Xiaomi could be worth more than Uber, Twitter, LinkedIn and Netflix after $1bn investment round

first_imgMonday 22 December 2014 5:24 am Xiaomi could be worth more than Uber, Twitter, LinkedIn and Netflix after $1bn investment round whatsapp by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeHero WarsThis game will keep you up all night!Hero WarsMaternity WeekA Letter From The Devil Written By A Possessed Nun In 1676 Has Been TranslatedMaternity WeekMoneyPailShe Was A Star, Now She Works In ScottsdaleMoneyPailNational Penny For Seniors7 Discounts Seniors Only Get If They AskNational Penny For SeniorsUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementIf Your Dog Eats Grass (Do This Every Day)Ultimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementElite HeraldExperts Discover Girl Born From Two Different SpeciesElite HeraldThe No Cost Solar ProgramGet Paid To Install Solar + Tesla Battery For No Cost At Install and Save Thousands.The No Cost Solar ProgramFungus EliminatorIf You Have Toenail Fungus Try This TonightFungus EliminatorEquity MirrorThey Drained Niagara Falls — They Weren’t Prepared For This Sickening DiscoveryEquity Mirror Share whatsapp A Beijing-based company which has become the world’s third-largest smartphone maker in the space of four years is now said to be worth more than the likes of Uber, Twitter, LinkedIn and Netflix after its latest funding round.Xiaomi has raised $1bn (£640m) from a host of investors, valuing the firm at more than $45bn, according to the Wall Street Journal, making it one of the highest valued startups in the world. It surpasses the Uber’s recent $40bn valuation, as well as a host of well-known publicly listed tech companies such as Twitter, with a market cap of $23.5bn, LinkedIn at $29bn and Netflix at $20.5bn. It’s also hot on the heels of giants such as Yahoo, with a market cap of $48bn.The company is said to have received capital from All-Stars Investment, a fund run by former Morgan Stanley analyst Richard Ji, Russian firm DST Global, the Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC, and Yunfeng Capital, a private equity firm affiliated with Jack Ma of Alibaba, the report said.Xiaomi became the world’s third largest smartphone maker behind Samsung and Apple the latest smartphone shipment data from IDC revealed in October, and earlier this year overtook Samsung to become China’s largest smartphone maker.The firm has come to dominate its home market and other emerging markets with its high-quality low-priced handsets where others, such as Apple with the 5C model, have failed to make an impression on China’s huge population. Show Comments ▼ Lynsey Barber Tags: LinkedIn Twitter Uberlast_img read more

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North Korea at Bottom of ‘Global Peace Index’ Barrel

first_img Entire border patrol unit in North Hamgyong Province placed into quarantine following “paratyphoid” outbreak News By Daily NK – 2014.06.19 3:50pm North Korea is one of the “least peaceful” countries onearth, according to the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP)’s new 2014 Global Peace Index. The index ranks162 nations with reference to 22 indicators.According to the index, North Korea ranks 153rd ofthe 162, with a “GPI” of 3.071, two places higher than last year’s 155th.Surrounding it are nations in conflict suchas Congo, Sudan, Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. Now in its eighth year, IEP calculates a country’s GPI on a scale from 1 to 5, with 1indicating a higher level of peace and 5 a lower one. Contributing factorsinclude relationships with neighboring countries, number of internal organizedconflicts, terrorist activities, violent crime statistics and number of armedservices personnel.Of these indicators, North Korea received a score of 5 formilitary expenditure, nuclear and heavy weapons, relations with neighboringcountries, security officers & police and jailed populations. However, itreceived a score of 1 in areas including violent demonstrations, weapons importand export, and displaced people.  Meanwhile, South Korearanked 52nd, while the U.S. and China came 101st and 108threspectively. SHARE North Korea at Bottom of ‘Global Peace Index’ Barrel RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] center_img News Facebook Twitter There are signs that North Korea is running into serious difficulties with its corn harvest North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with China News News last_img read more

