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Enter Your Email Address Royston Roche has no position in any of the shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. Royston Roche | Friday, 12th February, 2021 | More on: GGP Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Greatland Gold (LSE: GGP) is an AIM-listed natural resource exploration and development company. Its shares rose 310% in the past year. It has outperformed the FTSE 100 index by a wide margin. Over the past five years, Greatland Gold shares have risen by an unbelievable 32,600%.Greatland Gold’s projectsGreatland Gold has four projects in Western Australia, namely, Paterson, Panorama, Ernes Giles, and Bromus. The Paterson project comprises of two joint ventures, the Havieron and Juri, and two 100% owned licences (Scallywag and Rudall), collectively covering more than 450 square kilometres. As per the management, the Paterson region is underexplored with significant potential. The region has witnessed significant recent discoveries, including Rio Tinto’s Winu discovery and Greatland/Newcrest’s discovery in Havieron. 5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Exploration activities at Havieron are currently operated by Newcrest Mining Limited (ASX: NCM) under a joint venture agreement with Greatland. Greatland had very good results from two drilling programmes in 2018. In March 2019, Newcrest Mining Limited and Greatland signed a $65m four-stage farm-in agreement to develop Greatland’s Havieron gold-copper deposit. In November 2020, Newcrest met the stage 3 expenditure of $45m. They expect to progress to mining operation in the next two to three years.I believe the partnership with Newcrest Mining is a big positive for Greatland as it has the operation and financial support from a company that has a market capitalisation of about £12bn. Another advantage for the company is that the ore will be processed at Newcrest’s Telfer Gold Mine, which is 45 kilometres to the west of Havieron. The management believes that it’s a win-win situation for both the companies as it lowers upfront capital costs, reduces time to production, and potentially delivers a significantly higher net present value for the project.Greatland also signed a Juri joint venture with Newcrest in November 2020. It is a farm-in and joint venture agreement with respect to Greatland’s Black Hills and Paterson Range East projects. Drilling of high-priority targets, including Parlay and Goliath, is expected to commence in early 2021.Greatland Gold’s resultsThe company has no revenues at the moment. It reported a net loss of £5.1m compared to a net loss of £3.3m for the fiscal year 2019. Net loss per share was (£0.14) for the fiscal year 2020 compared to a net loss per share of (£0.10) for the previous year. It had cash of £6.0m as of 30 June 2020. Cash used in operating activities was £4.6m for the fiscal year 2020. Like in any other stock, there are some risks. Greatland Gold has yet to start mining operations and has no revenues. The company’s losses have increased in the fiscal year 2020. There is no assurance that the mineral resources can be extracted economically. The stock has performed well in the past few years and there could be profit booked in the near term, but nothing is certain. Another risk to consider is that commodity prices are highly cyclical and the future profits will depend on the commodity prices. The stock is currently in a downward trend since the beginning of this year. I will wait before deciding whether to buy Greatland Gold shares. 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On Saturday, David Crosby, founding member of Crosby, Stills & Nash and the Byrds, wrapped up his tour at Port Chester, NY’s Capitol Theatre with The Lighthouse Band, which features Snarky Puppy’s Michael League, Becca Stevens, and Michelle Willis. Following the release of their debut album together, Lighthouse, David Crosby & The Lighthouse Band released a second record, Here If You Listen, earlier this fall.David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band worked through many of the tracks off their new album, as well as Crosby’s “Regina”, and a handful of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young favorites, including “Guinnevere,” “Carry Me,” “Déjà Vu” and the encore closer, “Ohio”.You can watch pro-shot video of the entirety of David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band’s tour closer below:David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band – 12/8/2018 [Full-Show Pro-Shot Video][Video:Relix]Setlist: David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band | The Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 12/8/2018Set One: The Us Below, Things We Do For Love, 1974, Vagrants of Venice, Regina, Laughing, What Are Their Names, Other Half Rule, By the Light of Common DaySet Two: Glory, The City, Look in Their Eyes, Guinnevere, Janet, Carry Me, Déjà VuEncore: Woodstock, Ohio[H/T Jambands.com]
