Commissioner Roger Goodell suggested back in 2015 that increasing the postseason field to seven teams in each conference was in the works. The owners could unilaterally add a wild-card team in the AFC and the NFC, but are willing to make such a move part of a new CBA. … [Read more...] about NFL owners approve negotiated terms for new labor agreement
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The Real Housewives of New York star, 51, is showing off the big city digs she shares with husband Tom D’Agostino Jr., who she married in December 2016. The Manhattan address comes complete with a marble-clad kitchen, statement art and an outdoor terrace fit for a countess . . . or a grocery store mogul. … [Read more...] about ‘s Luann D’Agostino Gives a Tour of Her Penthouse, Complete with a ‘Fabulous Terrace’
Swinging through New York as a friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man is just about the most satisfying thing you can do in a videogame. When it's done well, like in Spider-Man 2 or the recent PS4 exclusive, it's a hypnotic acrobatic display that's graceful but still lets you go at buttock-clenching speeds. While the latest Spidey outing won't be gracing PCs, modder J16D has rather skilfully incorporated some of its best bits into a GTA: San Andreas mod. … [Read more...] about This Spider-Man mod for San Andreas almost looks like the PS4 exclusive
I don’t really care so much about being outed. I always said it was never about Goldman, it was about illuminating Wall Street culture. GSElevator is not an anonymous person. It’s not a person at all. It’s the embodiment or aggregation of “every banker”, a concentrated reflection of a Wall Street culture and mentality. Getting focused on me the person, to a large extent, misses the point. But I welcomed being outed because it frees me up to speak more clearly and freely about my experiences and the uniqueness of my vantage point. … [Read more...] about Is the @GSElevator Mystery Really Solved?
Most laptop users who aren’t taking their computers into extreme conditions can get away with using a laptop sleeve. “Sleeves are great when you don’t need maximum protection, but simply an insulation against bumps and scrapes within a larger bag,” says Matt Ham of LaptopMD and Computer Repair Doctor. “They’re light, not bulky, and they come in plenty of sizes to be formfitting.” Peter Lopez, also known as Brooklyn Tech Guy, likes Incase sleeves, and this one is a favorite of Justin Tse, a content creator who co-curates the workspace Instagram account iSetups and whose tech-review YouTube channel has 485,000 subscribers. Tse likes that the case is made with foam that “serves like a bumper around the edges of the computer,” and that it’s thin, good for travel, and can withstand being dropped. … [Read more...] about The 14 best laptop cases and bags
"We've had an enormous amount of inquiries," Gary Person, president of the Chamber of Commerce and the North Platte Development Corp, told China Daily. "About 400 have asked about the program. We've recruited four attorneys, a physical therapist, an accountant, a brew master, a minister, an auto-dealership manager and healthcare professionals." … [Read more...] about US locales put out ‘help wanted’ signs