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Canadian economy facing long-standing challenges

first_img Canada’s weak economic performance thus far in 2015 highlights some long-standing challenges for an economy that’s heavily dependent on resources and U.S. trade, among other concerns, suggests Fitch Ratings Inc. in a new report. A technical recession is now likely for Canada after Statistics Canada reported that real gross domestic product (GDP) declined by 0.2% in May, the fifth consecutive monthly fall in Canada’s GDP, the New York-based credit-rating agency declares. This follows a GDP contraction in the first quarter, “largely due to the negative impact of lower global energy prices on business investment and stuttering first-quarter U.S. growth.” Share this article and your comments with peers on social media The Fitch report says that it’s not expected that the recession will deepen or broaden. Rather, with the labour market holding up and a U.S. recovery developing in the second quarter, the firm expects to see a return to growth for Canada in the second half. Furthermore, it still expects the Canadian economy to expand over the course of the full year. Nevertheless, the report also notes the weakness that has been recorded so far this year illustrates how “high commodity dependence, narrow diversification of trade partners and the slow shift from consumption and construction to capital investment and exports as growth drivers carry risks to growth.” In addition, the Fitch report says that high household leverage “presents a significant potential shock to the Canadian economy,” noting that the firm also continues to believe that house prices are approximately 20% overvalued on a national basis. “We think the authorities will remain proactive in addressing macro-prudential risks, making a soft-landing in the housing market possible.” Finally, the Fitch report observes that this year’s economic weakness is having a minor fiscal impact at the federal level. And whether the federal government returns to surplus in the current fiscal year or the following one, Fitch says it believes “the improving trend is intact.” Facebook LinkedIn Twittercenter_img James Langton Companies Fitch Ratings last_img read more

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Jamaican Students Receive Claude McKay Book Awards

first_imgRelatedJamaican Students Receive Claude McKay Book Awards FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Four students of Jamaican heritage attending universities in the United States are the recipients of this year’s Claude McKay Book Scholarship Awards.They are Shalonda Dale of Towson University in Maryland; Brandon Williams, Brown’s College in Minnesota; Jerome Blake, Coppin State University in Baltimore, Maryland; and Kimberly Murray of Lincoln University, in Pennsylvania.The awards were presented on June 6, at the 21st Anniversary celebrations and annual Scholarship Awards Banquet of the Jamaica Association of Maryland (JAM), held at the Best Western Hotel, in Baltimore.Making the presentation, President of JAM, Rick Nugent, said that the scholarships are made in honor of Jamaica’s outstanding poet, Claude McKay. He pointed out that all four awardees achieved a grade point average above 3.0. Each book grant is valued at US$500.Mr. Nugent disclosed that over the past 18 years, JAM has awarded scholarships at a value of approximately US$40,000. It is the association’s goal to increase the number of recipients from four to six by next year.He explained that over the past 21 years, JAM has worked to unite Jamaican nationals to support various projects in Jamaica, and to assist in promoting and maintaining educational, cultural and social links between Jamaica and Maryland.Morgan State University Professor, Dr. Richard Kitson-Walters, delivers the keynote address at the Jamaica Association of Maryland (JAM) 21st anniversary celebration and annual scholarship awards banquet, on June 6, at the Best Western Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.In her remarks, delegate of the Maryland House of Assembly and a founding member of JAM, Shirley Nathan-Pulliam, lauded the association for 21 years of outstanding service to the state of Maryland.“Over the past 21 years, JAM has continued to highlight Jamaica,” she said, noting that the organised trade and cultural exchanges between Jamaica and Maryland have been beneficial.Mrs. Nathan-Pulliam encouraged Jamaicans living in the state of Maryland, to get involved in the organisation.Delivering the keynote address, Morgan State University Professor, Dr. Richard Kitson-Walters, congratulated JAM for 21 years of outstanding contribution to the state of Maryland and Jamaica. He urged the organisation to turn its attention to young Jamaican nationals living in the Maryland region.Dr. Kitson-Walters challenged JAM to explore establishing a mentoring programme as well as to begin encouraging young Jamaicans to get more involved in the running of the organisation, in order to ensure continuity and growth.Community Service Awards were presented to D’Borah Horne, Ericca Blake, Dennis Stewart and Terrence Mayne, while the Presidential Award went to Pam Honeyghan. RelatedJamaican Students Receive Claude McKay Book Awards RelatedJamaican Students Receive Claude McKay Book Awardscenter_img Jamaican Students Receive Claude McKay Book Awards EducationJune 8, 2009 Advertisementslast_img read more