“Goal Line Stand” runs Thursdays. To comment on this article, visit dailytrojan.com or email Michael at [email protected] For a lot of college football fans, Wednesday was the beginning of a new season. Yes, signing day often signifies the start of greatness or the start of a downward trend for teams, whether they play in the SEC, the Big-10 or the Pac-12.Signing day has become a nationwide phenomenon. ESPNU started its coverage at 6 a.m. and went the entire day. Fans eagerly waited to hear which blue-chip recruits would attend their favorite universities, and the pundits projected which players will make their impact when they first step on the field.But such was not the case for USC. No, I do not expect much out of the highly regarded freshmen that will be arriving on campus in the coming months. Sure, there will be contributors, but I do not think there will be any game changers.That is not to say that these players lack talent; they certainly have a brilliant crop of players that look as if they will be stars sooner rather than later. The Trojans, however, have a serious problem.They have too much talent that has been on campus for at least a calendar year.They are returning 17 starters, among them junior quarterback Matt Barkley, sophomore receiver Robert Woods, cornerback Nickell Robey and freshman middle linebacker Lamar Dawson. The only area where the team lacks depth is in the receiver position, as Brice Butler and Kyle Prater have transferred, and Brandon Carswell will have graduated. But the Trojans still have last year’s top receiving prospect, George Farmer, waiting in the wings to emerge as the team’s third receiver.USC is set for most defensive positions, except for defensive tackle, where there is not a vast amount of experience returning. Linebacker and defensive end are deep positions, as is corner and safety. On offense, every offensive lineman but Matt Kalil returns, and the only other starter not returning is fullback Rhett Ellison.This is a team that has national championship aspirations because of the players that are proven commodities — not because of who they have coming in on the ESPNU 150 recruiting board. This edition of the Trojans will look similar to the 2011 edition; in fact, do not expect many changes among the stat leaders.Though a great recruiting class is always a positive, it will not have a major effect on this year’s team; it can’t. USC’s last few recruiting classes were too good.Players from this year’s class could very well become all-time Trojan greats; in fact, it wouldn’t surprise me. But the fact of the matter is USC has set playmakers all over the field. It’s a problem many coaches would love to have.The Trojans are a preseason top five-team because they are established. The same players who accounted for 50 points against UCLA are all back for the most part.That team that took out Oregon at Autzen Stadium? Yeah, most of them are back too.Signing day is incredibly important—don’t get me wrong. But for the 2012-2013 edition of the Trojans, it will not matter nearly as much as it will for other teams in the country. Teams like Alabama, LSU and Oregon will be breaking in starters at key positions, whether it’s quarterback, tailback or linebacker. USC, however, will not be one of the teams putting the pieces together with true freshmen. Instead, they will be relying on the savvy veterans that helped them get to 10-2 and a first-place finish in the Pac-12 South Division.Lane Kiffin’s third recruiting class will have its share of contributors somewhere down the line. But 2012 USC does not need to — and frankly can’t afford to — depend on true freshmen this coming season. No, the Trojan’s ascent to the top of the college football mountain will be due in large part to its sophomores, juniors and seniors.The Trojans do not have time to break in players; they are one of the top teams in the country because of who they return from last season.
Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings would miss one month of football after he suffered a back injury.The 24-year old has missed the last two games, victories over Brighton in both the English Premier League (EPL) and the Carabao Cup, with the injury and he has now been ruled out for one month.Speaking on the injury during his pre-match press conference, Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe said: “We thought it would be manageable with treatment, unfortunately he’ll be out for a period of time.”Tyrone Mings joined Bournemouth in 2015 and recently signed a new four-year deal with the club earlier this month. RelatedSC Bastia vs Lille OSCJune 30, 2017Similar postEA Guingamp vs Dijon FCOJune 30, 2017Similar postHarry Kane Ruled Out Till April With Ankle Ligaments InjuryMarch 14, 2018In “England”
BILL NEAL:10—Yes, of course we have big time news and photos for you from the 5th Annual City League Hall of Fame. All coming your way next week. But know this now. It was the fifth consecutive sellout, and if you’re reading this and weren’t there, you missed Super Bowl champion and Schenley grad Darnell Dinkins bring the 500-plus capacity crowd to their feet. And the pride that the Blue Steel from Perry brought to the room via their state championship football glory. More next week!:09—Of course I am wrong a lot…you gotta swing a lot to knock it out of the park. But I was real wrong about the Pitt football team. “You’re simply the best.” Hail to Pitt and congratulations to my cousin Denny Briggs, Pitt defensive captain.:08—“How bout them Pittsburgh Steelers!?!?!?” That’s all you need.:07—You all can keep talking that P.C. nonsense, but everybody out there that ever laced them up knows you would have taken the $14 million and whatever else and be playing ball right now. And you know I’m right!!!:06—I never thought that Tyler Perry would sell out, but he did. You would have to be somebody’s fool to think his latest pic, “Nobody’s Fool” is anything but trash. Unnecessary F-bombs, all that ghetto talk from 19-whatever, the constant foul language and a script that a 12 year-old could write. TP, you can do better, I know cause I’ve seen you better. And, by the way, Tiffany Haddish and all that ghetto-hood talk IS – NOT – FUNNY! Two basketballs!:05—The Penguins broke their five-game losing skid. That’s all I got. I don’t know what else I can tell ya. (You didn’t even know that much.):04—Oh, back to the big screen. Now, if you want to see a 4-basketball-rated movie, “The Hate You Give” is your ticket. Outstanding from start to finish. It’s a must-see. Trust me!:03—The early news is Pitt basketball is back. Too early to tell end results, but I can tell you out the gate, they’re much, much better than what we had the past two years. They’ve got attitude…I dare say they’ve got swag. Yes, they have good talent and very good “D.” But that swag covers a multitude of concerns. Pitt is now 3-0 to start the season, their next game is Nov. 15.:02—To that point, you can shout it loud and proud. The Dukes are back. 84-70 over William and Mary over the weekend, a good W&M team. But most importantly, the crowd is back on the Bluff.:01—We’re rolling. Every Thursday night it’s Champions Live Sports Talk Show, Live at the Savoy 6:30 – 7:30. Fun to be had, food and drinks, free parking, free admission and celebs. This week featuring the outstanding Imani Christian Academy football team in the house. Call 412-628-4856 for info.:00—GAME OVER. Like us at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Pittsburgh-Courier/143866755628836?ref=hlFollow @NewPghCourier on Twitter https://twitter.com/NewPghCourier
24 June 2014 Springbok Sevens coach Neil Powell has expressed his satisfaction with his squad following a successful defence by South Africa of the Roma Sevens tournament title in Rome, Italy over the weekend. They won the tournament in convincing fashion to retain the title they won as part of their 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens preparations last year.Commonwealth Games preparation This time around, they were using the tournament as part of their preparations for the Commonwealth Games in Scotland next month. Powell’s squad was made up of some fringe players, together with regulars on the HSBC Sevens World Series along, including senior playmaker Cecil Afrika, who is on the comeback trail from injury.‘He is on track’ “Cecil came through the tournament well and l am pleased that he is on track for the Commonwealth Games,” Powell said in a statement on Monday. “We managed his game time, as he last played in Hong Kong in March, but I took confidence from his performance. “The fringe players in the squad also showed up well. We had some decent opposition in the form of national teams, such as Italy, Brazil and Georgia, so it was a good test for our players.” Results The South Africans won all three pool matches on day one and kept on winning during the knock-out stages on day two. They won the final 42-5 against 7 SIRS, an international invitational team, after beating Switzers Rugby 29-0 in the quarterfinal and Midi Olympique Froggies 24-7 in the semifinal. “The idea was to test our depth, play against some quality teams, and try some new elements in our game. It all worked out fine,” Powell said. SAinfo reporter
