P W D L GF GA GD Pts1. Arsenal 19 12 3 4 33 18 15 392. Leicester City 19 11 6 2 37 25 12 393. Manchester City 19 11 3 5 37 20 17 364. Tottenham 19 9 8 2 33 15 18 355. Crystal Palace 19 9 4 6 23 16 7 316. Man United 19 8 6 5 22 16 6 307. Liverpool 19 8 6 5 22 22 0 308. West Ham 19 7 8 4 28 23 5 299. Watford 19 8 5 6 24 20 4 2910. Stoke City 19 8 5 6 20 19 1 2911. Everton 19 6 8 5 35 28 7 2612. Southampton 19 6 6 7 26 23 3 2413. West Brom 19 6 5 8 18 24 -6 2314. Chelsea 19 5 5 9 23 29 -6 2015. Norwich City 19 5 5 9 22 32 -10 2016. Bournemouth 19 5 5 9 22 34 -12 2017. Swansea City 19 4 7 8 16 24 -8 1918. Newcastle 19 4 5 10 19 34 -15 1719. Sunderland 19 3 3 13 19 38 -19 1220. Aston Villa 19 1 5 13 15 34 -19 8
She is one of the best archers India has produced and the current Indian team looks up to her, and Dola Banerjee is also doing her bit to help the country win its first Olympic medal in the sport.Dola, who was part of the gold medal winning team at the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games, and the archers training at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) Eastern Centre waste no opportunity in benefiting from the expertise and experience of the two-time Olympian.She is not part of the team going to London, but one would never know that by the way she interacts with the other archers at the camp.It helps that Deepika Kumari and Bombayla Devi have been on the same team with her, while the men’s team going to the London Olympics includes her brother, Rahul Banerjee.”Both the teams are very good and capable of winning medals, though one cannot put a number. I could not get an Olympic medal, but if the current lot can be successful I will be very proud,” Dola told Mail Today. “I also train here and try to help them in whatever way I can.”Bombayla and Tarundeep (Rai) have prior Olympic experience, but also the others are very confident. If they score like the way they are doing now, they will definitely be in the medal contention, though in archery a lot depends on one’s performance on the day.”One aspect in which Dola can help the first-time Olympians, such as Deepika Kumari, is in dealing with the pressure they will face in London.advertisement”They have competed at various world cups, world championships, Asiad and Commonwealth Games. But the huge crowds, noise and pressure are at a different level,” she said.
Following the exit of several top-level executives, the Reader’s Digest Association has named Dan Lagani president of RD Media, overseeing the publishing operation of the Reader’s Digest magazine in the U.S. as well as other Reader’s Digest-branded businesses. His appointment is effective May 10.Lagani, who served as president of Conde Nast’s Fairchild Fashion Group until 2009, will report to newly-appointed Reader’s Digest Community president Lisa Sharples, who also continues to serve as president of Allrecipes.com. Sharples replaced Eva Dillon, who plans to leave the company and relocate to South Carolina. Dillon was to remain with RDA until a successor was named for take on the division’s publishing duties.Also out at RDA are Alyce Alston, who recently had been appointed president of the company’s Emerging Businesses division, and Amy Radin as senior vice president and global chief marketing officer. Before joining the Fairchild Fashion Group in 2006, Lagani served as president and group publisher of the Condé Nast Bridal Group. From 2002 to 2005, he served as vice president and publisher of Meredith’s Better Homes and Gardens. Most recently he founded Tre Cani Advisors, a media consultancy firm focused on digital media, fashion, beauty and retail.
