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“my boss lied to my coworker about his firing, insecurity and graduate degrees, and more” plus 3 more Ask a Manager

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“my boss lied to my coworker about his firing, insecurity and graduate degrees, and more” plus 3 more Ask a Manager

“my boss lied to my coworker about his firing, insecurity and graduate degrees, and more” plus 3 more Ask a Manager


my boss lied to my coworker about his firing, insecurity and graduate degrees, and more

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 09:03 PM PDT

It's five answers to five questions. Here we go…

1. My coworker is being let go for not doing his work — but that’s not what our boss told him

I have a coworker, Fergus, who is being let go because he doesn’t do his job. For example, there was a big project for his client and he slept through calls about it, didn’t do a big task that would usually be his responsibility, and took over a month to complete what he did do (should have taken two days). There have also been days where he doesn’t do his share of our team’s work, or simply doesn’t show up to work without telling our boss. He’s disorganized, unreliable, and–on top of that–comes across as rude in communications with people who are just trying to find out if he’s going to do the work he owes them.

Our boss was clearly going to let it slide because of his past friendship with Fergus, but another manager (who oversees his client) got wind of what was happening and created a paper trail to remove him from the client project, paving the way for his termination. But instead of telling Fergus he’s being fired for reasons related to his work, our boss told him it’s because the client has run out of budget.

Now that Fergus has been told he’s being let go, he’s been confiding in me about his anger over it. It bothers me because I’m the one who covered for him when he dropped the ball on his projects, and he is far from a victim here. I also don’t think our boss is doing Fergus any favors by telling him this isn’t about his work, when it clearly is. I don’t think it’s my place to say something to Fergus about the real reason behind his termination, but I also don’t want to be a sounding board for him when I know he’s being let go for cause. His unreliability made my job significantly more stressful for weeks, and I think our boss should tell him the truth. Is there anything I can do here? Or just wait out the remaining time on Fergus’s contract?

That's terrible management on your boss's part, but you can't really overrule him in deciding what someone is told about the reason for their termination. So yeah, that probably does mean you're just stuck waiting for Fergus's time there to end.

That said, you're not stuck having to hear how aggrieved he feels either. If you're inclined, the next time he starts complaining to you about being let go, you could say, "You know, you slept through calls about the X project, didn't do Y, and have been hostile to people who checked up on work you owed them. I don't want to get into a back and forth with you about this, but I'm not a great audience for what you’re saying now, because I see it differently."

If that's more than you want to get into, you could also just say, "Hmmm, I don't see it that way so I'm not the right person to talk to about this." And if he pushes to know what you mean: "It’s not something I want to get into. I'd just prefer not to discuss it."

2. I don't want my new hire to feel weird about being the only person without a graduate degree

I am a relatively new supervisor of seven people with a new hire starting under my purview this week. At my company and in my industry, graduate degrees are the norm. But the company recently changed the definitions for the levels at which people are hired, and opened the door to hire college graduates. My new employee just graduated college with a B.S. and is literally the only person in my entire department (50+ people) who doesn’t have a graduate degree.

I would like to reassure her that she’s capable of doing the work so she doesn’t feel awkward or uncomfortable for not having the graduate degree, but I don’t know how to approach the subject. It’s entirely possible that she doesn’t realize the situation, so if I were to preemptively bring it up, it might actually cause the awkwardness that I’m hoping to calm. But if I don’t bring it up and she is aware of it, I don’t think she would bring it up on her own and would just possibly sit there questioning herself and her skills. Any advice? If it matters, it was my boss (the department head) who hired her — I wasn’t involved in her interview, but I have no qualms about her hiring.

If you bring it up unbidden, you're more likely to make her feel awkward than reassured — the subtext will be that it could be an issue, and that you think maybe she should think it's an issue, but don't worry, it's not an issue. It’s not very reassuring, especially since you’re not the person who actually hired her.

And she might not feel any particular insecurity about it! She might simply assume that she got hired so she must be seen as qualified (which would be reasonable!). She might think graduate degrees are overrated. She might have no particular opinion about it at all, but would feel weird that you assumed she did. Or sure, she might feel weird about it — but wait until you see signs of that.

In general, assume that a new hire isn't questioning themselves or their capabilities unless they show actual evidence that they are — and even then, you'd want to speak directly to what you're seeing/what they're saying rather than assuming you know where it's coming from. After all, if she does start feeling insecure, it might be about something completely different than her lack of a graduate degree (it could be about a project she messed up, or something rude Bob said to her, or so forth), so you don't want to assume.

3. My ex-employer insists I owe them money, withheld my paycheck, and won't stop contacting me

I involuntarily separated from my employer several weeks ago for one incident of tardiness due to unforseen circumstances. Before we parted ways, I had a great relationship with my immediate supervisor and the business owner, who frequently praised my performance. Or so I thought. The day I was let go, I was subjected to a torrent of verbal abuse from the business owner. It came without warning, and by phone while I was in public.

A few days later, I was informed by HR that they were confiscating my final paycheck, claiming I owe them for business expenses. These expenses they’ve come up with are in excess of the checks amount, so they’ve asked me to write THEM a check for the remaining balance. I never agreed to these deductions, which are for professional development and travel – not for pay advances, nor unreturned/damaged equipment. So of course, I refused to pay them anything, and filed a wage claim with the state.

While I’ve been waiting for a claims officer to settle the matter, HR has continued to email me asking me for money. At one point, they claimed they called the wage complaint office and that there isn’t any action against then on file. I told HR to check again and to stop contacting me directly… but they haven’t. Just yesterday they sent me a “revised” wages owed document – two MONTHS after I left.

In addiction to refusing to pay me for hours worked, they appealed my unemployment claim. To prove their case, my former team under the direction of the business owner assembled a 25-page packet of “evidence” (benign internal emails) that I was a negligent employee who tries to “game the system.” I had to quietly listen to their lies for nearly an hour in front of a hearing officer. My case is still pending.

I am stunned by their vindictive behavior, and even more stunned that they seem to enjoy it, almost like it’s a team building activity. Them vs me. Though it hurts, I’m glad I got to see who they really are and even happier I got a quick exit. I don’t want an apology. Despite what they now say about me, I know my worth as an employee and a person. What I do want, is payment for the hours I already worked, and to be left alone. Any advice?

That’s horrible! Any chance you’d be able to afford a lawyer for just an hour or two, to write them a cease and desist letter and otherwise advise them to stop contacting you? Hopefully the state will take care of the wage claim, but the lawyer might be helpful in getting them to stop contacting you, and might be helpful on the rest of it too.

If that's not in the cards, there might be some relief in setting any emails from their domain to go to a hidden folder in your email that you check, say, once a month — which would give you some control over when you need to deal with them, rather than them just popping up and ruining your day at random. (You could even just not check it, but it sounds like it might be useful to know if they're making any other bizarre claims.)

4. Negotiating for more money when you get a promotion

I emailed you last month thanking you for your advice and your column, because I had just gotten a final interview for an internal position in my company. I’m super excited, because I just got my formal offer letter this morning and I’m definitely going to accept!

I wanted your advice, though, because I’ve read your articles on salary negotiation, and wondered if the rules were any different for internal positions. This position is a title and department jump for me, and I’d like to ask for $1,000 more than the offer. From my research, I know our company pays well at the lower end of the average for similar positions, because we’re 1) relatively smaller and 2) in a niche industry, and 3) we have certain perks like flexible vacation and casual dress. Am I out of line to respond to the offer letter accepting, but asking for the $1,000 extra? I’m nervous because the hiring manager is someone I work closely with, and I don’t want to seem rude. Also, I’m fairly certain that there’s an awareness that even this offer is significantly more than I’m making now, and I don’t want to seem greedy.

Don't accept the offer and ask for more money at the same time; that's giving away all your negotiating power because you're telling them you'll accept the offer regardless. Even if that's true, you don't want to announce that. Instead, say, "I'm really excited about the new role. Would you be able to go up to $X on salary?" Negotiating salary doesn't look greedy! If you ask for something wildly unrealistic, then you look … wildly unrealistic, but "greedy" still isn't the word that would come to mind, at least in healthy organizations.

If they say no, then at that point you can say, "Well, I appreciate you considering it! I'd like to accept regardless.”

