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Episode 24: What Does the Federal Government Shutdown Mean for Legal Information?

With the partial government shutdown approaching one month, Marlene and Greg attempt to make some sense of what this means for those of us who rely upon the information produced by the US Government. On this episode, we have an extended talk with Emily Feltren, Director of Government Relations at the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) to uncover what’s working and what’s shutdown. While the federal courts are still functioning, they are running on borrowed time, and are scheduled to r...
Tags: Security, Podcast, Florida, Law, Uncategorized, US, Aaron Swartz, Pew Research Center, Forbes, Moss, Joel, Greg, Aaron, OMB, Law Librarians, American Association of Law Libraries AALL


BikePortland is at TRB AM thanks to TREC at PSU

These stickers (modeled by Portland State University’s Michael Espinoza) are a hot commodity at the conference.(Photo: @TRECPdx on Instagram) Publisher’s Note: I realize that’s a lot of acronyms for a headline; but anyone who cares about the big transportation research conference happening in Washington D.C. this week is probably fluent in them. The Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting is the most important wonky gathering of the year. It’s such a big deal that we hired Portland o...
Tags: Lyft, Washington, Research, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, PSU, Walter, Portland State University, Aaron, Washington Convention Center, Aaron Brown, Transportation Research Board, TREC, TRB


BikePortland is at TRB thanks to TREC at PSU

These stickers (modeled by Portland State University’s Michael Espinoza) are a hot commodity at the conference.(Photo: @TRECPdx on Instagram) Publisher’s Note: I realize that’s a lot of acronyms for a headline; but anyone who cares about the big transportation research conference happening in Washington D.C. this week is probably fluent in them. The Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting is the most important wonky gathering of the year. It’s such a big deal that we hired Portl...
Tags: Lyft, Washington, Research, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, PSU, Walter, Portland State University, Aaron, Washington Convention Center, Aaron Brown, Transportation Research Board, Jonathan Maus, TREC


‘Minecraft’ Movie to Be Helmed by ‘Nick and Norah’s Infinity Playlist’ Director Peter Sollett

The Minecraft movie has found its new director. Following It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia co-creator and star Rob McElhenney‘s departure from the director’s chair after three years, Peter Sollett has been tapped as the new Minecraft movie director and writer. The Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist director steps up to helm the long-anticipated film adaptation of the popular video game of the same name. For a video game about building, it’s certainly taking a long time for the Minecraft movie...
Tags: Movies, Video Games, Office, Adaptation, Philadelphia, Minecraft, Steve Carell, Warner Bros, NICK, Warner Brothers, Vertigo, Adam Nee, Aaron, Carell, Peter-Sollett, Rob McElhenney


To do tonight in San Francisco: commemorating the sixth anniversary of Aaron Swartz's death

Lisa Rein writes, "there is a big event going on tonight at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco on this Sixth Anniversary of Aaron’s tragic death; with a Q & A, followed by DJs, history and art till 2am."
Tags: Post, News, Aaronsw, San Francisco, Events, Mit, Aaron Swartz, Open Access, Recap, Pacer, Aaron, Lisa Rein, Dna Lounge, Rip Aaron


Nori Media Group Refuses Comment on Plagiarism in Tim Clinton’s Ignite Your Faith. Guest Post by Aaron New

Guest post by Aaron New Tim Clinton, President of the American Association of Christian Counselors and Executive Director of the James Dobson Family Institute, faced questions of plagiarism and ghost-writing last year.  Blog host Warren Throckmorton has documented many of those questions here.  I have compiled a long list of my questions and concerns here.  Clinton has consistently denied, through a spokesman, plagiarizing any material. On more than one occasion, Clinton has declared a “zero-tol...
Tags: Health, Davis, Infertility, Clinton, Trump, Nori, Aaron, James Dobson, AACC, Christian Post, Warren Throckmorton, Tim Clinton, American Association of Christian Counselors, Aaron New, Ed Clinton, Max Davis Because


Whicker: It all started when Aaron Donald became agile and hostile in Mobile

The beauty pageant begins in Mobile, Ala. Coaches, scouts, general managers and hangers-on migrate to the Gulf to see college players practice, then play the Senior Bowl, with real live NFL coaching staffs running the show. The town was not named after Aaron Donald, who showed up five years ago. But there’s time to spread that rumor. He was a defensive tackle from Pittsburgh who spent most of his college days in offensive backfields. Yet he was, and is, only six feet tall. “Why are you here?” as...
Tags: Washington, Sports, NFL, Drew Brees, Sport, Soccer, Cbs, Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers, Sirius Xm, Minnesota Vikings, St Louis, Seahawks, Redskins, Robert Griffin Iii, Savage


