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Lincroft Little Leaguers in playoff action

first_imgLeft: Lincroft’s Andrew Wisialko connects with a Freehold Township pitch during a Little League District 19 playoff game at the Tinton Falls Little League Complex on July 10. Right: Lincroft’s starting pitcher Ryan Cotrell pitches to an opposing batter. PHOTOS BY ERIC SUCARlast_img

Blackwater nabs Belo, Ginebra picks Ferrer; 3 teams still undecided

first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. BREAKING: Solicitor General asks SC to forfeit ABS CBN’s franchise EDITORS’ PICK We are young MOST READ Team ‘Trabaho’ scores championship title at the last leg of Smart Siklab Saya Manila At the same time, a very reliable source told the Inquirer that three teams have yet to make up their minds, leaving Von Pessumal and two others on the table.Alaska, GlobalPort and TNT KaTropa are the teams yet to decide on their selections and would likely wait until the Draft proper.Blackwater has a great chance of rebuilding its franchise, with the Elite to have at least four of the 42 aspirants in practice today. Among them is Raphael Banal, whom they would want to see up close before deciding.A separate Blackwater source said team owner Dioceldo Sy was “ecstatic” after tabbing Belo, and is elated at the prospect of having the likes of Banal available in the Draft proper.Banal has the distinction of being the first Filipino to come from a local high school and enrolling straight in a US college to play collegiate ball, starring for Victor University for two years starting in 2012.ADVERTISEMENT PBA teams make Gilas selections; Belo goes to Blackwater Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town Smart hosts first 5G-powered esports exhibition match in PH Ginebra teammates show love for Slaughtercenter_img Brad Pitt wins his first acting Oscar as awards get underway Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan PLAY LIST 01:31Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan01:33WHO: ‘Global stocks of masks and respirators are now insufficient’01:01WHO: now 31,211 virus cases in China 102:02Vitamin C prevents but doesn’t cure diseases like coronavirus—medic03:07’HINDI PANG-SPORTS LANG!’03:03SILIP SA INTEL FUND The other Cadet pool members tapped during the marathon special meeting among team representatives will be bared this Sunday during the Draft proper at Robinsons Place in Manila.READ: PBA teams make Gilas selections; Belo goes to BlackwaterFEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra teammates show love for SlaughterSPORTSWe are youngSPORTSCone plans to speak with Slaughter, agentAOther members of the Gilas pool who were already selected will also be announced on Sunday and in the teams’ alphabetical order.The only thing that remained constant during the discussions was that Blackwater selected first. 30 Filipinos from Wuhan quarantined in Capas The 6-foot-2 point guard opted out of Ateneo after a great high school career and Philippine Youth Team participation together with Kiefer Ravena.Banal will be coming into the Draft as a potential star because of his point guard skills and great outside range.“Blackwater will definitely revolve around Belo,” the source told the Inquirer. “But at the same time, Mr. (Dioceldo) Sy is very happy that they have a chance to tap another potential franchise player, that’s why they want to see the prospects up close.” Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Mainland China virus cases exceed 40,000; deaths rise to 908 BREAKING: Solicitor General asks SC to forfeit ABS CBN’s franchise Mac Belo at the 2016 PBA Draft Combine. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netAfter exploring several options in how to tap members of the Gilas Cadet pool in the coming PBA Draft, the teams Thursday performed their special selection process with Blackwater grabbing gunslinger Mac Belo No. 1 overall.Phoenix Petroleum got Fil-American Matthew Wright and Barangay Ginebra, the new Governors’ Cup champion, snagged talented former Santo Tomas gunner Kevin Ferrer as team representatives practically did away with the natural picking order.ADVERTISEMENT View commentslast_img read more