5. Should I relocate with my company?

I just learned this morning that my company will be relocating its main regional office in 9 months, to a city 1,500 miles away from my current location. I’m relatively fortunate to be in a position where I could look at relocating with it – no kids, no home ownership, no family in my current city, no deep objection to living in the new city, a job that will still exist (though likely in a somewhat changed form) after the move. What are the things I need to be taking into account in advance of accepting or rejecting a relocation?

Most importantly, of course, do you want to live in the new city? What lifestyle changes might be involved? Can you visit before you decide? If you moved and then left your job in a year (voluntarily or involuntarily), would you regret having moved?

And do you like your job enough to warrant uprooting yourself and moving to a new city for it? What's the likelihood you could find a job you like enough (and that pays enough) in the city where you are?

If you do move, how long do you see yourself staying in your current job or with your current company? If you're going to move on in the next few years and wouldn't otherwise be that interested in the new city, it likely doesn't make sense to move.

Overall, would it improve your life? Or just keep you from having to do a job search right now? The latter on its own isn't a strong enough reason to move.

Other things to look into: the cost of living in the new city compared to your current one (especially for housing), and whether the company will pay any kind of relocation bonus or help with moving expenses.

my boss lied to my coworker about his firing, insecurity and graduate degrees, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

personalized rejection letters are crushing my spirit

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 10:59 AM PDT

A reader writes:

I recently graduated from college and am trying to find that first full-time job in an increasingly shrinking industry: book publishing.

I’ve volunteered at small presses, had three six-month long internships, and have a great network of publishing professionals. If I send out my resume, I’m getting responses and doing really good interviews but find myself repeatedly getting rejections.

What hurts more than not getting the job is what these rejections say: “you have so much to offer the industry, I hope you get your foot in the door" and “it’s rare we meet someone with your passion, but at this time we can’t offer you the position.” One of my rejections even said that they were too small a company and that my talent would be better served at a larger press.

It’s hard hearing over and over what a great candidate you are but never getting the job. I understand their perspective and trying to be kind but in truth, it’s crushing my spirit. Is it better for companies to just send out form rejections?

And how do I keep my head up for the rest of my job search?

People who get form letter rejections complain that they're getting form letters, and why can't employers take the time to write personalized notes that explain the reason for the rejection?

Employers really can't win when it comes to rejections. No matter what they do, some people aren't going to like it. That makes sense — it's a rejection, so it's inherently unpleasant to receive.

It sounds like it stings to read that hiring managers liked you but still aren't hiring you. But they're saying that they think you have potential, and that's promising. (Although it's also possible that these are form letters to some extent. Some people write really lovely notes to people who interview with them, and if they're not giving you more specific feedback than what you quoted here, it's possible that some of these are still boilerplate to some extent or another.)

But as with all rejections, don't read too much into them. Job seekers tend to read way too much into rejections, good and bad, when employers are usually just trying to let people down kindly and don't intend for their words to be parsed as much as often happens. If it's easier for you to deal with rejections if you decide none of them mean anything more than "this is to notify you that you didn't get the job," then reframe them all as that in your head.

(The one exception to that might be the note about your talent being better served at a larger press. There might be a message there that's worth paying attention to, if they're saying you wouldn't thrive in a smaller organization — which might mean they thought you wouldn't do well in a role where you had to wear a lot of hats or didn't have more resources. Although you've volunteered at smaller presses, so who knows.)

But also … publishing is just an incredibly competitive industry. That means that when you're just starting out, you're going to get rejections. Lots of them. It's very unlikely that you're going to end up in a job in that field without wading through a lot of rejections first — so ideally you'd see this as completely normal and unavoidable topography on the road to your destination. (Obviously there are limits to that — times when it does make sense to question if it's the right path for you — but it sounds like you're still in your first year post-college, so I don't think you're near that territory yet.)

personalized rejection letters are crushing my spirit was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

I have no motivation to do my job

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 09:29 AM PDT

A reader writes:

I am absolutely done with my current job. I've been here for just over six years now and, honestly, I probably stayed here longer than I should have (I was starting to get bored around two years ago). However, my coworkers are lovely, my boss is super supportive, the benefits are amazing (I will have 35 days of PTO this year plus sick time on top of that!) and the health insurance is fantastic. I just hate my actual job.

I didn't always hate it, but I've grown to realize I really don't want to do this type of work anymore. I stayed for so long because I kept getting promotions and new projects. But now I'm SO bored. I don't care about anything. I have ZERO motivation to do anything. I seriously spend most of my days online shopping, reading blogs, reading the news, etc. I do the bare minimum to get by without someone actually noticing I'm not working like 50% of the time. I'm not doing any work towards any of my goals this year because I can't find the motivation! Every day I come in and say to myself, "I'll start this project today." And here I am … emailing you instead!

I'm mortified by how far behind I am in some of my project goals, and I'm terrified my boss is going to check in about them soon. Nearly 75% of my emails I open and just go "I don't care" and go do something else.

I'm actively applying for jobs, but that could take months. I'm barely getting by each day and ignoring my entire email inbox until 4:30 and then frantically responding to everything before I leave for the day.

The thing is, I'm not like this! I've always been a really motivated worker. I got my work done. I used to be horrified when coworkers would say they spent most of their day watching YouTube videos. When I finished what I needed to do that day, I'd always move on to the next project or find something to keep me busy.

I'm just burnt out/stuck/bored out of my mind and I need a bit of help or inspiration getting myself through until I can find a new job. I'm also afraid these awful work habits will follow me! How do I keep my act together and find motivation to work? How do I make sure to start my next job off on the right foot? I don't want to leave this current job completely ruining the good reputation I've built here for the past six years.

You can read my answer to this letter at New York Magazine today. Head over there to read it.

I have no motivation to do my job was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

my employee is overly budget-conscious and freaks out when we spend money

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 07:59 AM PDT

A reader writes:

I have a low-level employee who has always volunteered in nonprofits and worked in academia, and I’d love some tips on helping him change his budget awareness. He is very used to saving every penny of the organization’s money, at the expense of significant amounts of time, which makes sense if the money is scarce and the time is volunteered, but makes absolutely no sense if the money is adequate and the time is paid for.

I’ve explained sticker price vs time costs (multiple times, in multiple ways with multiple examples), and yet any amount of money over about $50 basically sends him into an anxiety spiral where nothing I say makes an impact. I’m willing to shut it down the next time he opens this discussion, since it’s been explained from every angle and isn’t making a difference, but I do need him to be capable of watching the company spend money on (for example) office supplies, IT infrastructure, furniture, advertising, etc. without getting somewhat panicked and suggesting high-effort, high-salary-cost ways of saving minor amounts of money. (For what it’s worth: he doesn’t come from a poor family, so the money anxiety seems to be entirely work-related. He also talks about having anxiety but refuses to seek treatment.)

Is there a framing for this that might sink in, given the work background? I’d rather encourage understanding than just shut it down, but at this point I’ve done what I can think of and I’ll shut it down and lock it up if I have to.

I wrote back and asked, "When you talked to him about it, did you explicitly tell him he needs to stop, or was it more trying to explain why it’s unnecessary? And how directly involved with money/purchasing is his job?” The reply:

About 15% of his job involves either researching options/solutions to issues we are having (for example: find me an email system that can do the following four things, or find me companies that sell this specific thing and book me demos), or interfacing with external suppliers (and therefore seeing the invoices go by). The rest of his job is not directly related to money at all.

I have discussed with him both why specific expenses are necessary AND that this pattern is untenable, which he agrees on when it’s not actively something he’s preoccupied about. But then as soon as something new pops up, he says he’s anxious for a specific new reason, and the spiral starts again.

He agrees when I say something like, "The company finances are being handled. Spending more time to save money is not efficient or lucrative, and company expenses are both planned and approved, and I need you to understand that and manage your feeling about the expenses. I can’t have this discussion every time we buy something. It’s a problem."

But the second something pops up, he genuinely thinks we don’t understand that there are cheaper options, and even when pointed to the original discussion, doesn’t relate it to his behavior — he basically flips it from “I’m doing The Thing About Money” to “my boss is not listening to me and is going to drive the company into the ground, ANXIETY!" — and and I’m like … dude. It’s a replacement office chair. It’s a MID-RANGE OFFICE CHAIR, not even a fancy one! — complete disconnect, even when pointed out.

And then thing is that when he’s not actively anxious, he’s good at his job. But the spirals are killing it.

At this point, barring moving him to a role where there is no knowledge of finance involved at all, I’m at my wits end.

