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Evil v Good, day 1: England fail to impose themselves

We’re pitting an England XI comprising the players we invested in the most against an Antagonists XI using International Cricket Captain’s ‘All Time Greats’ mode. Before we start, it’s worth having a very quick Sim Series recap because a lot of these players have already played this format. We’ve played two 1990s-est Ashes Tests (and let’s be honest, this is a very similar thing again). Notable performances from those matches include Graeme Hick top scoring in both innings of the first m...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, Gillespie, Johnson, Shane Warne, Paul Collingwood, Jason Gillespie, Collingwood, James Anderson, Adam Gilchrist, Matt Prior, Anderson, Monty Panesar, Steve Waugh, Mitchell Johnson


Thom Tillis' Campaign Literally Lifts Ed Gillespie's Strategy Memo

Sen. Thom Tillis’ (R-NC) campaign spokesman acknowledged on Friday that he had copied large portions of a general election strategy memo from a similar document he had put together while working on Ed Gillespie’s 2017 bid to be governor of Virginia. The memo, which was released this past March, laid out an optimistic case for Tillis’ chances of re-election in North Carolina following former state senator Cal Cunningham’s emergence from the Democratic primary. But many of the arguments used the s...
Tags: News, Obama, Senate, Virginia, Gop, Gillespie, Republican Party, North Carolina, Romeo, Trump, Bush, Democratic, Ed Gillespie, Sen Richard Burr, Tillis, Thom Tillis


Scotland Sees Economy Shrinking 12% as Lockdown Set to Remain

(Bloomberg) -- Scotland’s economy could shrink by 12% this year as a result of restrictions put in place to combat the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, while the government said the financial hit was no reason to ease the lockdown prematurely and risk greater harm.The overall picture for the year is based on output declining by a third during the peak months of keeping people at home, the Scottish government’s chief economist, Gary Gillespie, said in a report published on Tuesday. The numbers...
Tags: News, Scotland, Eu, Bloomberg, European Union, Nicola Sturgeon, Edinburgh, Gillespie, Sturgeon, Gary Gillespie, Bloomberg Scotland


TVNZ news boss John Gillespie quits state broadcaster

TVNZ's head of news and current affairs John Gillespie has quit the state broadcaster.Gillespie will depart at the end of June.In an email to staff Gillespie said today: "I want to let you know that after some deliberation, and... [Author: [email protected]]
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TVNZ news boss John Gillespie quits

TVNZ's head of news and current affairs John Gillespie has quit the state broadcaster.Gillespie will depart at the end of June it was announced today. His resignation follows the departure of Newshub head of news Hal Crawford,... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Gillespie, Newshub, TVNZ, John Gillespie, Hal Crawford


Trump Allies’ Battle Over Senate Seat Prompts Republican Jitters

(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump so far hasn’t been able to head off a drawn-out Republican brawl for a U.S. Senate seat in Georgia that pits two candidates he’s praised against each other and triggered jitters within the party about potentially losing the seat in November.The conflict’s been brewing since Georgia’s GOP Governor Brian Kemp chose businesswoman Kelly Loeffler in December to temporarily fill an open Senate seat, despite lobbying from the president to pick four-term GOP Represe...
Tags: Utah, News, Washington, Senate, White House, Atlanta, Georgia, Bloomberg, Democrats, Gop, Arkansas, Tennessee, House, Mitt Romney, Wisconsin, Scott Walker


Stockton Police Department Civilian Employee Suspected Of Driving To Work Drunk

STOCKTON (CBS13) – A Stockton Police Department civilian employee has been arrested on suspicion of driving to work drunk. The arrest happened on Thursday afternoon. Stockton police say 62-year-old Hope Gillespie showed up at work at the department’s Market Street operations building and looked to be under the influence of alcohol. An investigation started immediately and police say she was found to have driven to work while under the influence. Gillespie was arrested and booked into San Joaquin...
Tags: News, Local, Stockton, Dui, Gillespie, Stockton Police Department, San Joaquin County Jail, Stockton News, Hope Gillespie


Want to Get Into Jazz? Listen to These 10 Albums First

Jazz music has an interesting history and a fascinating, multi-layered ethos. But even without knowing all that context and background, people instinctively feel that it’s just plain cool. Given that most of us would like to be little more cool, a lot of folks would like to get more into jazz music. But, they don’t really know where to begin.  If you Google “jazz music for beginners,” up will come myriad lists of jazz albums and tracks for the would-be aficionado to sample. But here’s the prob...
Tags: Google, Music, Life, Toronto, Travel & leisure, Canada, Jazz, Hobbies, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Gillespie, Charles, Louis Armstrong, Duke, Bay Area, Miles


