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A Czech developer helps fellow students learn remotely

As students all over the world were making the transition to online learning last spring, 17-year-old Matěj Krček, a Google Developer Group member, realized that many of his fellow students in Czechia needed tutorials in their native language on how to use Google Workspace.Matěj usually works on coding and programming projects within his Google Developer Group, a program that connects local developers with similar interests, and it gave him a deep familiarity with Google technologies.  He realiz...
Tags: Google, Education, Developers, Google Calendar, Matej, Czechia, Google in Europe, Google Developer Group, Jennfier Kohl, Matěj Krček, Czech Ministry of Education Conference, Czech Ministry of Education Conference He, Ivana Kopkova, Google YouTube Channel


The Grind Line: Red Wings Rebuild & Prospects

What’s The Grind Line? Apart from the once-famous line of Kris Draper, Kirk Maltby, and either Joe Kocur or Darren McCarty, The Grind Line is also The Hockey Writers’ weekly column about the Detroit Red Wings. Jacob Messing, Griffin Schroeder, and Tony Wolak are the muckers who make up THW’s forechecking unit and sound off on Red Wings topics. Over the past few weeks, we’ve covered how the Detroit Red Wings could approach the 2018 NHL trade deadline substantially, including commentary on Mike G...
Tags: Column, Usa, Sport, Green, Gm, Holland, Detroit Red Wings, AHL, Hockey, NHL, North America, Detroit, Red Wings, ECHL, Niklas Kronwall, Petr Mrazek


Iceland's incredible, ever-changing ice caves

The photographer captured the amazing shots in the Vatnajokull National Park on the Breidamerkurjokull glacier tongue. Matej said: “One of the ice caves has been well known for few years already, but new ones appeared on east side of the glacier tongue this year.
Tags: News, Iceland, Matej, Vatnajökull National Park


'Extreme sleepover #20' – welcome to dataworld

I’m standing 100 feet underground in a fluorescent-white room. In the centre, stand four rows of server cabinets. I’m following Matej, a data centre technician, as he carries out some diagnostic tests on the facility’s IT equipment. To get here we had to go through several security checks, including a high-tech biometric fingerprint scanner and a good old-fashioned, low-tech massive door. The IT equipment is distributed over multiple floors, each going deeper and deeper below ground into ...
Tags: Google, Eu, Earth, Alex, Creative Commons Attribution, Matej, Alex Taylor, Christos Lynteris, Division of Social Anthropology, Alex Taylor Alex Taylor


An Olympic Race Walker Pooped Himself, Started Bleeding And Still Placed 8th

Violent mid-race gastrointestinal issues may have cost a French race walker Olympic gold, but they didn’t keep the heroic athlete from waddling across the finish line. On Friday, 38-year-old world record holder Yohann Diniz maintained a healthy lead in the men’s 50km walk final in Rio de Janeiro when his bowels suddenly turned on him, Business Insider reports. Race footage showed Diniz struggling to continue as blood appeared to run down the backs of his legs.  More photos can be seen here. Whi...
Tags: News, Rio De Janeiro, Huffington Post, Mayo Clinic, Chris D Angelo, Diniz, FRA, Matej


Quique Sanchez Flores expecting more summer signings at Watford

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman says that his side's 0-0 draw against Watford "wasn't a draw" in his opinion, but did indicate that the defense of both sides were just too strong. Watford head coach Quique Sanchez Flores admits he is finding it difficult to accommodate the club's 12 summer signings but believes there will be even more arrivals before the end of the transfer window. Watford have made wholesale changes to the squad that won promotion from the Championship last sea...
Tags: Story, Southampton, Watford, Ronald Koeman, Barclays Premier League, Quique Sánchez Flores, Vicarage Road, Matej