Well, you've done the right thing: You've told him this is a pattern, it's untenable, and it needs to stop. Often in these situations, when I ask a manager how direct they've been about a problem, it turns out they haven't been that direct. They've said "you really don't need to do X" or "it would be great if you could try doing Y," but they haven't directly said "X is a serious problem and I need you to stop doing X." But you've said that, so we can check that off the list.

Since you've done that and it's still happening, it's time to talk with him again and this time escalate the seriousness. Your message this time should be: "We've talked about this previously, but it's still happening. It's disruptive and it's getting in the way of you being able to perform your job effectively. It's become a serious issue, to the point that I'm having to think about whether we can keep you in this role or not. So I want to make sure you’re absolutely clear about the behaviors that cannot continue. You cannot (fill in specific behaviors here). Can you agree to that going forward?”

You might also say, "You've mentioned that you struggle with anxiety. If you need time off for appointments for treatment, I can work with you to ensure you get that time." If your company has an EAP, mention it here. (Also, because he's mentioned anxiety, it's possible that the Americans with Disabilities Act could be in play, so you should talk with your HR people before you have this conversation to make sure you're navigating this legally.)

But from there … if he has untreated, clinical anxiety, there probably isn’t any framing you can find that will solve this, because anxiety isn't rational. So yes, it’s very reasonable to focus on shutting it down rather than trying to reason or cajole him into seeing things differently. So that might mean saying things like:

* "As we've talked about, this isn't up for discussion. The company is going to purchase X and isn't going to do Y to spend less. We need to move on now."

* "Please order the chair I've marked. We're not going to discuss lower-cost options."

* "As you know, I'm not going to discuss this again. Is there anything else you need from me?”

… and so forth.

These sorts of comments would normally feel overly brusque, but in a situation like this one — where the problem has been discussed and it’s not improving — that’s okay. You could certainly give him a warning that you’re going to be doing that (“Since this is continuing to be disruptive, I want you to know that I’m going to have to shut it down when it happens and will need you to move on when I do”). But you’re on solid ground in simply shutting it down.

If that doesn’t mostly solve it, at that point you’d need to think about whether he can succeed in the job as it’s currently configured and, if not, whether there are ways to restructure his role without significant inconvenience to you or others. (If the ADA is in play, you’d need to look at whether he can do the “essential functions” of the job with or without reasonable accommodation. You’d want HR involved for that.)

my employee is overly budget-conscious and freaks out when we spend money was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

“my boss lied to my coworker about his firing, insecurity and graduate degrees, and more” plus 3 more Ask a Manager


my boss lied to my coworker about his firing, insecurity and graduate degrees, and more

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 09:03 PM PDT

It's five answers to five questions. Here we go…

1. My coworker is being let go for not doing his work — but that’s not what our boss told him

I have a coworker, Fergus, who is being let go because he doesn’t do his job. For example, there was a big project for his client and he slept through calls about it, didn’t do a big task that would usually be his responsibility, and took over a month to complete what he did do (should have taken two days). There have also been days where he doesn’t do his share of our team’s work, or simply doesn’t show up to work without telling our boss. He’s disorganized, unreliable, and–on top of that–comes across as rude in communications with people who are just trying to find out if he’s going to do the work he owes them.

Our boss was clearly going to let it slide because of his past friendship with Fergus, but another manager (who oversees his client) got wind of what was happening and created a paper trail to remove him from the client project, paving the way for his termination. But instead of telling Fergus he’s being fired for reasons related to his work, our boss told him it’s because the client has run out of budget.

Now that Fergus has been told he’s being let go, he’s been confiding in me about his anger over it. It bothers me because I’m the one who covered for him when he dropped the ball on his projects, and he is far from a victim here. I also don’t think our boss is doing Fergus any favors by telling him this isn’t about his work, when it clearly is. I don’t think it’s my place to say something to Fergus about the real reason behind his termination, but I also don’t want to be a sounding board for him when I know he’s being let go for cause. His unreliability made my job significantly more stressful for weeks, and I think our boss should tell him the truth. Is there anything I can do here? Or just wait out the remaining time on Fergus’s contract?

That's terrible management on your boss's part, but you can't really overrule him in deciding what someone is told about the reason for their termination. So yeah, that probably does mean you're just stuck waiting for Fergus's time there to end.

That said, you're not stuck having to hear how aggrieved he feels either. If you're inclined, the next time he starts complaining to you about being let go, you could say, "You know, you slept through calls about the X project, didn't do Y, and have been hostile to people who checked up on work you owed them. I don't want to get into a back and forth with you about this, but I'm not a great audience for what you’re saying now, because I see it differently."

If that's more than you want to get into, you could also just say, "Hmmm, I don't see it that way so I'm not the right person to talk to about this." And if he pushes to know what you mean: "It’s not something I want to get into. I'd just prefer not to discuss it."

2. I don't want my new hire to feel weird about being the only person without a graduate degree

I am a relatively new supervisor of seven people with a new hire starting under my purview this week. At my company and in my industry, graduate degrees are the norm. But the company recently changed the definitions for the levels at which people are hired, and opened the door to hire college graduates. My new employee just graduated college with a B.S. and is literally the only person in my entire department (50+ people) who doesn’t have a graduate degree.

I would like to reassure her that she’s capable of doing the work so she doesn’t feel awkward or uncomfortable for not having the graduate degree, but I don’t know how to approach the subject. It’s entirely possible that she doesn’t realize the situation, so if I were to preemptively bring it up, it might actually cause the awkwardness that I’m hoping to calm. But if I don’t bring it up and she is aware of it, I don’t think she would bring it up on her own and would just possibly sit there questioning herself and her skills. Any advice? If it matters, it was my boss (the department head) who hired her — I wasn’t involved in her interview, but I have no qualms about her hiring.

If you bring it up unbidden, you're more likely to make her feel awkward than reassured — the subtext will be that it could be an issue, and that you think maybe she should think it's an issue, but don't worry, it's not an issue. It’s not very reassuring, especially since you’re not the person who actually hired her.

And she might not feel any particular insecurity about it! She might simply assume that she got hired so she must be seen as qualified (which would be reasonable!). She might think graduate degrees are overrated. She might have no particular opinion about it at all, but would feel weird that you assumed she did. Or sure, she might feel weird about it — but wait until you see signs of that.

In general, assume that a new hire isn't questioning themselves or their capabilities unless they show actual evidence that they are — and even then, you'd want to speak directly to what you're seeing/what they're saying rather than assuming you know where it's coming from. After all, if she does start feeling insecure, it might be about something completely different than her lack of a graduate degree (it could be about a project she messed up, or something rude Bob said to her, or so forth), so you don't want to assume.

3. My ex-employer insists I owe them money, withheld my paycheck, and won't stop contacting me

I involuntarily separated from my employer several weeks ago for one incident of tardiness due to unforseen circumstances. Before we parted ways, I had a great relationship with my immediate supervisor and the business owner, who frequently praised my performance. Or so I thought. The day I was let go, I was subjected to a torrent of verbal abuse from the business owner. It came without warning, and by phone while I was in public.

A few days later, I was informed by HR that they were confiscating my final paycheck, claiming I owe them for business expenses. These expenses they’ve come up with are in excess of the checks amount, so they’ve asked me to write THEM a check for the remaining balance. I never agreed to these deductions, which are for professional development and travel – not for pay advances, nor unreturned/damaged equipment. So of course, I refused to pay them anything, and filed a wage claim with the state.

While I’ve been waiting for a claims officer to settle the matter, HR has continued to email me asking me for money. At one point, they claimed they called the wage complaint office and that there isn’t any action against then on file. I told HR to check again and to stop contacting me directly… but they haven’t. Just yesterday they sent me a “revised” wages owed document – two MONTHS after I left.

In addiction to refusing to pay me for hours worked, they appealed my unemployment claim. To prove their case, my former team under the direction of the business owner assembled a 25-page packet of “evidence” (benign internal emails) that I was a negligent employee who tries to “game the system.” I had to quietly listen to their lies for nearly an hour in front of a hearing officer. My case is still pending.

I am stunned by their vindictive behavior, and even more stunned that they seem to enjoy it, almost like it’s a team building activity. Them vs me. Though it hurts, I’m glad I got to see who they really are and even happier I got a quick exit. I don’t want an apology. Despite what they now say about me, I know my worth as an employee and a person. What I do want, is payment for the hours I already worked, and to be left alone. Any advice?

That’s horrible! Any chance you’d be able to afford a lawyer for just an hour or two, to write them a cease and desist letter and otherwise advise them to stop contacting you? Hopefully the state will take care of the wage claim, but the lawyer might be helpful in getting them to stop contacting you, and might be helpful on the rest of it too.

If that's not in the cards, there might be some relief in setting any emails from their domain to go to a hidden folder in your email that you check, say, once a month — which would give you some control over when you need to deal with them, rather than them just popping up and ruining your day at random. (You could even just not check it, but it sounds like it might be useful to know if they're making any other bizarre claims.)

4. Negotiating for more money when you get a promotion

I emailed you last month thanking you for your advice and your column, because I had just gotten a final interview for an internal position in my company. I’m super excited, because I just got my formal offer letter this morning and I’m definitely going to accept!

I wanted your advice, though, because I’ve read your articles on salary negotiation, and wondered if the rules were any different for internal positions. This position is a title and department jump for me, and I’d like to ask for $1,000 more than the offer. From my research, I know our company pays well at the lower end of the average for similar positions, because we’re 1) relatively smaller and 2) in a niche industry, and 3) we have certain perks like flexible vacation and casual dress. Am I out of line to respond to the offer letter accepting, but asking for the $1,000 extra? I’m nervous because the hiring manager is someone I work closely with, and I don’t want to seem rude. Also, I’m fairly certain that there’s an awareness that even this offer is significantly more than I’m making now, and I don’t want to seem greedy.

Don't accept the offer and ask for more money at the same time; that's giving away all your negotiating power because you're telling them you'll accept the offer regardless. Even if that's true, you don't want to announce that. Instead, say, "I'm really excited about the new role. Would you be able to go up to $X on salary?" Negotiating salary doesn't look greedy! If you ask for something wildly unrealistic, then you look … wildly unrealistic, but "greedy" still isn't the word that would come to mind, at least in healthy organizations.

If they say no, then at that point you can say, "Well, I appreciate you considering it! I'd like to accept regardless.”

5. Should I relocate with my company?

I just learned this morning that my company will be relocating its main regional office in 9 months, to a city 1,500 miles away from my current location. I’m relatively fortunate to be in a position where I could look at relocating with it – no kids, no home ownership, no family in my current city, no deep objection to living in the new city, a job that will still exist (though likely in a somewhat changed form) after the move. What are the things I need to be taking into account in advance of accepting or rejecting a relocation?

Most importantly, of course, do you want to live in the new city? What lifestyle changes might be involved? Can you visit before you decide? If you moved and then left your job in a year (voluntarily or involuntarily), would you regret having moved?

And do you like your job enough to warrant uprooting yourself and moving to a new city for it? What's the likelihood you could find a job you like enough (and that pays enough) in the city where you are?

If you do move, how long do you see yourself staying in your current job or with your current company? If you're going to move on in the next few years and wouldn't otherwise be that interested in the new city, it likely doesn't make sense to move.

Overall, would it improve your life? Or just keep you from having to do a job search right now? The latter on its own isn't a strong enough reason to move.

Other things to look into: the cost of living in the new city compared to your current one (especially for housing), and whether the company will pay any kind of relocation bonus or help with moving expenses.

my boss lied to my coworker about his firing, insecurity and graduate degrees, and more was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

personalized rejection letters are crushing my spirit

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 10:59 AM PDT

A reader writes:

I recently graduated from college and am trying to find that first full-time job in an increasingly shrinking industry: book publishing.

I’ve volunteered at small presses, had three six-month long internships, and have a great network of publishing professionals. If I send out my resume, I’m getting responses and doing really good interviews but find myself repeatedly getting rejections.

What hurts more than not getting the job is what these rejections say: “you have so much to offer the industry, I hope you get your foot in the door" and “it’s rare we meet someone with your passion, but at this time we can’t offer you the position.” One of my rejections even said that they were too small a company and that my talent would be better served at a larger press.

It’s hard hearing over and over what a great candidate you are but never getting the job. I understand their perspective and trying to be kind but in truth, it’s crushing my spirit. Is it better for companies to just send out form rejections?

And how do I keep my head up for the rest of my job search?

People who get form letter rejections complain that they're getting form letters, and why can't employers take the time to write personalized notes that explain the reason for the rejection?

Employers really can't win when it comes to rejections. No matter what they do, some people aren't going to like it. That makes sense — it's a rejection, so it's inherently unpleasant to receive.

It sounds like it stings to read that hiring managers liked you but still aren't hiring you. But they're saying that they think you have potential, and that's promising. (Although it's also possible that these are form letters to some extent. Some people write really lovely notes to people who interview with them, and if they're not giving you more specific feedback than what you quoted here, it's possible that some of these are still boilerplate to some extent or another.)

But as with all rejections, don't read too much into them. Job seekers tend to read way too much into rejections, good and bad, when employers are usually just trying to let people down kindly and don't intend for their words to be parsed as much as often happens. If it's easier for you to deal with rejections if you decide none of them mean anything more than "this is to notify you that you didn't get the job," then reframe them all as that in your head.

(The one exception to that might be the note about your talent being better served at a larger press. There might be a message there that's worth paying attention to, if they're saying you wouldn't thrive in a smaller organization — which might mean they thought you wouldn't do well in a role where you had to wear a lot of hats or didn't have more resources. Although you've volunteered at smaller presses, so who knows.)

But also … publishing is just an incredibly competitive industry. That means that when you're just starting out, you're going to get rejections. Lots of them. It's very unlikely that you're going to end up in a job in that field without wading through a lot of rejections first — so ideally you'd see this as completely normal and unavoidable topography on the road to your destination. (Obviously there are limits to that — times when it does make sense to question if it's the right path for you — but it sounds like you're still in your first year post-college, so I don't think you're near that territory yet.)

personalized rejection letters are crushing my spirit was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

I have no motivation to do my job

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 09:29 AM PDT

A reader writes:

I am absolutely done with my current job. I've been here for just over six years now and, honestly, I probably stayed here longer than I should have (I was starting to get bored around two years ago). However, my coworkers are lovely, my boss is super supportive, the benefits are amazing (I will have 35 days of PTO this year plus sick time on top of that!) and the health insurance is fantastic. I just hate my actual job.

I didn't always hate it, but I've grown to realize I really don't want to do this type of work anymore. I stayed for so long because I kept getting promotions and new projects. But now I'm SO bored. I don't care about anything. I have ZERO motivation to do anything. I seriously spend most of my days online shopping, reading blogs, reading the news, etc. I do the bare minimum to get by without someone actually noticing I'm not working like 50% of the time. I'm not doing any work towards any of my goals this year because I can't find the motivation! Every day I come in and say to myself, "I'll start this project today." And here I am … emailing you instead!

I'm mortified by how far behind I am in some of my project goals, and I'm terrified my boss is going to check in about them soon. Nearly 75% of my emails I open and just go "I don't care" and go do something else.

I'm actively applying for jobs, but that could take months. I'm barely getting by each day and ignoring my entire email inbox until 4:30 and then frantically responding to everything before I leave for the day.

The thing is, I'm not like this! I've always been a really motivated worker. I got my work done. I used to be horrified when coworkers would say they spent most of their day watching YouTube videos. When I finished what I needed to do that day, I'd always move on to the next project or find something to keep me busy.

I'm just burnt out/stuck/bored out of my mind and I need a bit of help or inspiration getting myself through until I can find a new job. I'm also afraid these awful work habits will follow me! How do I keep my act together and find motivation to work? How do I make sure to start my next job off on the right foot? I don't want to leave this current job completely ruining the good reputation I've built here for the past six years.

You can read my answer to this letter at New York Magazine today. Head over there to read it.

I have no motivation to do my job was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

my employee is overly budget-conscious and freaks out when we spend money

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 07:59 AM PDT

A reader writes:

I have a low-level employee who has always volunteered in nonprofits and worked in academia, and I’d love some tips on helping him change his budget awareness. He is very used to saving every penny of the organization’s money, at the expense of significant amounts of time, which makes sense if the money is scarce and the time is volunteered, but makes absolutely no sense if the money is adequate and the time is paid for.

