Moo place vos profils sur cartes de visiteDes cartes de visite façon Facebook? C’est désormais possible. Moo, un service d’impression de cartes d’affaires en ligne, s’est associé au réseau social pour proposer des cartes inspirées des profils. Ce service, accessible depuis Facebook et sur Moo, n’est cependant disponible que pour les utilisateurs qui sont passé sur Facebook Timeline. Le recto de la carte présentera la page de couverture d’un album, la photo de profil et les informations et coordonnées affichées. Sur le verso, la carte affichera une citation ainsi que l’URL du compte Facebook, le numéro de téléphone et l’adresse mail. Chacun peut éditer ses carte, cela devrait donc permettre aux quelques 800 millions d’utilisateurs de créer leurs cartes de visite personnalisées. Et pour les plus chanceux, les 200.000 premiers clients recevront gratuitement 50 cartes d’affaires, gracieusement offertes par Moo. Ensuite, pour une cinquantaine de cartes, l’usager devra débourser 15$ (12€). Mais grâce à l’option “Printfinity”, le prix restera identique, même si l’utilisateur souhaite utiliser une photo différente de l’album pour chaque photo. Pour pouvoir bénéficier de ce service via Facebook, rien de plus simple. L’usager n’a qu’à cliquer sur la carte placée à droite de ses coordonnées sur sa page d’informations personnelles. Le 9 janvier 2012 à 15:45 • Maxime Lambert
Since the announcement of Donald Trump as the USA’s new President-elect, tempers have flared as people debate about whether or not he is competent enough to take the reigns from Obama.In the midst of this world-wide Trump vs. everyone else division, Máire Bhreathnach shared this hilarious tweet that is sure to give you a giggle.Seriously chilled out drivers in Donegal today 😂 ‘Is teann gach madra ag a dhoras féin’ pic.twitter.com/KTYXoUSV7c— Máire Bhreathnach (@MBhreathnach) November 10, 2016 The Donegal presenter tweeted the image of this driving doggie with the caption; “Seriously chilled out drivers in Donegal today! ‘Is teann gach madra ag a dhoras féin’.”The Fast and Furryous?We’re sure this will cheer you up if you’re feeling a little melan-collie about global politics at the moment!Hilarious tweet captures picture of unusually hairy driver… was last modified: November 12th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:COLLIEDOGdog drivingFunnymaire bhreathnach
\R Le Castellet (France), Jun 24 (AFP) Renault stole a march on their Formula One rivals today when they gave a Saudi Arabian woman a chance to mark a special day by driving one of their cars ahead of today’s French Grand Prix.On the same day that women celebrated being allowed to drive on the roads of Saudi Arabia, Aseel Al-Hamad, the first female member of her national motorsport federation, took the wheel of the same car in which Kimi Raikkonen won the 2012 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.She was part of a Renault ‘passion parade’ hours ahead of the first French Grand Prix in a decade and the first to be held at the Le Castellet circuit for 28 years.Aseel, who is a member of the FIA Women in Motorsport Commission, is a keen driver and motor sport enthusiast who took part in a training day on June 5 at the circuit.”I have loved racing and motorsport from a very young age and to drive a Formula One car goes even beyond my dreams and what I thought was possible.”It is a genuine honour to drive in front of the crowds at the team’s home race in France.”I hope doing so on the day when women can drive on the roads in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia shows what you can do if you have the passion and the spirit to dream.” Aseel is responsible for creation of strategies to promote the education and training of women in motorsport in Saudi Arabia. (AFP) CPS CPSadvertisement
Defense analyst Paul Nisbet estimated that Raytheon could make $2 million to $3 million on each new radar system, not including initial engineering and design work. That would bring the value of the work at least into the mid-$100-million range. And that’s without the engineering. Raytheon recently began work to deliver eight upgraded radars for a different version of the aircraft, the F-15C model. That project, for the Air National Guard and Air Force, is funded by a $52.2million contract. Furthermore, Raytheon expects to upgrade the radar for nearly 300 other F-15C aircraft for the Air Force and Air National Guard, Henchey said. “It’s really a huge amount of business across the board, and we haven’t even talked about internationally,” said Henchey, who used to fly the aircraft for the Air Force. The F-15E, the two-seater version that specializes in air-to-ground attack, has been bought by various nations, most recently Singapore and South Korea, Henchey said. The new Raytheon radar to be installed in F-15E and C models is a variety of the radar the company makes for the Navy’s F/A-18 Super Hornet. “We are leveraging this technology and upgrading it constantly as it goes to both the Navy and Air Force war fighters,” Henchey said. Known as the active electronically scanned array, or AESA, the Raytheon radar is more powerful than the existing F-15 radars. In addition, the AESA has no moving parts, making it less prone to defects or needed maintenance than a traditional mechanical radar. In a statement, Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems President Jon Jones said the new radar would give the F-15E a “new operational level of simultaneous air-to-air and air-to-ground capabilities,” and maintain the aircraft as part of the Air Force fleet through 2035. firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Prime contractor Boeing Co. is still finalizing the details with the Air Force. But the value of the work to Raytheon could be hundreds of millions of dollars. The systems will be engineered and designed mostly in El Segundo and built in Texas and Mississippi, said Mike Henchey, director of strategy and business development for Raytheon’s Tactical Airborne Systems division in El Segundo. “It’s a big jump here because between the design and production, the high-tech force that works here in El Segundo will be working hard on the design and development phase through about 2015 and beyond,” Henchey said. “It won’t be a lot of additional jobs. It will just continue the need for this high-tech work force.” Development work in El Segundo will begin next year. Raytheon employs about 8,000 workers in El Segundo. EL SEGUNDO: The company could make hundreds of millions of dollars on system improvement for the Air Force. By Muhammed El-Hasan Staff Writer El Segundo-based Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems has been chosen to upgrade the radar systems for the Air Force’s 224 F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft, the company said Friday.