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Radio nominees announced for the 2021 IRN Awards

The shortlist for the 2021 IRN Awards in association with Sky News has been revealed. The nominations were announced by Sky News presenter Anna Jones ahead of a special video ceremony on Thursday 15th July at which the winners and the recipient of the IRN Gold Award will be revealed. There are 12 categories including the Student Journalist of the Year prize, which is supported by the Broadcast Journalism Training Council. And the nominees are: Newcomer of the Year: Amelia Beckett – Greatest H...
Tags: England, Scotland, Awards, Radio, Celtic, Northern Ireland, West Yorkshire, Sky News, Bill, LBC, Joan, Oxfordshire, Wilder, Hallam, Anna Jones, Harry Dunn


Using Fake Reviews To Find Dangerous Extensions (slashdot)

Brian Krebs: Fake, positive reviews have infiltrated nearly every corner of life online these days, confusing consumers while offering an unwelcome advantage to fraudsters and sub-par products everywhere. Happily, identifying and tracking these fake reviewer accounts is often the easiest way to spot scams. Here's the story of how bogus reviews on a counterfeit Microsoft Authenticator browser extension exposed dozens of other extensions that siphoned personal and financial data. After hearing f...
Tags: Google, News, Microsoft, Brian Krebs, Theresa Duncan, Anna Jones, Msmash, Google Chrome Store KrebsOnSecurity, Three Google


Using Fake Reviews To Find Dangerous Extensions

Brian Krebs: Fake, positive reviews have infiltrated nearly every corner of life online these days, confusing consumers while offering an unwelcome advantage to fraudsters and sub-par products everywhere. Happily, identifying and tracking these fake reviewer accounts is often the easiest way to spot scams. Here's the story of how bogus reviews on a counterfeit Microsoft Authenticator browser extension exposed dozens of other extensions that siphoned personal and financial data. After hearing f...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Tech, Brian Krebs, Theresa Duncan, Anna Jones, Google Chrome Store KrebsOnSecurity, Three Google


The 20 best easy cake recipes

From Nigella’s birthday custard sponge to Meera Sodha’s miso take on a classic brownie, simplicity is the star of these recipesI have a secret confession to make. I have (whisper it) yet to bake a cake. But now I have no excuse. Presenting 20 sublime, simple recipes to make you and me into a Prue or Paul. We have the buttercream of the cake-baking world: Jeremy Lee, Yotam Ottolenghi, Benjamina Ebuehi. There’s Meera Sodha’s salted miso brownies, Nigella Lawson’s birthday custard sponge, Anna Jone...
Tags: Food, Cake, Baking, Nigella Lawson, Nigella, Anna Jones, Prue, Meera Sodha, Jeremy Lee Yotam Ottolenghi Benjamina Ebuehi


No flour? No problem. Try these recipes for delicious sweet bakes

Almond, polenta and oats are the home cook’s best kitchen friends when plain and self-raising flour are hard to findFor those of us summoned to our kitchens by lockdown, baking has become a welcome pastime with rewarding results. Now, I don’t consider myself much of a baker, but my scales have never been busier than in recent weeks. I have made no fewer than five double batches of Alison Roman’s tiny salty chocolatey cookies, Anna Jones’ rhubarb biscuits, Milli Taylor’s now famed brown butter ba...
Tags: Food, Cake, Fruit, Baking, Dessert, Allergies, Biscuits, Gluten-free, Rachel Roddy, Anna Jones, Rosie Birkett, Alison Roman, Milli Taylor


Comment on perfect vegetable lasagna by Pippa

You could also try making a white sauce out of white beans, a la Anna Jones. She takes a can of white beans and whizzes the whole lot with some olive oil and lemon zest (including the liquid) and uses it in lieu of bechamel in one of her recipes – will see if I can find it. here we are: https://www.countrywives.co.uk/ricotta-thyme-sweet-potato-bake/
Tags: Food, Pippa, Anna Jones