A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts Tags:#Amazon#E-Books#news#web 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market frederic lardinois According to Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos, “millions of people now own Kindles.” Sadly, Amazon has always kept the exact number of Kindle sales under wraps. According to some analysts, consumers in the US bought roughly 3 million e-readers in 2009 and the majority of these were probably Kindles. Amazon also doesn’t release any data about how many e-books it sells. In a press release that accompanied the company’s Q4 earnings report, however, Amazon yesterday announced that it now sells six Kindle books for every 10 physical books when both editions are available.Given that Amazon doesn’t give give us exact numbers, we have to take the company’s word at face value. The idea that Amazon is getting close to selling just as many e-books as physical books when both editions are available still seems hard to believe however. Explaining These NumbersOne explanation for the phenomenon comes from Slate’s Marion Maneker. Maneker points out that books that are available on the Kindle tend to be bestsellers and Amazon’s strategy of pricing new releases at $9.99 means that Amazon is probably selling most of its Kindles to users who are also the heaviest consumers of these commercial titles. After all, even though Amazon already offers steep discounts on recent hardcover releases, the Kindle edition is always the cheapest option. Indeed, those publishers and authors who want make use of Amazon’s new 70% royalty option have no other choice but to sell their Kindle editions for at least 20% below the price of the physical book. If Kindle owners are also Amazon’s best customers and also the most likely to buy bestsellers, then these numbers make sense. What About Sony and Apple?Just like Amazon, Sony doesn’t release exact numbers of its e-reader sales, though in an interview with TechOn earlier today, Fujio Noguchi, the deputy president of Sony’s Digital Reading Business Division, notes that Sony’s e-reader sales in the US quadrupled on a year-over-year basis.Right now, of course, all eyes are on Apple’s new iPad, and even though it doesn’t feature an e-paper display, the iPad does have the opportunity to capture a large share of the e-reader market. According to Steve Jobs, Apple expects to sell e-books for the same price as Amazon, though it isn’t clear if he expects Amazon to raise its prices or if Apple plans to sell new releases at $9.99. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…
The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Tags:#Augmented Reality#mobile#web Related Posts You’re walking down the street. Your phone buzzes, a map or a screen overlay pops up and you’re shown a note left in that location by one of your friends – along with an ad for your favorite pizza. Walk into the pizza place and your phone buzzes again – your friends have something to say about the guy behind the counter. That might have sounded far-fetched a few years ago, but it doesn’t so much anymore, does it?18 months ago Yahoo! filed a sophisticated patent on VIRTUAL NOTES IN A REALITY OVERLAY and that patent was published last week. Check out the patent sketches below.The technology envisioned by the team of senior researchers who filed the application is reminiscent of now-available apps like Loopt, BlockChalk, Junaio and others. The whole vision of location, social and advertising features put together, however, may be quite unique. The patent also goes beyond location to include notes tied to mobile objects like cars and people. Update: This report at first mistakenly claimed that the patent in question had been granted. In fact it has merely been filed and published. The US Patent Office customarily publishes patents 18 months after they have been filed, then evaluates them as soon as it is able to afterwords. (Usually not very soon.) Given the pace of web technology these days, that process sounds absurd, but I apologize for reporting on it incorrectly anyway. Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Yahoo’s patent was filed in July of 2008, published after the customary 18 months last Thursday and first blogged about by upstart tech news site GoRumors this morning. The same team of inventors had another related patent application published at the end of last year on an augmented reality device that would discover audio, video and other information that’s pertinent to a user’s physical surroundings and display that information on a screen overlay.The technology described in this latest patent isn’t just location-based social networking, or Augmented Reality “air tagging” – it includes social graph analysis, permissioning, expiration dates, contextual advertising and more. It’s not just text notes, it includes methods of augmented reality with photos, videos and more. While the most popular mobile augmented reality apps on the market today focus on text on top of locations – there’s no reason why reality can’t be augmented in other ways as well.There’s no indication that the technology exists yet outside of the patent application and sketches below, but if Yahoo! could put together such an integrated vision of location-based features then it would have a very interesting service on its hands.This vision puts emphasis on limited visibility of public notes based on the social connections of people doing the reading and writing, on the use of the tool for communication between people more than for public graffiti, on notes tied to entities and not just to places and on advertising based on a reader’s past expressed interests. That sounds like the kind of thing Facebook might do with its inevitably forthcoming location services. Will anything come of this patent? It’s hard to say, since it’s Yahoo, where genius flowers but then too often gets left out in the cold to die. Just two months before this innovative patent was filed, were were heralding Yahoo’s brand new Location Database API as a would-be fountain of location-aware apps. Almost two years later, though geo is hotter than ever, it seems that nothing much has come of that effort. (Please, correct me if I’m wrong about that.) Six months ago we ran an article titled Yahoo! Launches Major Challenge to Facebook Connect. That doesn’t seem like such a hot topic anymore, either. We asked Yahoo! for comment this morning about this latest patent and haven’t been put in touch with anyone yet.None the less, these are some very interesting ideas. Someone is sure to build something like this very soon. Maybe it will be Yahoo.Watch this space for ReadWriteWeb’s next public event and future research reports on Augmented Reality and geolocation. marshall kirkpatrick
4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App Tags:#gaming#Open Source#STEAM#SteamOS#TV#Valve#video games 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People… Related Posts Sony and Microsoft are betting big on their first console launches in seven and eight years, respectively. But it’s no longer just their show.Valve—the company behind Steam, the hit digital-games distribution service—has a wrench to toss into the living-room works. The company has just announced SteamOS, a wide-open operating system that helps PC games make the hop to the TV. Breaking Down BarriersGamers have been watching Steam for a while now in anticipation of the fabled Steam Box, a Valve-built console that’s still in the works. Before the hardware hits, though, we’re getting software: SteamOS, built with Linux, will extend Valve’s distribution service to the living room. Prior to the rise of Steam, PC gaming was idling in a dark age, largely in the hands of Microsoft. Steam is fiercely loved among its users for offering gamers an operating-system agnostic platform to connect with other gamers and manage a collection of games which are synced to Steam’s servers.Here’s what Steam wrote:As we’ve been working on bringing Steam to the living room, we’ve come to the conclusion that the environment best suited to delivering value to customers is an operating system built around Steam itself. taylor hatmaker SteamOS combines the rock-solid architecture of Linux with a gaming experience built for the big screen. It will be available soon as a free stand-alone operating system for living room machines.Between SteamOS and the Ouya, an Android-based gaming console, the living room is more open than ever. Consumers have an infinite array of combinations for living room entertainment, and Valve will be getting involved in the hardware game soon too. SteamOS offers what it calls “in-home streaming” that lets users stream Steam games from a Windows or Mac machine to a system running SteamOS.See also: Ouya Is A Tiny Box Open To Many Game PossibilitiesThe remaining question: What system will run SteamOS? Presumably the Steam Box, which Valve may announce as soon as this week—though recent layoffs have caused some to call the project into question. (Valve head Gabe Newell’s dismisses that possibility.)Steam also says it’s working on bringing video and music to SteamOS boxes, though nothing’s been confirmed yet.Whether Valve makes the box that runs SteamOS or third-party manufacturers pick it up, the entry of