rangers. Now he is back with the team, adding to the competition for places in midfield.Howe said to reporters: “Emerson has done well in Scotland. We are really pleased with the progress he has made.””From the perspective of dealing with the media, big crowds and high expectations, Scottish football is excellent.”The football is high-tempo. It’s very similar to football in this country where it is blood and thunder and the games matter so much. The supporters are really passionate at every club.”It has been beneficial for him.” last_img read more

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first_imgFans cheer during a Florida State game.TALLAHASSEE, FL – SEPTEMBER 20: Fans cheer during play between the Clemson Tigers and the Florida State Seminoles at Doak Campbell Stadium on September 20, 2014 in Tallahassee, Florida. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)College sports fans, though passionate and loyal, can also be really, really annoying. But who’s the worst of the worst? We’ve gone through and picked out the 64 most annoying fan bases in college sports. You guys are going to tell us which deserves to be crowned the most intolerable of all. You can vote on the #BBN Region here, the #WeAre Region here and the #PAWWWL Region here.The 64 Most Annoying Fan Bases BracketMost AnnoyingVote On The #FSUTwitter Region Below1. Duke Basketball Fans vs. 16. Arizona Basketball FansdukearizonaArizona fans are a bit full of themselves, but nothing like Duke’s – supposedly. More Annoying: Duke Basketball Fans or Arizona Basketball Fans?2. Florida State Football Fans vs. 15. Baylor Football FansfsubaylorFans of a team that reached the College Football Playoff vs. fans who believe their team should have reached the College Football Playoff. More Annoying: Florida State Football Fans or Baylor Football Fans?3. USC Football Fans vs. 14. Rutgers Football FansuscrutgersFans who are more concerned with celebrities than football vs. fans who would have a hard time getting a celebrity to attend a game. More Annoying: USC Football Fans or Rutgers Football Fans?4. Fans Who Tweet At Recruits vs. 13. Ole Miss Football FanstweetcrootsolemissFans who enjoy tweeting at 17-year-old kids vs. fans who really like to tailgate. More Annoying: Tweeting Fans or Ole Miss Football Fans?5. West Virginia Football Fans vs. 12. Conference Realignment RumormongerswvurealignmentFans who burn couches too often vs. fans who think conference realignment is a game of musical chairs. More Annoying: West Virginia Football Fans or Rumormongers?6. Florida Football Fans vs. 11. NCAA ApologistsfloridancaaFans who hate former coaches vs. fans who think the NCAA has a clue about what it’s doing. More Annoying: Florida Football Fans or NCAA Apologists?7. North Carolina Basketball Fans vs. 10. Michigan State Basketball FansuncmsuFans of two storied programs who have their own fierce in-state rivalries. More Annoying: UNC Basketball Fans or Michigan State Basketball Fans?8. Oklahoma Football Fans vs. Kansas Basketball FansoukuFans of two squads whose teams consistently under-deliver in the postseason. More Annoying: Oklahoma Football Fans or Kansas Basketball Fans?Now Vote On The #WeAre Regionlast_img read more

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first_imgMichigan is one of the big winners of National Signing Day, landing No. 1 recruit Rashan Gary a few hours ago. That doesn’t impress everyone from the state, however. NBA All-Star and former Michigan State basketball great Draymond Green was tweeted at about Gary by a Michigan fan. In response, he brought up his recruitment, and the fact that former Michigan State running back Le’Veon Bell, now one of the NFL’s top rushers, was a two-star [email protected] yeah I was 127 out of 150 when I left high school and LeVeon bell was a 2 star. That never matters!!!— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) February 3, 2016Green wasn’t the top player in his class back in 2008, but he was a four-star recruit according to most recruiting services. His point about Bell is valid, however. ESPN, Rivals, and Scout all had Bell as a two-star. leveon bell espn 2-starleveon bell rivals 2-starleveon bell scout 2-starWhile schools like Michigan State often do well with diamonds in the rough, most coaches would rather fill their classes with known superstars, and take their chances that way.last_img read more