QR codes are not the only social action technology publishers are implementing—Hearst’s House Beautiful will be one of the first magazine to be enabled with Pinterest social action technology in print and digitally. The magazine’s June issue was peppered with Pinterest icons that allow users to share images from the publication across the social platform and the Internet.“Our ‘Kitchen of the Month,’ feature will be enabled,” says Newell Turner, the title’s editor-in-chief. “We’re just launching with this to get it off the ground, but I know that within the next month or two most of the magazine will have to be pin-able.”Since House Beautiful images and content will be able to be pinned and shared across Pinterest, the editor and publication are hoping to gain expanded exposure to new audiences. Once someone pins an image, it is shared with their followers and others across the Internet, and can be referenced back to the original source.Turner says that the “Kitchen of the Month” content was chosen to be Pinterest enabled to maintain consistency—instead of having multiple design aspects, the integration of an entire feature story provides the consumer a more streamlined experience. Going forward, different stories of the magazine, in addition to the “Kitchen of the Month,” will be enabled to be shared across Pinterest.“It’s going to take a little bit of back end labor to have the entire magazine Pinterest enabled,” says Turner. “Most of the magazine is eventually moved to the website over the course of a month, gradually and in stages. To make the entire magazine pin-able from the day it’s released, the entire magazine has to be moved to the website in one fell swoop.” The digital edition, in addition to the print magazine, will be enabled with the Digimarc digital watermark Pinterest icon. Digimarc’s digital watermarking technology allows its users to embed digital information into audio, images, video and printed materials. The publication has developed a separate table of contents (TOC) that shows readers where each social digital icon is. The icons can be scanned with the HBConnect app, which is a Digimarc scanner, or the Digimarc Discover app. House Beautiful is using the HB Connect graphic in addition the Pinterest icon to denote the image is digitally watermarked and links to Pinterest. In the digital TOC section there are instructions on how to access the application in order to scan to connect to Pinterest for consumers who may not be aware. “We know this drives people to our website, at a heavy level” says Turner. “A few weeks ago the Pinterest program was almost passing, if not passing the referral volume when compared to traffic we receive from our content syndication partnerships with Yahoo! and MSN.”Turner could not provide figures on the traffic volume. When asked about best practices with Pinterest integration, he says that the title has seen the highest engagement when an icon is placed on the cover of the magazine because it alerts users at the onset that interactivity exists.
WILMINGTON, MA — Below is the ballot voters will see when they go to the polls this Saturday, April 28 to vote in Wilmington’s Annual Town Election.Please note that the ballot on Saturday will not have the word “Absentee” on top. Thank you to the Town Clerk for providing this ballot.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedTOWN ELECTION UPDATE: Ballot Is Set With Contested Races For Selectmen, School Committee & Town ModeratorIn “Government”TOWN ELECTION UPDATE: Ballot Is Set — 9 Candidates For 3 Selectmen Seats Spread Over 2 RacesIn “Government”TOWN ELECTION UPDATE: Ballot Is Set; Contested Races For School Committee & SelectmenIn “Government”
JON Wilkin is set to return for the Saints in this Friday’s engage Super League trip to Crusaders RL.The forward has recovered from a freak hand injury to be named in Royce Simmons’ squad.Scott Moore misses out with a calf injury whilst Francis Meli, Leon Pryce and Paul Clough are not ready for a return.Tommy Makinson retains his place in the squad after a good opening to the U20s campaign and two full substitute appearances so far this season.Saints’ 19-man squad is:1. Paul Wellens, 2. Ade Gardner, 3. Michael Shenton, 4. Sia Soliola, 8. Josh Perry, 9. James Roby, 10. James Graham, 11. Tony Puletua, 12. Jon Wilkin, 13. Chris Flannery, 15. Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, 17. Gary Wheeler, 18. Matty Ashurst, 19. Andrew Dixon, 20. Jonny Lomax, 21. Shaun Magennis, 22. Jamie Foster, 25. Lee Gaskell, 28. Tommy Makinson.Crusaders’ 19-man squad:1. Clinton Schifcofske, 2. Gareth Thomas, 3.Tony Martin, 4. Vince Mellars, 5. Stuart Reardon, 6. Michael Witt, 7. Jarrod Sammut, 8. Ryan O’Hara, 10. Mark Bryant, 11. Hep Cahill, 12. Jason Chan, 13. Frank Winterstein, 16. Ben Flower, 17. Rhys Hanbury, 19. Lloyd White, 21. Paul Johnson, 22. Richard Moore, 23. Peter Lupton, 27. Jordan Tansey.The match kicks off at 8pm and the referee is R Hicks.If you can’t make the match, it will be covered extensively in the new look Match Centre as well as on Saints’ Official Twitter and Facebook sites.You can also listen by tuning in to Wish FM on 102.4 FM, DAB or by clicking here.Tickets are still on sale from the Saints Ticket Office in St Helens Town Centre with significant savings on Crusaders’ matchday prices.Statistics:Crusaders are seeking their first Super League win against St Helens.Crusaders won 0St Helens won 4St Helens highest score: 37-30 (H, 2010) (Widest margin: 30-0, H, 2009)MilestonesCHRIS FLANNERY will make his 100th appearance for the club on Friday.ADE GARDNER will make his 300th career appearance in the match.