CopyrightX — AKA ‘The MOOC the New Yorker actually liked‘ — is tooling up for a second run, expanding on its unusual, hybrid format.The twelve-week networked course, offered each spring under the auspices of Harvard Law School, the HarvardX initiative, and the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, explores the current law of copyright and the ongoing debates concerning how that law should be reformed. Through a combination of pre-recorded lectures, weekly seminars, live webcasts, and online discussions, participants in the course examine and assess the ways in which law seeks to stimulate and regulate creative expression.This year, in addition to the real-world classes attended by 100 Harvard Law students and online sections for 500 students — taking the M out of MOOC — the course is adding more ‘satellites’ and integrating them more with the other two course communities.Admission to the online sector of CopyrightX is free and is open to anyone at least 13 years of age, but enrollment is limited. Applications for admission will be accepted starting December 13, 2013. For details concerning the application and admission processes, see CopyrightX:Admission.The lectures, reading materials, maps, and recordings that have been developed for CopyrightX are also available for use by teachers and students in other settings. All of these materials are licensed under a Creative Commons License, the terms of which are available here. Read Full Story
AdvertisementAdvertisementLacazette called out ‘Auba’ in direction of his teammate and directed him to take the penalty with the Gabonese striker duly following the Frenchman’s instructions.After the game, Aubameyang admitted that Lacazette’s words helped him, saying: ‘I was confident. All my teammates gave me a lot of confidence. Laca gave me the penalty and that was cool from him.‘I was really focused. I looked down at the last moment and I missed [the penalty against Tottenham]. Being focused, you score a penalty.‘We have to practise this all the time and today it went in.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityThere were some complaints by United’s players that the penalty award was soft as Lacazette went down under a challenge from Fred, however, Arsenal will not care one bit about their opponents protestations. Skip Read More by Metro Metro Sport ReporterSunday 10 Mar 2019 6:34 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.3kShares Read More Read More Advertisement PLAY Video Settings Read More About Connatix V67539 / Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored from the spot as Arsenal beat Manchester United (Getty Images)Alexandre Lacazette gave Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang a vote of confidence as he instructed his strike partner to take a penalty during Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Manchester United at the Emirates.Aubameyang missed a crucial penalty in the final moments of last weekend’s north London derby against Spurs which meant that Arsenal drew the game 1-1 rather than winning it.Arsenal were awarded a second spot-kick in as many league games against United and Aubameyang might have been worried about taking it considering what happened at Wembley.However, after some gentle encouragement from Lacazette, Aubameyang took hold of the ball and dispatched it beyond David De Gea to double Arsenal’s advantage and settle the contest.ADVERTISEMENT Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE 1/1 Comment 1 min. story Advertisement Aubameyang and Lacazette celebrated together after he converted his penalty (Getty Images)Aubameyang’s strike boosted his chances of winning the Premier League golden boot as it moved him to 17 league goals for the campaign – only Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero with 18 has scored more. Tottenham’s Harry Kane and Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah are also on 17.It was also Aubameyang’s 20th goal in all competitions this term meaning he became the first Arsenal player to reach that total since Alexis Sanchez managed it during the 2016-17 season.Arsenal’s win has moved them up to fourth in the Premier League table and just one point behind Spurs in third.More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors Read More Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Full Screen Coming Next Skip Ad Manchester United captain Harry Maguire SPONSORED Top articles What Alexandre Lacazette told Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang before Arsenal’s penalty against Man Utd
