This typewriter keyboard will actually make you work faster » Gadget Flow

first_imgLauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she’s not typing away at her computer, she cooks and travels with her husband and two daughters. Fineday Retro Bluetooth typewriter keyboard with a tablet in its holderA number pad helps with spreadsheetsIt’s easier to type in numbers on a number pad. And if your work also involves spreadsheets, you’ll appreciate the Fineday Retro Bluetooth Keyboard‘s number pad. It’s a new addition to this retro keyboard’s 2.0 version, one users of the 1.0 version had requested. You’ll speed through your calculations with this useful feature as you’ll never have to take your eyes off your screen. Your accuracy will also improve because you won’t have to stretch your fingers to reach the numbers above the letter portion of the keyboard.Fineday Retro Bluetooth Typewriter KeyboardFineday Retro Bluetooth typewriter keyboard with desk accessoriesA typing experience that’s truly comfortableAnother cool design element of this keyboard is its mounting stand. It holds smaller devices like a tablet or phone while you type at a 9.22-degree angle. This allows you to work from these devices for a long time without neck strain. It also makes it easier to work from both your desktop and smartphone or tablet at once.LED backlighting brightens your typing experienceFinally, this keyboard has a soft white LED backlight. This feature helps to illuminate your desk and as you work, allowing you to see everything clearly as you type. What’s more, you can easily adjust the brightness of the backlighting with the left roller knob, a design feature that makes this keyboard look just like a real typewriter.This typewriter keyboard is a great gadget for writers, creatives, and anyone who appreciates past product designs. The design is beautiful and adds character to any desk. Plus, this antique-inspired design will actually help you get work done with its ergonomic keys and its ability to let you work between your devices simultaneousl. Placing your device on the stand only improves your productivity. This Bluetooth keyboard makes a great gift for not only for writers but any professional who spends hours at their keyboard.Fineday Retro Bluetooth Typewriter Keyboard costs $158 and is available for preorder on Indiegogo.Do you like products that make use of past designs? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.Fineday Retro Bluetooth Typewriter KeyboardFineday Retro Bluetooth typewriter keyboard on a white desk The Fineday Retro Bluetooth Typewriter Keyboard envisions a kind of workspace where beloved designs of past machines have the capabilities that people today need to get work done. This typewriter keyboard boasts shiny black metal and saddle-shaped keycaps reminiscent of typewriters from the 1920s. It also lets writers revel in their work’ tactile and audible feedback, with the satisfying sound the keys make. And it’s wired or wireless connection, hotkeys, and other tech features boosts typing speed and accuracy, according to the company’s Indiegogo page. It sounds like a great keyboard for anyone who enjoys writing.This retro keyboard gives you a satisfying typing experienceAt its core, writing is a tactile act. There’s something gratifying about feeling your fingers fly across a keyboard as you compose your thoughts. And the sound of keys clicking as you type is oh so necessary. It’s these elements you’ll get with this Bluetooth typewriter keyboard. It features ergonomic saddle-shaped keys with OUTEMU blue axis mechanical switches. They give off that noteworthy sound and pushback you need as you type.Fineday Retro Bluetooth Typewriter KeyboardFineday Retro Bluetooth typewriter keyboard with a person typingThis keyboard is a classic tool for the modern writer- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Fineday Retro Bluetooth Typewriter Keyboard This typewriter keyboard will actually make you work fastercenter_img Fineday Retro Bluetooth Typewriter KeyboardFineday Retro Bluetooth typewriter keyboard on a desk If you love the look and sound of an antique typewriter, you’ll want to check out this gadget. This typewriter keyboard looks just like a retro typewriter and its keys make that satisfying click-clackety sound. But its tech is completely modern. Keep reading to see how this gorgeous yet practical keyboard can boost your productivity.If you spend a lot of time writing for work, you know how important it is to have a good keyboard.  And if you’re into writing, it’s likely you also have a soft spot for typewriters. Who can resist the click-clackety sound of their thoughts pouring onto paper? Unfortunately, the work typewriters produce no longer suits the needs of the modern professional. Or does it? The company behind the Fineday Retro Bluetooth Typewriter Keyboard has created a keyboard that looks and sounds like a typewriter from the 1920s and it’s equipped will all of today’s tech. – Advertisement – While this writing gadget’s design calls to mind the great works of past literary geniuses, you won’t keep this keyboard on your desk just for inspiration’s sake. No, this keyboard is also a powerful tool that will help you get work done. That’s because it allows you to work on three devices at onces. So you can connect this keyboard to your desktop, phone, laptop, and tablet and work seamlessly between them thanks to a strong Bluetooth 5.0 connection. It also works in both wired modes for when you need to be a speed demon and is compatible with Windows/iOS/Android.Fineday Retro Bluetooth typewriter keyboardFineday Retro Bluetooth typewriter keyboard next to a brick wallMulti-function hotkeys make typing effortlessDo you know what your grandparents probably wished their typewriters had? Hotkeys. And this typewriter keyboard has them. They let you automate some of your repeated typing actions so that you can work faster. The Fineday Retro Keyboard has a Windows’s logo key, and Mac users can use it as a Command key.Fineday Retro Bluetooth Typewriter Keyboard– Advertisement –last_img read more