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Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue questions an official’s call during a game on Feb. 8 at in Cleveland, Ohio. Credit: Courtesy of TNSAlthough it may be a microcosm for the performance of the team in an entire final’s series, the first game of the 2016 NBA finals was a rocky one for the men of the Wine and Gold.A severe lack of bench scoring and minimal output by key team members led to the Cleveland Cavaliers dropping the game 104-89 to the Golden State Warriors. Golden State only really seemed to be challenged mid-way through the third, when Cleveland took its first and only lead of the game.45 bench points by the Warriors, 20 of which came from veteran guard Shaun Livingston, and just nine team turnovers made easy work of a fully healthy Cleveland squad. After having so many hopes running high that the starters were at full power this year, it would seem the Cavs are in trouble after the opening frame of the finals.Game 2While the Cavaliers have had a tendency to bounce back from ugly losses all season, it is worth noting how impressive the Warriors home record has been. Golden State is 39-2 at Oracle Arena this season, and has more than once pummeled teams in back-to-back appearances. In order to regain momentum and even the series at one apiece, there has to be more output from shooting guard JR Smith and the bench. Combined, the entire bench and Smith only picked up 13 of Cleveland’s 89 points. Channing Frye, picked up by Cleveland earlier in the season to solidifying the bench with a scoring big man at power forwards, played just seven minutes.During that time, he missed the only shot he took, grabbed only one rebound, and made two free throws. If the Cavs want to make a bigger impact tonight, the Smith and Frye have to pick up more points in Game 2. Forward Lebron James had an overall solid performance, and was only one assist shy of a triple-double.Look for point guard and unanimous MVP Steph Curry and shooting guard Klay Thompson to return to form in the next game. Combined, the Splash Brothers had just 20 points, a fairly anemic number compared to the numbers put up by the team during the course of the season. The Cavaliers will look to correct the mistakes of Game 1, the biggest being guarding Curry and Thompson, but forgetting about the rest of the team.Although the competition will be close, it seems the momentum earned by the Warriors paired with the success they have had at home spells trouble for Cleveland. Game 2 prediction: Golden State 111, Cleveland 101.Looking aheadDepending on if the Cavs fight back or experience another night of head scratching performances will dictate the rest of the finals.If the Warriors do pull ahead 2-0, it would most likely lead to the end of the title hopes to ‘Believeland,’ and could very well drive James out of Cleveland once again. But, if the Cavaliers claw their way back, look for fireworks when the Warriors come to Cleveland. All eyes will be on Game 2, which is slated for June 5 at 9 p.m at Oracle Arena read more

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Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor (2) avoids the sack during a game against the Denver Broncos Sept. 23 at Sports Authority Field. Denver won, 37-21.Credit: Courtesy of MCTIt is a day some people saw as unlikely, and others saw as imminent: Terrelle Pryor has a starting quarterback job in the NFL.The former Ohio State signal caller is most known around Columbus for his involvement in the 2011 NCAA violations, known as “Tattoo-Gate,” in which he was found to have sold memorabilia and received improper benefits.Pryor was named the Oakland Raiders starter coming out of training camp, beating out Matt Flynn, who the organization traded for in the offseason as well as 2013 NFL Draft pick Matt McGloin.However, three games into a season is usually the time to assess one’s play, especially the offensive leader of a 1-2 team.In his first start of 2013 (Pryor’s first career start came in a 2012 Week 17 loss in place of an injured Carson Palmer), Pryor and the Raiders fell to Indianapolis, 21-17, thanks to Andrew Luck’s game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter. Pryor’s gutsy performance earned him national recognition however, as his 112 rushing yards led the league that day, running backs included.The following week brought Pryor his first career victory in a sloppy game all around. The Raiders beat the woeful Jacksonville Jaguars 19-9, while Pryor passed for just 126 yards.The third-round pick of the 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft had his best statistical outing on Monday night in a lopsided loss to Peyton Manning’s Denver Broncos. Despite being the matchup’s lesser quarterback, Pryor notched respectable career highs as a starter in passing yards (281), completion percentage (67.9) and passer rating (112.4).Pryor has ample opportunity to improve his numbers and reverse his team’s fortune in the coming weeks, as five of Oakland’s next six opponents currently sport losing records.If Pryor struggles through this stretch, expect Raider coach Dennis Allen to hand the offense’s reigns over to backup Flynn. The former Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson backup, who is guaranteed $6.5 million from the Raiders this season according to the San Francisco Chronicle, is once again holding a clipboard on the sideline.A big hit late Monday night against Denver left Pryor with a concussion; he is currently listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against Washington. If unable to play, Flynn will get a chance to prove himself in front of the Raider faithful.It will be interesting to see how Pryor leads the Raiders moving forward. Whether in fantasy football or in real life it is hard to deny that the Jeanette, Pa., quarterback is fun to watch. That is, of course, if you’ve forgiven him for his role in “Tattoo-Gate.” read more

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first_imgBayern Munich have confirmed that Manuel Neur has returned to training with the squad after a lengthy six month absence due to a foot injuryThe Goalkeeper completed a series of goalkeeping drills at Bayern’s Sabener Strasse training ground on Thursday and had only resumed running outdoors last week.The 32 year-old, who has been sidelined since September, has been under pressure from Germany coach, Joachim Low, to return to regular action before the upcoming World Cup or he will have to omit him from the final squad for Russia this summer.“For the first time in more than six months, Manuel Neuer has completed a light session of dedicated goalkeeping training and confidently beat away shots at his goal,” Bayern stated via their official website.rb leipzig, bayern munichReport: Bayern are held by Leipzig George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Bayern Munich was held to another draw, this time by RB Leipzig.Bayern Munich finds themselves in the unfamiliar position of sitting third in the…“The FCB number one resumed running last Tuesday – and now he’s back on the ball.”Sven Ulreich has deputised well in Neuer’s absence, but the former Schalke 04 star has previously announced his intentions to return to action by the end of this month,Jupp Heynckes’ side face Augsburg on Saturday, knowing a win will be enough to secure the title.last_img read more

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