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We had a competitive distance runner try this $500 running watch for 1,000 miles — and it's better than anything he's ever used

The   Insider Picks   team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. A high-quality GPS running watch provides accurate data about your runs, displays the information you want clearly on one screen, and is packed full of other useful metrics. We like the Garmin Forerunner 935 Running GPS Watch because it can be used for swimming and cycling, has a long battery life, and measures several metrics you...
Tags: Amazon, Florida, Trends, Ted, International Space Station, Garmin, Business Insider, Mall Of America, Garmin Connect, Ted Westbrook


Join Us for a Free Day-Long Happiness Webinar Event: World Happiness Agora

I’m so grateful for all the years of support and guidance Dr. Grohol has brought our work at iFred, and am so grateful to be sharing the PsychCentral message of community with the broader public through the first ever World Happiness Agora. The event is taking place online, with free access for all with an internet connection, bringing together leading scientists, educators, innovators, technologists, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and youth to share why and how mental health must be addressed...
Tags: Psychology, General, Happiness, Ted, Un, Webinar, John Grohol, Grohol, Elizabeth Lombardo, Shekhar Saxena, Moitreyee Sinha, Luis Gallardo, Dixon Chibanda, Bill Bernat, Matthew Jackman, Barbara Van Dahlen


Pat Laffan: Father Ted's 'Pat Mustard' dies aged 79

Irish actor Pat Laffan was best known for playing the milkman in Channel 4 comedy Father Ted.
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St Patrick's Day: What it's like to hang out with Father Ted's biggest fans on 'Craggy Island'

Feck, drink and gerls – the Father Ted festival has it all, discovers Helen Coffey [Author: Helen Coffey]
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Ted Cohen Joins MediaTech As Head Of Corporate Development

Music industry and music tech veteran Ted Cohen has been named Head Of Corporate Development at MediaTech Ventures, an investment fund and incubator focused on the nexus of music, entertainment and technology. Cohen, who did stints in the executive suites at Warner Brothers Records and EMI, has spent the last three decades serving as a bridge between the music industry and tech, including as Managing Partner of consultancy TAG Strategic - “a combination Swiss Army knife and pocket field gui...
Tags: Music, Ted, Bruce Houghton, Cohen, Swiss Army, EMI, Warner Brothers Records, Ted Cohen, Paul O'Brien, MediaTech Ventures, Ted Cohen Ted, Paul O'Brien John Zozzaro


Democrat Congressman Wants to Tax & Register Squirrel Guns

Opinion Democrat Congressman Wants to Tax & Register Squirrel Guns Fairfax, VA – -(Ammoland.com)- By the standards of today’s anti-gun zealots, Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL) seems at first glance to be aiming rather low with H.R. 1263, which seeks to add to the National Firearms Act any “semiautomatic rifle or shotgun that has the capacity to accept a detachable [magazine].” Oh, don’t get us wrong. No reasonable, freedom-loving person would try to impose such a preposterous, constitutionally-suspec...
Tags: Florida, Guns, Congress, America, Ted, Fairfax, NFA, Deutch, Ted Deutch, Gun Rights News, NRA-ILA, Institute for Legislative Action ILA, National Rifle Association of America ILA, Democrats War on Guns, Nina Burleigh


‘Santa Clarita Diet’ Season 3 Trailer: Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant Consider Making Their Vows Truly Eternal

Anyone order their meal of human flesh with a dose of existential crises? Because that’s what’s on tap for Santa Clarita Diet season 3, which follows husband and undead wife, Joel (Timothy Olyphant) and Sheila (Drew Barrymore), as they consider making the most eternal vow of all: turning Joel into a zombie. It’s just the latest bump in the suburban couple’s marriage as they navigate Sheila’s undead cravings and the arrival of a Hitler sympathizer next door in the hit Netflix series. Santa C...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Horror, Ted, Netflix, Natalie Morales, Timothy-Olyphant, Drew-Barrymore, Hitler, Joel, Santa Clarita, Barrymore, Sheila, Abby, Skyler Gisondo


Piston Slap: Single DIN + Multiple Options = Serious Improvement for Cheap?