Clinical Wales end Shujaa’s Cup run

first_img“Congratulations to Wales, they were the more clinical side but we gave our all at the Hong Kong Sevens,” Friday said after the loss that denied his side a second Main Cup bow following the Wellington 7s where they lost to England.After both teams struggled to impose themselves at the start, Wales worked the ball wide and space opened up in the Kenya defence. Williams needs no seecond invitation as he touched down and picked himself up to convert his try for the 7-0 lead.Kenya struggled to get much possession and a clever kick by Alex Webber meant that had to take the ball over the line before touching down.Webber threatened to stretch the lead but great defending by Kenya ensured he could not ground the ball and so Wales lead 7-0 at the break.“We can’t land on our backs. No silly 50:50s on the inside. Don’t get caught side on. Push them up the middle,” Friday implored his charges at the break.Soon after the re-start, quick thinking by Williams set Craig Price free to barge over to increase Wales’ lead to 14-0.Again, Kenya could not get the ball off a well-drilled Wales with Williams pulling the strings and their Main Cup semi woes were summed when they got a penalty near their own line, but Michael Wanjala knocked it tap on.With half a minute to go, Wales confirmed their place in the Cup final when youngster Sam Cross scored his first-ever HSBC Sevens try for the final 19-0 score.Earlier, Biko Adema slotted a last-second drop kick penalty to see off Portugal 15-12 in the Cup quarters. 0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000NAIROBI, Kenya, March 24- Kenya were denied a second Main Cup final appearance of the season at the Hong Kong 7s by a clinical Wales side who beat Mike Friday’s side 19-0 in the first semi on Sunday.Lee Williams who grounded the ball to open the scoring was the star of the Welsh side that made their first ever Hong Kong 7s Main Cup final by restraining Shujaa thought out the match.last_img read more

Equestrian facility at center of battle launched by environmental activists

first_imgCALABASAS – An equestrian center on six bucolic acres is at the center of a bitter dispute over whether the panel charged with protecting California’s coastline bent the rules and could be endangering public health. The California Coastal Commission recently agreed to allow Malibu Valley Farms Inc. to continue operating stables and riding arenas near a stream that drains into Malibu Lagoon, even though it didn’t get a permit before building the facilities about six years ago. Its decision prompted the Coastal Law Enforcement Action Network to accuse the commission of ignoring environmental laws intended to protect the coast from pollution, and to file suit to shut down the thoroughbred breeding facility. While Malibu Valley Farms did move some of its facilities farther from Stokes Canyon Creek – and agreed to other measures to mitigate potential problems with runoff – activists say it still violates regulations. Denial recommended The report urged that the permit be denied, along with any new development on 31 acres of environmentally sensitive habitat. “Development either is or would be inconsistent with the Coastal Act’s requirements to protect those … habitats,” it said. But Christopher Pederson, supervising staff counsel for the Coastal Commission, said the panel voted to let the facilities remain because members were satisfied that adequate protections had been provided for the stream. While Los Angeles County mandates a 100-foot setback, Pederson said there is no buffer specified in the Coastal Act and that the county’s land-use mandate would not be a legal standard for the equestrian facility. “I think it’s a case-by-case judgment call,” Pederson said. “Certainly, people should obtain permits before they construct development, but approval after the fact does not by itself relieve the developer of potential liability for initially constructing without a permit.” William Burke, one of seven commissioners to vote for the after-the-fact permit, said he was convinced the equestrian center had an adequate water-quality control system. `Well-reasoned’ Fred Gaines, attorney for Malibu Valley Farms, said he believes the Coastal Commission’s decision will be upheld by the Superior Court in San Francisco, where the suit was filed. “Their decision is well-reasoned and justified,” said Gaines, noting that cattle, sheep and horses have been bred in the area since the 1920s, a half-century before the Coastal Act became law. He said Malibu Valley Farms – a premier thoroughbred-breeding center – agreed to move operations, including corrals and stalls, 50 feet from the stream. But he said the farm would have been put out of business if it had been required to move them 100 feet, abutting a road. The company also has agreed to install a bio-swale – an indented area planted with vegetation intended to catch runoff – near the creek. Gaines said that after the facility was burned in a 1996 wildfire, the county granted permits to rebuild and the commission initially gave the company an exemption. That exemption was later revoked, touching off the protracted permit proceedings. But Mark Gold, president of coastal advocacy group Heal the Bay, called the commission’s decision one of its worst, noting that it went against its own staff report. “There was no finding to substantiate the commission’s decision,” Gold said. “It demonstrates it’s a political, not a legal, body.” Deanna Christensen, the planner who prepared the commission staff report, said staffers identified alternatives that would have protected the stream and nearby environment, including moving some equestrian operations or making them smaller. “They own property on the other side of the road,” Christensen said. “There are on- and off-site alternatives that would provide a 100-foot setback that would be in compliance.” A new staff report now is being completed in line with the commission’s decision. But in its suit, the Coastal Law Enforcement Action Network says the farm’s livestock fencing on about 23 acres of chaparral and woodland – and two stream crossings for horses – would “allow animal waste to degrade the water quality” of the creek. “The coastal commissioners violated the trust of the people in failing to apply the very strong protections afforded the coastal zone,” said David J. Weinsoff, one of the Bay Area attorneys to file the suit. Weinsoff said the Coastal Act and other land-use laws regulating development along waterways are intended to protect the health and safety of residents. “The crux of the problem is the failure of the commissioners to take a proactive (position) to regulate development in this area of California. We think it’s a violation of the public’s trust.” (818) 713-3731160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “We felt this was such an egregious violation of the public trust and the mandate the California Coastal Act has to protect natural resources in the coastal zone,” said Marcia Hanscom, the group’s managing director. “We do not believe the commission made findings of substantial evidence that backed up their decision, and we think we have a strong case to make in court that this was an illegal decision the commission made.” The Coastal Commission’s action caps an eight-year regulatory battle with the stable’s owners after the panel learned in late 1998 that the farm was operating stalls, corrals and two arenas without the required coastal development permit. The decision also came despite a report from the commission’s own staff that recommended denying the operation and noted that horse manure and other waste threatens water quality in the lagoon. “These types of pollutants are particularly significant here since Stokes Creek has been placed on the (state’s) list of impaired water bodies … in both 2002 and 2006, due to its high coliform count,” the staff report said. last_img