Canada reports suspected BSE case

first_img The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) said multiple screening tests of a 10-year-old dairy cow have indicated possible BSE, or mad cow disease. Confirmatory test results were expected in 3 to 5 days. The carcass was kept out of the human food and animal feed systems, the agency said. The agency said American officials had been informed of the suspected BSE case. “This finding should not have a significant or lasting impact on efforts to normalize trade,” the statement said. “In negotiations with trading partners, including the U.S., Canada has been very open about the prospect of finding more BSE.” See also: The announcement comes on the heels of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) announcement yesterday of plans to partially lift the current ban on importing of live Canadian cattle on Mar 7. Live Canadian cattle have been barred since Canada’s first BSE case was discovered in May 2003. Because Canada is now considered a “minimal risk” region for BSE, the border will be reopened to live Canadian cattle less than 30 months of age and certain other animals and products, the USDA said. Canada’s BSE-related measures have been based on the assumption that more cases may be found in North America, the CFIA said. “As a result, the confirmation of a new case of BSE would not indicate increased risk to food safety as Canada requires the removal of specified risk material (SRM) from all animals entering the human food supply,” the agency said. SRM are tissues such as the brain, spinal cord, and certain nerve bundles, which are likely to contain the BSE agent if the animal has the disease. The CFIA, in announcing the suspected BSE case, said, “The Government of Canada’s normal policy is to report only confirmed results. However, given the unique situation created by the United States border announcement on December 29 it was decided that the most prudent action would be to publicly announce the available information and provide stakeholders with a full understanding of the current situation.”center_img Dec 30, 2004 (CIDRAP News) – Canada today reported what could be its second case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), only hours after the US government announced plans to ease restrictions on the importation of Canadian cattle. The dairy cow was tested because it couldn’t walk, putting it in a high-risk category in Canada’s BSE surveillance program, officials said. The cow was born before Canada (and the United States) banned the feeding of protein from ruminant animals to other ruminants in 1997. “If BSE is confirmed in this case, consumption of contaminated feed before 1997 remains the most likely route of [BSE] transmission” to the cow, the CFIA said. The CFIA did not say where the suspect cow came from or give any other identifying information about it. Officials said the Canadian Science Centre for Human and Animal Health in Winnipeg, Man., is handling the confirmatory testing. USDA announcement of plan to loosen import restrictionslast_img read more

The first Big Data Sailing Academy was held, an interesting and different concept of education on sailboats

first_imgIn the Dubrovnik archipelago, an educational program on sailboats, Big Data Sailing Academy, was successfully held. From 19 to 26 May, organized by the Business Sailing Experience Agency, participants sailed for a week around Dubrovnik’s Elafiti and Mljet, where a big data training was held every day at a different location.During the seven days, the participants sailed around Dubrovnik, visited the lighthouse of St. Andrew was built back in 1873 and climbed the walls of Ston. The three largest islands of the Elafiti have served as perfect ports for numerous sailboats over the centuries and thus for the Big Data Sailing Academy. But the greatest enthusiasm among the participants was caused by the Mljet National Park and its lakes. Since most of the participants are from Western Europe, they admitted that they could not even imagine such beauties on the Old Continent.The sailing training program is a new concept developed by the Business Sailing Experience Agency. Each day, participants began a relaxing sailing to their desired destination. Sailboats serve as floating hotels, but they are also ideal for developing team spirit among those present. This cohesion then brings greater relaxation during education, which of course results in better learning.Big Data lectures were organized by Poslovna Inteligencij, and an expert from a leading Croatian data analysis company prepared an education that combines practical knowledge and theoretical concepts.”As Big Data became an indispensable part of the business of many companies in a short period of time, the necessary investments in education also increased. In the coming years, an exponential growth in the amount of data collected is expected, so it is necessary to organize quality education of people. By holding Big Data training on sailing boats, BSE Agency has shown that in Croatia there is great potential in the foreign market to offer added value in tourism. By organizing a lecture on a current topic on a unique platform of sailboats, we can offer much more content than usual“Said Ivan Rade Tadić from the Business Sailing Experience Agency and concluded that this concept is especially suitable for developing the offer before and after the season.last_img read more

