Padgett and guest curator Glenn Adamson of the Yale Center for British Art in New Haven, Conn., assembled 100 works from eight decades of American craft for the exhibition, sponsored by the Windgate Foundation. Thanks to the foundation’s recently announced gift to the museum of $17.5 million, visitors can look forward to an expanded collection of fine craft there and programming created by a dedicated craft curator. (Like Crystal Bridges’ founder Alice Walton, the largesse of Windgate was made possible by early business connections to Walmart, and its impact on arts education is felt statewide on college campuses and museums.).
Drums in “Born To Run” have a noticeable bop to them. “Bad Guy” by Billie Eilish features a prominent bass beat that keeps the song going, and the Buds Live present it strong with no crackling or other artifacts. And similar to the Buds+, you get some control over the playback mix with a companion app that allows you to create a custom EQ or pick from a number of presets..
That company is Augmedix, which develops software for doctors to quickly pull up electronic health records on Google Glass. The goal is to save physicians valuable time and allow them to focus more attention on the patient. It’s a novel idea with the potential to make doctors more productive at work, but when Shakil and his cofounder first went out to talk with investors, they had to spend much of their time just explaining what Glass is and why it’s not a gimmick..
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeEmergency services are being called out to Amazon’s warehouses and depots to deal with accidents and illnesses more than once every week.Police attended four of the online retail giant’s Scottish bases 155 times over the last three years.And ambulance crews responded to 79 emergency call outs in the last three years at Amazon’s warehouses in Dunfermline and Gourock.Last month, an undercover investigation by the Daily Record at one of Amazon’s depots revealed how some stressed delivery drivers were cutting corners to complete their day’s work. They feared exhaustion and speeding could lead to accidents.More than a quarter of the 155 police incidents related to road traffic offences.Amazon probe demanded after undercover reporter exposes delivery drivers shift nightmareOne driver who works from Amazon’s Eurocentral base in Lanarkshire said: “A lot of drivers drive like maniacs. It’s the pressure of the job.