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Michigan 7th grader has offer from Harbaugh, father says

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The father of a seventh grader in Michigan said Wednesday his son has a scholarship offer from Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines. Brian Williams said Harbaugh made the offer after watching film of his son Isaiah, who plays quarterback. He said he tries to keep his son grounded, and believes […]
Tags: News, Sports, Nation, College sports, Michigan, Jim Harbaugh, Ann Arbor, Harbaugh, Isaiah, Wolverines Brian Williams


US cities with the most coffee shops

When it comes to a city’s coffee options, more is always better than fewer. Because while you can count on a Starbucks on every corner, you can also count on the worn-out playlist of the same coffee every time. A wide range of options is part of what makes the best coffee cities in the world, well, the best coffee cities. Variety is what keeps our caffeine addiction interesting. While searching for the best places for coffee lovers to live, ApartmentGuide recently took a look at the US cities...
Tags: Travel, Utah, US, America, San Francisco, Portland, Michigan, Starbucks, Vancouver, Salt Lake City, Portland Oregon, Seattle, Berkeley, Pittsburgh, University Of Michigan, All


Online Tech Expands Cloud, Data Services with Neverfail Acquisition

Online Tech, the Ann Arbor, MI-based provider of cloud services, beefed up its capabilities last month when it acquired the infrastructure-as-a-service and data protection businesses of Neverfail, an IT company located in Austin, TX. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.Online Tech CEO Brad Cheedle says his company offers managed services around cloud computing. The company’s service include assessing if a customer is cloud-ready or migrating their data to the cloud, Cheedle says. “Companie...
Tags: Deals, Startups, Entrepreneurship, Cloud Computing, Trends, Tech, It, Software, Austin, Innovation, Data Protection, Detroit, Infrastructure As A Service, Ann Arbor, National blog main, Texas blog main


Invest Michigan Hits Milestone, Backs Fiftieth Company in Four Years

Invest Michigan, an investment fund supported by the state-backed Michigan Strategic Fund, hit a major milestone at the end of 2018: it invested in its fiftieth company in four years.Ann Arbor’s Spellbound, which has developed a therapeutic tool to help kids cope with illness and engage in treatment through augmented reality technology, received the funding. (The amount was not disclosed.)Invest Michigan, which does early-stage investing and manages the Michigan Pre-Seed Fund II, has made a tot...
Tags: Startups, Entrepreneurship, Trends, Vc, Innovation, Venture Capital, Michigan, Detroit, Fintech, Ann Arbor, Detroit Venture Partners, National blog main, Detroit blog main, Detroit top stories, SPLT, Early-Stage Investment


Michigan CB David Long entering draft, skipping senior year

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Michigan cornerback David Long is entering the NFL draft and skipping his senior season. Long made the announcement Wednesday on social media . The eighth-ranked Wolverines were without defensive end Rashan Gary and linebacker Devin Bush in their 41-15 loss to No. 10 Florida in the Peach Bowl after both […]
Tags: Florida, News, Sports, NFL, Long, Michigan, Ann Arbor, David Long, Peach Bowl, Rashan Gary, Devin Bush


Writing for Bliss in the New Year

One of the many beautiful aspects about the beginning of a new year is that it can serve as an inspiration for change, and a new way of doing and thinking about things. It can also be an excellent time to kick-start a daily writing practice. I say practice , because like meditation, when you’re starting to write, it’s best to do so every day so that you get in the rhythm of writing. Why Write? Many people write for themselves as a means of self-discovery and transformation. Others may wr...
Tags: Psychology, New York, Bliss, Creativity, New Year's, Ann Arbor, Motivation And Inspiration, Pennebaker, Shakti Gawain, André Breton, Shaefer, Elizabeth Maynard Shaefer, Guilford Press Raab, Darkness Berkeley


Azimuthal projection map a nice addition to my shack

CQ Maps has been an advertiser here for a couple of months now. Shortly after they started advertising here, they sent me one of their flagship products—a custom azimuthal projection, or great circle, map. I’m a little tardy with my review, but better late than never is what my mother used to say. On an azimuthal projection map, according to Wikipedia, “all points on the map are at proportionally correct distances from the center point, and that all points on the map are at the correct azimuth ...
Tags: Europe, Accessories, Maps, Wikipedia, Radio, Michigan, Central Europe, Ann Arbor, Maidenhead, UTC, SE Michigan, Gear/Gadgets


Could the Jets really lure Jim Harbaugh from Michigan?