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Supernovae And Their History Is Topic Of Fiske Astronomy Show

first_imgShare Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: May 2, 2000 One of the most violent phenomena in astronomy — supernovae — will be the topic of the final live astronomy show of the spring semester at CU-Boulder’s Fiske Planetarium on Friday, May 5, and Tuesday, May 9, at 7:30 p.m. University of Colorado at Boulder astronomy Professor Richard McCray will delve into supernovae, looking at everything from ancient Chinese inscriptions to current observations of these rare stars and how new observations are used to measure the expansion of the universe. During a supernova explosion, a star’s brightness can suddenly increase by more than a million times. The spectacular explosions have been studied since the dawn of written history, according to McCray. Chinese inscriptions on tortoise shells and bones dating back to 1500 B.C. describe events in the sky that may be supernovae, he said.”I will also talk about why supernovae explode and how we have learned that,” McCray said. The planets of the solar system are made mostly of elements produced by a supernova explosion, he said. “Today, the study of supernovae is one of the most active fields of astronomical research,” McCray said. “We observe hundreds each year, with telescopes on the ground and in space, and we have learned and are still learning a great deal about how they explode and the consequences of their explosions.” McCray became interested in supernovae in the 1960s as a graduate student and learned the basic ideas then, he said. Then in 1987, the brightest supernova in nearly 400 years was discovered. “I immediately began to try to interpret this event, and it has remained the primary focus of my research program ever since,” he said. Tickets go on sale at 7 p.m. the night of the show and are $4 for adults and $3 for children and seniors. For more information contact the Fiske Planetarium at (303) 492-5001 or visit the Web site at www.colorado.edu/fiske.last_img read more

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Blind student aims to help others reach great heights

first_img Published: March 14, 2017 • By Jim Scott Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Left: Jamie PrincipatoAn undergraduate student is parlaying her experience in designing and building space instruments to create workshops for blind high school and college students so they can gain the hands-on training needed to excel in science and engineering careers.Jamie Principato, a physics major, is part of the Colorado Space Grant Consortium (COSGC), a NASA-funded initiative that gives students at Colorado institutions, primarily undergraduates, a chance to design, build and fly space instruments and experiments. Blind from birth, she took courses in math and science and participated in COSGC activities while at Arapahoe Community College in Littleton, Colorado, before transferring to CU Boulder in 2015.“I started realizing that when I actually pursue what I want to, the challenges I face because of my vision are not as insurmountable as I thought they would be,” she explains. “It is definitely easier to overcome these challenges when I’m doing something I really care about.”Principato recently developed a project called BLAST, which involves hands-on workshops for visually impaired high school and college students focused on providing a solid background in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Her first workshop, coming up in June, will involve both electronics and the art of soldering.In order to continue to offer her workshops, Principato recently applied for a $25,000 grant known as the Holman Prize for Blind Ambition administered by the Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired, a nonprofit group in San Francisco.All entrants were asked to make a 90-second video about their proposals, including goals they plan to achieve. The entrant receiving the most YouTube “likes” automatically qualifies for the finals. Principato’s video can be seen (and liked, by clicking on the thumbs-up button) here. Principato’s first COSGC project was in 2014, when she was the lead scientist at Arapahoe Community College on an experiment to be mounted on a high-altitude balloon to measure radiation emanating from space. The balloon was successfully launched to the edge of space (about 62 miles high) from Colorado’s eastern plains.I want all students with disabilities like mine to have the opportunity to learn from hands-on experiences in STEM like I did,” she says.Headquartered at CU Boulder and funded by NASA, COSGC is a statewide organization involving 21 colleges, universities and institutions around Colorado that give students access to space through innovative coursework, real-world, hands-on experience in telescope and satellite programs and interactive outreach programs.COSGC is one of 52 space grant consortiums in the nation and is one of the most active. Since 1989, over 6,000 students have been directly involved in COSGC’s hands-on space hardware programs. To date, COSGC has launched three sounding rockets, three space shuttle payloads, four orbiting satellites, 10 sounding rocket payloads and more than 1,000 high-altitude balloon payloads.Categories:Career DevelopmentCampus Communitylast_img read more