Mumbai: Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Rajasthan Royals on Monday announced a deal with BookMyShow for the upcoming season of the league. Tickets for Royal’s home matches, which will be held at the Sawai Mansingh stadium in Jaipur from March 25, will go on sale online from Tuesday.Over 20,000 tickets priced between Rs 500 to Rs 12,000 will be up for grabs for fans ahead of the first home match. This year, the ticket prices will also be on a dynamic basis, with the prices being determined by a few factors including opponents, demand and the time period left for the match to begin.The partnership marks a move to simplify the ticket purchasing process for fans across the globe.Speaking on the move, Lead owner of Royals Manoj Badale said: “We’re proud to be working yet again with BookMyShow, the leaders in the Indian entertainment and ticketing market. We have aligned in our approach of keeping the fans on priority and will work together to give the fans the most hassle free and progressive ticketing and on-ground services.” IANSAlso Read: Sports News
Related Stories ROARING BACK: Syracuse defies odds again in late comeback win over No. 21 Cincinnati Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse’s defense kept breaking down. Cincinnati kept knocking down 3-pointers. It happened all game long. Syracuse continued to leave the Bearcats’ shooters open on the wings or in the corners.Behind the fluid stroke of Sean Kilpatrick, No. 21 Cincinnati (16-4, 4-3 Big East) hit 10 3-pointers in its 57-55 loss to the No. 3 Orange (18-1, 6-0) in the Carrier Dome Monday. Kilpatrick hit six of them, the beneficiary of broken defensive plays by some of Syracuse’s freshmen. Throughout the second half especially, Cincinnati sent daggers through the Orange’s attempts to climb back or pull away.After the game, SU head coach Jim Boeheim said two of his freshmen, Trevor Cooney and Jerami Grant, left Kilpatrick open twice. That translated to 12 points for Kilpatrick, the first three coming 39 seconds into the game when he hit a triple from the left wing to give the Bearcats an early lead.“Freshmen are going to make mistakes, that’s why they don’t play here. (Cooney) left Kilpatrick twice, and Jerami left him twice. Two freshmen, 12 points,” Boeheim said. “We can’t afford that. They didn’t make the right read in the defensive situation. You can’t leave a guy like that open.”Kilpatrick shot 6-for-16 from the field. He was 6-for-15 from the arc. He took one measly shot from inside the arc. Boeheim said he wanted his defense to pay particular attention to Kilpatrick, since Cashmere Wright didn’t play in Cincinnati’s last game and might’ve been off.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut Syracuse didn’t do enough of what Boeheim wanted.Cooney said after the game the guards needed to do a better job of knowing where Kilpatrick was at all times. They didn’t do that in this game and it nearly cost Syracuse the game. He said all the Bearcats did was move the ball effectively to spread out the Orange’s defense.“When they space it out like that it’s tough to get out to them,” Cooney said. “You’ve still got to get out there and play the 2-3 hard.”Six of Cincinnati’s 10 3-pointers came in the second half. In all, the Bearcats attempted 14 3-pointers in the second half, good for 42.9 percent in the half.Syracuse had a slim four-point lead at halftime, but it evaporated quickly after the break. JaQuon Parker hit a 3 from the right corner, which gave the Bearcats a 25-24 lead at 17:25.Just more than two minutes later, Kilpatrick hit a highlight 3 from the top of the key while his momentum took him backward. The Bearcats had a seven-point lead. Syracuse had to play catch-up for the rest of the second half.“We just starting moving the ball more, getting everybody more involved,” Parker said. “We just got a lot of open shots the second half.”Brandon Triche made a fast-break layup with about seven minutes left that closed Syracuse’s deficit to two. But Cincinnati answered right back. Kilpatrick hit a triple from the right wing that opened the Bearcats’ lead to five.Triche hit a jumper in the lane that closed the gap to five, but Parker hit a 3 to essentially negate the shot. Syracuse dug in and hit shots, but Cincinnati hit them, too.SU point guard Michael Carter-Williams said the only way to fix the problem is to close out the shooters more quickly.“Just sticking to our principles and getting out on shooters,” Carter-Willams said. “It’s what coach teaches us everyday. We broke down a few times. We can’t do that. We knew Kilpatrick and Wright came to shoot the ball, so we’ve just got to keep working on it.”Cincinnati’s biggest 3-point attempt came in the closing seconds, and it was the one clutch shot it missed. Syracuse was clinging to a 57-55 lead. Wright put up a 3 from the top of the key that went in and out.“It looked great. It just rolled right in and out,” Kilpatrick said. “We needed him to take the shots he took. Great shooters aren’t going to always make every shot.”While Syracuse had defensive breakdowns and failed to recognize where Cincinnati’s shooters were, the Bearcats still hit some tough, long shots. Still, not getting out on those shooters nearly cost the Orange the game.For a team that plays zone exclusively, it could happen again.“They had a couple good looks, we made mistakes,” Carter-Williams said. “But they were hitting tough shots. I give all the credit in the world to them, they were hitting tough shots.” Comments Published on January 21, 2013 at 8:32 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @chris_iseman
Governor Reynolds will hold a press conference at 11:00 AM — you can listen on AM-1300 KGLO and kgloam.com, as well as view here or on Governor Reynolds Facebook pagehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOe4pvSnTLM
Jacoby Jones out runs New York Jets punter Ryan Quigley on a punt return in Baltimore, Nov. 24. The Baltimore Ravens receiver and former ‘Dancing With the Stars’ performer accounted for 249 yards and scored the game’s lone touchdown in a 19-3 win over the New York Jets.(AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)The black and gold are riding a three game win streak and find themselves in the thick of the wild card chase at 5-6. They’ll need to take their momentum to Baltimore on a short week and play the Ravens in an extremely hostile environment Thanksgiving night.The team knows this will be a huge test as the Super Bowl champs are just as hungry as the Steelers are to get to .500. The winner will be in great shape, the loser will be in big trouble. In traditional Steelers vs. Ravens fashion it will be a hard hitting, venomous, tight game that will probably come down to whoever has the ball last.Here are the Keys to A Steelers Victory:1. Pittsburgh needs to continue to run the no huddle. It’s been their most effective form of offense and has enabled Big Ben to avoid sacks and make more plays downfield.2. The o line must keep an eye on Terrell Suggs at all times. They did a pretty decent job of stopping him in the first matchup in Pittsburgh however he was still able to get to Big Ben a few times. The O line must not allow Suggs in the backfield or he’ll cause mayhem all game long.3. Stopping Torrey Smith is a must. Smith is a burner and a huge deep threat. Ike Taylor will most likely be matched up with him all game long. Taylor hasn’t fared well the past few weeks, he’ll need to make sure Smith doesn’t get behind him and keep the Raven’s deep threat to short gains only.4. The defense must continue to play effective football. The past few weeks they have gained 8 turnovers and have really turned up the pressure on the opposing quarterbacks. Led by Jason Worilds, they’ll need to continue to find themselves in the offensive backfield, forcing bad throws, gaining sacks and punching the ball loose. The Ravens are a ball control offense and having a defense cause that kind of ruckus would be a huge step towards gaining a win.
Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel (99) is introduced before the start of an NFL preseason football game against the Carolina Panthers on Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014 in Pittsburgh. It was Keisel’s first game this pre-season, since re-signing with the Steelers. The Panthers won 10-0. (AP Photo/Gene Puskar)The Steelers enter the 2014 season coming off of two consecutive 8-8 seasons. While last year the Steelers nearly slipped into the playoffs after finishing the season strong; the black and gold don’t want to put themselves in a position where they need to rely on other teams to help them in. The 0-4 start they had to last season clearly dug a hole too big to get out of.To open this season, they take on the in division rival Browns. The Browns should be improved and have an entire new coaching staff to help rebuild the once proud franchise. They drafted Johnny Manziel and expect big things out of him down the line. They’ll certainly miss Josh Gordon this season and in the end this is a team the Steelers should and need to beat if they want to consider themselves a threat to win the division.Here are the Keys to A Steelers Victory:1. The black and gold need to come out strong. They need to avoid early mistakes like turnovers and penalties and move the ball down the field effectively, utilizing the no huddle offense that Big Ben loves so much.2. Even with the no huddle offense, they need to run a balanced attack. LeVeon Bell and to a lesser degree LaGarrete Blount need to put up the yardage needed to control the clock and keep the defense honest. Bell should go for at least 100 yards in order for the ground attack to be effective enough.3. The defense needs to rattle Brian Hoyer. Hoyer will already be looking over his shoulder at Johnny Football and will be prone to making mistakes because he’ll be trying so hard not to make one. The defense needs to pound Hoyer into the ground and deflate his confidence early and often.4. They can’t let the Browns hang around. The worst thing the team can do is let a mediocre Browns team hang around and keep their confidence. If the Steelers can get up big early, they should be able to coast to an easy win.Here are a Few Things to Watch:1.Ryan Shazier-Shazier will be on the third linebacker in Steeler history to start a season opener as a rookie, joining Jack Lambert and Kendrell Bell. Shazier, the teams number one draft pick in May, appears to be the real deal. Look for him to make big plays in clutch situations.2. Markus Wheaton-Wheaton enters his second season as the number two starting receiver. Wheaton only netted six catches in his rookie year but the team expects big things out of him in year two. It will be interesting to see if he’s up for the challenge or if he’ll let Lance Moore or even Martavis Bryant pass him up.3. Dri Archer-Archer is another rookie who may be a big impact guy. He’ll see a lot of action out of the slot and as a third down back. He has the potential to be a special teams ace and is a true burner. Speed kills and he’s got a lot of it.4. Big Ben-He’s the leader of this team, the heart and soul. He is not going to want to start the season off like they did last year and he’s going to be instrumental in the development and growth of all the young talent on the offensive side of the ball. Watch how much of a leader he’s become.Mike Pelaia hosts the website Steel Nation Association www.steelnationassociation.com- Covering the Steelers and helping Children’s Hospital All Day Everyday. You can e-mail him at [email protected]
Facebook6Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Jeanne Jolly Award-winning singer-songwriter Jeanne Jolly is invigorating the music scene with her heartfelt lyricism, heavenly range and soulful folk-pop beats tinged in Appalachian Americana. With her unmistakable signature voice, she is carving out music without boundaries that pulls from her classical training and folk sensibility. Audiences all over the U.S. are becoming impressed with her songwriting, her strong country belt and her ability to quickly shift to the dusky lilt of Allison Krauss combined with sophisticated jazz phrasing. One can only guess that her vocal dynamics & songwriting range come from a performance history as the featured vocalist with Grammy Award winning Jazz trumpeter, Chris Botti, getting a Masters in classical vocal performance from New England Conservatory, & growing up in NC with a deeply rooted love for bluegrass and classic country. When you ask Jeanne where it all comes from, she’ll tell you, her heart.The Boston Globe reviews, “Once seen and heard, singer-songwriter Jeanne Jolly from Raleigh, N.C., is hard to forget, her songs easy to remember-especially if you have her debut, “Angels”, and have the habit of playing it over and over.”Jeanne’s new album, ‘Angels’ debuted in the top fifteen on the iTunes Singer Songwriter Chart & is garnered with praise for its depth of sweetness and sorrow that can fit any mood and strikes a chord with a variety of music fans. Her songs reflect on the angels that affect all of our lives, leaving the definition of “Angels” to the listener. It is a grassroots album to really sink your teeth into, defined by the soul-infused single, “Sweet Love”, thoughtful ballads like “Good Man”, topped off with her feisty alt-country romp, “The Hard Way”.The New York Music Daily shares, “she’s got an eye for detail, likes to work the suspense for all it’s worth, and her band is sensational.” You can view the music video for her single “Sweet Love” here. In 2012, Jeanne Jolly embarked on a tour of the Pacific Northwest where she headlined the Sweet Pea Festival of the Arts and the Red Ants Pants Festival alongside the likes of Rodney Crowell, Emmylou Harris and Billy Joe Shaver. She returned to North Carolina as a featured performer at the North Carolina State Fair followed by her national “Angels” Album Release Tour. Jeanne is currently touring all over the U.S. in support of “Angels”.On August 21, 2013, Jolly comes to Olympia’s Music In The Park. The free concert series in downtown Olympia’s Sylvester Park will allow music lovers from all over the south sound to enjoy the sounds of Jolly and her sensational band. The concert starts at 7 pm, but attendees are welcome to come early with blankets, low back chairs, and picnics. For full details on the Music In The Park Concert Series click here.The Common Folk Review states, “Jolly is undeniably a versatile singer with an amazing and rare ability to sing with the sophistication of modern jazz and the simple passion of an Appalachian Americana. Jolly has a gorgeous voice that isn’t something you hear or happen upon everyday.” Come and see for yourself why Jeanne Jolly is among the top folk-rock singer/songwriters today.