Jim Harbaugh is a Michigan man. Would he really leave Ann Arbor for the dregs of the New York Jets?
Tags: News, Michigan, Jim Harbaugh, New York Jets, Ann Arbor


U-M’s Desai Accelerator Invests Millionth Dollar Since 2013 Launch

The University of Michigan’s Desai Accelerator, an incubator open to early-stage tech startups regardless of their connection to the school, hit a major milestone this year: It invested its millionth dollar after funding the six companies in its 2018 cohort.The accelerator was established in 2013 with support from the Desai Sethi Family Foundation, the Davidson Foundation, the Wadhams family, and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. The program runs for three months during the summer ...
Tags: Startups, Entrepreneurship, Trends, Vc, Innovation, Venture Capital, Apple Watch, Detroit, Shark Tank, University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Muggsy Bogues, National blog main, Detroit blog main, Detroit top stories, Michigan Economic Development Corporation


Man accused of threatening journalists put on house arrest

DETROIT (AP) — A man charged with sending threatening, anti-Semitic and sexually violent messages to Detroit journalists and an elected official has been placed on house arrest. Prosecutors allege that 69-year-old Lawrence Steven Brayboy, of Ann Arbor, targeted workers at The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press. The Detroit News reports that he was released […]
Tags: News, Ap, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Detroit News, Nation & World, Lawrence Steven Brayboy, Detroit Free Press The Detroit News


After $2B+ Cisco Buyout, Dug Song Reflects on Duo Security’s Journey

Successful startup founders who are also humble and down-to-earth are a rare breed in the tech industry. But Duo Security co-founder and former CEO Dug Song is a mensch in every sense of the word.Song is best known as the guy who started and nurtured a cybersecurity company worth billions in Ann Arbor, MI—outside of the big, traditional tech hubs. Duo’s $2.35 billion acquisition by software giant Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) in August represented the biggest exit by a Michigan venture-backed company in...
Tags: Startups, Entrepreneurship, Trends, Cisco, It, Malware, People, Cybersecurity, Whatsapp, Vc, Software, Hacking, Innovation, Venture Capital, Michigan, Cyber Attacks


World’s Richest Chamber Music Prize Discontinued After Only Three Years

“The M-Prize, a chamber music competition with $100,000 grand prize [and $200,000 in total awards], based at the University of Michigan, School of Music, Theatre & Dance (SMTD) in Ann Arbor, will not be returning for a fourth edition in 2019. … It was launched by Sphinx Organisation founder Aaron Dworkin, who had then [in 2015] just been appointed dean of the SMTD. His tenure was shortlived, however, and it is speculated that the M-Prize was always unlikely to survive without his patronage and ...
Tags: Art, Music, Ann Arbor, Aaron Dworkin, University of Michigan School of Music, 12.07.18, Sphinx Organisation


A glowing river of books creates a traffic-free haven in Ann Arbor

In their latest installment of Literature vs Traffic, Spanish design collective luzinterruptus transformed a major street in Ann Arbor, Michigan, into a glowing river of 11,000 books. Carried out to bring attention to the importance of pedestrian-friendly spaces, the large-scale installation turned an area typically marred by the sounds and pollution of cars into a quiet haven. At the end of the night, all the books were quickly “recycled” and taken home by visitors as a keepsake of the tempora...
Tags: New York, Design, Michigan, Detroit, Buenos Aires, Ann Arbor, State Street, Ann Arbor Michigan, Luzinterruptus, Liberty Street, Toronto Melbourne Madrid, Amanda Krugliak, Melisa Hernández


Ann Arbor’s LPGA Tournament Not On 2019 Schedule; Organizers Say It Will Return

Ann Arbor’s LPGA Tournament is not on the 2019 schedule at this point. Organizers insist, ... Read more. The post Ann Arbor’s LPGA Tournament Not On 2019 Schedule; Organizers Say It Will Return appeared first on GolfBlogger Golf Blog.
Tags: Sport, Golf, Ann Arbor, LPGA, Michigan Golf


Adherium Aims to Improve Asthma Patient Outcomes with Smart Inhalers

Asthma is the third-ranking cause of hospitalization for children under 15 years of age in the U.S., and it’s the leading cause of missed school among children ages 5 to 17. Missed school can lead to missed work and lost income if parents need to stay home to care for their sick kids, potentially leading to negative outcomes for the whole family.A New Zealand company called Adherium, with headquarters in Silicon Valley and a CEO based in Ann Arbor, MI, is on a mission to decrease the chances th...
Tags: Startups, Hardware, Entrepreneurship, Trends, Asthma, Innovation, New Zealand, Astrazeneca, Silicon Valley, Fda, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Resmed, Symbicort, Terumo, National blog main


New Video: J.I.D Feat. J. Cole “Off Deez”