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Afternoon Brief May 19

first_imgSubscribe to the Afternoon Brief Linkedin Subscribe to the Afternoon BriefAdvertisement TAGSAll American ContainersCamerata’sCasi JewettDavid TownsendIdahoIngernational Chardonnay SymposiumLivermoreMark AdamsMontereyMurphy DistributorsNapaNorth AmericaPaso RoblesSonoma CountySpainTexasTin Barn VineyardsVirginia Share Previous articleAlpha Omega Wins Best of Show at International Chardonnay Symposium 2016Next articleUnion Wine Company Introduces New Vice President of Global Sales Rick Durette Editor Advertisement ReddItcenter_img Pinterest Trending Story:Native Plants Reduce Need for Vineyard Water, Pesticide UsageScientists in eastern Washington are finding drought-tolerant alternatives to roses at the end of vineyard rows that not only save on water, but increase predators of pests that are harmful to crops …Today’s News:The Bustling Napa and Sonoma County Real Estate Market Continues to Thrive into Summer 2016Napa and Sonoma County Real Estate: market elements, vineyard values, and wine grape prices …North America Alcohol Sales Stay Afloat, as Global Alcohol Consumption Slowly SinksGlobal alcoholic drink consumption declined 0.7% for the first time in over 10 years translating into a loss of roughly 450m gallons of alcoholic drinks sales since 2014, a new Euromonitor report revealed …Winemakers Return to Native Yeast for Added PersonalityFor those looking to write their names in history books, it’s usually better to break the rules than follow the leader …Opus One Wins Expansion ApprovalInaugural Wine, Food Truck & Music Festival on the River Road Wine Trail, Monterey Wine CountryTexas Group Wants Voters to Decide if Retail Beer and Wine Sales Should Be Allowed in the HeightsPublic Encouraged to Comment on Appalachian High Country AVA Proposal, Approval Should Come by FallHeavy Rain Affecting Wine Production in VirginiaKrug Plans Next Move to ‘Kill the Flute’Poll Finds Solid Support for Crop InsuranceData Is Driving Co-op Wine Range Changes to Help Continue GrowthCava Producers Facing ‘Moment of Transition’Spain Needs Premium Wine StrategyStop Everything: Synthetic Wine That Tastes Like the Real Thing but Costs Less Is on Its WayBlogs:5 Things to Remember About Grape Sales and PurchasesSonoma County, the Past and FutureThe Challenges of Owning a WineryAnson on Thursday: The New Spanish ManifestoOn Winery ConsolidationWine Jobs:Warehouse Manager/SupervisorAll American Containers – Windsor, CA, United StatesSeasonal Harvest WorkerTin Barn Vineyards – Sonoma, CA, United StatesInside Sales, Marketing, SKU management & CRMMurphy Distributors – Branford, CT, United StatesMore Wine Industry Jobs…Feature Your Job Listing in the Afternoon BriefPeople:Napa Valley Vintners Congratulates 2016 Wine Educators Academy GraduatesCamerata’s Wine Guy Breaks Through; Houston Has a New Master SommelierPaso Robles Evolves: Conversation with Mark Adams of Ledge VineyardsCasi Jewett Joins the Personnel PerspectiveInterview: David Townsend, President and CEO, the Winebow GroupSupplier News:Barrel Repair: How to Repair “Side” LeaksSpotlight on: Glopak Wine and SpiritsBayer Makes Bid for MonsantoYamaha RMAX Debuts Commercial Spray Service on Napa Valley VineyardMore Supplier News …Vineyard & Winery:Spicy Vines Debuts Its Highly-Anticipated Tasting Room, a Chic and Relaxing Destination for Wine LoversExplore Livermore on a California Wines Road Trip3 Horse Ranch Vineyards to Toast Idaho Wine Month with Eagle Foothills WinesNew Winery Vino Vargas Opens in Paso Robles Wine CountryAlpha Omega Wins Best of Show at International Chardonnay Symposium 2016 Home Afternoon Brief Afternoon Brief May 19Afternoon BriefAfternoon Brief May 19By Editor – May 19, 2016 35 0 Twitter Facebook Emaillast_img read more