Whitney Canyon blaze quickly out

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe joys and headaches of holiday travel: John PhillipsSmoke from that fire, which until Thursday had largely skirted the Santa Clarita Valley, covered the sky, prompting a smoke advisory because of heavy particulate matter in the air, said Sam Atwood, a spokesman for the South Coast Air Quality Management District. The warning continues through today, and urges those with chronic respiratory, heart or lung ailments to avoid going outdoors. Afternoon high school sports events were canceled, including a Saugus High track meet and freshman and junior varsity football home games, said Pat Willett of the William S. Hart Union High School District. A decision was pending on evening varsity football games. More than 2,000 firefighters are fighting the Day Fire, which has threatened the towns of Piru, Fillmore, Santa Paula and Ojai to the south and Lockwood Valley, near Frazier Park, to the northeast. NEWHALL – Firefighters made quick work Thursday of a brush fire that broke out at the mouth of Whitney Canyon in Newhall, but the region was under a blanket of smoke all day from the much larger forest fire burning to the north. Flames charred about 10 acres at the trailhead into the scenic canyon, preserved as state parkland. The fire started about 10:15 a.m. just south of the dead end of San Fernando Road and was out in about an hour, Los Angeles County Fire Capt. Tom Robertson said. The fire appeared to have been ignited by a malfunction on an electric power pole. There were no injuries or damage, Robertson said. Meanwhile, the Day Fire in the Los Padres National Forest in eastern Ventura County continued for a 17th day. So far, it has burned more than 106,000 acres – some 167 square miles – and was about 35 percent contained, according to a report from the U.S. Forest Service. The National Weather Service issued a warning for the region Thursday, and said conditions could worsen with high winds forecast. A high-wind watch will be in effect tonight through Saturday evening, with gusts up to 50 mph expected. High temperatures will hover around 90. Firefighters made progress in recent days with cooler, moist air coming from the coast.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Loftus-Cheek: Why Europa League glory would taste better than Premier League success