Steam has made the console market more interesting.The Contenders, ComparedSteamOS: No hardware yet, free software that works with any Steam-compatible PCBuilt on Linux and other open-source softwareStreams gameplay from a Windows or Mac PC to the TVLibrary of over 2,000 games, both major and indie titles (Dota 2, Skyrim, Civilization V, to give a decent cross-section of the selection) Indie gamer and developer-friendly (Valve takes roughly a 30% cut)Games all digitally distributed (no discs)Enables mods and hacks not possible or more difficult on major consoles (like putting monocles on crabs in Skyrim—because why not?!)Free to join Steam, no subscription feesOuya:$99 online or through retail partners (Gamestop, Best Buy, etc.)Runs a modified version of Android, the mobile operating systemMod-friendly, easy-open hardware; all systems are built to work as developer’s kitsAll Ouya games must meet a “free to play” requirement (trial modes, free and premium tiers)Games all digitally distributed435 games available in the Ouya library—not impressive, but growingStreaming video and non-gaming apps can be side-loaded onto the Ouya, native apps not yet availableXbox One:Microsoft gaming console, will retail for $499 on November 22$60/year Xbox Live membership required for online play and multimedia like Netflix and Hulu PlusDigital game downloads available over the Xbox Live networkLaunch exclusives: Halo 5, Titanfall, Dead Rising 3, Ryse, Below and (many) morePlayStation 4:Sony’s gaming console, will retail for $399 on November 15$50/year PlayStation Plus subscription required for online gaming, but not for streaming media like Netflix and HuluDigital game downloads available over the PlayStation Plus networkLaunch exclusives: The Order: 1886; Infamous: Second Son; Knack and moreWhen it comes to flashy, big-name gaming titles, indie upstarts like the Ouya and Steam can’t compete—but that’s not really what they’re about, anyway. Once Steam’s living-room hardware gets up to speed, Valve’s gaming platform will likely remain complementary to the major consoles where big titles live. But for dedicated PC gamers looking for a fresh, big-screen experience, SteamOS might just open up a whole new world of gaming—once it finds a hardware home, that is. 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex…
One of Twitter’s challenges, revealed in today’s IPO filing, is its stalling growth: At 215 million users, the social network for broadcasting short bursts of information is still signing up new users, but nowhere near as torridly as it did in 2012.One of the smartest things it can do to boost those numbers could be going public.The LinkedIn EffectBesides swelling its coffers—according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Twitter is seeking to raise $1 billion—and making investors and employees wealthy, Twitter’s public offering will inevitably splash the service’s name across the headlines.If the IPO goes poorly, like Facebook’s, that could be a negative. But if the offering is well-received, like LinkedIn’s, the IPO could end up being a marketing event for the company. LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner often talks about the effect his company’s public offering had on the site. The net effect of being publicly traded, he points out, is that you’re taken more seriously by consumers, partners, and advertisers. LinkedIn has grown at a swift clip since its stock-market debut in May 2011, and now has more than 200 million members.While Twitter is well-known, it’s not well-used. Views of Twitter timelines, a measure of engagement with the service, actually stalled in the second quarter of this year in the United States. The buzz around an IPO could get people who previously tried the service and abandoned it to give it another shot—or get new users to sign up for it.Taking Twitter SeriouslyTwitter is no longer the joke of a business it was in its early days, with frequent site outages and turmoil in its top ranks. But its revenues—now about $500 million on an annual basis—are shadowed by the multiple billions of dollars a year that Facebook and Google, its larger rivals, pull in. It could afford to be taken more seriously, and trading as TWTR, with a valuation assigned by the stock market, not the hopes and dreams of venture capitalists, could give it more clout.It was inevitable that Twitter go public: It grew past the point where it was an easy acquisition for Google or Facebook years ago. But if Twitter’s executives play their cards right, the value it gets from being public could exceed the cash it raises from investors. The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Related Posts Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification owen thomas Tags:#IPO#Jeff Weiner#LinkedIn#LinkedIn IPO#twitter#Twitter IPO A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit