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Thailand’s ‘Tough’ Mobile Price War to Moderate, Telenor’s Unit Says

The carrier’s revenue has declined for 14 consecutive quarters amid the fight for market share. While trying to lure users with lower prices, Total Access and bigger competitor Advanced Info Service Pcl have in the past few months acquired spectrum amid rising demand for data transmission. Ahead of the country’s planned sales of spectrum for 5G this year, Reich said Total Access isn’t ready to commit to participating.
Tags: Science, Thailand, Reich, Moderate Telenor, Advanced Info Service Pcl


Jordan Peele’s Amazon Series ‘The Hunt’ Hunts Down the Rest of Its Cast

Jordan Peele‘s Nazi-hunting series has set its targets on the rest of its ensemble cast. Percy Jackson star Logan Lerman is set to lead the Amazon series with Al Pacino playing a Nazi hunter who takes Lerman’s character under his wing. Now the rest of The Hunt cast is starting to take shape. Collider reported that Jerrika Hinton, Dylan Baker, Lena Olin, Greg Austin, Catherine Tate, Tiffany Boone, Saul Rubinek and Carol Kane are all in various stages of negotiation to join the cast. Amazon has...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Casting, Nazis, New York City, War, Fbi, United States, Nazi, Al-Pacino, True Story, Murray, Kane, Reich, LERMAN


Amazon Rounds Out Cast for Jordan Peele’s The Hunt

Amazon rounds out cast for Jordan Peele’s The Hunt Collider reports that Emmy Award-nominated actor Dylan Baker (The Good Wife), Jerrika Hinton (Grey’s Anatomy), Greg Austin (Class), Catherine Tate (The Office), Tiffany Boone (Beautiful Creatures), and Saul Rubinek (Warehouse 13)  are in final negotiations to join the cast of Jordan Peele’s upcoming drama series The Hunt. In addition, Academy Award nominees Lena Olin (Enemies) and Carol Kane (Hester Street) are also in talks to appear in the ...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, New York City, TV News, Catherine Tate, Al Pacino, Sonar, Reich, Logan Lerman, Peele, Jordan Peele, Greg Austin, The Hunt, Carol Kane, Jenna Santoianni


Uber has expanded its app to offer public transportation for the first time

Uber's first in-app public transportation options launched in Denver on Thursday. The feature will allow users to compare car trips with bus and train schedule — and even has mobile ticketing options.  The ride-hailing giant wants to be a "one-stop-shop" for transportation, executives said in an interview, and hope to roll the feature out to more cities soon. For the first time on Thursday, you'll be able to compare car rides and public transit trips all inside the Uber app, the ride-hailing...
Tags: Uber, Colorado, Los Angeles, Trends, Salzburg, Denver, Reich, Masabi, David Reich Uber, Andrew Salzburg, Innisfil Ontario Canada, Santa Monica California Washington


Uber’s transit offering just went live in Denver

Uber, after announcing its intentions to get into public transit last April, is ready to launch in Denver. In partnership with the Regional Transportation District and transit data provider Moovit, residents of Denver will now be able to navigate public transportation within the Uber app. For transit, Uber is serving two sets of customers: agencies and riders. For both sets, Uber is aiming to increase efficiency, enhance the experience, and increase equity and accessibility, Uber Head of Transit...
Tags: Transportation, Uber, London, Boston, Los Angeles, Tech, Transit, Mta, Denver, Moovit, Reich, David Reich, Dara Khosrowshahi, Masabi, Khosrowshahi, Thames Clippers


Lyft and Juno are suing New York City after new minimum wage requirements for drivers

Lyft and Juno are suing New York City over a minimum wage law for drivers that's set to take effect on Friday.  The companies, both Uber competitors, say the rule is "inherently flawed and fundamentally unfair." As it stands, the rule would guarantee drivers at least $17.22 per hour after expenses.  Ride-hailing drivers in New York City are set to get a legally-guaranteed minimum wage on Friday, but new lawsuits filed Wednesday from two Uber competitors could put a wrinkle in their raise. Jun...
Tags: Lyft, Uber, New York, New York City, US, Trends, Tsa, Tlc, City Council, Juno, Reich, New York City Council, Uber Lyft, Michael Reich, Jim Conigliaro Jr, Campbell Matthews


Lyft and Juno are suing New York City over new minimum wage requirements for drivers

Lyft and Juno are suing New York City over a minimum wage law for drivers that's set to take effect on Friday.  The companies, both Uber competitors, say the rule is "inherently flawed and fundamentally unfair." As it stands, the rule would guarantee drivers at least $17.22 per hour after expenses.  Ride-hailing drivers in New York City are set to get a legally-guaranteed minimum wage on Friday, but new lawsuits filed Wednesday from two Uber competitors could put a wrinkle in their raise. Jun...
Tags: Lyft, Uber, New York, London, New York City, US, Trends, Tlc, City Council, Juno, Reich, New York City Council, Uber Lyft, Michael Reich, Jim Conigliaro Jr, Campbell Matthews


Lyft and another Uber competitor are suing New York City after new minimum wage requirements for drivers

Lyft and Juno are suing New York City over a minimum wage law for drivers that's set to take effect on Friday.  The companies, both Uber competitors, say the rule is "inherently flawed and fundamentally unfair." As it stands, the rule would guarantee drivers at least $17.22 per hour after expenses.  Ride-hailing drivers in New York City are set to get a legally-guaranteed minimum wage on Friday, but new lawsuits filed Wednesday from two Uber competitors could put a wrinkle in their raise. Jun...
Tags: Lyft, New York, London, New York City, US, Trends, Bill De Blasio, Tlc, City Council, Juno, Reich, New York City Council, Michael Reich, Campbell Matthews, James Parrott


The Reich Backlash.

Last year I waxed enthusiastic about David Reich’s Who We Are and How We Got Here: Ancient DNA and the New Science of the Human Past and described his take on the history of Indo-European. As I read Gideon Lewis-Kraus’s cover story in last Sunday’s New York Times Magazine, I realized it was shaping up as a takedown of Reich, featuring a group of archeologists who are resentful of his strongarm tactics and the kind of dominance that makes it hard for dissenters to get published. Having seen the...
Tags: Wikipedia, Nazis, Uncategorized, Linguistics, Times, New York Times Magazine, Vanuatu, Reich, Chomsky, New Caledonia, Lapita, David Reich, Gideon Lewis Kraus, Lewis Kraus, Sanhambath


Campaigns compete in Pasadena’s minimum wage debate

When it comes to the income gap between California’s rich and poor, Pasadena comes second only to San Francisco, according to a recent report. In Pasadena, the average income of the richest 5 percent of households is more than 45 times greater than the average income of the poorest 20 percent of households, the second-highest gap among the state’s 50 largest cities. On the other end of the scale, in Pomona, for example, the gap shrinks to just 18 times greater, U.S. Census data show. It’s facts ...
Tags: Business, California, Government, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Economy, Cities, Soccer, City Council, Pasadena, Local News, UC Berkeley, Zillow, Ucla, Pomona


Is Ancient DNA Research Revealing New Truths — or Falling Into Old Traps?

Geneticists have begun using old bones to make sweeping claims about the distant past. But their revisions to the human story are making some scholars of prehistory uneasy.
Tags: News, Harvard University, Vanuatu, Reich, Krause, Johannes, Genetics and Heredity, Archaeology and Anthropology, Nature (Journal, Current Biology (Journal, David E (1974-


Frank Reich notes “odd dynamics” and desire to have his guy as reasons for Dave DeGuglielmo firing

Despite massive strides made by the offensive line of the Indianapolis Colts in 2018, head coach Frank Reich elected to part ways with line coach Dave DeGuglielmo after their season-ending loss to the Kansas City Chiefs last weekend. DeGuglielmo and Reich were a bit of a forced marriage as DeGuglielmo joined the Colts under the belief Josh McDaniels would be the team's head coach. Instead, McDaniels bailed on his commitment to the Colts to return to the New England Patriots.
Tags: News, Indianapolis Colts, Kansas City Chiefs, Reich, Colts, Frank Reich, McDaniels, Dave DeGuglielmo, Josh McDaniels, DeGuglielmo


The Hunt: Al Pacino to Star in Amazon’s Nazi Hunting Series

The Hunt: Al Pacino to star in Amazon’s Nazi hunting series While Al Pacino’s been an iconic movie star for decades, he may be very close to landing his first-ever TV role. According to Deadline, Pacino is close to closing a deal to star in Jordan Peele’s The Hunt, which will premiere on Amazon. Assuming the deal gets finalized, Pacino will co-star with the previously announced Logan Lerman. The series has been given a direct-to-series order and will have 10 hour-long episodes. The Hunt will...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, New York City, TV News, Al Pacino, Sonar, Reich, Logan Lerman, Peele, Jordan Peele, Pacino, The Hunt, Jenna Santoianni, Monkeypaw Tom Lesinski Mr Mercedes


Al Pacino Will Hunt Nazis for Jordan Peele (in the Amazon Series ‘The Hunt’)

Is Al Pacino in the midst of a comeback? I hope so. The acclaimed actor will appear in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman later this year, and now he’s about to join the Amazon series The Hunt. The show, which hails from executive producer Jordan Peele, focuses on a team of Nazi hunters in 1977 New York City who discover hundreds of secret Nazis are attempting to create a Fourth Reich in the United States. Deadline broke the news about Pacino...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Casting, Nazis, New York City, America, United States, Brazil, Nazi, Hitler, Quentin Tarantino, Al-Pacino, Martin Scorsese