Weekend Cooking: The Modern Cook's Year by Anna Jones

I'm not a full-time vegetarian, but on average half our dinners and almost all of our breakfast and lunch meals are meat free (though not vegan). I'm not going to get into the whys, but I'm one of those people who actually limits soy intake, so vegetarian cookbooks that rely heavily on tofu, tempeh, and other soy-based products aren't my favorite. Enter Anna Jones's The Modern Cook's Year (Abrams Books, March 26), which I received as part of the . This collection of 250 vegetarian recipes live...
Tags: Books, Cook, Jamie Oliver, Jones, Linky, Anna Jones, Beth F, Abrams Dinner Party, Patrick Looney, Tomato Curry Lemon, Cilantro Soup Smoky Roasted Carrot, Walnut Crostata, Almond Aioli Apple Rye, Walnut Bundt Cake Here, Spiced Tomato Sauce


How to make healthy pancakes - Easy ideas including gluten-free, vegan and dairy-free recipes

Pancake Day is almost here and people avoiding gluten should not have to miss out on our favourite homemade breakfast dish. Not only are all of these pancake recipes free from gluten, but we have also selected some that are suitable for vegans, paleo dieters and those avoiding dairy - as well as those just wanting to eat healthily. After all - is there any better way to kick off Pancake Day than with a big pile of delicious pancakes? Amazing gluten-free pancake recipes Healthy apple and banana o...
Tags: Cook, News, Ella, Anna Jones, Tommy Clarke, Matt Russell, Lea Hendry Valle, Lisa Linder, Vicki Edgson, Adam Palmer Jacqui Small, Haarala Hamilton Green Kitchen Stories


10 Reasons Why You Should Consider Eloping

So you're 2 months into planning your wedding and...you kind of hate it. Maybe it's the money. Maybe it's the stress. Maybe it's the fact that you never really wanted a big wedding anyway. Well, today, we're giving you permission to fully play with the idea of eloping. And we're teasing you with the most beautiful San Francisco elopement ever, photographed at City Hall by Anna Jones. Here are the 10 reasons that you should probably consider jumping ship from your crazy wedding planning adventure...
Tags: San Francisco, Wedding, The Blog, City Hall, Anna Jones


Comment on zucchini fritters by Teri

I’m a fritter fan like you wouldn’t believe. I seem to make a lot of food in that general shape…And just like everyone else I have too much zucchini. Just this week I tried Anna Jones’s Courgette and halloumi fritters with chilli jam. Oooo la la…that’s are a keeper recipe. Give em a try if you haven’t already.
Tags: Food, TERI, Anna Jones, Courgette


Banning plastic bags can be a lifesaver | Brief letters

Rwanda’s plastic bag ban | Sugar in recipes | School funding | Autocorrect | Tessa JowellWhile “other East African nations are considering following suit” (Nairobi feels the force of world’s most draconian plastic bag ban, 26 April), Rwanda banned plastic bags in 2008. Plastic bags can trap pools of water which host mosquitos so their ban helps fight malaria.Alex MortonLondon• In Saturday’s Feast Ottolenghi’s tamarind recipes all call for added sugar, honey or syrup. Meera Sodha adds two tablesp...
Tags: Politics, Technology, Education, Obesity, Africa, Environment, Society, World news, Schools, Sugar, Tessa Jowell, Malaria, Plastic bags, School meals, Rwanda, Nairobi


Expert Advice: How to Buy a Couch That Will Last: An Insider Guide

The other day Julie sent me some reading material: the cautionary tale of a popular West Elm sofa that’s notorious for sagging, losing its buttons, and, on occasion, collapsing in the middle of parties. (It has since been taken off the market.) This did nothing for my fear of couch commitment. For years I’ve avoided buying a couch—even though I’d love to have someplace to read and work besides my bed. I’m afraid of shelling out $2,000 (plus delivery), only to have the couch look like a saggier v...
Tags: Books, London, Budget, China, How-to, Jones, Expert Advice, Julie, Hotelier, Anna Jones, Izabella, Antiques & Vintage, Sofas & Couches, Stroud England, Living Rooms, Rita Konig


