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We Have The Pictures of Most Adorable Cat Pictures – OnlineNewsPaperHere are some adorable cat pictures that were sent t...
11/20/2015
We Have The Pictures of Most Adorable Cat Pictures – OnlineNewsPaper

We Have The Pictures of Most Adorable Cat Pictures – OnlineNewsPaper

Here are some adorable cat pictures that were sent to us: Some cats will climb into anything! Others just want to nap! And then there is this one… I don’t think most…

Here are some adorable cat pictures that were sent to us: Some cats will climb into anything! Others just want to nap! And then there is this one… I don’t think most dogs would chase this cat: Nap Time! Comments comments More Cute Posts: Awesome Dog Pictures Chihuahua Puppy vs Kitten How To Make...

When a cat leaves its tongue hanging out, the world is brighter, if only for a moment.Normally it’s dogs that have the r...
11/20/2015
Cats With Their Tongues Out – OnlineNewsPaper

When a cat leaves its tongue hanging out, the world is brighter, if only for a moment.

Normally it’s dogs that have the reputation of having their tongues hanging out, but these adorable cats are giving their canine cousins a run for their money. Comments comments More Cute Posts: Hilarious Cats and Dogs Cute Grumpy Cats…

Normally it’s dogs that have the reputation of having their tongues hanging out, but these adorable cats are giving their canine cousins a run for their money. Comments comments More Cute Posts: Hilarious Cats and Dogs Cute Grumpy Cats Adventures of a Very Cute Kitty Cats, Chicks and a Pitbull...

Cute kitty..
11/20/2015

Cute kitty..

Please.. Please.. Please..
11/18/2015

Please.. Please.. Please..

Cute Cat Sleeping..
11/18/2015

Cute Cat Sleeping..

Cute friendship
11/18/2015

Cute friendship

Cute baby pandas...
11/17/2015

Cute baby pandas...

2016 Kia Cadenza previewed for Korea, North AmericaThe first teaser sketches for the new 2016 Kia Cadenza have hit inbox...
11/16/2015

2016 Kia Cadenza previewed for Korea, North America

The first teaser sketches for the new 2016 Kia Cadenza have hit inboxes today, offering a first look at a more aggressively replacement for the current model.

Known in its South Korean homeland as the K7, the Cadenza is a large sedan that sits above the Optima – known there as the K5 – in Kia’s family-car range.

Although the Cadenza has never been offered in Australia, it is closely related to the Hyundai Azera, which has been offered here in previous generations as the Grandeur.

Kia says the new 2016 Cadenza “will set new benchmarks for cutting-edge design” – suggesting that, just maybe, today’s stylised sketches may not be quite as heavily exaggerated as they appear.

At the front end, the new Cadenza looks likely to boast a new evolution of Kia’s now familiar ‘tiger nose’ grille, with a narrower and deeper design set between a diving bonnet and large fog-light bezels.

A tall and largely unfussy design dominates through the doors and high-set belt-line, below a long sloping D-pillar and a short rear deck.

I could be cute as these cute bunnies....
11/16/2015

I could be cute as these cute bunnies....

How's Economical Vehicle..
11/16/2015

How's Economical Vehicle..

This Toy Is Only Mine, I Won't Give It To Anyone..
11/16/2015

This Toy Is Only Mine, I Won't Give It To Anyone..

Awesome Shiba Inu #Puppy
11/16/2015

Awesome Shiba Inu #Puppy

iPhone 7 Rumor: Future Apple Inc. Smartphone Could Squirt Water From Speaker PortsThe built-in iPhone speakers and micro...
11/14/2015

iPhone 7 Rumor: Future Apple Inc. Smartphone Could Squirt Water From Speaker Ports

The built-in iPhone speakers and microphones are often the most exposed and easiest areas for water to enter the smartphone. But Apple may have found a way to get that liquid out -- without the need for a bag of uncooked rice.

An Apple Inc. patent application published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Thursday, titled “Liquid Expulsion From An Orifice,” details an invention which uses electrical charges to move liquid from the iPhone’s speaker components and push it out through the speaker and microphone ports. The feature would be activated once water was detected by pressure, optical or moisture sensors.