I’ve explained sticker price vs time costs (multiple times, in multiple ways with multiple examples), and yet any amount of money over about $50 basically sends him into an anxiety spiral where nothing I say makes an impact. I’m willing to shut it down the next time he opens this discussion, since it’s been explained from every angle and isn’t making a difference, but I do need him to be capable of watching the company spend money on (for example) office supplies, IT infrastructure, furniture, advertising, etc. without getting somewhat panicked and suggesting high-effort, high-salary-cost ways of saving minor amounts of money. (For what it’s worth: he doesn’t come from a poor family, so the money anxiety seems to be entirely work-related. He also talks about having anxiety but refuses to seek treatment.)

Is there a framing for this that might sink in, given the work background? I’d rather encourage understanding than just shut it down, but at this point I’ve done what I can think of and I’ll shut it down and lock it up if I have to.

I wrote back and asked, "When you talked to him about it, did you explicitly tell him he needs to stop, or was it more trying to explain why it’s unnecessary? And how directly involved with money/purchasing is his job?” The reply:

About 15% of his job involves either researching options/solutions to issues we are having (for example: find me an email system that can do the following four things, or find me companies that sell this specific thing and book me demos), or interfacing with external suppliers (and therefore seeing the invoices go by). The rest of his job is not directly related to money at all.

I have discussed with him both why specific expenses are necessary AND that this pattern is untenable, which he agrees on when it’s not actively something he’s preoccupied about. But then as soon as something new pops up, he says he’s anxious for a specific new reason, and the spiral starts again.

He agrees when I say something like, "The company finances are being handled. Spending more time to save money is not efficient or lucrative, and company expenses are both planned and approved, and I need you to understand that and manage your feeling about the expenses. I can’t have this discussion every time we buy something. It’s a problem."

But the second something pops up, he genuinely thinks we don’t understand that there are cheaper options, and even when pointed to the original discussion, doesn’t relate it to his behavior — he basically flips it from “I’m doing The Thing About Money” to “my boss is not listening to me and is going to drive the company into the ground, ANXIETY!" — and and I’m like … dude. It’s a replacement office chair. It’s a MID-RANGE OFFICE CHAIR, not even a fancy one! — complete disconnect, even when pointed out.

And then thing is that when he’s not actively anxious, he’s good at his job. But the spirals are killing it.

At this point, barring moving him to a role where there is no knowledge of finance involved at all, I’m at my wits end.

Well, you've done the right thing: You've told him this is a pattern, it's untenable, and it needs to stop. Often in these situations, when I ask a manager how direct they've been about a problem, it turns out they haven't been that direct. They've said "you really don't need to do X" or "it would be great if you could try doing Y," but they haven't directly said "X is a serious problem and I need you to stop doing X." But you've said that, so we can check that off the list.

Since you've done that and it's still happening, it's time to talk with him again and this time escalate the seriousness. Your message this time should be: "We've talked about this previously, but it's still happening. It's disruptive and it's getting in the way of you being able to perform your job effectively. It's become a serious issue, to the point that I'm having to think about whether we can keep you in this role or not. So I want to make sure you’re absolutely clear about the behaviors that cannot continue. You cannot (fill in specific behaviors here). Can you agree to that going forward?”

You might also say, "You've mentioned that you struggle with anxiety. If you need time off for appointments for treatment, I can work with you to ensure you get that time." If your company has an EAP, mention it here. (Also, because he's mentioned anxiety, it's possible that the Americans with Disabilities Act could be in play, so you should talk with your HR people before you have this conversation to make sure you're navigating this legally.)

But from there … if he has untreated, clinical anxiety, there probably isn’t any framing you can find that will solve this, because anxiety isn't rational. So yes, it’s very reasonable to focus on shutting it down rather than trying to reason or cajole him into seeing things differently. So that might mean saying things like:

* "As we've talked about, this isn't up for discussion. The company is going to purchase X and isn't going to do Y to spend less. We need to move on now."

* "Please order the chair I've marked. We're not going to discuss lower-cost options."

* "As you know, I'm not going to discuss this again. Is there anything else you need from me?”

… and so forth.

These sorts of comments would normally feel overly brusque, but in a situation like this one — where the problem has been discussed and it’s not improving — that’s okay. You could certainly give him a warning that you’re going to be doing that (“Since this is continuing to be disruptive, I want you to know that I’m going to have to shut it down when it happens and will need you to move on when I do”). But you’re on solid ground in simply shutting it down.

If that doesn’t mostly solve it, at that point you’d need to think about whether he can succeed in the job as it’s currently configured and, if not, whether there are ways to restructure his role without significant inconvenience to you or others. (If the ADA is in play, you’d need to look at whether he can do the “essential functions” of the job with or without reasonable accommodation. You’d want HR involved for that.)

my employee is overly budget-conscious and freaks out when we spend money was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.

Arrestohet një person i dyshuar për vjedhje të shtyllave mbrojtëse në autostradën ‘Ibrahim Rugova’

Arrestohet një person i dyshuar për vjedhje të shtyllave mbrojtëse në autostradën ‘Ibrahim Rugova’


Arrestohet një person i dyshuar për vjedhje të shtyllave mbrojtëse në autostradën ‘Ibrahim Rugova’

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 02:04 AM PDT

Policia e Kosovës ka arrestuar ditën e sotme një person të dyshuar për vjedhjen e mbrojtësve anësorë të autostradës "Dr. Ibrahim Rugova".

Të njëjtit i janë gjetur 88 copa të metalit të ngarkuar në mjetin e tij dhe disa të tjera në ngarkim e sipër dhe më pas  personi i dyshuar është arrestuar dhe  i është konfiskuar mjeti i tij tip furgon.

E disa ditë më parë në media u raportua për një rast të tillë vjedhjeje në autostadën "Dr. Ibrahim Rugova".

Aty u bë e ditur se janë vjedhur rreth 100 përforcues të shtyllave mbrojtëse në po të njëjtin lokacion ku sot u arrestua ky person raporton Gazeta Blic.

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Drenas, banorët në rrezik nga ujërat e zeza (FOTO)

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:51 AM PDT

Ujërat e zeza kanë vërshuar parkingun e disa banesave në qytetin e Drenasit.

“Ngulfatja e kanalizimit te objektet prapa Postes. Rreth 60 familje jetojnë në këto objekte përreth. Ka 3 ditë që është kjo gjendje”, thonë banoret e kësaj lagjje.

Ata po kërkojnë që t'i bëhet një zgjidhje shqetësimit të tyre, sepse siç tregojnë gjatë tërë kohës aty po kundërmon erë e keqe, raporton Drenicapress.

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Krim i rëndë në familjen shqiptare, djali godet me sëpatë babain e tij

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:41 AM PDT

Një ngjarje e rëndë është regjistruar mëngjesin e sotëm në Lushnjë.

Sipas të dhënave të Top Channel, shtetasi Dritan Velaj, ka qëlluar me sëpatë babanë e tij, Kujtim Velaj.

Si pasojë e plagës së marrë në trup, gjendja shëndetësore e Kujtim Velajt është e rëndë. Ai u dërgua me shpejtësi në spital për të marrë ndihmën mjekësore.

Ngjarja ka ndodhur në banesën e tyre, në lagjen "Xhevdet Nepravishta", Lushnjë.

Ende nuk dihen motivet e krimit , por policia ndodhet në vendin e ngjarjes për të sqaruar rrethanat e plagosjes.

Mësohet se në familje edhe më herët ka patur konflikte mes babait dhe djalit që raportohet të ketë probleme të shëndetit mendor.

Babai ka marrë disa herë urdhër mbrojtjeje ndaj djalit.

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Prej 23 vitesh e zhdukur në Itali, asnjë gjurmë nga shqiptarja

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:40 AM PDT

Mbaresa Kumbria, nga Kuçova është vajza e katër në familjen më 7 fëmijë. Vendosën ta quanin kështu prindërit, duke menduar se do të ishte fëmija i tyre i fundit, por pas mbaresës erdhën në jetë dhe 3 fëmijë të tjerë.

Mbaresa nuk ishte e fundit nga fëmijët, por ajo që pati një fat të ndryshëm nga të tjerët. Me Mbaresën nuk mbaroi por filloi një dhembje pafund. Një plagë në familjen Kumbria, veçanërisht për dy prindërit Refat e Zylfie. Ishin vitet e para të demokracisë, kur Mbaresën e gjetën ende një adoleshente. Në vitin e parë të shkollës së mesme, për shkak të pamundësisë ekonomike, ajo la shkollën në mes për t'ju bërë krah familjes në nevojat jetike.

