To many, that sounded racist. That’s because it is. She isn’t complaining that the country’s getting older or younger, richer or poorer, that we’re having more or fewer children or moving to the suburbs. The 2018 NBA trade deadline featured plenty of action, including several swapped first round picks. As a result, it’s worth investigating how those trades have reshaped the 2018 NBA Draft. What follows is an attempt at predicting June’s first round.
If there isn’t a program already in place, ask if you can begin one. Believe me you will benefit more that the senior citizens you teach. That’s exactly what I did. She asked someone if she could use their phone and called the only number she knew by heart. It was the number for the ex boyfriend she had been living with the night she agreed to move in with XXXTentacion. That ex boyfriend’s mother drove her to the Miami Beach police department..
Hodges was the one who made all those recruiting trips to French Lick in the spring of 1975, eventually cajoling Bird, who had dropped out of Indiana University the previous fall, to give college one more try. Hodges was the one who found Bird a job in Terre Haute, who let Bird live in his house until he could move into a dorm room and set him up with a local dentist who performed more than half a dozen root canals on him. Like Bird, Hodges was an Indiana farm boy who chewed tobacco and wasn’t above getting into the occasional bar scrape.
The Google affiliated Sidewalk Toronto initiative revealed sweeping plans for a section of the city waterfront Tuesday, but the contentious city project appears to be putting off tough questions about data privacy for another few months.The plans were to be unveiled at a public consultation meeting Tuesday night at its Toronto headquarters, in the heart of the 12 acre Quayside district they hope to one day develop, but media were given a preview earlier in the day.That presentation included plans for radically redesigned streets, buildings wearing and a concept to turn the ground floors of all buildings in the district into one sprawling public space borrowing the concept from ancient Greek covered walkways bustling with markets.There was, however, a conspicuous lack of talk about data, privacy, surveillance and governance.In fact, despite the perception that this project would use sensors and data collection to inform various technological systems to make the neighbourhood run more smoothly, at Tuesday media briefing, the emphasis was heavily skewed towards technologies that require no data collection at all.For example, Sidewalk Toronto thinks that pavement basically hexagonal chunks of pavement with embedded lights that can be moved around to allow for more flexibility can create more pedestrian friendly streetscapes.The only real mention of sensors collecting data in the media briefing was from Karim Khalifa, director of buildings innovation with Sidewalk Labs. Khalifa said they thinking about mixed use for the district, which could include residential, commercial and even light industrial tenants occupying the proposed tall wood buildings even side by side on the same floor.Khalifa suggested that the buildings could be outfitted with sensors to keep tabs on tenants to make sure that commercial or industrial occupants aren creating too much noise or odours to bother the neighbouring residents.we have retailers next to residents next to maybe a light industry, so we think about sensor technologies, Khalifa said. If people aren creating nuisance for each other, we should be able to live with that they don emit odours, they don emit sound.