Yankees sign Billy Burns to minors deal

It's been a minute since Billy Burns was at the top of his game. Per reports from Brandon Warne of Zone Coverage and Fancred's Jon Heyman, the Yankees inked the veteran outfielder to yet another minors pact for 2019. Burns, 29, spent the entirety of his 2018 run with the Royals' Triple-A affiliate, slashing a respectable, if underwhelming .255/.314/.316 with four home runs, 10 stolen bases (in 18 chances), and 36 RBI through 425 plate appearances. While he's not all that far ...
Tags: News, Royals, Yankees, New York Yankees, Burns, Aaron, Stanton, Brett Gardner, Billy Burns, Clint Frazier, Jon Heyman, Brandon Warne, Giancarlo Stanton Aaron Hicks


New Year’s resolutions Wisconsinites

It’s that time of the season when we all plan out a list of resolutions for the year ahead of us, but in Wisconsin, our beloved culture makes certain goals almost impossible to achieve. From cutting back on our consumption of cheese to buying fewer knickknacks, here are seven New Year’s resolutions Wisconsinites make but rarely keep. 1. Drink less Miller Lite, old fashioneds, homebrews, and anything else alcoholic. Wisconsin ranks as one the top 10 states that consume the most alcohol, so ...
Tags: Travel, PBR, Wisconsin, Harley Davidson, All, Mary, Aaron, Packers, Brett, Miller Lite, Wisconsinites, Wisconsin culture


Faith Across the Multiverse, Parables from Modern Science- Part 1, The Language of Mathematics, Chapter 3: Sovereignty in a Time of Spanners By Andy Walsh

Faith Across the Multiverse, Parables from Modern Science- Part 1, The Language of Mathematics, Chapter 3: Sovereignty in a Time of Spanners By Andy Walsh We are blogging through the book, “Faith Across the Multiverse, Parables from Modern Science” by Andy Walsh.  Today is Chapter 3: Sovereignty in a Time of Spanners.  In this chapter Walsh takes up the issue of God’s sovereignty and man’s free will.  He raise the following questions:  Is every outcome foreordained by God and do we bear any res...
Tags: Japan, New York City, Israel, Religion, Earth, Egypt, George Orwell, Jurassic Park, Jesus, God, Laura Dern, Moses, Walsh, Aaron, Jeff Goldblum, Jordan River


‘Resolution’ Proves All the New ‘Doctor Who’ Needed Was an Old Villain

The 11th season of Doctor Who ended with something of a whimper, so it was up to the New Year’s Day special to wrap up Jodie Whittaker‘s first year as the 13th Doctor with a bang. Thankfully, “Resolution” more than delivers. The newly established New Year’s Day special already had a high bar to leap after the BBC sci-fi series moved from its beloved Christmas Day slot that it occupied for 13 years. It was a weird Christmas tradition, but a comforting one — Doctor Who‘s unique brand of heartwarm...
Tags: Movies, Gchq, Doctor Who, Sci-fi, Bbc, Features, Sheffield, Graham, Bbc America, Aaron, Ryan, Lin, Ritchie, Chris Chibnall, Dalek, Whittaker


Scripture Speaks:the Solemnity of Mary, Holy Mother of God

What was it like for Mary to be the Mother of God?  Our Gospel reading gives some hints. Gospel (Read Lk 2:16-21) Included in the Octave of Christmas is today’s solemnity, which gives us an opportunity to think about Mary’s participation in the Incarnation.  We know, of course, that the description of Mary as “Mother of God” came as a result of confusion in the early years of Christianity over the exact nature of the Incarnation.  The controversy pivoted on the question of whether Jesus was fu...
Tags: Featured, Church, Religion, Jesus, God, Eden, St Paul, Mary, PAUL, Aaron, Judah, Mother of God, Christ Jesus, Mary the Mother of God, Cross, Mary Mother of God


Lions 31, Packers 0: Aaron Rodgers Is Hurt and the Packers Are Humiliated in Loss to Lions

Rodgers left the game with a concussion to end what has been a trying season for the quarterback, and franchise, since Week 1.
Tags: News, Football, Aaron Rodgers, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Concussions, Sports injuries, Lions, Aaron, Rodgers, Packers


Comment on better chocolate babka by Aaron

Hi Deb – I am loving your recipes. This is the third one that I’ve tried. I laughed when I read about the woman who said she could stop making anything else, forever now that she could make this Chocolate Babka. I was eating it and pensively wondering how I could fit baking a couple each week into my schedule, forever. So, I just wanted to say that I’ve always loved these cakes and never expected that I could make one, but the way you’ve presented, explained and clarified all the details mad...
Tags: Food, Aaron, Deb


The Same Old Dolphins Show: What's Left to Play For?

