Fournette apologises for fight with Bills, says Jaguars' loss is on him

Leonard Fournette issued an apology on Instagram after he was involved in an altercation during the Jacksonville Jaguars' loss to the Buffalo Bills. The 23-year-old running back was ejected after he threw a punch at Buffalo defensive lineman Shaq Lawson in the third quarter and their argument continued in the tunnel heading to the locker room. Jacksonville went on to fall 24-21 on Sunday.
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Salomon and Craftsbury Green Racing Project Announce Partnership

Craftsbury Green Racing Project 2019 The Craftsbury Green Racing Project (GRP) elite nordic skiing and biathlon team is excited to announce a new partnership with Salomon. Starting with the winter 2018/2019 racing season, the GRP skiers and biathletes will be training in Salomon outerwear during domestic camps and competitions. The 2018/19 Green Racing Project team is made up of eight biathletes and eight cross-country skiers, including six Olympians from the 2018 Pyeongchang Games. Coaches Pep...
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(Re)Introducing Peter Turnley

We're starting our Fall print sale tomorrow morning at 6:00. It's an official TOP sale this year, and every purchase will help benefit this site, as well as, of course, the photographer. We're offering three collector prints of new work by my good friend Peter Turnley. This might sound hard to believe if you've been reading this site for a while, but some readers will need an introduction to Peter. Much as I'd like to keep every reader forever (and do have some readers who have been with me for ...
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Racecar Leaps Into Photographers’ Box During Formula 3 Race in Macau, China

Photographers put their lives on the line more often than we’d like to admit. Image via Chris Peeters from And some racing photographers over in China got an up close and personal meeting with a racecar when it leapt from the track and into the booth with them. It all went down at the Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix and, thankfully, no one was killed. To give you some idea of how fast the car was traveling, PetaPixel reports that the speed was 270km/h or 168mph. That’s absolutely insane...
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Ariana Grande Responds to Fan Who Accused Her of ‘Milkin’ Mac Miller’s Death

Taking a time out. Ariana Grande announced that she is putting her Twitter account on pause after a fan accused her of exploiting her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller’s death. Celebrity Deaths in 2018: Stars We’ve Lost The dig came from a fan who posted a story on Twitter on Friday, November 23, which referenced Grande’s Thanksgiving tribute to the late “Small Worlds” rapper. “She milkin this s–t, bruh,” the commenter wrote. The “God Is a Woman” singer, 25, responded to the tweet on Sunday, N...
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Instagram Rolls Out Design Update That Undercuts Narcissism, Promotes Quality Content

We brought you a headliner the other day about Instagram de-emphasizing follower counts in future iterations. And today we caught a glimpse of the future and, boy, they weren’t kidding. Image via from In a bid to make Instagram about the content and not about the likes and follows, the division under Facebook is redesigning its interface to put content front and center as well as otherwise bury things like the vaunted “Follower” count so many people love. Aside from ...
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The Best Camera is Your Axe

Recently, a commenter here said he liked his Olympus E-PL6 with the 17mm ƒ/1.8. "Tried other lenses," he added, "but that's the one I like." Another said he liked his Leica M6 and Summilux-M lens. Another, his 4x5. ("So guess it's a horse buggy for me?" he asked.) One likes his Nikon D700 a lot; another owns a Sony RX10 Mark III. One just bought a new Nikon Z7, and another has a Fuji GX50R on order. Yet another named a number of different cameras he owns and says he likes shooting all of them at...
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Huge List of Free/Cheap ShopRite Unadvertised Deals for The Week

ShopRite Coupons This is not the full list of ShopRite unadvertised deals but here are some of the super cheap and FREE items you can get this week in addition to the regular ShopRite Coupon Match Ups.  We’ll post the full list of Unadvertised ShopRite Deals tomorrow.   More ShopRite Deals You’ll Love: Read more about Huge List of Free/Cheap ShopRite Unadvertised Deals for The Week
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This covers off ALL of the fundamentals

Ever head that saying, “A moment to learn, a lifetime to master”? For photographers, one of the fundamental parts of learning the craft is coming to grips with the exposure triangle – how ISO, shutter speed and aperture all interact. If you can nail that, you will be able to get great exposure every time. Moreover, you will be able to make intentional decisions about your depth of field, noise, and blur. These are elements that can make or break an image. Pok Rie Now, learning that doesn't tak...
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Su’s birthday dinner at mom’s

Today Su had her birthday! I gave her a fitbit watch and some other bits, and we went to my mom’s house for lunch. As often happens, my Dad and Ailz picked us up on their way up and we all went together. My sister Alice couldn’t make it as her kids were sickly, so this visit was the first time we’ve done for ages with only adults! It meant a lot of adult conversation over the delicious meal of lamb shank: Nationalism, Trump, Brexit and whether facts/reality are going to sally forth some time soo...
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This video shows why you need to be cautious when buying used online