Gillespie leads No. 15 Villanova past No. 18 Marquette

On a night Villanova retired the jersey of one of its greatest point guards, its current point guard came through in the clutch. Collin Gillespie had 14 points and hit a pivotal 3-pointer with 2:03 remaining, Jeremiah Robinson-Earl had 17 points and 11 rebounds and No. 15 Villanova held on for a 72-71 victory over No. 18 Marquette on Wednesday night to snap a three-game losing streak. Gillespie added five rebounds and four assists, but his shot taken just a few feet from where former Wildcats s...
Tags: News, Gillespie, College Basketball, Marquette, Villanova, Ryan Arcidiacono, Wildcats, Collin Gillespie, Jeremiah Robinson Earl


Gillespie, No. 17 Florida St. upset No. 5 Louisville 67-59

Kiah Gillespie set the tone, and her teammates helped finish the job. Gillespie scored 25 points to lead the No. 17 Florida State to a 67-59 upset over No. 5 Louisville on Thursday night. “That's the difference in her game," Florida State coach Sue Semrau said.
Tags: News, Basketball, Gillespie, Florida State, Louisville, Florida St, Sue Semrau, Kiah Gillespie


Jimmy Heath (1926-2020)

Jimmy Heath, a tenor saxophonist with exceptional gifts as a composer, arranger and player who spent critical years of the 1950s in prison for the sale of heroin but rebuilt his career in the 1960s and beyond, died on January 19. He was 93. [Photo above of Jimmy Heath by Francis Wolff (c) Mosaic Images] Nicknamed "Little Bird" for his Parker-like fluidity when he played alto saxophone in the late 1940, Jimmy didn't start recording leadership albums until 1959, when Orrin Keepnews brought him i...
Tags: John Lewis, New York, Navy, Fats, Ireland, Paris, Davis, Wisconsin, Newfoundland, Jazz, Bird, PERCY, Philadelphia, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Gillespie


How Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring Incited a Riot? An Animated Introduction

There was a time when a ballet could start a riot — specifically, the night of May 29th, 1913. The place was Paris' Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, and the ballet was The Rite of Spring, composed by Igor Stravinsky for the Ballets Ruses company. Popular history has remembered this debut performance as too bold, too daring, too avant-garde for its genteel audience to handle — and so, with the bourgeois duly épaté, we can freely appreciate Stravinsky's radical work from our position of 21st-ce...
Tags: Google, Music, College, History, Dance, Paris, Gillespie, Shakespeare, Haruki Murakami, Seoul, Facebook Twitter, Guernica, Stravinsky, Igor Stravinsky, Charlie Parker, Pagan


Sports-betting platforms pay publishers up to $500 for each gambler they refer, and it shows how legal wagering could shake up media

Sports-media companies like Barstool Sports and Bleacher Report are eyeing the US' growing base of legal sports bettors as a lucrative audience.  Delivering players to sports-betting platforms could become a meaningful new revenue stream for them. Sports-betting operators will pay between $100 to $500 for each sports bettor that's delivered to their platforms through affiliate links, Charles Gillespie, CEO of Gambling.com Group, told Business Insider. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Spo...
Tags: US, Trends, Espn, Gillespie, Ken Burns, Turner Sports, Barstool Sports, Business Insider Click, Charles Gillespie, Gambling com Group, Catena Media


Why Should We Read William Shakespeare? Four Animated Videos Make the Case

Sooner or later, we all encounter the plays of William Shakespeare: whether on the page, the stage, or—maybe most frequently these days—the screen. Over four hundred years after his death, Shakespeare is still very much relevant, not only as the most recognizable name in English literature, but also perhaps as its most famous storyteller, even if we don’t recognize his hand in modern adaptations that barely resemble their originals. But if we can turn Shakespeare’s plays into other kinds...
Tags: Google, England, London, College, Theatre, Literature, William Shakespeare, Gillespie, Vanessa Redgrave, Shakespeare, Samuel Beckett, James Joyce, Facebook Twitter, Durham NC, Dryden, John Dryden


Gillespie’s 17 & 18 lead No. 12 FSU women past Gators 66-55

GAINSVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Kiah Gillespie scored 17 points and matched her career high with 18 rebounds and No. 12 Florida State turned back rival Florida 66-55 on Tuesday night. Nicki Ekhomu added 15 points and Valencia Myers 10 for the Seminoles, who secured the game with a late 8-0 run. Gillespie has 16 double-doubles […]
Tags: Florida, News, Sports, Ap, Gillespie, Florida State, Seminoles, FSU, Gators, Gainsville Fla, Kiah Gillespie, Nicki Ekhomu, Valencia Myers


NextCloud Linux Servers Targetted by NextCry Ransomware (slashdot)

b-dayyy quotes Linux Security: A new and particularly troublesome ransomware variant has been identified in the wild. Dubbed NextCry, this nasty strain of ransomware encrypts data on NextCloud Linux servers and has managed to evade the detection of public scanning platforms and antivirus engines. To make matters worse, there is currently no free decryption tool available for victims. Ransomware hunter and creator of ID Ransomware Michael Gillespie notes that the NextCry ransomware, which is a...
Tags: News, Gillespie, Btc, AES, EditorDavid, NextCry Ransomware, NextCloud Linux, Ransomware Michael Gillespie


NextCloud Linux Servers Targetted by NextCry Ransomware

b-dayyy quotes Linux Security: A new and particularly troublesome ransomware variant has been identified in the wild. Dubbed NextCry, this nasty strain of ransomware encrypts data on NextCloud Linux servers and has managed to evade the detection of public scanning platforms and antivirus engines. To make matters worse, there is currently no free decryption tool available for victims. Ransomware hunter and creator of ID Ransomware Michael Gillespie notes that the NextCry ransomware, which is a...
Tags: Tech, Gillespie, Btc, AES, NextCry Ransomware, NextCloud Linux, Ransomware Michael Gillespie


UFC 244 Results: Kevin Lee Eradicates Gregor Gillespie (VIDEO) With Massive Head Kick To Earn $50K Bonus

Kevin Lee just scored one of the most devastating head-kick KOs of 2019, or ever. On Saturday night in Madison Square Garden on the UFC 244 main card, Lee crushed the previously undefeated Gregor Gillespie with this hellacious head kick. Here is what the MMA community said about the finish: The early action was an indication of the explosive ending. Lee came out in a very low stance to take away Gillespie's openings to shoot for a takedown. Gillespie is one of the most accomplished wrestler...
Tags: News, Ufc, Gillespie, MMA, Lee, Madison Square Garden, Kevin Lee, Gregor Gillespie, Kevin Lee Eradicates Gregor Gillespie


Scientists and researchers reveal 13 dark technology scenarios that keep them up at night

The rapid advancement of technology is causing people plenty of anxiety — including the scientists, researchers, and futurists, working on the technology itself. The advent of artificial intelligence, drones and self-driving vehicles raises many open-ended questions about the future of technology and the unintended consequences it may lead to.  We spoke to scientists and researchers to find out 13 dark theories that keep them up at night. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. B...
Tags: Facebook, Home Depot, US, America, Trends, Linkedin, Earth, Netflix, United States, Airbnb, Gillespie, Department Of Homeland Security, Black Mirror, Cylance, Dick, Crispr


The penniless hero of the ransomware epidemic has written more decryptors than anyone else

27 year old Michael Gillespie is a largely self-taught programmer and help-desk technician whose day job is working for Nerds on Call; when one of his customers asked for help in 2015 recovering files that had been encrypted by ransomware, he became obsessed with the subject and is now responsible for writing more ransomware decryptors than any other programmer, working for free and putting up an associated website, ID Ransomware, that guides ransomware victims through determining whether there...
Tags: Post, News, Ransomware, Fbi, Army, Gillespie, Illinois, Morgan, Abrams, BleepingComputer, Michael Gillespie, Wosar, Id Ransomware, Nerds On Call, Ransomware Hunting League, BleepingComputer Abrams


Inmate accused of trying to kill officer escapes from jail

DECATUR, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama inmate with a violent history of eluding law enforcement is on the run again. The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office says 30-year-old John Kaleb Gillespie escaped from the jail in Decatur on Sunday. Sheriff’s officials say another inmate helped Gillespie climb over a recreation yard wall. Officials say Gillespie tried […]
Tags: News, Alabama, Ap, Nation, Gillespie, Decatur, DECATUR Ala, Morgan County Sheriff s Office, John Kaleb Gillespie


A set of new tools can decrypt files locked by Stop, a highly active ransomware

Thousands of ransomware victims may finally get some long-awaited relief. New Zealand-based security company Emsisoft has built a set of decryption tools for Stop, a family of ransomware that includes Djvu and Puma, which they say could help victims recover some of their files. Stop is believed to be the most active ransomware in the world, accounting for more than half of all ransomware infections, according to figures from ID-Ransomware, a free site that helps identify infections. But Emsisoft...
Tags: Tech, New Zealand, Microsoft Office, Gillespie, Puma, Europol, Emsisoft, Bleeping Computer, Michael Gillespie, Djvu, Emsisoft It


Al Haig Plays Jerome Kern

In 1978, Japan's Trio Records recorded Al Haig in New York. The album was Al Haig Plays the Music of Jerome Kern, with Jamil Nasser on bass. These two were so good, adding a drummer was superfluous. The album was produced by Helen Merrill, and the vocalist sang one song accompanied by Haig—They Didn't Believe Me. Like so many of Haig's albums, this one reminds us how crystalline a player he was. He was a bebop master who could swing with plush sensitivity. Like Bud Powell, Haig could shift effo...
Tags: Japan, New York, Jazz, Miles Davis, Gillespie, Newark, Helen, Chet Baker, Stan Getz, Coast Guard, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Nutley, Bud Powell, Jerome Kern, Haig


New Music To Know This Week: Dana Williams Brings On Summer, Jozzy Is No Sucka & More

Ever since my first job at MTV working as a music programmer, I can't stop trying to match people with music they might like. So, I wrote a book calledRecord Collecting for Girls and started interviewing musicians. The Music Concierge is a column where I share music I'm listening to that you might enjoy, with a little context. Get everything I've recommended this year on Spotify, follow me on Twitter or Facebook, and leave a comment below telling me what you're listening to this week. Dana Wil...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, Mtv, Williams, Gillespie, Lil Wayne, Leonard Cohen, Phil Spector, Weezer, Lightbody, Dana Williams, Billy Ray Cyrus, Old Town Road, Hibberd, Jozzy


Bobby Jaspar: The Early Years

Jazz musicians in continental Europe who emerged in the 1940s held a special distinction. They survived World War II in countries occupied by the Germans. Jazz was used by them almost as therapy to express the terror of brutality and the joy of liberation. This certainly was true of the young Bobby Jaspar, a resourceful Belgian woodwind player who would go on to become one of the most significant European jazz musicians of the 1950s and early '60s. Born and raised in Liège, Belgium, Jaspar watc...
Tags: Europe, Sweden, Paris, Belgium, Jazz, Gillespie, Tunisia, Bobby, Don, Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, John Ward, Getz, Liege, David Johnson, Haig


A Brief Animated Introduction to the Life and Work of Frida Kahlo

Reducing an artist’s work to their biography produces crude understanding. But in very many cases, life and work cannot be teased apart. This applies not only to Sylvia Plath and her contemporary confessional poets but also to James Joyce and Marcel Proust and writers they admired, like Dante and Cervantes. Such an artist too is Frida Kahlo, a practitioner of narrative self-portraits in a modernizing idiom that at the same time draws extensively on tradition. The literary nature of her a...
Tags: Google, Art, College, Mexico, Gillespie, James Joyce, Dante, Sylvia Plath, Marcel Proust, Diego Rivera, Garcia, Facebook Twitter, Maria Garcia, Frida Kahlo, Leon Trotsky, WBUR


Iseult Gillespie Why should you read Sylvia Plath?

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No. 22 Florida State women beat Duke 51-41 in ACC tourney

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — Kiah Gillespie had 15 points and 12 rebounds and No. 22 Florida State pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat Duke 51-41 on Thursday night in the second round of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament. Gillespie hit three 3-pointers and collected her 11th double-double of the season. Nausia Woolfolk added […]
Tags: News, Sports, Gillespie, Duke, Florida State, N C AP, Atlantic Coast Conference, Greensboro, Nausia Woolfolk, Kiah Gillespie


From self-harm to terrorism, online recommendations cast a deadly shadow | John Naughton

The tragic case of Molly Russell has highlighted their malign influenceMy eye was caught by a headline in Wired magazine: “When algorithms think you want to die”. Below it was an article by two academic researchers, Ysabel Gerrard and Tarleton Gillespie, about the “recommendation engines” that are a central feature of social media and e-commerce sites.Everyone who uses the web is familiar with these engines. A recommendation algorithm is what prompts Amazon to tell me that since I’ve bought Cust...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Technology, Social Networking, Internet, Gillespie, John Naughton, Tarleton Gillespie, Safiya Umoja Noble, Molly Russell, Ysabel Gerrard


Best TV shows set in every state

Forget the airplane , the automobile, and the iPhone. The greatest American invention in history is hands down the television. Not only has it given us a way to see the world without leaving our living room, but it was also an electronic babysitter long before the tablet and gave families something to do at dinner other than talk to each other. Over the 70-plus years TV has been around we’ve seen thousands of shows, set all kinds of places around our great land. We took a look through TV histo...
Tags: Travel, Utah, Florida, Hbo, New York, Hollywood, Texas, Minnesota, Nbc, Mississippi, Maryland, Minneapolis, Colorado, Abc, South Park, California