More than 20 teams are taking part in the tournament in the Under 21 and senior divisions.These include visiting teams from as far as Hula, Mekeo, Porebada, Boera and Lealea from Central and teams from National Capital District such as Moukele, Kauka and Hillside Gerehu, Hanuabada and Vabukori.The tournament began today with the U21 competition while the senior competition will begin next week.Tournament director Dabu Anton welcomed the teams into Tatana and encouraged all teams to carefully observe all rules and regulations of the tournament and enjoy the games.Anton urged all players and officials of teams to respect the referees and match officials during the games.“Let us all enjoy the game we love in the true spirit of sportsmanship and allow us to make friends with players from other villages or communities,” he said.There’s a cash prize of about K25,000 to be shared among the winners.The tournament was officially launched by Moresby Northwest member and Health Minister Michael Malabag.Official sponsors Nick and Bonnie Allan donated K10,000 to run this year’s competition.
Today, CNN.com features a small business owner who works, standing, at a custom-made, 4-foot-high desk.It’s the prerogative of freelancers (at least those who work from home) and entrepreneurs to devise whatever unconventional work setups suit them, of course. This story got us wondering about Freelancers Union members: What sorts of unusual office (or even non-office) arrangments do you have?Here are some ideas for customized workspaces:Popular Mechanics: Build a closet officeFord introduced a pickup truck with a mobile office in the cabWired Magazine: Outdoor offices
The Lemnos Gallipoli Commemorative Committee is launching its publication of historian Jim Claven’s major new definitive account of Greece’s role in Australia’s Anzac legend this weekend.Commissioned by the committee, Lemnos & Gallipoli Revealed – A Pictorial History of the Anzacs in the Aegean 1915-16 is an important addition to the literature linking Australia and Greece.The 350 page book features lavish reproductions of over 300 photographs taken by the Anzacs themselves as they arrived on Lemnos’ shores during the Gallipoli campaign, the vast majority of which have never before been published.They capture the transformation of Lemnos into an armed camp, the establishment of its soldiers’ rest camps, field hospitals and supply bases and other infrastructure, but most importantly the interaction of these young Australians with local villagers with locals being tended in the Australian hospitals, the Anzacs traversing the kafenios, thermal baths, local churches and villages.The photographs are placed in context with the words of the diggers and nurses themselves, including Matron Grace Wilson and Staff Nurse Lucy Daw of the 3rd Australian General Hospital and many others who through letters, diaries and memoirs describe how they experienced the island. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The book also tells the story of the war cemeteries created on Lemnos, the young Australians buried there and how this Anzac legacy has been remembered in both countries.Adding to the richness of the book are original maps drawn by Mr Claven, revealing the key sites connected with the Anzacs on Lemnos during the Gallipoli campaign, as well as reproductions of some of Mr Claven’s contemporary full colour photographs of Lemnos and its Anzac connection.A trained historian with both Bachelor and Masters Degrees from Melbourne’s Monash University, Mr Claven brings a wealth of experience to the project. He has been researching the Hellenic link to Anzac since 2011, combining academic research with extensive field trips to the sites connected with the Anzacs on Lemnos, Imbros, Tenedos, as well as Gallipoli itself and beyond.READ MORE: Lemnos-Gallipoli story comes to the Victorian ParliamentHistorian Jim Claven.Historian Jim Claven.‘Lemnos & Galllipoli Revealed’ by Jim Claven costs $80.00. It will be available for purchase from the Lemnos Gallipoli Commemoraitve Committee at its annual commemorative service at the Lemnos Gallipoli Memorial at Lemnos Square (Albert Park, VIC) on Saturday 10 August from 11.00 am. Those unable to attend the service can obtain a copy by emailing Committee President, Lee Tarlamis OAM at [email protected] Proceeds from the sale will go towards furthering the Committee’s work in commemorating the Hellenic link to Anzac, including creating Lemnos’ Gallipoli Heritage Trail.RELATED ARTICLE: Anzac Day: Lemnos’ Role Remembered in Greece and Australia
Real-time application performance monitoring company NodeSource announced the release of N|Solid 3.1 today, bringing a new debugging tool to their Node.js application development, management, security and analysis platform, alongside other new features.NodeSource says the new tool, which utilizes cross-process snapshot diffing, can help teams spot memory leaks more quickly. While the technique has been used in Chrome Dev Tools and some Node.js packages, the company says N|Solid is the first enterprise-grade product to utilize the technique.“Being the leader in the Node.js community gives us unique insights into challenges that users face, especially those with large-scale deployments,” said NodeSource Founder and CEO Joe McCann in the announcement. “Memory leaks are a major challenge because they can cause runaway infrastructure costs and lead to application outages. Other critical challenges are debugging and data visualization, which affect security and performance. N|Solid 3.1 overcomes all of them.” N|Solid 3.1 addresses visualization with scatterplot manipulation, featuring the ability to scale axes logarithmically and exponentially, which the NodeSource team says can help users differentiate data processes that are similarly clustered or have similar performance metrics.Finally, NodeSource aims to expand compatibility with a greater selection of customer networks and configurations in N|Sold 3.1 with support for customer-managed InfluxDB clusters, making N|Solid metrics more directly accessible from InfluxDB.“Many of these N|Solid enhancements support ever-larger and mission-critical deployments of Node.js at enterprise organizations,” McCann said. “Version 3.1 empowers teams to deliver value faster thanks to features that streamline Node.js development and help decrease time to issue resolution.”