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Retailer Association Applauds Introduction of Bill to Allow Rhode Island Wine…

first_imgShare Facebook Linkedin Twitter ReddIt Pinterest TAGSNAWR Advertisement—National Association of Wine Retailers supports Senator Adam Satchell’s bill (S2097) to allow wine shipments to Rhode Island consumers as well as a recently filed federal lawsuit challenging the law banning wine shipments from out-of-state wine stores—(Providence RI)—The National Association of Wine Retailers (NAWR), along with wine and free trade-loving Rhode Islanders, applaud the introduction of Senate Bill 2097, which proposes to legalize wine shipments to Rhode Islanders from out-of-state wine stores and wine clubs. Sponsored by Senator Adam Satchell, SB 2097 comes on the heels of a lawsuit filed in Rhode Island Federal Court challenging the state’s protectionist and unconstitutional ban on shipments of wine to Rhode Islanders.Senator Satchell’s wine shipping bill, if it were to become law, would provide Rhode Islanders with exponentially more choices in wine, while at the same time regulating shipments from out-of-state retailers in a way that ensures Rhode Island taxes are paid to the state, prevents minors’ accessing the wine through adult signature requirements and by limiting the amount an out-of-state wine store may ship to a Rhode Island resident.“Senator Satchell’s attempt to bring free trade in wine to Rhode Island consumers has been thwarted every year by the state’s wholesale middlemen who simply want protection from competition no matter how much it harms the state’s consumers,” said Tom Wark, executive director of the National Association of Wine Retailers. “Passage of S2097 would go a long way toward increasing consumer choice in wine, increasing Rhode Island tax revenue and removing unconstitutional laws.”NAWR is also supportive of the recently filed federal lawsuit challenging Rhode Island’s ban on shipments from out-of-state wine stores. Anvar v Tanner challenges the state’s violation of the Constitution’s Commerce Clause, which gives the federal government, not the states, the right to regulate interstate commerce. The 2005 Granholm v Heald Supreme Court decision combined with last year’s Supreme Court decision in Tennessee Wine v Thomas makes clear that states may not enact protectionist laws that discriminate against out-of-state wine retailers exactly as does Rhode Island’s current ban on wine shipped from out-of-state retailers.“Middleman wholesalers have a long tradition of rigging the marketplace to their advantage, noted Wark. “Our hope is that with Senator Satchell’s advocacy for Rhode Island consumers and well regulated free trade in wine, along with the federal lawsuit, Rhode Islanders will soon come out from under the grip of the state’s protectionist-minded alcohol middlemen.”About The National Association of Wine RetailersNAWR is an association of independent fine wine retailers located across the United States. NAWR’s mission is to represent its members by promoting a fair playing field for retailer wine sales through advocacy efforts including education, legislation, and litigation. For More Information see http://www.nawr.orgAdvertisement Email Home Industry News Releases Retailer Association Applauds Introduction of Bill to Allow Rhode Island Wine ShipmentsIndustry News ReleasesWine BusinessRetailer Association Applauds Introduction of Bill to Allow Rhode Island Wine ShipmentsBy Press Release – February 4, 2020 181 0 Previous article2017 Almaviva from Chile, Named Wine of the Decade by Respected Critic James SucklingNext articleAfternoon Brief, February 4 Press Releaselast_img read more

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Verizon looks to offload Tumblr

first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 03 MAY 2019 Tags Home Verizon looks to offload Tumblr Previous ArticleFitch forecasts mobile recovery in IndonesiaNext ArticleXiaomi hits back at analyst smartphone numbers Author Kavit Majithia Verizon shuffles executives Related Verizon sorts sensor supremo Verizon is reportedly exploring a sale of its blogging website Tumblr, as part of a wider strategy to revive its ailing media business.The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), citing people familiar with the matter, reported the US operator is seeking a buyer for the unit and a sales process is ongoing, while noting that a transaction may not materialise.Verizon took control of Tumblr through its acquisition of Yahoo’s media units in 2017, but the website has struggled to generate revenue and traction, being eclipsed by rivalling social media including Facebook and Instagram.WSJ said it was unclear how much Verizon would get for Tumblr if a sale did go through.Yahoo bought the website, which runs as a free service and hosts around 400 million blogs, for $1.1 billion in 2013, but wrote down its value by $230 million in 2016.The news about a potential sale of Tumblr comes in the same week that Verizon outlined plans to use 5G network technology to revive its digital media unit, as it unveiled new AR and extended reality content projects.Indeed, the media business is in need of a boost, proving to be sore point for the US operator in recent times. In December 2018, Verizon cut the unit’s value from $4.8 billion to just $200 million, and in January laid off nearly 800 employees from the division.The media unit includes websites and online services acquired from Yahoo as well as AOL in 2015. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Kavit joined Mobile World Live in May 2015 as Content Editor. He started his journalism career at the Press Association before joining Euromoney’s graduate scheme in April 2010. Read More >> Read more Amazon reels in MGM TumblrVerizonlast_img read more