Yes, Chef! 12 Chef’s Kitchens from the Remodelista Archives

You can learn a lot from looking at a chef’s own kitchen; they’ve spent a lot of time there, so they know a thing or two about what works and what doesn’t. Here’s a look at our favorite chef’s kitchens featured on Remodelista over the years. Marjorie Taylor of The Cook’s Atelier in France Above: Chef Marjorie Taylor trained at La Varenne in Paris before teaming up with her daughter, vintner Kendall Smith Franchini, to open The Cook’s Atelier in Burgundy, France. Taylor’s teaching kitchen is...
Tags: Books, Cook, London, France, New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Brooklyn, Tennessee, Paris, Ikea, Copenhagen, Berkeley, Taylor, Joan, Jones


UK startup Tech Will Save Us inks $4.2 mln Series A

UK-based Tech Will Save Us, a creator of toys that kids can build and code themselves, has raised $4.2 million in Series A funding. Initial Capital led the round with participation from other investors that included participation from Backed VC and SaatchInvest. PRESS RELEASE LONDON – March 14th, 2018 – Tech Will Save Us, the UK startup fusing the power of play with the possibilities of technology through toys, have announced the completion of a $4.2 million (£3 million) Series A round of financ...
Tags: UK, London, Disney, San Francisco, Trends, Bbc, Dyson, Chris, Initial Capital, Activision, Daniel, Bethany, Chris Lee, Marvel Avengers, Bethany Koby, Daniel Hirschmann


Ozone Layer Not Recovering, Scientists Warn

The ozone layer that protects people from the sun's ultraviolet radiation is not recovering over most highly populated regions, scientists warned on Tuesday. The greatest losses in ozone occurred over Antarctica but the hole there has been closing since the chemicals causing the problem were banned by the Montreal protocol. But the ozone layer wraps the entire Earth and new research has revealed it is thinning in the lower stratosphere over the non-polar areas. Reduced protection from cancer-c...
Tags: London, US, Earth, Alaska, Antarctica, Montreal, Imperial College, Anna Jones, Antarctic Survey, Atmospheric Chemistry And Physics, Scandinavia Russia, Joanna Haigh


"Best Books of 2017" Lists Update - December 7th

For the tenth straight year, I am aggregating every online year-end book list I find As the lists appear online, I will add them to the master list, updating regularly. Please feel free to e-mail me with a blog, magazine, newspaper, or other online media list I have missed. See also: Largehearted Boy's List of Essential and Interesting 2017 Year-End Music Lists. Please consider making a donation or leaving a tip to Largehearted Boy to support the website and posts like these. Today's Upda...
Tags: Music, Chicago, David, New York Times, Usa Today, New York Public Library, Kennedy, Economist, London Evening Standard, Don, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Portland Press Herald, Seattle Times, Berkeley Place, Anna Jones, Georgia Straight


Inspiring! This Woman Healed From Sepsis With Some Thoughts and Prayers From Her Facebook Friends!

Inspiring! This Woman Healed From Sep... Silly Anna Jones wound up in the hospital with a particularly gnarly case of sepsis. She was without healthcare because being female was ruled as a preexisting condition— such a bummer. Additionally, her GoFundMe campaign didn’t even trend on their website! Broke and totally sick in a not fun way, Anna took to social media. Submitted by: Abigail Barr Regular Keywords: crowdfunding healthcare Views...
Tags: Humor, Anna, Anna Jones, Abigail Barr


10 things in tech you need to know today (AAPL, AMZN, GOOG)

Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Monday. 1. Apple fired an iPhone X engineer after his daughter's hands-on video went viral. The video was even shot from within Apple's cafeteria, and showcased a number of features of the new phone. 2. First-day preorders for the iPhone X sold out in minutes. Apple said demand is "off the charts." 3. Apple analyst Gene Munster has provided some additional data on just how quickly Apple's stock of first-day iPhone X units ran out. He foun...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Trends, United States, Sprint, Sundar Pichai, Gene Munster, Debbie Wosskow, Anna Jones, Hearst UK, AllBright


AllBright is launching a private members club for female founders after it scrapped its crowdfunding platform and lost a bunch of staff

AllBright was launched last October by Love Home Swap founder Debbie Wosskow and ex-Hearst UK CEO Anna Jones. The company pledged to back female founders with tens of millions of pounds but the company has little over £1 million to invest. The AllBright crowdfunding platform has been shut down but a new 5-storey private members club has been announced. AllBright's founders are running their own fashion startup called ShareStyle on the side. AllBright, a company created to finance and suppo...
Tags: UK, London, Samsung, Trends, Anna, Jones, Eis, Debbie, Davies, Debbie Wosskow, Anna Jones, Hearst UK, Rathbone Place, Abersoch, AllBright, Anna Jones AllBright


Agriculture holds the key to unlocking Africa’s vast economic potential | Letters

Anna Jones says that, through selling its cocoa cheaply, Africa is exporting its wealth overseas; while Sue Banford claims that the soya moratorium in the Amazon has done nothing to halt deforestationOnly the final paragraph in your article on cocoa farming causing deforestation in Ivory Coast (Forests pay price for world’s taste for cocoa, 14 September) mentioned the most fundamental thing – the farmer’s livelihood, or lack of it. The low value of his (or more likely her) crop is undoubtedly th...
Tags: Amazon, Africa, Environment, Americas, World news, Food & Drink, Farming, Trees and forests, Deforestation, Brazil, Amazon Rainforest, Un, World Bank, Chocolate, Bill, Ivory Coast


Cutout Kitchen Cabinet Pulls: 17 Favorites from the Remodelista Archives

I dream of unadorned kitchen cabinets that are inexpensive to fabricate and easy to use. This is how I discovered the cutout drawer and cabinet pull. As much as the next person, I do a lot of swooning over open shelving. The reality of my small kitchen and obsessively ordered personality, however, is that I need every available inch for closed storage. But then the visual clutter, exacerbated in a small kitchen, of all those protruding handles becomes another problem altogether. Enter the cutout...
Tags: Books, London, Hardware, Uncategorized, America, Paris, Ikea, Dublin, Copenhagen, Provence, Anna Jones, Wiesbaden, Remodel & Renovation, Kitchen Cabinets, Workstead, Remodelista Archives


Georgetown Employee Discovers University Sold His Enslaved Ancestor

A Georgetown University employee made a haunting discovery while tracing his roots: his great-great-great-grandmother was sold in 1838 to help the college pay off its debts. Jeremy Alexander, 45, told The New York Times that he learned this information after he and his family had their DNA tested in 2014. Alexander’s results traced back to his great-grandmother Anna Jones, without going into her story. But Alexander was able to dive deeper into his lineage in fall 2016 when he received an unexp...
Tags: News, United States, The New York Times, Louisiana, Times, Huffington Post, Jones, Arnold, Alexander, Taryn Finley, Georgetown, Georgetown University, Kemp, Jeremy Alexander, Anna Jones, Richard J Cellini


Will MH370 ever be found?

Mystery around flight MH370 may remain after the search was halted, as the BBC's Anna Jones reports.
Tags: News, Bbc, Anna Jones


Is it likely that MH370 will ever be found?