J.I.D and J. Cole enlist Cole Bennett, aka the Hype Williams of SoundCloud rap, to bring “Off Deez” to life. Featuring the familiar hallmarks of a Bennett production, the video gives the Dreamville rappers’ tongue-twisting collaboration the psychedelic makeover it deserves. Joey Bada$$ slides through for a quick cameo too. “Off Deez” is taken from J.I.D’s new album DiCaprio 2, which landed at No. 47 on the Billboard 200 after moving 14,554 units (2,546 in traditional sales) in its first week...
Tags: Videos, Chicago, Cambridge, New Orleans, Jazz, Nashville, Lincoln, Salt Lake City, Berkeley, Columbus, Madison, Louisville, Ana, Ann Arbor, J. Cole, Eugene


My first Arduino class a success

I held my first Arduino class yesterday at All Hands Active (AHA!), a makerspace here in Ann Arbor.I had six students, including a father and his daughter, a high school student, and three other adults. To teach the class, I used an earlier version of the Sparkfun Inventor’s Kit Guide, even though we didn’t use the Inventor’s Kit in the class. Because the Arduino kits that we did use didn’t have all of the sensors and actuators in the Sparkfun Inventors Kit, we could only do some of the experim...
Tags: Amazon, Radio, Arduino, Ann Arbor, UNO, Classes/Testing/Licensing, Microcontrollers, Laria, Keywish UNO Project Starter Kit, UNO R3 Development Board


Rick Robinson: CutTime Newsletter - Noel Night at La Palma Dec. 1, 4:30 PM

Rick Robinson writes: November 30, 2018 Dear Friends,           It's been awhile since I wrote to you. CutTime® had a rather wild August followed by a disappointing 4th quarter. Upcoming gigs and some new plans promise to make us irresistible if a bit less public next year. Thanks to grants from ArtOps to some Highland Park (MI) non-profits, CutTime Simfonica was invited to perform more than a few times in my hometown with our new project partners, the Urban ...
Tags: Religion, Michigan, Cleveland, Detroit, Charlie Brown, Mediterranean, Ann Arbor, Highland Park, Midland, Canton, Phillip K Smith, Pittsburgh PA, Girls Club, La Palma, Rocky River, William J Zick


GV and Greylock leads $2.6 mln round for Censys

Ann Arbor, Michigan-based Censys, a provider of internet security data, has raised $2.6 million in funding. GV and Greylock Partners led the round. Source: Press Release
Tags: Trends, Michigan, Greylock Partners, Greylock, Ann Arbor, VC Deals, Censys


U.S. nixed FBI checks on staff at growing migrant teen detention camp

By GARANCE BURKE AND MARTHA MENDOZA TORNILLO, Texas — The Trump administration announced in June it would open a temporary shelter for up to 360 migrant children in this isolated corner of the Texas desert. Less than six months later, the facility has expanded into a detention camp holding thousands of teenagers — and it shows every sign of becoming more permanent. By Tuesday, 2,324 largely Central American boys and girls between the ages of 13 and 17 were sleeping inside the highly guarded faci...
Tags: Health, New York, Hollywood, Texas, News, Justice, Mexico, Stanford, Immigration, Uncategorized, Sport, Ap, Fbi, Soccer, Pennsylvania, United States


HHS IG: Trump Admin Nixed FBI Checks For Staff At Migrant Children Camp

TORNILLO, Texas (AP) — The Trump administration announced in June it would open a temporary shelter for up to 360 migrant children in this isolated corner of the Texas desert. Less than six months later, the facility has expanded into a detention camp holding thousands of teenagers — and it shows every sign of becoming more permanent. By Tuesday, 2,324 largely Central American boys and girls between the ages of 13 and 17 were sleeping inside the highly guarded facility in rows of bunk beds in ...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Texas, News, Justice, Mexico, Stanford, Ap, Fbi, Pennsylvania, United States, San Diego, Michigan, Associated Press, Catholic, Honduras


Michigan State Bounces Back for Split with Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS – The losing streak is no more for Michigan State. Taro Hirose scored and had two assists, and Brody Stevens broke a third-period tie to help lift the Spartans to a 4-2 victory over the Minnesota Golden Gophers on Saturday night at 3M Arena at Mariucci and earn a Big Ten series split. Michigan State snapped a six-game losing streak as they earned their first conference victory, and head coach Danton Cole is happy with the effort to help finally get that giant monkey off their b...
Tags: Minnesota, Minneapolis, Sport, Michigan, Hockey, Ohio State, Ann Arbor, Michigan State, MSU, Gophers, Spartans, Stevens, Minn, Eric Schierhorn, Cole, Mariucci


Michigan-Ohio State is the greatest rivalry in sports, and Wolverines are due for big win