I’ve bought a lot of used photography gear over the years. Mostly from the used sections of known retailers, but occasionally I’ll find something on eBay or in a Facebook group that looks like a great deal and piques my interest. And while most used gear deals online are genuine, there are a few unscrupulous […] The post This video shows why you need to be cautious when buying used online appeared first on DIY Photography.
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Tech giants offer empty apologies because users can’t quit

A true apology consists of a sincere acknowledgement of wrong-doing, a show of empathic remorse for why you wronged and the harm it caused, and a promise of restitution by improving ones actions to make things right. Without the follow-through, saying sorry isn’t an apology, it’s a hollow ploy for forgiveness. That’s the kind of “sorry” we’re getting from tech giants — an attempt to quell bad PR and placate the afflicted, often without the systemic change necessary to prevent repeated problems. ...
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Epic Video of Rocket Launch Captured by the International Space Station

Describing something as out of this world is a bit cliche. But isn't it appropriately used if the actual thing you're describing is taken from way above the Earth's surface? We think so and that's why we're amazed by this video from space. Image via Pixabay from This video is truly out of this world: Alexander Gerst, an astronaut with the European Space Agency, released an absolutely epic video that captured a rocket leaving Earth and on its way to the ISS. Resting some 250 miles a...
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Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Sean McGrail from OpenFrame

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with Sean McGrail from OpenFrame. Without further ado… What do you do? I am the chief revenue office at OpenFrame, a unique 360 camera that attaches to an iPhone and it allows a Real Estate Agent to quickly, simply and affordably capture, edit and share a video tour of a property. What problem does your product/service solve? I spoke to 4,000+ real estate agents and they told me the current solutions to create video of a prop...
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Nikon’s Z mount can take autofocus lenses with super wide f/0.65 apertures

At trade show Salon de la photo 2018 in Paris, French photography blog Mizuwari got to sit down with Nikon France Director of Marketing and Communication, Nicolas Gillet to talk about the new Nikon mirrorless cameras. Mizuwari transcribed the interview, where they talk about the f/1.4 limitation of the Nikon F mount, and how the new […] The post Nikon’s Z mount can take autofocus lenses with super wide f/0.65 apertures appeared first on DIY Photography.
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What Type of Photographer Are You?

I am a landscape photographer. At least I tried to be. For years, that is what I did and what I wanted to do. I even got reasonably good at it. Not as good as I wanted to be, but still… reasonably good. But then things changed. What things? Kids. Try leaving $10,000 worth of gear on top of a tripod and see how comfortable you are with a couple of toddlers playing under it. Talk about nerve-wracking. For now, for me, landscape photography is a tough ask. I get to it when I can, but that is about ...
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Awesome Tech You Can’t Buy Yet: Glass galaxies, trailboards, tetrahedral chairs

Check out our roundup of the best new crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the web this week. You may not be able to buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk! The post Awesome Tech You Can’t Buy Yet: Glass galaxies, trailboards, tetrahedral chairs appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Outdoors, Mobile, Gaming, Wearables, Photography, Crowdfunding, Cars, Trends, Computing, Home Theater, Kickstarter, Smart Home, Health & Fitness, Emerging Tech, Awesome tech you can't buy yet

Moussa Sissoko trolled Harry Kane after the Chelsea game

Moussa Sissoko vs Chelsea What’s happened to Moussa Sissoko? For much of his Tottenham career, Sissoko has been picked on by rival fans. Sissoko has been portrayed as a figure of fun. But no more. Against Chelsea on Saturday in the Premier League, Sissoko was on fire. Whether defensively or offensively, everything Sissoko did against Chelsea was on point. And the French midfielder was unlucky to not chalk up an assist in the win. Get notified! About the best football betting tips from ind...
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Beyond Bodega Bites: This Man Wants More People To Eat 'Vegan In The Hood'

Erick Castro's Instagram account is spreading the gospel of an affordable plant-based diet, especially to lower-income residents of New York. Now, he's got a vegan restaurant, too.(Image credit: Mary Maths/NPR)
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Life on Easdale, the smallest permanently-inhabited island of the Inner Hebrides – in pictures

Murdo MacLeod captures the beauty of Eilean Eisdeal, off Scotland’s west coast Continue reading...
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UFC fighter Paige VanZant and model Charlotte McKinney told us how they deal with stalkers and harassers on Instagram

People ought to think twice about harassing Paige VanZant online. She punches people for a living. But they do it anyway. UFC fighter VanZant and model Charlotte McKinney told us how they deal with creepy or dangerous online fans. McKinney has a time-delay tactic to avoid stalkers, who have harassed her family members. Sometimes, being "Instagram famous" isn't much fun. Sure, you might have millions of adoring fans. And yes, brands might give you sponsorship money for exposure on your account...
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Just how to Produce a Figure Analysis Essay

The next analogy for depleted parents may function as the example of the tree. There are a lot of people matters that pupils can perform on their computer which their parents aren’t also conscious of. In summary, as some one within the middle, I can take a look at kids and grandchildren to help me recall where I Have been, including take a glance at parents to watch where I’m going. Regrettably, a few grand parents are divided from their children and grandchildren due to family feuds and so fo...
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