Another version of the invention would take a more proactive approach to preventing water from entering the speaker at all by combining a protective screen mesh on the outside of a speaker port with a negative electric charge to prevent liquids from seeping in. But in cases where water is already inside the iPhone’s speaker, it proposes using a positive electric charge on the protective screen mesh to help draw out the water. Alternatively, Apple proposes using sounds waves generated from a speaker to extract water from an iPhone.

While Apple hasn’t officially said any of its smartphones are waterproof, it has shown increased interest toward improving their resistance to liquid damage. One patent application from Apple, published in March, revealed an invention that used hydrophobic coatings on internal components to reduce the chance of water destroying the innards. Apple’s latest smartphone -- the iPhone 6S -- was also revealed to have a number of new rubber gaskets to help prevent liquid from seeping into the device, iFixIt discovered.

As with many of Apple’s patent applications and filings, it’s unknown if or when it plans to implement the feature in one of its products. Apple first filed the patent application on May 12, 2014, and credits Apple product design staff for the invention, including Stephen P. Zadesky, Fletcher Rothkopf and Ashley E. Fletcher.

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11/14/2015

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This Has To Be The Most Gentle, And Cutest, Dog I’ve Ever Seen
11/12/2015

This Has To Be The Most Gentle, And Cutest, Dog I’ve Ever Seen

I have no clue of a name for this, but he is stunning
11/10/2015

I have no clue of a name for this, but he is stunning

Cute bird...
11/08/2015

Cute bird...

Waiting for Christmas Holidays..
11/06/2015

Waiting for Christmas Holidays..

Cute kitten...
11/06/2015

Cute kitten...

Aww....black labrador retriever puppy.
11/05/2015

Aww....black labrador retriever puppy.

How to have this pumpkin...
11/03/2015

How to have this pumpkin...

Finally ... Freedom..
11/02/2015

Finally ... Freedom..

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10/30/2015

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Mora girls tennis heads to Becker tournamentHighlights: Our team win for this match came down to Morgan Brettingen (four...
10/22/2015

Mora girls tennis heads to Becker tournament

Highlights: Our team win for this match came down to Morgan Brettingen (four singles), who was still on the court when the rest of the matches had finished already. With the score tied at 3-3, Brettingen needed to win her match to pull off the win for the team. Morgan powered through her first set, winning 6-3, but faltered a bit in the second set, losing 3-6. This sent her to a thrilling third set, where she demonstrated her physical and mental toughness and battled through to win 7-5

Highlights: Our two points for this match came from two of our doubles teams. Our first doubles team of senior captains Kennadie Anderson and Katie Murner played well and came out on top with a score of 6-4, 6-4 in their win. Our third doubles team of senior Julia Gams and junior Theja Ingebrand played a great game and won 6-4, 7-6 (7-4). This was Gams and Ingebrand’s third match playing together this year and they are proving to be tough opponents.

Cross Country ConferenceWith three consecutive Granite Ridge Conference championships, three Section 7AA titles, and thr...
10/20/2015

Cross Country Conference

With three consecutive Granite Ridge Conference championships, three Section 7AA titles, and three trips to the state tournament, the recent successes of the Mora Mustangs volleyball team are well-known.
As players and coaches prepare for post-season play, they look to extend that tradition despite changed circumstances.
The team’s legacy is on their minds 24-7, according to senior captain Taylor Nowling. “People ask us about it all the time, both in school and out, family members, other coaches: ‘Are you going to State?’ We tell them we’re taking it game by game, and trying our hardest.”
Head coach Lisa Gustafson said the team has worked hard to adjust to changes in the team structure. “We lost three big hitters from last year, so we had some big shoes to fill,” Gustafson said. “It takes some time to rebuild team chemistry and gradually we’re getting there. We’re finding our consistency and our ‘go-to’ girls.”