Ted writes: In your suggested fixes to a 200,000-mile BMW, you mentioned better aftermarket radios. That got me interested! I’m buying a 1989 Porsche 944 turbo with about 10 problems and the radio ain’t one. (The price? 6,500 Canuckian pesos!) As I fix it up for my own long-term use, however, I want to understand […] The post Piston Slap: Single DIN + Multiple Options = Serious Improvement for Cheap? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Ted, Autos, Bmw, Carplay, Android Auto, Usb Charging, News Blog, Piston Slap, Car Stereo, 1 Din, Android Open Accessory, Classic Car Smartphone Integration, Ipod Integration, Smartphone Integration, Stealth Install


A Special Pre-Game Show Tonight

Celebrating Ted Lindsay tonight on Red Wings Live at 8:30 p.m. Mickey Redmond, Chris Osgood & @JohnKeatingFSD will talk about Ted’s career, legacy in creating the NHLPA and philanthropy. @DetroitRedWings pic.twitter.com/HnJzI6uy3c — FOX Sports Detroit (@FOXSportsDet) March 5, 2019
Tags: Sport, Ted, NHLPA, Ted Lindsay, Mickey Redmond Chris Osgood


Red Wings’ “Terrible” Ted Lindsay: Honoring a Lasting Legacy

Ted Lindsay, one of the Detroit Red Wings’ all-time greats died on Monday, March 4, 2019. He was 93. Toronto Maple Leafs’ President and former Red Wings player Brendan Shanahan said it well: “We used to walk by this photo in Olympia room at Joe Louis Arena every day. It served as inspiration and brought many of Ted’s stories to life. If they play pick-up hockey in heaven, I’d like to think everyone is nervously doing up their chinstraps today. You were a giant, Ted.” The Production Line was re-...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Ted, Chicago, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, Detroit, Chicago Blackhawks, Saskatchewan, Montreal Canadiens, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Blackhawks, Gordie Howe, Dylan Larkin


One Tough Man

from Mitch Albom of the Detroit Free Press, At the end of the season, if you’re the best player in the NHL, the trophy they give you is named after Ted Lindsay. That’s all you really need to know. He won four Stanley Cups and once led the league in scoring, was a Red Wings general manager and briefly their coach, and those accomplishments don’t begin to tell this guy’s story. Compact and powerful, he never grew beyond 5 foot 8, and by the time he reached his 90s, old age had stooped him e...
Tags: Sport, Ted, NHL, Gordie Howe, Red Wings, Detroit Free Press, Mitch Albom, Lindsay, Stanley Cups, Ted Lindsay, Sid Abel, Oakland Township


NHL News & Notes: Lindsay, McCabe & More

In today’s News & Notes, NHL Legend Ted Lindsay has passed away, Jake McCabe is out for five to six weeks with an upper-body injury and Kevan Miller is considered week to week. Related: NHL News & Notes: Boucher, Coyne Schofield & More Ted Lindsay Passes Away The NHL world suffered a big loss Monday as Ted Linsday has passed away. The legendary forward played in 17 NHL seasons and won four Stanley Cups as a member of the Detroit Red Wings in 1950, 1952, 1954 and 1955. A couple of good Norther...
Tags: Column, News, Sport, Ted, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, Chicago Blackhawks, Miller, Boston Bruins, Bruins, Toronto Maple Leafs, Buffalo Sabres, Red Wings, Sabres, David Pastrnak


Brendan Shanahan On Ted Lindsay

We used to walk by this photo in Olympia room at Joe Louis Arena every day. It served as inspiration and brought many of Ted’s stories to life. If they play pick-up hockey in heaven, I’d like to think everyone is nervously doing up their chinstraps today. You were a giant Ted. pic.twitter.com/ti0t8FM5u7 — Brendan Shanahan (@brendanshanahan) March 4, 2019
Tags: Sport, Ted, Olympia, Joe Louis Arena, Brendan Shanahan, Ted Lindsay


Gary Bettman On The Passing Of Ted Lindsay

NEW YORK (March 4, 2019) – National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman today released the following statement regarding the passing of Ted Lindsay: The National Hockey League mourns the passing and celebrates the incomparable life of the legendary Ted Lindsay. One of the game’s fiercest competitors during his 17-season NHL career, he was among its most beloved ambassadors throughout the more than five decades of service to hockey that followed his retirement. In Detroit, he was a civic ...
Tags: Sport, Ted, Detroit Red Wings, NHL, Detroit, Meredith, National Hockey League, Chicago Blackhawks, Gary Bettman, Red Wings, Lindsay, League, Leslie, Hockey Hall of Fame, NHL Players Association, Ted Lindsay


The Detroit Red Wings On The Death Of Ted Lindsay

DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings are saddened to learn of the passing of Ted Lindsay, one of the most iconic players in franchise history and an integral figure off the ice who helped shape hockey for decades, who passed away today at the age of 93. “Ted Lindsay was a Detroit Red Wings legend and icon, a hall of fame hockey player and Stanley Cup champion, and an even better person off the ice,” commented Ilitch Holdings President and CEO and Red Wings Governor Christopher Ilitch. “He operate...
Tags: Sport, Ted, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit, Red Wings, Ted Lindsay, Ilitch Holdings, Marian Ilitch, Christopher Ilitch, Detroit Community


Any Ted Lindsay Interactions?