Ishte koha kur bashkëshorti i hallës së saj, i prezanton nipin e tij Astritin nga Elbasani, djali me të cilin Mbaresa vendos të fejohet. Atë kohë Astriti punonte me sezone në shtetin grek si emigrant. 2 vite më pas kur Mbaresa ende nuk e kishte finalizuar këtë marrëdhënie në martesë, ende një vajzë shumë e re, rastësisht njihet me një tjetër person në vitin 1996.

Kësaj here ishte kushëriri i saj i parë, nga fshati Lapardha i Beratit, ai i cili këmbënguli që Mbaresa të njihej me Fidelin. Gjërat ndodhën shumë shpejt, ndërsa Mbaresa vendosi të takohej me Fidelin në Kucovë, për ta takuar fshehurazi familjes, por e shoqëruar nga kushëriri i saj. Askush nuk di ta thotë me siguri se cfarë e bëri Mbaresën që ti mbushej mendja, kur pasi bëri gati valixhen, bashkë me Fidelin dhe kushëririn e saj Lulëzimin në niseshin të tre sëbashku më 30 prill drejt Italisë.

Një javë para se të mbushte 20 vjec, ajo mori një vendim të vështirë për jetën e saj, ndërsa vendosi të prishte fejesën dhe të merrte një tjetër drejtim. Por dikush i pikasi kur u larguan. Një fqinj e pa Mbaresën kur doli nga shtëpia me valixhe në dorë, ndërsa hipi në një makinë të zezë ku e prisnin dy djemtë. Ajo kishte shkuar më pas më shtëpinë e hallës së saj në Lapardha të Beratit dhe nga andej bashkë me kushëririn Lulëzimin dhe me Fidelin kishte marrë drejtimin për në Vlorë. Pavarësisht premtimit se Lulëzimi do ta shoqëronte në Itali, në skaf hipi vetëm Mbaresa dhe Fideli. Kjo ngriti dyshimin e madh dhe frikën e një drejtimi që për Mbaresën nuk dihet ende sot.

Pas largimit nga shtëpia të së bijës Refati bën denoncimin në polici. Me të mësuar se arsyet e largimit fshiheshin dy djemtë ai vendos të denoncojë Lulëzimin dhe Fidelin. Asnjëri prej tyre nuk pranoi përgjegjësinë ndërsa Fideli i marrë në pyetje dëshmoi se Mbaresa i kishte ikur nga duart. Dy javë më pas Mbaresa telefonon nga Italia. Ajo flet me të atin duke qarë:

"Jam mirë dhe mos u bëni merak"

Kaluan ditë nga kjo telefonatë dhe Mbaresa merr përsëri në telefon, pyet për motrat dhe vëllezërit dhe më pas e njëjta fjali: "Jam mirë dhe mos u bëni merak".

Rasti është bërë publik edhe në emision e njohur italian ''Chi la visto'', emision nga i cili u arrit të lokalizohej një vendodhje e mundshme e e Mbaresës që sot është 43 vjece, me gjasa se jetonte në Bergamo të Italisë. Një dëshmitare pretendonte se kishte jetuar me të në të njëjtin hotel. Sot ende për Mbaresën nuk ka asnjë gjurmë. Ajo ende mungon në familjen Kumbria. Gjatë investigimeve të emisionit 'Pa Gjurmë' u arrit në gjurmët e një vajze të trafikuar që përkonin të dhënat me Mbaresa Kumbrian. Në transmetim Live u dëgjua zëri i saj dhe nuk ishte Mbaresa, por një tjetër vajzë e trafikuar po në 1996 drejt Italisë nga disa të rinj nga Shijaku. Adelina ishte me origjinë nga Durrësi dhe rezultonte e humbur prej 23 vitesh. Ajo tregoi peripecitë e saj dhe kishte një mesazh për familjen.

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Erëra të fuqishme në Ksamil, shkaktohet panik tek pushuesit

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:37 AM PDT

Ka një javë që rajoni është përfshirë nga mot jostabil, me ç'rast edhe temperaturat kanë shënuar ulje të theksuar, ndonëse jemi në mes të verës.

Vetëm disa ditë më parë disa pamje të stuhisë së fuqishme që goditi Ulqinin dhe disa pjesë të Shqipërisë, bënë bujë në rrjetet sociale.

Nga erërat e fuqishme mbrëmë është përfshirë edhe vendpushimi turistik në jug të Shqipërisë, Ksamili, shkruan Reporteri.net.

Mbase të ndikuar pak edhe nga pamjet e fundit, siç shihet në videon e mëposhtme kjo bëri që të shkaktohej panik në mesin e pushuesve.

Në pamjet e mëposhtme ata shihen duke vrapuar brenda, ndërkohë që fëmijëve u sugjerojnë të kenë kujdes dhe të mos dalin jashtë.

Ndryshe, sipas meteorologëve nga sot parashikohet mot më i mirë dhe ngritje e temperaturave. /Reporteri.net

Shikoni pamjet:

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Dorëzohet në Kuvend peticioni kundër homologimit të veturave

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:35 AM PDT

Në Kuvendin e Kosovës po dorëzohet peticioni përmes së cilit po kërkohet që të ndërpritet homologimi i veturave.

Atë tashmë e kanë nënshkruar mbi 10 mijë persona, peticion ky që është zhvilluar online.

Peticioni ka nisur nga ekonomisti Hekuran Murati, pas debatit në parlamentin e Kosovës për homologimin e automjeteve, ku po kërkohet që t'i jepet fund obligimit për homologim.

Murati tha se ky peticion ka bashkuar të gjithë qytetarët të cilët po kërkojnë që të mos plaçkiten përmes homologimit, të cilin e ka quajtur të panevojshëm.

"Këtë peticion e kanë nënshkruar më shumë se 10 mijë qytetarë. Është nënshkruar në më pak se 3 javë. Ne si qytetarë kemi një kërkesë, homologimi të hiqet në tërësi, sepse është një plaçkë. Aty s'bëhet homologim, vetëm krahasim i të dhënave që janë në librezë. Kjo kompani s'bën asgjë tjetër përveç asaj që e bën edhe dogana", ka thënë Murati.

Në këtë peticion thuhet se prishja e monopolit nuk mjafton, por është duke u kërkuar që parlamenti të ndryshojë Ligjin për Automjete.

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Lladrovci për humbjen e Feronikelit: Kemi mund ma mirë, nuk ishte mbrëmja jonë

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:32 AM PDT

Feronikeli është eliminuar nga Liga e Kampionëve pasi u mposht nga TNS me rezultat 0-1.

Kryetari i Drenasit, Ramiz Lladrovci ka thënë se tek lojtarët ka munguar vetëbesimi dhe fitorja.

Mirëpo, ai thekson se Feronikeli ka hapur shtegun për suksese tjera, duke u shprehur krenar me futbollistët.

Postimi i plotë:

Kemi mund ma mirë, nuk ishte mbrëmje jona.

Ka munguar vetëbesimi dhe fitorja.

Ferronikeli e hapi shtegun për suksese tjera, për suksese edhe më të mëdha të futbollit tonë.

Krenar me futbollistët tanë!/Indeksonline/

 

 

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Vetura zyrtare shkel rregullat e komunikacionit, shikoni me çfarë shpejtësie vozitë në magjistrale

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:31 AM PDT

Një shkelje e rregullave të trafikut nga zyrtarët e institucioneve është parë sot që në mëngjesin e hershëm në magjistralen Pejë-Prishtinë.

Në një video të dërguar në redaksinë e Indeksonline, shihet se si vetura  me targa zyrtare 4Z-288-02 vozitë në shpejtësi 140-160 në orë.

Vozitësi në fjalë me këtë shpejtësi jo vetëm që rrezikon vetën, por edhe pjesëmarrësit e tjerë në trafik.

Derisa, Policia e Kosovës vazhdimisht po apelon për respektim të rregullave në trafik, në mënyrë që të zvogëlohet numri i aksidenteve.

Ndryshe, sot Ministria e Infrastrukturës në bashkëpunim me Policinë lanson fushatën vetëdijësuse "10 rregullat e arta të sigurisë rrugore"./Indeksonline/

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“FaceApp”/ Aplikacioni rus që ka “infektuar” personazhet VIP dhe kush qendron pas tij

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:25 AM PDT

Quhet FaceApp dhe progresivisht po bëhet tendenca e kësaj vere. Aplikacioni ka "infektuar" personat e njohur (VIP) dhe ata ta zakonshëm, duke pushtuar Facebook dhe Instagram me foto që na shohin të plakur përmes goditjes së inteligjencës artificiale.

Transformimi i fytyrave është mjaftueshmërisht realist aq sa duket sikur është natyrale. Askush nuk i reziston tundimit për të parë në foto se si do të jetë kur të plaket.

Megjithatë, përballë kësaj stuhie verore qarkullojnë histori teknologjie dhe të dhënash që shumica e përdoruesve nuk i njeh. T'i analizojmë…

FaceApp funksionon duke shkarkuar fillimisht aplikacionin. Mjafton të bësh një foto dhe ta përzgjedhësh përmes aplikacionit. Pastaj, në pak sekonda aplikacioni të jep mundësinë të zgjedhësh çfarë do të bësh me foton, do të plakesh apo do të rinohesh. Shumica zgjedhin plakjen, shkruan Ilsole24ore.

Janë me miliona postime të shpërndara  në këto ditë. Shumë efekte që mund të aplikohen në foto janë me pagesë dhe tarifat variojnë nga 3.99 euro për ata që zgjedhin një abonim mujor, 19.99 euro për abonim vjetor dhe 43.99 euro për abonim të përjetshëm.

Privatësia

Në bazë të FaceApp, sikurse thuhet, janë algoritme inteligjence artificiale. "Kemi zhvilluar një teknologji të re që mundëson modifikimin në mënyrë reale të imazhit tuaj në foto" ka shpjeguar themeluesi dhe drejtuesi Yaroslav Goncharov.

"Elementi që na diferencon nga të tjerët është fotorealizmi. Pasi aplikohet filtri është sërish fotoja jote. Aplikacionet e tjera qëllimisht ndryshojnë imazhin në mënyrë humoristike por nuk është më një foto reale" shprehet ai.

Rusia

Shumë kanë tendencën të besojnë se FaceApp është në pronësi të Facebook ose ndoshta të Instagram (edhe pse do ishte e njëjta gjë). Por nëse analizojmë detajet, zbulohet se aplikacioni është hedhur në janar të vitit 2017 nga Wireless Lab, një kompani ruse me seli në Shën Peterburg, e themeluar nga Yaroslav Goncharov.

Faqja në Facebook e FaceApp është hapur në 27 janar 2017 dhe sot numëron më shumë se 310 mijë ndjekës. Dhe nga seksioni 'Transparenca e faqes', mësohet se administratorët e saj janë 4; 3 rusë dhe 1 ukrainas.

Është evidente tashmë se ky aplikacion është i lidhur ngushtë me Rusinë. Dhe duhet të nënvizuar që pas lojës, ka insinuata të rënda lidhur me privatësinë. Në seksionin e aplikacionit dedikuar përdorimit të informacioneve lexohet se aplikacioni "mund të bashkëndajë përmbajtjen dhe informacionet e përdoruesve me kompanitë që bëjnë pjesë në grupin e shoqërisë së FaceApp"./SCAN

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Broadbent u tall me Florian Markun gjatë gjithë meçit, por në fund e pësoi keq

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:23 AM PDT

Boksierët shpeshherë tallen brenda ringut me kundërshtarët e tyre – siç bën për shembull Tyson Fury – megjithatë boksieri Tommy Broadbent e pësoi keq në luftën e tij kundër Florian Markut të shtunën.

Dy boksierët u ndeshën në "O2 Arena" në Londër, në natën kur meçi kryesor ishte mes Daniel Duboisit dhe Nathan Gormanit. Në fund të meçit triumfitoi Florian Marku, pas talljeve të shumta nga kundërshtari i tij, transmeton Gazeta Express.

BT Sports i publikoi mbrëmë pamjet nga meçi mes këtyre dy boksierëve dhe në shumicën e videos shihet Broadbent duke u tallur me Markun, të cilin e inkurajonte ta godiste më fuqishëm.

Por, 32-vjeçari e pësoi keq nga e gjitha kjo dhe u nokautua në rundin e katërt dhe të fundit të meçit, duke e pësuar kështu disfatën e gjashtë në karrierë.

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Marku fillimisht festoi para Broadbentit pasi gjyqtari e ndali ndeshjes, mirëpo dyshja tregoi respekt për njëri-tjetrin pas meçit.

Kjo sfidë e fituar nga shqiptari ish-luftëtar i MMA, ishte e vlefshme për kategorinë "Welterweight", me Markun që tashmë shijon shifrat 4-0. /Gazeta Express/

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Arrestohet një person i dyshuar për vjedhje të shtyllave mbrojtëse në autostradën ‘Ibrahim Rugova’


Arrestohet një person i dyshuar për vjedhje të shtyllave mbrojtëse në autostradën ‘Ibrahim Rugova’

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 02:04 AM PDT

Policia e Kosovës ka arrestuar ditën e sotme një person të dyshuar për vjedhjen e mbrojtësve anësorë të autostradës "Dr. Ibrahim Rugova".

Të njëjtit i janë gjetur 88 copa të metalit të ngarkuar në mjetin e tij dhe disa të tjera në ngarkim e sipër dhe më pas  personi i dyshuar është arrestuar dhe  i është konfiskuar mjeti i tij tip furgon.

E disa ditë më parë në media u raportua për një rast të tillë vjedhjeje në autostadën "Dr. Ibrahim Rugova".

Aty u bë e ditur se janë vjedhur rreth 100 përforcues të shtyllave mbrojtëse në po të njëjtin lokacion ku sot u arrestua ky person raporton Gazeta Blic.

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Drenas, banorët në rrezik nga ujërat e zeza (FOTO)

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:51 AM PDT

Ujërat e zeza kanë vërshuar parkingun e disa banesave në qytetin e Drenasit.

“Ngulfatja e kanalizimit te objektet prapa Postes. Rreth 60 familje jetojnë në këto objekte përreth. Ka 3 ditë që është kjo gjendje”, thonë banoret e kësaj lagjje.

Ata po kërkojnë që t'i bëhet një zgjidhje shqetësimit të tyre, sepse siç tregojnë gjatë tërë kohës aty po kundërmon erë e keqe, raporton Drenicapress.

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Krim i rëndë në familjen shqiptare, djali godet me sëpatë babain e tij

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:41 AM PDT

Një ngjarje e rëndë është regjistruar mëngjesin e sotëm në Lushnjë.

Sipas të dhënave të Top Channel, shtetasi Dritan Velaj, ka qëlluar me sëpatë babanë e tij, Kujtim Velaj.

Si pasojë e plagës së marrë në trup, gjendja shëndetësore e Kujtim Velajt është e rëndë. Ai u dërgua me shpejtësi në spital për të marrë ndihmën mjekësore.

Ngjarja ka ndodhur në banesën e tyre, në lagjen "Xhevdet Nepravishta", Lushnjë.

Ende nuk dihen motivet e krimit , por policia ndodhet në vendin e ngjarjes për të sqaruar rrethanat e plagosjes.

Mësohet se në familje edhe më herët ka patur konflikte mes babait dhe djalit që raportohet të ketë probleme të shëndetit mendor.

Babai ka marrë disa herë urdhër mbrojtjeje ndaj djalit.

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Prej 23 vitesh e zhdukur në Itali, asnjë gjurmë nga shqiptarja

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:40 AM PDT

Mbaresa Kumbria, nga Kuçova është vajza e katër në familjen më 7 fëmijë. Vendosën ta quanin kështu prindërit, duke menduar se do të ishte fëmija i tyre i fundit, por pas mbaresës erdhën në jetë dhe 3 fëmijë të tjerë.

Mbaresa nuk ishte e fundit nga fëmijët, por ajo që pati një fat të ndryshëm nga të tjerët. Me Mbaresën nuk mbaroi por filloi një dhembje pafund. Një plagë në familjen Kumbria, veçanërisht për dy prindërit Refat e Zylfie. Ishin vitet e para të demokracisë, kur Mbaresën e gjetën ende një adoleshente. Në vitin e parë të shkollës së mesme, për shkak të pamundësisë ekonomike, ajo la shkollën në mes për t'ju bërë krah familjes në nevojat jetike.

Ishte koha kur bashkëshorti i hallës së saj, i prezanton nipin e tij Astritin nga Elbasani, djali me të cilin Mbaresa vendos të fejohet. Atë kohë Astriti punonte me sezone në shtetin grek si emigrant. 2 vite më pas kur Mbaresa ende nuk e kishte finalizuar këtë marrëdhënie në martesë, ende një vajzë shumë e re, rastësisht njihet me një tjetër person në vitin 1996.

