For every nice play he’s made, he’s also had an ugly drop. He’s not in any danger of losing a roster spot, but it would be nice to see him flash some big play ability in a game. What I’ll be curious to see Saturday night is who will lineup with the first unit.
A total savings of $48 million in interest costs is avoided through this pre payment. A $2.5 million investment in the Michigan Israel Business Accelerator to be used over the next five years through a cost sharing agreement is expected to further spur investment between the two nations in manufacturing, mobility, defense, and life sciences. Continued support in the amount of $2 million for the Rising Tide Program that helps smaller rural communities in Michigan that may not have been included in the great economic comeback.
Comme le nom l’indique, cette application permettra deux trangers de partager virtuellement leur quotidien en toute confidentialit. L’objectif, selon le directeur du groupe MIT Media Lab’s Playful Systems, Kevin Slavin, cit ici par le Boston Herald), est de ne dvoiler que certaines informations assez vagues, afin de solliciter l’imagination de l’utilisateur qui reoit ces bribes de vie. Il faut aussi ajouter que Playful Systems se spcialise dans les systmes qui transcendent le pragmatisme utilisateur fonction pour devenir des expriences stimulantes..
In a county with woefully slim public transportation options, Miami Beach planners looked out their windows, past the backed up traffic at the stoplights, and saw the future. It was pretty, environmentally friendly, and didn’t cost a lot. The ElectroWave shuttle buses premiered two years ago and have proven to be a wonderfully hassle free way to navigate the often congested streets of South Beach.
Penalties are up across the league. Through 62 games, officials have called an average of 23.7 penalties per game (11.8 per team). That’s almost twice the total of the 2013 regular season, when an average NFL game featured 12.7 penalties (6.3 per team).
Well bud, enjoy pickin and a grinnin on Farm I know Stanford is an elite educational institution but their flash in the pan success on the football field is about to burn out, rapidly, with the departure of Harbaugh and now Andrew Luck. Stanford will be mired in mediocrity for the foreseeable future. Does anyone really think David Shaw will take the Cardinal to the promised land? Not with USC coming out of their timeout chair and Oregon retaining Chip Kelly.
Although the former No. 1 overall pick struggled early in his career, he seemed to find himself over the last few seasons in San Francisco. Can an experienced coach in Reid help Smith grow even more? Can Reid provide Smith with some of the same guidance he used on Donovan McNabb during their very successful run in Philadelphia? I guess time will only tell..