An appeal has been launched to find a much-loved dog who is missing in the Mullaghduff area of northwest Donegal.Terry (pictured above) went missing on the morning of Sunday 17th March.He is a long-time family pet whose owners are anxious to see him come home safely. A reward of €100 is being offered if Terry is brought home safely. If you have any information please call 0830618825.Missing Dog: Terry Have you seen Terry? Family pet missing in the Rosses was last modified: March 20th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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)
Tottenham will table a bid for Fulham striker Bobby Zamora in January, the Evening Standard say.Zamora, who previously had an 18-month spell at White Hart Lane, is reportedly seen as the ideal back-up for Spurs forward Emmanuel Adebayor.It is also suggested that QPR want Roman Pavlyuchenko on loan from Spurs, who are keen to offload him on a permanent basis so are likely to sell him to Locomotiv Moscow.Metro claim Pavlyuchenko is also wanted by Spartak Moscow.Chelsea are willing to sell Fernando Torres for £20m during next month’s transfer window, the Daily Mail reports.The paper says that having considered sending Torres out on loan in order to rebuild his confidence, Chelsea are now prepared to offload him completely.Is Torres’ time at Chelsea almost up?He has scored only three Premier League goals since his £50m move from Liverpool in January.The Telegraph report that Chelsea and Manchester City are set to escape an FA probe into an alleged tunnel bust-up at Stamford Bridge on Monday.The Daily Express say a comment by Ashley Cole towards City boss Roberto Mancini sparked the row.Referring to City’s slump into the Europa League after being eliminated from the Champions League, it is claimed the Chelsea left-back said: “Thursday nights – Channel 5.”Meanwhile, the Daily Star say QPR boss Neil Warnock has launched a bid to sign Manchester City outcast Nigel De Jong on loan for the rest of the season.This page is updated throughout the day. Follow West London Sport on Twitter
Use a Case and Face Cards in the Same DirectionOne of the easiest and most-used techniques is to use a card case for all memory cards. Before arriving on set, put all of your cards face-up in a case. After shooting, simply put the card back in the case, this time face-down.This gives an instant look at your available memory. Not only do you know which cards you have used with a quick glance at the cards that are still face-up, you will know exactly how many gigs you have left.Put Gaff Tape the CardFor larger memory cards that don’t have locks on them, simply put a piece of gaff tape over the connection points after you have used it.Gaff tape is preferred because it won’t leave any residue on the card. It will easily come off, and the cards info sticker won’t be damaged.All four of these simple tricks are incredibly easy to do and will save you so many headaches. Be sure you implement some sort of management system and make sure everyone handling the cards knows the protocol.Also, be sure to use checksum verifcation when dumping your cards. Always make sure everything was copied properly. Don’t just drag and drop your footage. You can download DaVinci Resolve for free and use the clone tool to safely dump your footage. Managing your memory cards can help you avoid formatting and deleting any footage prematurely. Here are four simple ways to keep track of your memory cards.When working on a rushed shoot, it can become difficult to keep track of your footage. You need to know which cards have already been used and which memory cards need to be dumped/backed up. Keep track of your memory cards with these four easy tips.The first thing you need to do before arriving on set is to make sure all cards are formatted and ready to go. Make sure you format them for the right camera as well. For example, on smaller sets with DSLRs, SD cards and CF cards should be formatted for the camera. If you are using a mix of cameras, make sure you format the card again before shooting.Lock the CardIf this is an available option (usually on SD cards), you can easily lock the memory card after shooting. This is literally the easiest thing you can do — and yet many people never do.The lock is actually a mechanical switch that prevents you from overriding any footage. Remember to turn the lock off after you have dumped your footage. You will not be able to use the card until the lock switch is pushed back up.Mark the Plastic CaseIf you are using single clear card cases to manage your cards, mark the back side of the case with an X.Put the card in face up, and you can clearly read the size of the memory card. After you shoot, put the card back in face down so the X covers the face of the card. That will mark that the card has been used.
Liverpool boss Klopp: Home cheer for Leicester a shock!by Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp admits home fans celebrating Manchester City’s defeat to Leicester City took him by surprise.Klopp joked that he thought that the Anfield fans’ wild reactions to Leicester City’s goal against Manchester City were for his Liverpool side’s win over Newcastle United.He said, “No, I thought it was because of us! I’m really naive, I thought that is really nice, thank you very much!”Then now I heard after the game it was about another result!“Obviously nobody told our crowd that Tottenham won 5-0.”It is fine, atmosphere for Boxing Day, people coming from all over, around the world to watch, the atmosphere was really good and exceptional in that moment. But I thought it was because of us.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Tottenham legend Ardiles insists title push remains onby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveTottenham legend Ossie Ardiles insists a title push remains on.Tottenham are third in the Premier League table after five matches, just two points behind Manchester City but seven adrift of leaders Liverpool.”[It’s been] very positive. I believe that there are two teams to beat – Liverpool and Manchester City – but I think we are one of the teams that can beat them and we are going to try and fight with them all the way,” Ardiles told Sky Sports.”We have a very, very strong squad. That showed last season and in the Champions League as well. “We do have a very strong squad but we have to be a little bit better and I hope we will do it this year.”
Chideo, the first charity broadcast network, has partnered with GRAMMY-nominated recording artist Flo Rida to make dreams come true for his fans and for inner-city kids.Chideo, the charity network, and Flo Rida are teaming up to make dreams come trueAs a Chideo Celebrity Ambassador, Flo Rida will be creating exclusive content and one-of-a-kind experiences for the platform in order to raise awareness and funds for his charity, Big Dreams For Kids. Big Dreams for Kids and its signature program, the Florida Youth Football League, is committed to instilling honesty, loyalty, integrity, teamwork, discipline, sportsmanship, respect, leadership, trust and commitment in all participants.“Professional success is one thing, but life success is another,” Flo Rida said. “I started Big Dreams for Kids because I know first-hand that if you have a dream and stay positive, there’s no way you can lose.”The rapper continued: “Chideo gives me a place to connect with my fans, to share ideas and to give them a window into what it means to live my dream. And the best part is that together, we have a chance to make the world a better place for lots of deserving kids.”The charity network and Flo Rida are kicking off their partnership with three dream packages: • Get Flo Fit with Flo Rida: For $20,000, the donor and one guest will receive the opportunity to work out with Flo Rida. Travel and hotel included for a 1-night trip to Miami. • The Flo Rida VIP Dance Club Experience: For $30,000, the donor and one guest will receive the opportunity to attend a Sponsor-specified club with Flo Rida. Travel and hotel included for a 1-night trip to Miami, Florida. (Donor and guest must be 21 years of age or older.) • The Ultimate Flo Rida Insida Experience: For $50,000, the donor spends the day on set with Flo Rida and receives the opportunity to appear in his next music video. Travel and hotel included for a 2-night stay in Miami.Fans who aren’t able to purchase one of these “buy it now” packages can donate to the non-profit on Chideo for a chance to win the Ultimate Flo Rida Insida Experience, including the walk-on role in the rapper’s upcoming music video. Fans earn one entry for a $10 donation, with additional donations generating even more chances to win.In addition to multiple contest entries, donations of $25 or more will receive a digital thank you from Flo Rida; donations of $50 or more receive a poster and digital thank you; donations of $100 or more receive a t-shirt, poster and digital thank you; and donations of $250 or more receive a hat, t-shirt, poster and digital thank you; and donations of $500 or more receive a Flo Rida Flo Fit workout video. Those who donate $5,000 to Big Dreams for Kids will get to video chat live, one-to-one, with Flo Rida.The deadline to enter the Flo Rida “Insida” Fan Experience is 11:59 p.m. PST on March 2, 2015. For complete details (including free entry method) and to register for a chance to win, please visit Chideo.com or download the free Chideo app, available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch at www.appstore.com/chideo, and for Android devices here.For up-to-the-minute news and announcements from Chideo personalities, please follow Chideo on Facebook at Facebook.com/chideodotcom or on Twitter @chideo.