Unfinished Business review – Anne-Marie Slaughter rests on her laurelsIn July 2012, an article by Anne-Marie Slaughter c...
10/16/2015

Unfinished Business review – Anne-Marie Slaughter rests on her laurels

In July 2012, an article by Anne-Marie Slaughter called “Why women still can’t have it all” went viral. Clocking up tens of thousands of social media shares, it was the talking point of the summer and spawned a cottage industry of counter-articles. In her new book, Unfinished Business, Slaughter informs us that “within five days the online version had received over 40,000 views”. A week later, it had hit a million views, and “today it’s the most read article in the 150-year history of the Atlantic, with an estimated 2.7m views”. Clearly, Slaughter’s exposure of the “having it all” scam had hit a nerve.

Slaughter, a former director of policy planning for the US State Department and one-time dean of Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, is now back with a book on the same theme. It’s not hard to see why someone thought this was a good idea. The success of Slaughter’s opening ploy made it clear there was an appetite for this discussion. And, given her deft handling of this important and complex topic, there was much to hope for from Slaughter, given the time and space to expand on her theme.

Unfinished Business is, however, something of a disappointment. Perhaps it is a victim of the success of the original article: there is nothing much to disagree with here, Slaughter’s analysis is acute, and the book undoubtedly contains useful information and advice. But where the original Atlantic piece delivered a punchy and purposeful argument, the book-length version leaves the reader with a sense of frustration at an opportunity missed.

Slaughter’s article was what you might call a thinkpiece: something of an extended and convincing hunch, backed up by well chosen anecdotes and the occasional illuminating statistic thrown in here and there. It was not, and nor was it intended as, a piece of scholarly research. This is fine for an article, but for a book to justify its length it really needs far more hard data than is in evidence here. Instead, much of the extra space afforded Slaughter is filled up with more anecdotes on a theme. These are interesting and relevant, but after a while they start to feel like a list and you’re left longing for some solid information.

Slaughter is at her best when exploring new territory. Her chapter on how the inflexibility of the workplace particularly affects low-paid workers is shocking and hard-hitting. Here, her statistics (nearly 70% of low-wage workers in the US don’t get paid sick days and nearly one-quarter of adults in the US have been fired or threatened with job loss for taking time off for illness or to care for a sick loved one) are illuminated by the specific (the case of Rhiannon Broschat who couldn’t find someone to mind her child when Chicago schools were closed because of snow and was fired from Whole Foods), and the book comes alive. It is tantalising, reading this, to think of what might have been.

Slaughter’s message is a welcome one. She argues with conviction for the need to revalue unpaid care, for a revolution in masculinity so men who care aren’t labelled failures. She makes a strong case for the need to revolutionise our workplaces too, and gives examples of how flexible working is already having a positive impact on both workers and businesses (97% of companies that have adopted a more flexible approach to working see increased productivity; 88% of employees report greater job satisfaction). It’s just a shame that when it comes to the areas addressed in her original article Slaughter has rested on her laurels, because it leaves Unfinished Business feeling rather, well, unfinished.

NBN coming to 1.5 million more Queensland homes in next three yearsThe National Broadband Network is coming to another 1...
10/16/2015

NBN coming to 1.5 million more Queensland homes in next three years

The National Broadband Network is coming to another 1.5 Queensland homes in the next three years, but the size of the state means not everyone will have access to the same technology.
The next Queensland rollout will have homes from Brisbane to western Queensland and the far north connected, including another 663,000 in Brisbane.
But not everyone will receive the same connection.
While some homes will have their NBN connected through existing hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC) pay TV cable, others will receive fibre-to-the-node, while some will connect through fibre-to-the-premises and others still will see wireless connections only.

Queensland NBN corporate affairs manager Kylie Lindsay said it was the best solution for the state.
"Due to the nature and size of Queensland, we're planning to use a mix of technologies to deliver the network at the least cost to taxpayers and as quickly as possible, using the best fit solution for each area," she said in a statement.
"This means you may have seen your area listed before in a previous plan, but it may have moved due to a change in the anticipated technology in the new rollout plans."
The government plans to have 8 million premises connected to the national network by 2020.

Lost koala on Gold Coast building site 'not an oddity': wildlife groupAn animal rescue group has posted pictures of a di...
10/16/2015

Lost koala on Gold Coast building site 'not an oddity': wildlife group

An animal rescue group has posted pictures of a disoriented koala wandering a desolate Gold Coast development site, saying the iconic Australian mammal represents countless native fauna left homeless by land clearing.
Wildcare Australia president Karen Scott said volunteers rescued the young koala from the site on Monday, after she was found wandering amid a cleared parcel of land in Pimpama that, until six weeks ago, was covered by bushland.
The koala, named Ash by her rescuers, was reported by builders working on the site.