'Keep going 1-0': Can't-lose Colts embrace Frank Reich's vision

Reich wasn't the first coach the Colts wanted, but he was the one they needed to guide a rebuilding team that now looks as dangerous as any in the league.
Tags: NFL, Reich, Colts, Frank Reich


‘Turn Up Charlie’ First Look Photos: Idris Elba is a DJ and a Manny

Idris Elba was just named the Sexiest Man Alive by People magazine last year, and we know that’s true because he even looks dashing when he’s playing a DJ who ends up being a manny to friend’s daughter. That’s the premise of a new Netflix comedy series called Turn Up Charlie, and the streaming service has released the first photos from the show arriving this spring. See Idris Elba spinning the tracks and looking like a boss in the Turn Up Charlie photos below. First up, here’s Idris Elba loo...
Tags: Images, Comedy, Television, Movies, Netflix, Idris-Elba, Coachella, People Magazine, Reich, Charlie, Elba, Manny, Gabby, Piper Perabo, Ana Garanito, JJ Feild


Reich adds playoff run to list of memorable comebacks

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Frank Reich mastered the art of the comeback while playing quarterback. He cemented his reputation Sunday night. Nearly 11 months after accepting the job Josh McDaniels spurned, Indianapolis’ backup choice completed one of the most remarkable midseason turnarounds in league history by leading the Colts to their first playoff berth since 2014. […]
Tags: News, Sports, Indianapolis, Ap, Reich, Colts, Frank Reich, Josh McDaniels


In rush to find next Sean McVay and Matt Nagy, NFL teams will likely miss out on good coaching candidates

The fact that Reich’s offense got red hot in the playoffs last season and won the Super Bowl did not hurt this trend toward hiring offensive-minded head coaches. Hell, the Eagles’ head coach was Doug Pederson, a former quarterback himself who was hired the previous year (under much scrutiny) after spending three seasons as the Chiefs’ offensive coordinator. The Eagles’ championship only reinforced the desire within the league to hire McVay prototypes, much like the success of Nagy and Reich has ...
Tags: News, NFL, Eagles, Reich, Doug Pederson, Chiefs, Nagy, Sean McVay, Matt Nagy NFL, Hell the Eagles


Former MACHINE HEAD Drummer Dave McClain Rejoins SACRED REICH

McClain was originally in the band from '91 to '95. The post Former MACHINE HEAD Drummer Dave McClain Rejoins SACRED REICH appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Breakups & Shakeups, Machine Head, Reich, McClain, Dave McClain, Sacred Reid


Logan Lerman Takes the Lead in Jordan Peele’s Amazon Series The Hunt

Logan Lerman takes the lead in Jordan Peele’s Amazon series The Hunt Logan Lerman (The Perks of Being a Wallflower) is set to headline Jordan Peele’s upcoming vengeance-driven Nazi hunting series The Hunt for Amazon, according to Deadline. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = goo...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, New York City, Getty, Sonar, Hunt, Reich, LERMAN, Logan Lerman, Peele, Jordan Peele, The Hunt, Get Out, Monkeypaw Productions, Jenna Santoianni


CDC selects UMass Amherst biostatistician model that helps predict influenza outbreaks

When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was looking for a preferred flu prediction model for use in its flu-forecasting challenge this season, an influenza-tracking model developed by a team led by biostatistician Nicholas Reich at the University of Massachusetts Amherst rose to the top and will be one of its principal prediction tools, Reich says.
Tags: Health, Cdc, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Reich, University of Massachusetts Amherst, UMass Amherst, Nicholas Reich


"Just how much of a Nazi was the most important American architect of the 20th century?"

"Per Mark Lamster’s new The Man in the Glass House: Philip Johnson, Architect of the Modern Century, the answer is nothing short of astonishing, albeit only in the negative sense of the word," writes Armin Rosen in Tablet.In 1934, the 28-year-old Johnson and one of his assistants left their posts as architectural curators at the Museum of Modern Art to begin a brownshirts-style discussion group and activist organization in Johnson’s Manhattan townhouse. Johnson had been enthralled by a Hitler Yo...
Tags: Law, Sex, Nazis, Architecture, Manhattan, Nuremberg, Hitler, Museum of Modern Art, Johnson, Reich, Potsdam, Philip Johnson, Armin Rosen, Ann Althouse, Mark Lamster, Philip Johnson Architect


Colts look to rebound from dismal offensive performance

Andrew Luck accepted the blame for Sunday's shutout. It's the same routine coach Frank Reich follows each week - make quick corrections, carefully game plan for the next opponent and don't overthink what went wrong. Naturally, one subpar game won't get Reich to change his strategy even with playoff aspirations at stake.
Tags: News, Indianapolis Colts, Andrew Luck, Reich, Frank Reich