See You At The Polls!

first_imgVisit on.pa.gov/voting to learn more about voting and elections in Pennsylvania.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf The Blog,  Voting & Elections It is hard to escape the fact that the November 8 general election is quickly approaching.At the Pennsylvania Department of State, we have a deep commitment to ensuring a fair, secure and smooth electoral process. Voting is one of our most fundamental rights as citizens. As Pennsylvania’s Chief Election Officer, it is my responsibility to see that every eligible citizen in my jurisdiction has a meaningful opportunity to register and vote.I am happy to report that there are now more than 8.6 million people in Pennsylvania registered to vote. It is certainly an impressive number and accomplishment. That will not mean much though if the majority of our registrants do not show up at the polls on Election Day. I encourage all registered voters in Pennsylvania to complete their civic duty and cast a ballot.As the final countdown begins and you decide which candidates to pick, there are a few other important matters to keep in mind. I am talking about your rights as a voter. State and federal laws endow voters with certain protections as they carry out their constitutional right to vote. I encourage you to educate yourself about your rights before going to your polling place. To confirm your registration or locate your polling place, visit votesPA.com for complete voter information.The Department of State prides itself on providing all eligible voters with voter education resources. One of our great election-related resources is Everyone.votesPA.com. The site offers voter rights information in two easily downloadable brochures. The brochures are: Everyone VotesPA 2016 Voter Guide (PDF) and Top 5 Things Every Pennsylvania Voter Should Know for the 2016 Election (PDF).You can easily download and print copies of the brochures to take to your polling place. We want every voter to know what to expect and who to contact if an issue arises.Thank you to the 8.6 million Pennsylvanians who are now registered to vote. Also, I want to congratulate Pennsylvania for embracing our online voter registration (OVR) application. By the close of registration on October 11, nearly 900,000 people had used OVR since it launched in August 2015.Registering to vote was just the first step. The final step is to let your voice, your vote, count. Please encourage every registered voter you know to go to the polls. Voting is the best way for us to have a say in our economy, justice system, schools, and workforce. It is the best way to bring about the future you envision for your family, your community and your nation. See you at the polls!   SHARE  TWEET By: Pedro A. Cortés, Secretary of State See You At The Polls! November 02, 2016 SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

DBS: Keppel, Sembcorp Marine Merger Would Make Sense

first_imgPrevailing challenges in the offshore and marine sector have sprung rumors on the potential consolidation of Singapore’s rig builders Keppel Corporation (Keppel) and Sembcorp Industries (SCI), according to DBS Bank.The move would be a prudent choice having in mind the yard overcapacity and rig oversupply, along with the two yards’ rationalization efforts amid lower activity level.  In addition, recent changes in the leadership of these groups could drive the consolidation move to fruition.“A merger could make sense to further streamline their operations, achieve cost synergies and eliminate competition in the medium term,” DBS said in a report that explored the possible scenarios for rationalization of the O&M assets involving Keppel, SCI, and its listed subsidiary Sembcorp Marine (SMM).The three scenarios include a merger of Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M) and SMM which would combine their core competencies and facilities, thus strengthening their franchise and creating room for further cost rationalization.A second scenario would be SCI’s possible divestment of SMM thus unlocking value for shareholders. In such a move, SCI could enhance value to its shareholders by focusing on its core competency along the utilities value chain, and divesting SMM to Keppel, Temasek or ST Engineering.And finally, Keppel could inject infrastructure assets into SCI. In such a move, Keppel could remain a conglomerate but swap its infrastructure assets (worth c.S$1.3bn, and are synergistic to SCI), for SCI’s interest in SMM.According to DSB, the first scenario looks like the one that would make the most sense, ” giving birth to a power house.”Aside to initial integration issues, and some overlapping of product offering, the two Singapore rig builders have diversified into other sectors, for instance, Keppel expanded into Floating Liquified Natural Gas (FLNG) vessels while SMM has developed the modularized LNG platform for close to shore applications, thus paving way for expansion of business portfolio and creation of a shipbuilding giant.last_img read more