Aaron & Josh are back for their final game preview episode of the 2018 season as the Dolphins prepare to travel to Buffalo to take on the Bills. They discuss the reports of Mike Tannenbaum's imminent firing and Aaron makes a strong case
Tags: News, Dolphins, Aaron, Mike Tannenbaum, Aaron Josh


USC women’s basketball aims to sustain hot start in Pac-12 play

The start of the USC women’s basketball season included an impressive stretch. As the Trojans began 10-1 overall, they won nine consecutive games, including seven by double-digits, moving into one of the national polls for the first time since 2014. Last week, they were No. 25 in the coaches’ poll before suffering their first loss with a 71-51 defeat at Texas A&M. It has been a strong enough start for the Trojans that they were projected earlier this month as an eighth seed in the NCAA tournamen...
Tags: Texas, Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Ncaa, Associated Press, Espn, Usc, Ucla, Louisville, Aaron, Fresno State, Trojans, UT Arlington, Galen Center


Australia provide big update on fitness of Huddersfield’s Aaron Mooy

Mooy set to stay with Huddersfield Huddersfield Town star Aaron Mooy was set to join up with the Australian national team for the Asian Cup but will now remain in England. Mooy has been huge for the club but has missed several games due to injury. He suffered a medial ligament injury at the beginning of December. Though, it has also provided a blow to the Australian national team. The Asian Cup is set to take place from the start of January to the start of February and several Premier League pl...
Tags: Australia, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Huddersfield, Middlesbrough, Uae, Arnold, Huddersfield Town, Aaron, Mooy, Aaron Mooy, Graham Arnold, Michael Regan Getty, Rajiv van La Parra, Huddersfield Huddersfield Town


Huge updates on potential PSG move for Aaron Ramsey

Ramsey still set for Arsenal exit There have been a couple of big updates on the future of Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey with Paris Saint-Germain the latest club to make their move. The Welshman is set to leave the club in the summer for free with no new deal on the table from Arsenal. Juventus have been linked with a move for the player, as have Bayern Munich. Speaking about Ramsey’s future, Emery has explained on Thursday that he has spoken to the player. ‘For me the most important thing fr...
Tags: Wales, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Liverpool, Republic Of Ireland, Arsenal, Cardiff, Aaron Ramsey, Fulham, Psg, Metro, Emery, Paris Saint Germain, Aaron, Ramsey


A New Era for Music Made in Berlin: Watch these 12 Great Music Videos

Berlin in 2018 represents Europe’s creative metropolis number one. “Berlin reminds me of what New York was like in the early ‘80s,” Honey Dijon, iconic DJ, and cultural encyclopedia, told Clash in an interview in 2017, “It hasn’t been tainted as bad. It retains its rawness and roughness, it’s really young and still somewhat affordable. So there’s a lot of young artists.” – The European city that attracts musical talent ain’t London no more. Take a look at the following list of exceptionally tale...
Tags: Videos, Europe, Fashion, Music, New York, London, Molly, Berlin, Los Angeles, Courtney Love, Netflix, United States, Alaska, Musicians, Montreal, Lou Reed


Aaron Ramsey: Updates on an Arsenal to Juventus move

Ramsey will leave Arsenal in the summer With Aaron Ramsey’s current Arsenal contract set to expire in July, a lot has been said about the Welshman’s future. Originally, it looked as though Ramsey would eventually sign a new deal with the Gunners. However, contract negations broke down sometime around October of this year. As a result, Ramsey now looks set to leave Arsenal on a free. Ramsey could also leave Arsenal in January, however, the midfielder has said he is willing to stay at Arsenal for...
Tags: England, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Arsenal, Brighton, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Aaron Ramsey, Arsenal Fc, Aaron, Ramsey, London England, Juve, Craven Cottage, Tuttosport


Cyclist finds lost GoPro, tracks down the owners after four years

From time to time, we hear inspiring stories of lost cameras that crossed countries and seas and took years to get reunited with their owners. This interesting story comes from cyclist Aaron Chase, who found a lost GoPro while riding his bike. Four years later, Aaron found the owners and gave them their memories back. […] The post Cyclist finds lost GoPro, tracks down the owners after four years appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Lost And Found, Gopro, Gopro Hero 4, Aaron, Aaron Chase, Lost Camera, Gopro Hero 3


Rams try to get on track with wins and Aaron Donald sacks, which go hand in hand

The Rams are fond of saying that turnover margin is the best statistical predictor of wins and losses, but the sack numbers of star defensive lineman Aaron Donald are glaring. The Rams have a 16-0 record, since the start of the 2017 season, when Donald records at least one sack in a game. They’re 5-7 when he doesn’t, and that’s relevant because Donald has been strikingly quiet on the field in the past two weeks, when the Rams suffered losses to Chicago and Philadelphia. Sign up for Home Turf an...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Arizona Cardinals, Philadelphia, Johnson, Dante, Donald, Eagles, Aaron, Phillips, Cardinals, Ndamukong Suh, Jared Goff