first_imgRuben Loftus Cheek can technically call himself a Premier League title winner – but he’d rather not.The Chelsea midfielder, in fact, feels as though he’s still searching for the first major trophy of his career, despite collecting a Premier League winners’ medal in 2017.He made six appearances during Antonio Conte’s first season, which was just enough to qualify for a medal.Now, though, he’s finally having a real impact – and if Chelsea lift the Europa League, he’ll be a major part of the reason. LIVE ON talkSPORT no dice huge blow LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT tense shining REVEALED REPLY Loftus-Cheek gives Chelsea the lead on Thursday night talkSPORT is your home of live football! Here’s what’s coming up on talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2… Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Tranmere vs Forest Green (Friday, 7:45pm) – talkSPORT 2Aston Villa vs West Brom (Saturday, 12:30pm) – talkSPORTDerby vs Leeds United (Saturday, 5:15pm) – talkSPORTSunderland vs Portsmouth (Saturday, 7:30pm) – talkSPORT 2Doncaster vs Charlton (Sunday, 12:15pm) – talkSPORT 2Tottenham vs Everton (Sunday, 3pm) – talkSPORT 2Mansfield vs Newport (Sunday, 6pm) – talkSPORT 2 Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move The 23-year-old academy graduate helped send Chelsea through to the final with a well-taken goal during the 1-1 draw with Eintracht Frankfurt, which the Blues eventually won on penalties.It was his tenth goal of the season, his fourth in Europe – and he admits Europa League glory would be the highlight of his career so far.“I’ve won the Premier League, but it didn’t feel the same. I didn’t have a contribution to it,” he told talkSPORT. Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Getty gameday cracker ADVICE “This season, the Europa League is where I’ve had most of my game time.“So it would feel amazing to be a main player in the team – I’ve scored goals and got assists – to then lift the trophy.“I don’t know the feeling, I’ve never done it! It would be amazing.” Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Maurizio Sarri believes the Englishman can become one of the best midfielders in Europe, and now that he’s finally overcome persistent back problems, Loftus-Cheek plans to develop his talents.“I feel good physically for the first time in my career,” he added.“So I can go onto the pitch without any doubts popping into my head. I can play freely.“The more I play, the better I’ll get.” Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury 1 Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won last_img read more

Sammy and Tory’s legacy lives on with stunning €67,000 charity donation

first_imgIt was a night of tears, memories and much love.Before Christmas, the Johnston family held a fundraising night in honour of the late Sammy and Tory Johnston from Letterkenny in the Silver Tassie Hotel.And this week Helen Johnston and her extended family made presentations totalling an incredible €67,000. The three charities to benefit were CRY , Donegal Hospice and Oncology Patient Comfort Fund.With thanks to photographer Brian McDaid for the photos.Members of the Johnston Family including Helen and Amy at the presentations of fundraising to CRY, Donegal Hospice and Oncology Unit Comfort Fund in memory of Tory and Sammy Johnston. Photo Brian McDaid.Anne and James Johnston with Helen and Amy Johnston at the presentations of Fundraising to CRY The Donegal Hospice and Oncology Comfort Fund.Helen and Amy Johnston with Mickie and Joe Dorian at the presentations of cheques to CRY, The Donegal Hospice and the Oncology Unit Comfort Fund in memory of Tory and Sammy Johnston. Photo Brian McDaidHelen and Amy Johnston and friends at the presentations of cheques to CRY, The Donegal Hospice and the Oncology Unit Comfort Fund in memory of Tory and Sammy Johnston. Photo Brian McDaidHelen and Amy Johnston with family and friend and Hospice Staff at the presentations of cheques to CRY, The Donegal Hospice and the Oncology Unit Comfort Fund in memory of Tory and Sammy Johnston which raised over Û67,000 Photo Brian McDaidHelen and Amy Johnston and friends at the presentations of cheques to CRY, The Donegal Hospice and the Oncology Unit Comfort Fund in memory of Tory and Sammy Johnston. Photo Brian McDaidHelen and Amy Johnston present a cheque Û30,350.00 to the Donegal Hospice in memory of the Tory and Helen Johnston fund which was received by Lucy Mc Gettigan Manager, Grace Boyle Chairperson Jean Alcorn and Geraldine Casey at the presentation at the Donegal Hospice. Photo Brian McDaid.Tommy Fagan from the the CRY unit at Tallaght Hospital pictured receiving a cheque for Û31,000 from Helen and Amy Johnston in Memory off Tory and Sammy Johnston.Sammy and Tory’s legacy lives on with stunning €67,000 charity donation was last modified: February 6th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalfundraiserletterkennyMemorySammy JohnstonTorylast_img read more