Prysmian Finds Western Link Failure Spot

first_imgPrysmian Group has localized the issue that caused system failure of the Western Link Interconnection, consisting of two 600 kV DC submarine cables in the Irish Sea linking Ardneil (Scotland) to Wirral (England).Following the testing and investigations executed to date, the issue, which required the system to be temporarily switched off, has been localized in the Southern land cable section.Prysmian has already started mobilizing specialized teams on site to investigate the nature of the issue.In parallel, Prysmian is putting actions in place to undertake the repairing in the shortest time possible and with the lowest environmental and logistic impact, the company said.The Western Link project includes direct current subsea and underground cables.The cable has a total length of about 387 kilometers and helps to bring renewable energy from Scotland to homes and businesses in Wales and England.last_img read more

Lady Dogs MS VB Team Victorious Over Lady Raiders

first_imgThe 7th grade BMS volleyball team picked up their second, convincing win of the season defeating South Ripley in 2 games. Scores were 25-21; 25-12.Jade Pflum led the team in serving connecting on 11/13 serves earning 10 points including 4 aces.   Ellie Cassidy was 8 for 9 earning 7 points including 2 aces. Macy Prickel and Abby Westerfeld were dominant at the net with 5 and 4 kills respectively.The team’s record is now 2-1.The 8th grade BMS volleyball team also improved to 2-1 on the season with an exciting 3 set victory over South Ripley. After losing game 1 by the score 25-14, the team rallied to win the next two games 25-21; 15-9. In game 3, the girls overcame a 7-2 deficit. It was a great team win.Kylie Wanninger was an impressive 14 for 15 from the service line earning 12 points including 8 straight points to clinch the match in game 3. Jennifer Speer, Allie Shane, Caitlyn Broering, and Hattie Westerfeld allhad kills at the net to spark the offense. Ciera Rhoads and Kelsey Shupe passed well in the back row to help secure the win.The teams will travel to Greendale on Thursday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Shelly Prickel.last_img read more

Benton County Speedway race start time change

first_imgBy Jerry Mackey  The start time will be set back an hour which will not only allow better race conditions but will make for much more comfortable conditions for our loyal race fans. That change was made due to the difficulties of getting enough water into the track under the summer’s high sun, which has made for dusty conditions. VINTON, Iowa – Specialty Race Promotions, operators of Benton County Speedway, The Bullring, have made the decision to set the start time for the Sunday race programs back to 6 p.m.  Effective this Sunday, July 12 the grandstands and pit gates will open at 4 p.m. with hot laps set to get underway at 6 p.m. with racing to follow.last_img read more

How Do You Socially Distance inside a Hurricane Shelter?

first_img(Washington, DC) — While our nation is focused on the coronavirus, Florida’s senators are also looking ahead to another threat, the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season which is supposed to be especially active. If you’ve ever spent time in a crowded hurricane shelter, you know how difficult it could be to stay six feet away from others. Republicans Rick Scott and Marco Rubio sent a letter yesterday to FEMA about the upcoming hurricane season asking some key questions. Scott and Rubio asked FEMA for guidance on how communities should handle operating shelters while social distancing guidelines are in place.Letter excert: “To ensure our communities are properly prepared, we urge FEMA to issue guidance to state and local governments, tribes and territories regarding hurricane preparedness and response that addresses Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and procedures in the wake of the Coronavirus. In addition, we ask that you take into account how to properly evacuate and shelter those who either have, or are suspected to have, the Coronavirus in the event of a storm. Consistent and sound guidance will be crucial to saving lives during a natural disaster.”Read full letter here. Hurricane season starts June 1st, and Scott and Rubio say hurricane plans need to be in place as soon as possible.last_img read more

Mad Dog Supra controls 1320 rematch

first_imgWHEN the dust settled on a cloudy Sunday at Timehri, the Mad Dog Supra reigned supreme.Peter Daby’s white Rx7 takes on S&D performance Toyota Caldina (Stephan Sookram photos)The S&D performance Supra ran a 8.7 second time to emerge the king of the 1320 rematch event.The team Mohameds Enterprise GTRs suffered mechanical difficulties and were unable to compete.The crowd was thrilled by close battles with the Surinamese representing themselves well by winning two categories.See full unofficial results below:16-second class – Omesh persaud15-second class – Shan Seejattan14-second class – Leon Singh13-second class – Pierre Singh12-second class – Raymond john (Suriname)11 second class – Oneil Higgins10-second class – Michael Namchand09-second class – Rameez Mohammed08-second class (Unlimited) – Deryck JiasinghATV – Raj Panday1000cc bikes – Mark Menezlast_img read more