USC basketball routs Southern Utah to snap 4-game losing streak

LOS ANGELES — The basketball zig-zagged like a pinball during the series of passes. It was late in the first half of USC’s 91-49 rout of Southern Utah on Friday night when Derryck Thornton drew a pair of defenders as he drove toward the left side of the lane and found Shaqquan Aaron cutting along the opposite side. Without taking a dribble, Aaron bounced a pass toward Nick Rakocevic on the low left block as the lanky forward completed the rapid sequence by slamming a two-handed dunk. The flush c...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Jordan, Oklahoma, Santa Clara, TCU, Usc, Aaron, Weaver, Thornton, Boatwright, Trojans, Enfield


The Same Old Dolphins Show: Outgunned, Outmanned

Josh and Aaron are back to reflect on another embarrassing Miami Dolphins road loss, this time to the Minnesota Vikings. They get into Ryan Tannehill, advanced stats, the defense being bad (but maybe not as bad as we all thought), the emergence of Ka
Tags: News, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, Ryan Tannehill, Josh, Aaron


After difficult stretch, USC basketball looks to snap losing skid at Santa Clara

LOS ANGELES — If there was a sequence Andy Enfield regretted from the USC basketball team’s 81-70 loss against Oklahoma last Saturday, it occurred about seven minutes into the second half. Freshman Elijah Weaver dribbled twice past midcourt, moving toward the top of the lane when he found senior Shaqquan Aaron open in one corner of the 3-point arc. Aaron hoisted a shot as most of the players on the team’s bench leaped from their seats in anticipation. A 3-pointer would cut the Trojans’ deficit t...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Associated Press, Nevada, Oklahoma, Santa Clara, TCU, Usc, Ncaa Tournament, Aaron, Weaver, Sooners, Trojans


How to Do Social Media – and Not Just for Garden Centers

Laura LeBoutillier, the on-camera talent at Garden Answer, is the hot young gardening YouTuber I profiled a while back, and she’s only getting better with time.  In this new video she covers not gardening but how to promote garden centers, which she does that for her parents’ nursery in Eastern Oregon. As she is with her how-to-garden videos, Laura is knowledgeable and a terrific teacher. For this topic she and videographer/husband Aaron take us behind the camera to illustrate tips about ...
Tags: Facebook, Gardening, Youtube, Don, Laura, Aaron, Eastern Oregon, Unusually Clever People, Watch Someone Else Do It, Laura LeBoutillier, Garden Answer


The Drama of Mt. Sinai Is Reenacted in the Annunciation

One detail from the account of the Annunciation reveals the deep drama that took place in the conception of Jesus. This is contained in the angel Gabriel’s promise to Mary in Luke 1:35, The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you. Therefore the child to be born will be called holy, the Son of God. The promise is astonishing in its description of how Mary will encounter God. Little is said about how this happens — ultimately the virginal conception of ...
Tags: Featured, Israel, Religion, Jesus, God, Moses, Pope Benedict XVI, Sinai, Mount Sinai, Mary, Aaron, Gabriel, Joshua, Jeremiah, Annunciation, Nazareth


Critic’s Pick: Review: A Broadway ‘Mockingbird,’ Elegiac and Effective

Glossy and bristling with fine performances, this adaptation of the 1960 Harper Lee classic gets the Aaron Sorkin treatment.
Tags: News, Aaron Sorkin, Harper Lee, Theater, Harper, Lee, Aaron, Jeff, Daniels, Sorkin, Bartlett, Sher, Shubert Theater, To Kill a Mockingbird (Play


Aaron Sorkin’s ‘Trial of the Chicago 7’ Shuts Down Pre-Production

After being in the works for over 10 years, Aaron Sorkin‘s legal drama The Trial of the Chicago 7 was close to heading into production. However, Amblin Entertainment is shutting down pre-production on the project for the time being. But why? Variety has word from Amblin Entertainment that they shut down production in order to allow writer/director Aaron Sorkin to focus on his Broadway adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird, which opens Thursday. Here’s what Amblin said in their official statemen...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Drama, Aaron-Sorkin, Chicago, Paul Greengrass, Broadway, Steven Spielberg, True Story, Jeffrey Wright, Aaron, Sorkin, Redmayne, Amblin Entertainment, Jonathan Majors, The Trial of the Chicago 7


The Trial of the Chicago 7 Delayed Again

The Trial of the Chicago 7 delayed again Variety reports that the long in-development Aaron Sorkin project, The Trial of the Chicago 7, has been put on hold yet again. The film had finally entered pre-production recently more than a decade after the acclaimed writer/director penned the script. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.p...
Tags: Movies, Aaron Sorkin, America, Chicago, Netflix, Paul Greengrass, Showtime, Broadway, Vietnam, New York Stock Exchange, Ben Stiller, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Sacha Baron Cohen, Variety, Aaron