Now that we’re in the New Year, John Mayer fans have been eagerly awaiting to hear news about The Search For Everything – Mayer’s new album. After releasing the lead single “Love On The Weekend” last month, Mayer promised more new music to come by the end of January, but didn’t reveal any further information… until now.A quick glance at Mayer’s Instagram page shows a 3×3 image depicting a potential album artwork. You can see a screenshot below.When you scroll through the images individually, which were uploaded around 4AM last night, the captions details Mayer’s plan for releasing the new album. He says that songs from The Search From Everything will be released four at a time, per month, and that the Wave One will begin on January 20th. The four songs to be released are: “Moving On And Getting Over”, “Changing”, “Love On The Weekend” and “You’re Gonna Live Forever In Me.”Check Out The New “Unicorn” Pedal Inspired By The Guitar Tone Of Jerry Garcia & John MayerMayer has also promised to tour both before and after Dead & Company‘s major summer tour, though no dates have been revealed for his solo agenda. We can’t wait!
How Alliant CU streamlined workflow with enterprise content management solution.Even though $8.3 billion/285,000-member Alliant Credit Union, Chicago, had an enterprise content management solution, the credit union was only using it in a limited fashion – scanning, storing and retrieving documents in just a few departments. Alliant CU realized it needed a more robust ECM solution that could easily extend across the entire enterprise. That solution also needed to include an easily configurable workflow solution robust enough to automate time-consuming, paper-based processes.“All accounts payable invoices were walked around the credit union to collect signatures,” says Heather Lally, VP/operations.That all changed with OnBase by Hyland.The SolutionIn late 2011, Alliant CU implemented OnBase to begin automatically capturing documents and information. Now, more than 95 percent of the credit union’s documentation is electronic.“But we wanted to do more than store document images,” says Lally.So Alliant CU utilized OnBase to stop printing documents and instead access them electronically from multiple systems. continue reading » 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
DEME Group’s DP3 offshore installation vessel Orion has left the COSCO Qidong shipyard in China to start the first series of sea trials.During the sea trials the vessel’s performance will be measured and her dual fuel engines will be tested to their maximum power, DEME said.The 216.5-metre Orion will have the capacity to accommodate a crew of up to 131 people and will be powered by a dual-fuel engine capable of burning liquefied natural gas (LNG).Featuring a Liebherr HLC 295000 crane with a lifting capacity of 5,000t, Orion will be deployed for the construction of the largest offshore wind farms, to service the oil and gas industry, and for the decommissioning of offshore installations. The loads can be lifted to a height of more than 170 metres, according to DEME.The delivery of the vessel is scheduled for the end of 2019.
ROBERT Nathalie 47.044 34.4612 47.045 Uganda’s team celebrates Lalam’s gold. Left is official Jacqueline Nakiddu and right, Chelangat. PHOTO VIA @william_blick Lalam ?? wins javelin gold at Commonwealth Youth Games in Bahamas Nassau, Bahamas | THE INDEPENDENT | Josephine Lalam Joyce on Saturday threw 51.89 metres to win Uganda her first medal of the 6th Commonwealth Youth Games – a gold in the javelin.Lalam,16, earlier pulled out of the discuss event to concentrate on the javelin, and the decision worked perfectly, as gold was secured with a throw of 51.89, with silver going to Bowyer Ellie Frances of Australia with a throw of 50.64m.It was however a dissapointing night for the other medal prospect Sarah Chelangat who finished 4th in the 3000m in a time of 9.31.65. The race was won by Emmaculate Chepkirui of Kenya, silver medalist at the same distance last week in the World Under 18 athletics championships in Nairobi where Chelangat came 5th.Chelangat had earlier finished 10th in the final of the girls 1500m at the Youth Games on Thursday.Uganda was represented at the Games by three teenagers – one boy and two girls. 34.3313 Athletics – Halimah Nakaayi 400m goldAthletics – Phillip Kipyeko bronze 3000mAthletics – Zac Kiprotich silver 2000m SCAthletics – Nancy Cheptegei 3000m silverAthletics – Nancy cheptgeri 2000m sc silver2008Pune, India – 1 Gold, 4 silverAthletics – Elvis Ukale silver 400mAthletics – Alex cherop silver 1500mAthletics – Moses Kibet gold 5000mAthletics – Dickson Huru silver 5000mAthletics – Doreen Chesang silver 3000mJAVELIN RESULT RANKBIBNAMERESULT1 37.0011 LALAM Josephine .. SAUNDERS Latia The 3000m race in Nairobi where Chelangat finsihed 5th. PHOTO IAAFGreat Commonwealth history for UgandaUganda has a rich history at the youth level, especially in athletics where the Commonwealth Youth Games have introduced the likes of Halimah Nakaayi to the big stage. The games were first held in Edinburgh in 2000 with Uganda getting onto the medal scene in a big way in Pune, India in 2008.Commonwealth medals for Uganda2015Apia Samoa – Two Silver, two bronze.Athletics – Peruth Chemutai silver in girls 1500m and 3000mAthletics – Janat Chamutso bronze in girls 1500m and 3000m2011Isle of Man – 1 gold, 3 silver and 1 bronze BOWYER Ellie Fra.. 22.3514 41.148 MOULE Bethany El.. 43.277 37.5210 HAYDE Arianna Me.. MATON Nur Ayna N.. 44.736 51.892 ROBERTS Alexandr.. 39.559 50.643 GEORGIOU Loukia SIOSIKEFU Haven .. HOWE Emma NEELAKANDAN Hema.. WALTERS Taylor In Bahamas, Chelangat and Lalam Joyce were joined by swimmer Atuhaire Ogola Ambala, 16 , who featured in the boys 200m freestyle and breastroke plus the 400m Individual medley races where he did not get out of the preliminaries.Uganda has a rich history in the Commonwealth Youth Games, having won 14 medals in track and field athletics at the last three games in Samoa in 2015, Isle of Man in 2011 and in Pune India in 2008.More than 1,000 young athletes are taking part in the sixth edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games that started on July 18 and ends today, July 23.Atuhaire Ogola Ambala carrying the national flag at the Commonwealth Youth Games opening ceremony in Bahamas Tuesday nightThe participants, aged between 14 and 18, represented each of the 52 Commonwealth countries (or 70 participating national teams) and will compete in nine sports events over the course of six days.The 2017 Games featured three new sports, beach soccer, judo and beach volleyball whilst dropping archery, lawn bowls, weightlifting, and squash. Cycling will also make a return during these games.UOC and Athletics official Godfrey Nuwagaba and UOC’s Jacqueline Nakiddu are leading the Ugandan team. EDWARDS Maxine 19.14Share on: WhatsApp