Most of us are too young to remember Ted Lindsay's play on the ice, but I am sure some of you have some Ted Lindsay stories to share. I have told this one before and tweeted it this morning, but it is worth sharing again. I have met Mr. Lindsay a few times but my first encounter with him is one to remember. During my college years, I drove the Zamboni at my local rink, which happened to be the home ice for Hillsdale College. Ted Lindsay was the coach and while I was resurfacing the...
Tags: Sport, Ted, Lindsay, Ted Lindsay, Hillsdale College, Ted Lindsay Interactions


A new Dr. Seuss book — 'Horse Museum' — is coming out this fall

The new book will be titled Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum.Author of 45 children's books, Dr. Seuss's profundity mixed seamlessly with his simplicity. Revisit and explore these timeless classics by yourself and with your children. Publisher Random House has announced that a new Dr. Seuss book, Horse Museum, will be released this fall. In it, a horse guides children through a tour of an art museum, teaching them how we all see the world in different ways.The book's release on September 3 will mark ne...
Tags: Art, Books, Earth, Ted, Culture, Illustration, New York Times, Innovation, Classics, Literature, Pablo Picasso, Grinch, Random House, Brian Grazer, Joyner, Dartmouth College


Statement From Don Fehr On The Passing Of Ted Lindsay

TORONTO (March 4, 2019) –   The National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) released the following statement from Executive Director Don Fehr regarding the passing of Ted Lindsay:   “All current and former NHL players lost a true friend with the passing of Ted Lindsay. “Terrible Ted” was one of the fiercest competitors to ever play in the NHL, and he enjoyed great success on the Detroit’s fabled “Production Line”, helping lead the Red Wings to four Stanley Cup championships. On the i...
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Videos- Hockey Hall Of Fame Member Ted Lindsay

from the Hockey Hall of Fame, Nicknames sometimes say a great deal about the person they are attached to. Ted Lindsay's moniker - "Terrible Ted" - tells only half of his story. Lindsay was indeed a rough, often mean competitor who spent more time in the penalty box than any player in his time. He was only 5'8" and 160 pounds but could hold his own in fights and in the corners with much larger opponents. But Lindsay was also a gifted offensive player, a natural goal scorer who set ...
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Ted Lindsay Has Died At Age 93

from the Detroit News, Ted Lindsay, a Detroit Red Wings legend and four-time Stanley Cup winner, has died at the age of 93. Lew LaPaugh, 67, Lindsay’s son-in-law, and the president of the Ted Lindsay Foundation, which donates money to Autism research and management, confirmed Lindsay’s death Monday morning. Lindsay, a native of Renfrew, Ontario, who was born in 1925, played 14 of his 17 NHL seasons with the Red Wings, winning Stanley Cups with Detroit in 1950, 1952, 1954, 1955. Th...
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1944-45 Detroit Red Wings Ted Lindsay Jersey

After growing up the son of a goaltender who once played for the storied, turn of the century Renfrew Millionaires , Ted Lindsay played junior hockey for the St. Michael's Majors before joining the Oshawa Generals in time to win the 1944 Memorial Cup. Ted Lindsay and the 1944 Memorial Cup champion Oshawa Generals Lindsay joined the Detroit Red Wings for 1944-45 and had a couple of average seasons to begin his career, 23 points and then just 17 in 1945-46, but then the following year Lin...
Tags: Sport, Ted, Chicago, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, Detroit, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, Adams, Toronto Maple Leafs, Blackhawks, Gordie Howe, Red Wings, All Star, Joe Louis Arena


David Levy is leaving as president of Turner. His exit has raised questions internally about who will fill the void he leaves in sports.