Columbus beats Loyal to advance

first_imgBy Hub City Times staffThe Dons’ Kellen Heinzen and Loyal’s Quinn Brussow reach for a rebound during the March 1 match up at Columbus High School. Hub City Times staff photoMARSHFIELD – The Columbus Dons boys basketball team has advanced to the March 2 Division 5 regional championship game again this season, after defeating a familiar opponent in the March 1 semifinal round. The Dons knocked off the Loyal Greyhounds 64-36 at Columbus Catholic High School in Marshfield. The Dons were facing a team they beat twice during the regular season, both as members of the Eastern Cloverbelt Conference.“I thought we came out with a high intensity level against an opponent that we respect and are really familiar with due to them being in our conference,” Columbus Coach Joe Konieczny said afterward. “We did a pretty good job finding shooters. We did a poor job rebounding at times, but you have to give Loyal credit for that because they just play very hard, and we congratulate them on a great season. I’m very, very happy with the way we played and our effort, and being able to earn an opportunity to play for one more day.”Columbus was led by senior Jarred Mandel with 16 points. Seniors Ethan Meece and Noah Taylor each scored 14. Junior Kole Bogdonovich led Loyal with nine points. Senior Quinn Brussow added eight.Columbus has now won six straight games against Loyal, and has bounced the Greyhounds from the playoffs in two of the last three seasons.Columbus will now face the Edgar Wildcats in a Division 5 regional final March 2 at 7 p.m. at Columbus Catholic High School, Marshfield. The Wildcats are coming off a 64-46 win over Rosholt in a Division 5 regional semifinal played at Edgar High School.last_img read more

New UN body to focus on women

first_imgFormer Chilean President Michelle Bachelet is sworn in as executive director of UN Women by UN secretary- general Ban Ki-Moon. (Image: UN Woman) The creation of a new body, UN Women – or the UN Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women – was celebrated on 30 January 2011 at the 16th Summit of the African Union (AU) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Speaking about the new entity at the summit, UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon said: “There is progress here and there on the continent regarding women’s rights, but we must go much further to ensure greater gender equality in Africa. It is not just a matter of justice as the facts show indeed that gender equality is a factor of growth and social peace.”The entity should place emphasis on African women’s access to education, health and political responsibility, Ban added.Achieving gender equality was a key theme of the 2011 AU summit.“We need to empower African women who produce food, raise children and drive the economy. When women take their rightful place at the negotiating table, in parliament and in leadership positions across society, we can unleash Africa’s enormous potential. UN Women is here to help reach this goal,” said the secretary-general.Unveiling UN Women’s new logo at the summit, its executive director Michelle Bachelet said: “A vision of how much more is possible when men and women have equal rights and opportunities will drive UN Women. We will be bold and ambitious in our aspirations and we will also be practical in building an organisation that can make a lasting difference in women’s lives.”Bachelet was Chile’s first woman president, serving her term from 11 March 2006 to 11 March 2010. She prioritised women’s issues during her tenure and has been working with the UN Development Fund for Women (Unifem) since leaving office.Pushing gender equalityUN Women was created in July 2010 at a UN General Assembly session and became operational on 1 January 2011.It merges four previously distinct entities of the UN focusing on gender equality: Division for the Advancement of Women; International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women; Office of the Special Adviser on Gender Issues and Advancement of Women; and Unifem.UN Women will see to the development of women-friendly policies, and help member states implement and monitor them.Celebrating African leadersAt this year’s AU summit, President of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo took over the rotating presidency of the AU from Malawian President Bing wa Mutharika.The choice of Mbasogo has been criticised as taking the AU back to the days when dictators led the now-defunct Organisation of African Unity. Mbasogo has ruled Equatorial Guinea with an iron fist for more than 30 years after executing his predecessor.The UN secretary-general spoke about the unrest in Egypt and the political crisis in Côte d’Ivoire at the summit, but also commended the successful secession referendum in Sudan.French President Nicholas Sarkozy said that France would continue to support development on the African continent.President of South Africa Jacob Zuma also addressed delegates at the summit.“Today we also celebrate many outstanding leaders on the continent. We were inspired by Julius Nyerere, Kenneth Kaunda, Patrice Lumumba, Kwame Nkrumah, Haile Sellasie, Jomo Kenyatta, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Ahmed Ben Bella, Samora Machel, Agostinho Neto, Ahmed Sekou Toure, Amilcar Cabral, Abubakar Tafawa-Balewa, and many others.”“We continue to draw inspiration from their selflessness, commitment and dedication to this continent and its people,” added Zuma.last_img read more