While Ohio State has stumbled its way through the past month, Michigan has been brimming with confidence and heads to Columbus favored to win for the first time since 2011 in Ann Arbor.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Michigan, Usa Today, Ohio State, Columbus, Ann Arbor, Wolverines, Michigan Ohio State


On our to-do list: an interview with Google’s productivity expert

Editor’s note: I often wish there were more hours in the day, but that’s not going to happen anytime soon, so I turned to Google's resident productivity expert Laura Mae Martin for help. In the conversation below—our latest installment of The She Word—Laura shares her secrets on how to lead a more productive life. Turns out they’re not even secrets! They’re easy and manageable ways that you, too, can become a productivity whiz.How do you explain your job at a dinner party?I help Googlers be as p...
Tags: Google, Ann Arbor, Laura, Sadie, The She Word, Laura Mae Martin


Concentrate on Your Product

When I was growing up, I used to spend most weekends with my father. Like most fathers I knew, my dad loved to watch sports. Football was always on during the season, and he always seemed most interested in college sports. I have always been amazed by college football because of the high level of enthusiasm that students, alumni, and others have for it. My mother went to the University of Michigan, my father attended law school there for some time, my grandfather went there, and my grandmother g...
Tags: Apple, Featured, California, Careers, Goal Setting, Chicago, Harvard, United States, Cbs, Job Search, Michigan, University Of Chicago, Pasadena, Career Advice, Detroit, Legal Profession


GM is going to allow Ford vehicles and other competitors on its Maven car-sharing platform

GM’s car-sharing subsidiary Maven is undergoing another expansion. This time, it’s not just to a new city. Maven plans to open up its new peer-to-peer car rental service to allow owners to rent out non-GM vehicles. It is also setting its sights on bigger changes in the future, according to Julia Steyn, vice president of GM Urban Mobility and Maven, said Monday during a presentation at the UBS Global Technology Conference in San Francisco. By mid-2019, Maven will allow non-GM branded vehicles ...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Lyft, Uber, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tech, Canada, Automotive, Ford, Gm, Getaround, Zipcar, Ann Arbor, General-motors, Maven


Celsee Charts Expansion Plans as Single-Cell Analysis Demand Grows

The humble cell has been getting a lot of attention in the medical world lately, and Ann Arbor, MI-based biotech startup Celsee wants to make it easier to study them.As precision medicine and genomic analysis become more sophisticated, clinicians are taking biotech research down to the level of single cells in search of breakthroughs that might not be visible when studying a large population of cells or tissues.Researchers say much can be gleaned about the progression of diseases like cancer an...
Tags: Startups, Entrepreneurship, Trends, Innovation, Genomics, Biotech, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Oncology, John Stark, National blog main, Detroit blog main, Detroit top stories, Precision Medicine, Celsee, Flow Cytometry


Best beers in college football towns

As much as college football is about winning, school pride, and rivalries, it’s also about the party. Every fall Saturday in college towns across the country, students, alumni, and fans flock to the bar to celebrate a win or forget a loss. And what people are drinking largely depends on where you are. Upserve, a restaurant management platform, gathered data from thousands of restaurants in the US to see which beer is the most popular in big college football towns. Some of the beers are predic...
Tags: Travel, Minneapolis, US, Atlanta, Beer, Athens, SEC, Philadelphia, Lincoln, Boulder, Seattle, Norman, Columbus, Fort Worth, Madison, Columbia


Operating Notes: QRL?, a multitude of modes, an appropriate name

Tip: Don’t call QRL? with your narrow filters on The other day, a guy got on and called QRL? very near the frequency I was on. I couldn’t really hear him because I had selected a pretty narrow filter, and I bet he couldn’t hear me responding to that call with a “C” to tell him that, yes, the frequency was in use, because almost immediately he started calling CQ. So, you might ask, what’s the problem? Even though you both were relatively close in frequency, you apparently weren’t interfering wit...
Tags: Radio, Cw, DSP, Ann Arbor, Don, DMR, Classes/Testing/Licensing, Digital Communications, Jay Ham


Amazon Reportedly Picks HQ2 City—and, in Surprise, Another for HQ3

Amazon is reportedly choosing two cities, not one, for its second headquarters, according to sources cited by The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) is working on a deal to move into both the Long Island City neighborhood of Queens in New York City and the Crystal City neighborhood of Arlington, VA, according to a report from The New York Times, which cited two unnamed people it says are familiar with the discussions. The e-commerce giant has been on a road show fo...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Startups, Facebook, New York, Texas, Technology, Jobs, Whole Foods, Boston, New York City, Immigration, Employment, Toronto, San Francisco, Trends