I think a lot of people see cleared areas and they realise in the back of their mind it was once habitat for wildlife but until you see a photo like that, you don't realise that a koala, which is supposed to be an iconic Australian species, has no home left," Ms Scott said.

"And its not just koalas, every species that lived there, possums, gliders, carpet pythons, all of those animals have either been killed or lost their homes."
Ms Scott said while wildlife conservation plans instituted by the Gold Coast City Council were largely effective prior to the arrival of bulldozers, they did not account for habitual species such as koalas, which were often left disoriented by the loss of their homes upon their return weeks later.

"When you look at a photo like that, you can see that while birds can fly away, a lot of smaller, slower moving animals, like frogs and echidnas, are not going to move away," she said.
"Koalas are habitual, they know where their favourite trees are, so when she gets there, there's nothing left.
"We're getting them in because they are hit by cars and attacked by dogs, a number of koalas are found wandering frantically across highways and into suburban backyards."

A spokeswoman for Gold Coast City Council said the Pimpama area had been identified as a major regional activity centre in the South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009-2031.
She said the council had adopted the Koala Conservation Plan for East Coomera in July 2014 and a number of measures to protect native fauna had to be undertaken by developers as part of their agreed development application requirements.
"Conditions of approval require a vegetation management plan, fauna management plan and a pre-clearing fauna assessment," she said.
"A spotter catcher and koala spotter are required to be on site during the vegetation clearing process.
"Works are to cease for a radius of at least 25 metres to 30 metres if a koala is located within a tree.
"Clearing of remnant vegetation is restricted to a maximum two hectares per day."
Ms Scott said the young homeless koala found at the site was far from alone.
"It's not an oddity, this is just happening everywhere," she said.
"On development sites, once it's cleared, there's nothing for the animals to go back to.
"Where there are large amounts of land being cleared, a lot of animals are being displaced and found in areas that they typically wouldn't be found."
Ash was taken to Currumbin Wildlife Hospital for treatment.

Zephyr boys soccer takes 3MAHTOMEDI — The Zephyr boys soccer team took Simley 3-0 Sept. 15 in its first conference game ...
09/22/2015

Zephyr boys soccer takes 3

MAHTOMEDI — The Zephyr boys soccer team took Simley 3-0 Sept. 15 in its first conference game of the season.
The game marked a rematch of last year's section final. Senior Mike Osmian put in the first goal on a scramble in front of the net. Osmian assisted on a cross headed in at the back post by senior captain Logan Morrison. Senior Joey Benning had an insurance goal in a 3-0 final score.
On Sept. 17, the visiting South St. Paul Packers couldn't overcome the Zephyr fire power, succumbing 5-2. Osmian and junior Dylan James each scored twice, and senior captain Tyler Pieper also scored.
The team ended the week with a 3-0 victory at Duluth Denfeld Sept. 19.
The Hunters were no match for the Zephyrs, led by Osmian with a hat trick. His third goal was a skillful volley drilled past the Hunters' keeper in the middle of the second half.

Two dead in Braham collisionCorrection: the originally posted version of this story incorrectly stated that the two dece...
09/22/2015

Two dead in Braham collision

Correction: the originally posted version of this story incorrectly stated that the two deceased persons were females when the deceased were actually one male and one female.
Two people have been pronounced dead in a car accident southwest of Braham at the intersection of Highway 65 and Highway 107 at approximately 2 p.m. today.
According to the report by the Minnesota State Patrol, 78-year-old Marjorie Riperton of Redwood Falls was driving a 2011 Ford Fusion and had stopped at the stop sign facing west. A dump truck was headed north on Hwy. 65 when car then proceeded west in an alleged attempt to cross Hwy. 65. The car was struck in the center of the left northbound lane. Both Riperton and her passenger, 84-year-old Glenn Houtkooper of Redwood Falls, died in the crash.

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