Common Tag Brings Standards to Metadata

first_imgTags are expressed using RDFa, a standard format for defining data in HTML. Relevant code can be found in the Common Tag Quick Start Guide. Interested parties can learn more in the Yahoo! Common Tag group.According to a Q&A with partner company Zemanta, CTO, Andraz Tori, said the idea for Common Tags “started in informal discussion with Peter Mika from Yahoo! and research about what would be the easiest way to let publishers get more out of their content by semantically marking it up.” We’ve seen Common Tag as a vehicle to make Web content more discoverable, connected, and engaging.“We then learned on previous efforts and decided that we need a full-blown ecosystem from day one. Not just academic support, but web industry support. As you can see the idea was well received.”In terms of adoption, Tori stated, “This is the first time that this number of web companies have stepped together from day one to introduce a tagging standard. We tried to build on previous academic efforts. Over that we added business incentive to participate.” Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… jolie odell Let’s suppose you uploaded some pictures of a trip to New York City to an online account. Do you tag them “New York City,” “NYC,” “newyork,” or all of the above? How do you know your content will be correctly identified and related to other content on the web? And if you come across the tag “Tesla,” how do you know whether it refers to the scientist, the car company, or the band?Common Tag is a new tagging format that creates references to concretely defined concepts with their own metadata and URLs. With Common Tag, site owners can simply topic hubs, cross-promote content, and enrich pages with data, images, and widgets.Currently, companies involved include AdaptiveBlue, DERI (NUI Galway), Faviki, Freebase, Yahoo!, Zemanta, and Zigtag.According to the Common Tag website, “The Common Tag format was developed to address the current shortcomings of tagging and help everyone – including end users, publishers, and developers – get more out of Web content. With Common Tag, content is tagged with unique, well-defined concepts – everything about New York City is tagged with one concept for New York City and everything about jaguar the animal is tagged with one concept for jaguar the animal. Common Tag also provides access to useful metadata that defines each concept and describes how the concepts relate to one another. For example, metadata for the Barack Obama Common Tag indicates that he’s the President of the United States and that he’s married to Michelle Obama.”The project aims to help make content as discoverable and connected as could reasonably be assumed. The creators also hope to make content more engaging. When a web app can determine what a piece of content is actually about, the UX improves exponentially. The website gives the example of a developer creating an app that uses an article about the most recent Star Trek movie and lets users purchase tickets on the same page. The site reads, “Since both the publisher and ticket service use Common Tag, the application is able to easily make the connection without having to guess at what the content of the two services is about.” Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Tags:#Semantic Web#web 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more