Mystery around flight MH370 may remain as search is halted, as the BBC's Anna Jones reports.
Tags: News, Bbc, Anna Jones


Remodeling 101: Cutout Cabinet Pulls

As obsessed as we are with hardware, one of our favorite types of cabinet pull isn’t technically a pull at all—rather, it’s an open hole or handle cut out of a flat-front cabinet door. To get the details on the technique, we turned to Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory members Medium Plenty of Oakland, California. Here’s what principals Ian Read and Gretchen Krebs had to say. Above: A showroom kitchen by UK furniture brand deVOL has cabinet doors of rough-sawn beechwood with circular cuto...
Tags: Books, UK, London, America, Ikea, Melbourne, Jones, Stockholm, Bay Area, Expert Advice, Berkeley California, MDF, Krebs, Anna Jones, Remodeling 101, DIY & Remodeling


Two CEOs are setting up a £10 million VC fund to back female founders

Debbie Wosskow, the CEO of home sharing platform Love Home Swap, and Anna Jones, the former CEO of publisher Hearst Magazines UK, are raising a £10 million venture capital fund to invest in female entrepreneurs in the UK. The duo announced their new AllBright fund on Monday, saying it will help to address the funding gap that currently exists between male and female led companies. Wosskow told Business Insider that a number of high net worth individuals and angels have already contributed toward...
Tags: UK, Trends, Netflix, Business Insider, Vinaya, Debbie Wosskow, Anna Jones, Wosskow


New Release Books

Today’s first Featured New Release is Liar’s Key: Sharpe & Donovan #6 ($9.99 Kindle), by Carla Neggers [Harlequin MIRA]. Book Description An FBI legend, a mysterious antiquities specialist and a brazen art thief draw top FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan into a complex web of blackmail, greed and murder in the eagerly awaited new novel in the highly acclaimed Sharpe & Donovan series Emma Sharpe is suspicious when retired Special Agent Gordon Wheelock, a legend in FBI art crimes, drops by...
Tags: Books, Science Fiction, UK, New York, Cook, London, Featured, Instagram, Romance, Stanford, Senate, China, Boston, Berlin, New York City, Cowboys


Anna Jones’ barbecue recipes for dips and flatbreads | The modern cook

A homemade dip can be slathered on sarnies, stirred through grains, or simply put centre stage for communal dunking. Try this veg-centred beetroot borani and a bean-based zesty hummus for startersThere is something a bit 80s about the word “dip”. It makes me think of my parents’ dinner parties, Mum in her turquoise-and-silver lapeled jumpsuit, passing round what we called “The Dip” and tortilla chips.But a dip, spread or hummus is a very useful thing to have in your fridge. I make up a batch of ...
Tags: Vegetables, Life and style, Food & Drink, Vegetarian food and drink, Chefs, Anna Jones


Anna Jones’ recipe for perfect breakfast smoothies | The modern cook

Thick or thin, sweet or tart; the perfect smoothie is a highly personal thing. Start with these failsafes: a healthy green glassful, a mango and turmeric tonic, and a beetroot breakfast bowl – then use our guidelines to create your own blendWe all need a few good smoothie recipes in our breakfast repertoire. There are three on rotation in my house most of the time. A pleasing but subtle green one, a vibrant fruity one, and one that works as a smoothie bowl for days when drinking my breakfast doe...
Tags: Vegetables, Life and style, Food & Drink, Vegetarian food and drink, Chefs, Vegan food and drink, Anna Jones


Anna Jones’ recipes for peaches on toast and apricot frangipane

Stone fruits in their glorious golden and sunset hues make anyone’s heart leap. Apricots and peaches are delicious eaten as they are – and even better in these stunning, fuss-free summer puddingsI’m a hopeless fruit romantic. I go in search of the perfect stone fruit every year. Keep your summer berries – it’s when the rosy-cheeked apricots, golden-fleshed peaches and cheerful little pairs of cherries show up that I get the most excited. This week it’s all peaches and apricots, the first proudly...
Tags: France, Life and style, Food & Drink, Fruit, Vegetarian food and drink, Chefs, Dessert, Anna Jones