Colts' Reich 'sure thought' clock should've halted

The Indianapolis Colts thought tight end Erik Swoope got out of bounds and the clock should have been stopped on the final play of their 6-0 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
Tags: NFL, Jacksonville Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts, Reich, Erik Swoope


Heed the lessons of the first World War

This month, Americans observed the hundredth anniversary of the armistice formally ending hostilities in the Great War — or World War One, as it later came to be known. For many of us, the world of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empires seems to hold almost no relevance to our own. Yet even if the bygone age feels inaccessible and uninformative, the simplest facts about life a century ago ought to dramatically influence our attitudes today. The wholesale slaughter and chaos of 1918 did shape o...
Tags: Europe, Greece, Congress, Opinion, White House, Germany, Berlin, US, Sport, Turkey, West, Soccer, Gop, Editorials, Moscow, Vladimir Lenin


An Archive of 800+ Imaginative Propaganda Maps Designed to Shape Opinions & Beliefs: Enter Cornell’s Persuasive Maps Collection

We tend to take a very special interest in archives and maps on this site—and especially in archives of maps. Yet it is rare, if not unheard of, to discover a map archive in which every single entry repays attention. The PJ Mode Persuasive Cartography Collection at Cornell University Library is such an archive. Each map in the collection, from the most simplified to the most elaborate, tells not only one story, but several, overlapping ones about its creators, their intended audience, their ant...
Tags: Google, Asia, Europe, Maps, Politics, England, Wales, College, China, Russia, United States, Napoleon Bonaparte, Hitler, Archives, Robert Louis Stevenson, New York Times Magazine


An Archive of 800+ Propaganda Maps Designed to Shape Opinions & Beliefs: Enter Cornell’s Persuasive Maps Collection

We tend to take a very special interest in archives and maps on this site—and especially in archives of maps. Yet it is rare, if not unheard of, to discover a map archive in which every single entry repays attention. The PJ Mode Persuasive Cartography Collection at Cornell University Library is such an archive. Each map in the collection, from the most simplified to the most elaborate, tells not only one story, but several, overlapping ones about its creators, their intended audience, their ant...
Tags: Google, Asia, Europe, Maps, Politics, England, Wales, College, China, Russia, United States, Napoleon Bonaparte, Hitler, Archives, Robert Louis Stevenson, New York Times Magazine


Leonard Cohen’s Last Work, The Flame Gets Published: Discover His Final Poems, Drawings, Lyrics & More

It's a perverse irony or an apt metaphor: Leonard Cohen is best known for a song that took him five years to write, and that went almost unheard on its debut, in part because the head of Columbia’s music division, Walter Yetnikoff, refused to release Cohen’s 1985 album Various Positions in the U.S. “Leonard, we know you’re great,” said Yetnikoff, “We just don’t know if you’re any good.” It might have been Cohen’s summation of life itself. It wasn’t until Jeff Buckley’s electric gospel cover in ...
Tags: Google, Books, Music, College, America, United States, Paris, The Guardian, Elvis Costello, God, Malcolm Gladwell, Leonard Cohen, Columbia, Jeff Buckley, John Cale, Reich


Nutter Stalks Bear Biologist

Biologist Heather Reich of the the Nevada Department of Wildlife is not afraid of grizzly bears in Montana or black bears in Nevada, but she's terrified of a "Tahoe-area animal rights activist" by the name of Carolyn Stark who lived in Incline Village and who has staled her down the freeways as she works trapping and moving bears in conflict with humans.On Sept. 14, Ms. Stark followed biologist Reich on Mount Rose Highway and Interstate 580 while Reich was towing a bear trap. Reich had released...
Tags: Montana, Pets, Nevada, Reich, Incline Village, Nevada Department of Wildlife, NDOW, Mount Rose Highway, PBurns, Terrierman, Heather Reich, Carolyn Stark, Tannenbaum Event Center, Reno Reich, Bear League, Pierre Hascheff


Eerie, amazing sounds from tape loops, patches – like whales in space

Fahmi Mursyid from Indonesia has been creating oceans of wondrously sculpted sounds on netlabels for the past years. Be sure to watch these magical constructions on nothing but Walkman tape loops with effects pedals and VCV Rack patches – immense sonic drones from minimal materials. Fahmi hails from Bandung, in West Java, Indonesia. While places like Yogyakarta have hogged the attention traditionally (back even to pre-colonial gamelan kingdom heydeys), it seems like Bandung has quietly become ...
Tags: Music, Diy, Indonesia, Experimental, Tech, Drone, Hacks, Steve Reich, Open-source, Walkman, Ambient, DSP, Modular, Denpasar, Music Tech, Free As In Freedom