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Rankled by Mount Fuji, Darwinist Jeffrey Shallit Offers Little Self-Refuting Black Holes

first_img Recommended Intelligent Design Rankled by Mount Fuji, Darwinist Jeffrey Shallit Offers Little Self-Refuting Black HolesMichael EgnorOctober 11, 2019, 4:04 AM TagsBaylor UniversityBlack Hillsblack holescalculationscomputer screenequationsinformationintelligent designJeffrey ShallitMount FujiMount RushmorerationaleRobert J. Marks IIrocksculpturetextbook,Trending Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Share A Darwinist saying something foolish is like a fish getting wet — you expect it. But some foolishness just stands out. Darwinist mathematician Jeffrey Shallit has been challenging my I.D. colleague Bob Marks for five years about Dr. Marks’s comment:[W]e all agree that a picture of Mount Rushmore with the busts of four U.S. Presidents contains more information than a picture of Mount Fuji.Rushmore v. FujiDr. Marks is obviously right. A sculpture has more information than the raw material from which the image was sculpted. Mount Rushmore obviously has more information than the mountains surrounding it. Otherwise tourists would just drive around the Black Hills for no good reason wondering what the big to-do was about. Now one may reasonably ask: “How can we quantify this kind of information?” That is an interesting question beyond the scope of this post. But the fact that sculpting faces on a rock adds information in some important sense to the rock is undeniable. As you might guess, Shallit denies it:I didn’t agree, so I asked the illustrious Marks for a calculation or other rationale supporting this claim.After three months, no reply. So I asked again.After six months, no reply. So I asked again.After one year, no reply. So I asked again.After two years, no reply. So I asked again.After three years, no reply. So I asked again.After four years, no reply. So I asked again.Now it’s been five years. I asked again. Still no reply.This is typical behavior for advocates of intelligent design. They do not feel any scholarly obligation to produce evidence for their claims. That’s one way you know that intelligent design is pseudoscience.I wish some brave Baylor student would have the courage to ask Marks in one of his classes for why he refuses to answer.Shallit is still rankled by Dr. Marks’s assertion that carving faces on rock adds information to the rock.  Shallit’s TextbookThe irony is that in denying that information content is increased by carving a sculpture, Shallit implicitly denies that information content is increased by carving words on a computer screen or equations in a book. Shallit blogs regularly, and he writes books and papers, and by his own analysis, he has added no information to the world by doing so. Is Dr. Shallit sure that he adds no information to computer screens and pages in a text? We can rephrase Dr. Marks’s observation as follows: We all agree that a page of Dr. Shallit’s textbook contains more information than a blank page.Dr. Shallit doesn’t agree. The one point in Dr. Shallit’s defense is that it may be argued that his blog posts add no useful information at all. That may be true, and it would not be a stretch to say that Shallit’s blog posts subtract information, like little self-refuting black holes. Photo: Mount Fuji, by Kpravin2 [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons. Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Share Requesting a (Partial) Retraction from Darrel Falk and BioLogos Congratulations to Science Magazine for an Honest Portrayal of Darwin’s Descent of Man Origin of Life: Brian Miller Distills a Debate Between Dave Farina and James Tour Michael EgnorSenior Fellow, Center for Natural & Artificial IntelligenceMichael R. Egnor, MD, is a Professor of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics at State University of New York, Stony Brook, has served as the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery, and award-winning brain surgeon. He was named one of New York’s best doctors by the New York Magazine in 2005. He received his medical education at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and completed his residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital. His research on hydrocephalus has been published in journals including Journal of Neurosurgery, Pediatrics, and Cerebrospinal Fluid Research. He is on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Hydrocephalus Association in the United States and has lectured extensively throughout the United States and Europe.Follow MichaelProfile Share “A Summary of the Evidence for Intelligent Design”: The Study Guide A Physician Describes How Behe Changed His MindLife’s Origin — A “Mystery” Made AccessibleCodes Are Not Products of PhysicsIxnay on the Ambriancay PlosionexhayDesign Triangulation: My Thanksgiving Gift to All Jane Goodall Meets the God Hypothesislast_img read more

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