Calleja, Price push Warriors past Crusaders

first_imgOJ Calleja had three rushing touchdowns, Ethan Price had two touchdowns on offense and two interceptions on defense and the Del Norte “road” Warriors outlasted St. Bernard’s for a 42-31 victory Saturday afternoon on the road at St. Bernard’s High School.“Today’s win was fantastic,” Del Norte head coach Lewis Nova said. “It’s been a long time since we beat St. Bernard’s, so to finally come out here and get one is great for our team and our momentum heading into playoffs.”Saturday’s contest was …last_img read more

Brandon Monebrake, Nov. 27

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest We are completely done. We finished the Friday before Thanksgiving with our crops and we finished up our custom work the day before Thanksgiving. We got done and moved stuff home that Sunday and started with the custom work on Tuesday and everything has dried up since.The last field we were in was wet and we will have to do some tillage where some places are torn up depending on how dry things get. There are people working ground around us right now.We had a little grass in the corn up at New Paris where the water stood and drowned out the corn. That hurt yields some. We had a good bit drowned out with the fields where we did our custom work too.The corn ended up around 190 bushels or 200 and the beans were 64 or 65 bushels overall. We thought corn would be around 165 and the beans would be around 50 and when we got into them we were really surprised. Things ended up really decent.The beans held up well through harvest. We had a big wind that broke the tops out of a lot of the corn right above the ears. It seemed like the harvest was never ending because every time you turned around it was raining.We are going to clean out dryer and work on some end of the year jobs now.last_img read more

5 Enterprise Trends to Watch in 2010: Part 1

first_imgTags:#enterprise#Trends Related Posts 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… Who does not love to make predictions? Tis’ the season, right?We posted our Top 10 Enterprise Products for 2009 and so it feels like a good time to provide some perspective on what the enterprise can expect in the year ahead.MashupsMashups are going through a renaissance thanks to the incredible power of cloud computing. These mashups are popping up in any number of ways, especially as business users look for more ways to get answers to problems that previously required technical help from the IT department. Examples are everywhere of this new renaissance. Microsoft is launching Dallas Project as part of Windows Azure. It will give users the ability to combine data from different sources such as data.gov. Even old-school enterprise technologies are getting the treatment. indicee and companies like FusionOps are offering mashup services to pull relevant data from ERP systems. CollaborationCollaboration may be the big daddy, the mega trend to watch. We will see if Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 really holds up to its hype. Expect the market to shake out a bit. We’re starting to see some vendor bloat out there. There are just too many players competing for a piece of the pie. Real-Time EnterpriseEmail overload is perhaps one of the most common issues we hear about. It’s part of the data silo conundrum that plague companies. The real question is how real-time technologies will evolve in the year ahead to help make information more transparent. We are already seeing its evolution. Tibbr is Tibco’s new real-time technology. It is defined more by subject than following people. That’s in contrast to Salesforce Chatter which serves as an internal social network, aggregating data from Facebook and Twitter.We expect real-time services to deepen in the enterprise with some really interesting potentials for its integration with business intelligence technologies. For instance, the ability to use predictive analytics to notify people in a real-time stream of trends to watch. Think of the financial services world as an example. Data aggregated in the cloud, mashed up and delivered in a real-time stream. That’s powerful stuff.The Mobile EnterpriseWe posted today about IDC’s forecast that 1 billion mobile devices will be connected to the Internet by 2013. What that means for the year ahead is a further increase in enterprise apps for mobile devices, and a host of issues that companies must face. Interestingly, Lenovo just bought back its mobile phone group it sold 18 months ago for $100 million, twice its original selling price. Lenovo sees its entire desktop market changing with the advent of mobile devices. In fact, the new desktop is really a smart phone, a netbook or other sub-notebook mobile devices. Mobile spending is up and enterprises are looking at devices like the iPhone. That means a layer of services will be required to protect the enterprise. Expect data security to be a hot issue.Software-as-a-Service IntegrationsThe SaaS market will take another turn next year as the rush continues to integrate third-party applications into any number of platforms. Dashboards that show information from multiple data sources will become increasingly important. These SaaS platforms in many ways may serve as replacements for intranets by providing better ways to connect the enterprise to the social Web. Coming Up in Part 2A look at API’s, web-oriented architectures and the emergence of community management as a required job function in the modern enterprise.center_img alex williams IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…last_img read more

Sports Highlights at 1700 hours

first_imgNew Delhi, Jul 19 (PTI) The following are the top/expected stories at 17oo hours EXPECTED STORIES:*Junior Asian Wrestling Championships in New Delhi.*Report of India U19 cricket match.*Report of India A cricket match.STORIES ON THE WIRE:SPO-FOOT-INDIndian U-17 girls lose 1-5 to South Africa in BRICS football New Delhi, Jul 19 (PTI) India were blanked 1-5 by hosts South Africa in the opening game of the of the BRICS U-17 girls football tournament in Johannesburg.SPO-IND-SAHASaha to undergo shoulder surgery, rehab plan under scannerKolkata, Jul 19 (PTI) Believed to be a minor thumb injury till now, Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Wriddhiman Saha is actually nursing a career-threatening shoulder problem caused by a “bungled” rehabilitation programme at the National Cricket Academy, a top BCCI official has claimed.SPO-UPCA-LD BCCIBCCI suspends stung UPCA official pending probeNew Delhi, Jul 19 (PTI) A member of IPL Chairman Rajeev Shukla’s personal staff was today suspended pending an inquiry after a sting operation alleged that he sought bribes to facilitate selection of players in the Uttar Pradesh team.SPO-IND-TUFNELLEngland spinners out-bowled Kuldeep and Chahal: TufnellChetan Narula London, July 19 (PTI) England may have cracked the Kuldeep Yadav code, but former left-arm spinner Phil Tufnell says India will be better off playing him in the Test series as well, having done the good thing by picking the “rare” talent in the five-day squad.SPO-FOOT-U16Match against U-16 Thailand is mental test for us: BibianoNew Delhi, July 19 (PTI) India U-16 football team head coach Bibiano Fernandes has lauded his his boys’ come-from-behind effort against Bangkok Glass FC U-17, calling it a brave performance and a confidence booster ahead of their game against Thailand.advertisement SPO-ISL-PUNEPune City retain defenders Gurtej Singh, Lalchhuanmawia FanaiPune, Jul 19 (PTI) Indian Super League side Pune Ciy FC today retained the services of defenders Gurtej Singh, Lalchhuanmawia Fanai and goalkeeper Kamaljit Singh for the upcoming season. PTI APA APA APAlast_img read more