THEY may have fireworks around the globe celebrating 2016.But they don’t have the Northern Lights – we do.John McCandless was out ringing in the New Year in Inishowen and capturing these wonderful images. WHO NEEDS FIREWORKS? NORTHERN LIGHTS FIRE UP DONEGAL’S NEW YEAR’S EVE SKY was last modified: January 1st, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalnorthern lights
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest On Wednesday, September 18, the Norwayne FFA’s soil judging teams participated in the sub district soil judging contest. Both the rural and urban teams came in second place. Tim Gunkelman and Kelsie Mannasmith placed third and fourth individually in the rural contest. At these contests, participants go into pits and observe the soil and score them on judging cards. On Wednesday, September 25 the urban soil judging team placed second and the rural team placed first at the district soil judging contest. Kelsie Mannasmith came in first place and Grace Gunkelman in second out of 45 FFA members in the rural contest. Shane Simmons came in third in the urban contest. The top four from each team will go onto the state soil judging contest on October 12.
7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… Tags:#hack#Tools How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? Zed Shaw yesterday unveiled Vulnarb.com, an experimental project to improve the process of responsible security vulnerability disclosure. Today, security researchers have two choices: contact the developers about a vulnerability and wait for them to fix it, or publish the vulnerability for the world to see. Both of these solutions have flaws. Users may be unaware that the products they use have vulnerabilities if it isn’t publicly disclosed, but public disclosure could make them even more vulnerable to exploitation.Shaw’s plan is to create a public repository of security vulnerabilities. The specifics of the vulnerability will be encrypted and provided only to the company or developers behind a product. The public will know what products have vulnerabilities, but not what the specific vulnerabilities are. Companies or researches can then disclose the vulnerability once it’s been fixed.“The goal is to provide a market incentive for companies to fix security holes, rather than the current situation where they can sit on them legally for years,” Shaw writes.They key to making this work is the encryption. If a researcher posts an inaccurate vulnerability, the developers will be able to decrypt the alleged vulnerability and make it public to clear their names.Here’s how it would work, according to Shaw:At the moment, the project is in its earliest stages. Shaw is looking for people to test the viability of his plan to use a company’s website’s SSL certificate as a public key. Those interested can contact Shaw through Twitter.Giving researchers tools to upload SSL public key encrypted vulnerability descriptions, which only the SSL private key holders can decrypt.Consumers then can go see which companies and products have vulnerabilities, but not actually know what those vulnerabilities are until the company fixes them.Once the company fixes their product, they can upload the decrypted files to prove they fixed it.If they don’t it’s assumed they haven’t fixed it.If the researcher lies then they’ll easily be exposed by just decrypting their lies for everyone to see.Shaw is the creator of the Mongrel and Mongrel2 Web servers and the author of Learn Python the Hard Way and the Programming, Mother F*cker manifestoPhoto credit: Circo de Invierno. Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoid klint finley Why You Love Online Quizzes Related Posts
By allowing Pakistan to play three ODIs and two T20 matches at home, India seems to have effectively delinked sports and politics in its ties with its difficult neighbour. This is the first time the traditional rivals will be playing a cricket series after almost five years. Pakistan has welcomed the decision, because it has faced huge isolation in participating in sporting events. Former captain Sunil Gavaskar and BJP MP Kirti Azad have openly criticised the decision on account of 26/11, and there is little doubt that they represent an important section of opinion. But the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) decision seems to suggest a desire to move beyond the Mumbai attack.The fact is that sporting relations between India and Pakistan have been going on, in one way or the other. Last year, Mohali hosted the high-voltage ICC World Cup semi-final, and since then Pakistani hockey players have come to India for World Series Hockey. And while players from Pakistan were not allowed into the auction pool for the Indian Premier League, Wasim Akram has continued as the bowling coach of the Kolkata Knight Riders.It is difficult to believe that the BCCI took such a huge decision without getting the government’s nod. Indeed, banning sporting events even while conducting diplomatic dialogue, as New Delhi has been doing with Islamabad, doesn’t make much sense.Hosting a short cricket series is actually a good way to generate some goodwill that could feed into the larger peace process. There is bound to be opposition but once the ice is broken, we can look at more frequent exchanges. Maybe Pakistani players could actually make it to the 2013 IPL.advertisement
India Today Mind Rocks, the country’s most eagerly awaited youth event, is coming to rock the national Capital once again. The event is an interactive platform where youngsters get a chance to meet and interact with the country’s biggest icons from all fields. It’s a festival that celebrates ideas, music and art by recognising the best in the field and also giving youth a stage to create, perform and engage.The ninth Mind Rocks will be held at Delhi’s Siri Fort Auditorium on September 6. Like previous years, this edition too will see top politicians, businesspersons, sports personalities and filmstars sharing their success stories and discussing issues of national interest with the audience. The ninth Mind Rocks will be held at Delhi’s Siri Fort Auditorium on September 6.The Siri Fort Mind Rocks will be attended by actor Deepika Padukone, singers Yo Yo Honey Singh and Rabbi Shergill, comedian-cum-politician Bhagwant Mann, actor-turned-politician Chirag Paswan, cricketers Jhulan Goswami and Mithali Raj, Olympic medalist Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and footballer Gouramangi Singh.The finale of the event will be a live performance by Sufi rocker Shergill, who shot to fame with soulful numbers such as Bulla Ki Jana and Challa. The past eight summits have been very successful with participaition of celebrities such as Ajay Devgn, Katrina Kaif, Ranbir Kapoor, Ranveer Singh, Priyanka Chopra, Dhanush, Shruti Haasan, Sonam Kapoor, Mary Kom and Nandan Nilekani etc.To register, youngsters between the age of 18 and 32 can go to www.indiatodaymindrocks.com