David Levy is stepping down as president of Turner after 32 years at the company. In a memo, Levy said he was “ready for a professional change." His exit comes just after AT&T's $85 billion deal for Time Warner was upheld by an appeals court, paving the way for AT&T to shake up the media landscape. To some people, his departure confirms their fears that AT&T will squelch the creative and sales culture at the media company it's acquiring. David Levy is stepping down as president of Turner as p...
Tags: Hbo, Nbc, Time Warner, New York City, Time, Trends, Ted, Dave, Levy, Nba, Mlb, Ncaa, Turner, Phil, AT T, Bob Greenblatt


David Levy steps down as president of Turner amid broader shakeup at AT&T's WarnerMedia

David Levy is stepping down as president of Turner after 32 years at the company. In a memo, Levy said he was “ready for a professional change." His exit comes just after AT&T's $85 billion deal for Time Warner was upheld by an appeals court, paving the way for AT&T to shake up the media landscape. To some people, his departure confirms their fears that AT&T will squelch the creative and sales culture at the media company it's acquiring. David Levy is stepping down as president of Turner as p...
Tags: Time Warner, New York City, Time, Trends, Tesla, Ted, Dave, Levy, Nba, Mlb, Ncaa, Turner, Phil, AT T, AT amp, Ted Turner


Tedfest: What it's like to hang out with Father Ted's biggest fans on 'Craggy Island'

Feck, drink and gerls – the Father Ted festival has it all, discovers Helen Coffey [Author: Helen Coffey]
Tags: Ted, Helen Coffey, Craggy Island


Estate once owned by Vons supermarket co-founder for sale at just under $8 million

Eclectic finishes, exotic chandeliers and lavish furnishings add to the home’s original, showroom vibe. Click through the slideshow to see more. (Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman) (Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds (Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman) (Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman) (Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman) (Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman) (Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman) (Photo courtesy of Douglas Elli...
Tags: Business, Housing, Sport, Ted, Soccer, Mls, Charles, Vons, Wagner, Joshua, Studio City, Douglas Elliman, Fryman Canyon, Melrose Avenue, Lynwood, Top Stories LADN


This photographer captured a dragon in the Northern Lights sky over Iceland

We just posted yesterday about the incredible sights that nature can present us with when Ted Chin showed us his photographs of the Firefall at Yosemite National Park. Things like that, though, you can plan for. You’re never guaranteed to see it as well as Ted did, but you have a reasonable idea of when it’s […] The post This photographer captured a dragon in the Northern Lights sky over Iceland appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Ted, Iceland, Ted Chin, Yosemite National Park Things


Cuenca Ecuador

Our final stop in Ecuador. We were joined by fellow travellers and friends Marg and Ted for a week in the very charming small city of Cuenca.It was a pleasant change from the hustle of Quito. We walked everywhere we wanted to go and now seem to be accl
Tags: Travel, Ted, Ecuador, Quito, Cuenca, Cuenca Ecuador, Marg


Facebook Watch Animated Comedy Lands Zac Efron, Anna Kendrick

Facebook Watch animated comedy lands Zac Efron, Anna Kendrick A new animated comedy from Facebook Watch titled Human Discoveries has found its two leads with Zac Efron and Anna Kendrick, per a report from Deadline. The upcoming series set to debut later this year. Both actors have a history with animation, Efron was the voice of Ted in The Lorax, and Kendrick voiced Princess Poppy in the Trolls franchise. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone ||...
Tags: Facebook, Lisa Kudrow, TV, Movies, Ted, Anna Kendrick, TV News, Zac Efron, Efron, Kendrick, ComingSoon, Facebook Watch, Zac Efron Anna Kendrick, Streaming News, Chris Bruno, Corey Campodonico


You’ve Been Accused of Patent Infringement—Now What?

By Kevin Wagner and Theodore Budd Most businesses go about their day-to-day routine without too much focus on intellectual property issues. But then one day an accusation of patent infringement arrives. This accusation could be in the form of a formal complaint filed in Federal District Court, an aggressive cease and desist letter, or a more “friendly” notice letter identifying a patent that may be relevant to the company’s business and is available for licensing. Once a communication of this so...
Tags: Lawsuit, Legal, Australia, Court, Sales, Ted, Intellectual Property, Patent, Patent Infringement, Publications, Federal Court, Facebook Twitter, Patent Office, North America Europe, Federal Circuit, U S Patent Office


You’ve Been Accused of Patent Infringement—Now What?

By Kevin Wagner and Theodore Budd Most businesses go about their day-to-day routine without too much focus on intellectual property issues. But then one day an accusation of patent infringement arrives. This accusation could be in the form of a formal complaint filed in Federal District Court, an aggressive cease and desist letter, or a more “friendly” notice letter identifying a patent that may be relevant to the company’s business and is available for licensing. Once a communication of this so...
Tags: Lawsuit, Legal, Australia, Court, Sales, Ted, Intellectual Property, Patent, Patent Infringement, Publications, Federal Court, Facebook Twitter, Patent Office, North America Europe, Federal Circuit, U S Patent Office