Kësaj here ishte kushëriri i saj i parë, nga fshati Lapardha i Beratit, ai i cili këmbënguli që Mbaresa të njihej me Fidelin. Gjërat ndodhën shumë shpejt, ndërsa Mbaresa vendosi të takohej me Fidelin në Kucovë, për ta takuar fshehurazi familjes, por e shoqëruar nga kushëriri i saj. Askush nuk di ta thotë me siguri se cfarë e bëri Mbaresën që ti mbushej mendja, kur pasi bëri gati valixhen, bashkë me Fidelin dhe kushëririn e saj Lulëzimin në niseshin të tre sëbashku më 30 prill drejt Italisë.

Një javë para se të mbushte 20 vjec, ajo mori një vendim të vështirë për jetën e saj, ndërsa vendosi të prishte fejesën dhe të merrte një tjetër drejtim. Por dikush i pikasi kur u larguan. Një fqinj e pa Mbaresën kur doli nga shtëpia me valixhe në dorë, ndërsa hipi në një makinë të zezë ku e prisnin dy djemtë. Ajo kishte shkuar më pas më shtëpinë e hallës së saj në Lapardha të Beratit dhe nga andej bashkë me kushëririn Lulëzimin dhe me Fidelin kishte marrë drejtimin për në Vlorë. Pavarësisht premtimit se Lulëzimi do ta shoqëronte në Itali, në skaf hipi vetëm Mbaresa dhe Fideli. Kjo ngriti dyshimin e madh dhe frikën e një drejtimi që për Mbaresën nuk dihet ende sot.

Pas largimit nga shtëpia të së bijës Refati bën denoncimin në polici. Me të mësuar se arsyet e largimit fshiheshin dy djemtë ai vendos të denoncojë Lulëzimin dhe Fidelin. Asnjëri prej tyre nuk pranoi përgjegjësinë ndërsa Fideli i marrë në pyetje dëshmoi se Mbaresa i kishte ikur nga duart. Dy javë më pas Mbaresa telefonon nga Italia. Ajo flet me të atin duke qarë:

"Jam mirë dhe mos u bëni merak"

Kaluan ditë nga kjo telefonatë dhe Mbaresa merr përsëri në telefon, pyet për motrat dhe vëllezërit dhe më pas e njëjta fjali: "Jam mirë dhe mos u bëni merak".

Rasti është bërë publik edhe në emision e njohur italian ''Chi la visto'', emision nga i cili u arrit të lokalizohej një vendodhje e mundshme e e Mbaresës që sot është 43 vjece, me gjasa se jetonte në Bergamo të Italisë. Një dëshmitare pretendonte se kishte jetuar me të në të njëjtin hotel. Sot ende për Mbaresën nuk ka asnjë gjurmë. Ajo ende mungon në familjen Kumbria. Gjatë investigimeve të emisionit 'Pa Gjurmë' u arrit në gjurmët e një vajze të trafikuar që përkonin të dhënat me Mbaresa Kumbrian. Në transmetim Live u dëgjua zëri i saj dhe nuk ishte Mbaresa, por një tjetër vajzë e trafikuar po në 1996 drejt Italisë nga disa të rinj nga Shijaku. Adelina ishte me origjinë nga Durrësi dhe rezultonte e humbur prej 23 vitesh. Ajo tregoi peripecitë e saj dhe kishte një mesazh për familjen.

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Erëra të fuqishme në Ksamil, shkaktohet panik tek pushuesit

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:37 AM PDT

Ka një javë që rajoni është përfshirë nga mot jostabil, me ç'rast edhe temperaturat kanë shënuar ulje të theksuar, ndonëse jemi në mes të verës.

Vetëm disa ditë më parë disa pamje të stuhisë së fuqishme që goditi Ulqinin dhe disa pjesë të Shqipërisë, bënë bujë në rrjetet sociale.

Nga erërat e fuqishme mbrëmë është përfshirë edhe vendpushimi turistik në jug të Shqipërisë, Ksamili, shkruan Reporteri.net.

Mbase të ndikuar pak edhe nga pamjet e fundit, siç shihet në videon e mëposhtme kjo bëri që të shkaktohej panik në mesin e pushuesve.

Në pamjet e mëposhtme ata shihen duke vrapuar brenda, ndërkohë që fëmijëve u sugjerojnë të kenë kujdes dhe të mos dalin jashtë.

Ndryshe, sipas meteorologëve nga sot parashikohet mot më i mirë dhe ngritje e temperaturave. /Reporteri.net

Shikoni pamjet:

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Dorëzohet në Kuvend peticioni kundër homologimit të veturave

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:35 AM PDT

Në Kuvendin e Kosovës po dorëzohet peticioni përmes së cilit po kërkohet që të ndërpritet homologimi i veturave.

Atë tashmë e kanë nënshkruar mbi 10 mijë persona, peticion ky që është zhvilluar online.

Peticioni ka nisur nga ekonomisti Hekuran Murati, pas debatit në parlamentin e Kosovës për homologimin e automjeteve, ku po kërkohet që t'i jepet fund obligimit për homologim.

Murati tha se ky peticion ka bashkuar të gjithë qytetarët të cilët po kërkojnë që të mos plaçkiten përmes homologimit, të cilin e ka quajtur të panevojshëm.

"Këtë peticion e kanë nënshkruar më shumë se 10 mijë qytetarë. Është nënshkruar në më pak se 3 javë. Ne si qytetarë kemi një kërkesë, homologimi të hiqet në tërësi, sepse është një plaçkë. Aty s'bëhet homologim, vetëm krahasim i të dhënave që janë në librezë. Kjo kompani s'bën asgjë tjetër përveç asaj që e bën edhe dogana", ka thënë Murati.

Në këtë peticion thuhet se prishja e monopolit nuk mjafton, por është duke u kërkuar që parlamenti të ndryshojë Ligjin për Automjete.

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Lladrovci për humbjen e Feronikelit: Kemi mund ma mirë, nuk ishte mbrëmja jonë

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:32 AM PDT

Feronikeli është eliminuar nga Liga e Kampionëve pasi u mposht nga TNS me rezultat 0-1.

Kryetari i Drenasit, Ramiz Lladrovci ka thënë se tek lojtarët ka munguar vetëbesimi dhe fitorja.

Mirëpo, ai thekson se Feronikeli ka hapur shtegun për suksese tjera, duke u shprehur krenar me futbollistët.

Postimi i plotë:

Kemi mund ma mirë, nuk ishte mbrëmje jona.

Ka munguar vetëbesimi dhe fitorja.

Ferronikeli e hapi shtegun për suksese tjera, për suksese edhe më të mëdha të futbollit tonë.

Krenar me futbollistët tanë!/Indeksonline/

 

 

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Vetura zyrtare shkel rregullat e komunikacionit, shikoni me çfarë shpejtësie vozitë në magjistrale

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:31 AM PDT

Një shkelje e rregullave të trafikut nga zyrtarët e institucioneve është parë sot që në mëngjesin e hershëm në magjistralen Pejë-Prishtinë.

Në një video të dërguar në redaksinë e Indeksonline, shihet se si vetura  me targa zyrtare 4Z-288-02 vozitë në shpejtësi 140-160 në orë.

Vozitësi në fjalë me këtë shpejtësi jo vetëm që rrezikon vetën, por edhe pjesëmarrësit e tjerë në trafik.

Derisa, Policia e Kosovës vazhdimisht po apelon për respektim të rregullave në trafik, në mënyrë që të zvogëlohet numri i aksidenteve.

Ndryshe, sot Ministria e Infrastrukturës në bashkëpunim me Policinë lanson fushatën vetëdijësuse "10 rregullat e arta të sigurisë rrugore"./Indeksonline/

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“FaceApp”/ Aplikacioni rus që ka “infektuar” personazhet VIP dhe kush qendron pas tij

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:25 AM PDT

Quhet FaceApp dhe progresivisht po bëhet tendenca e kësaj vere. Aplikacioni ka "infektuar" personat e njohur (VIP) dhe ata ta zakonshëm, duke pushtuar Facebook dhe Instagram me foto që na shohin të plakur përmes goditjes së inteligjencës artificiale.

Transformimi i fytyrave është mjaftueshmërisht realist aq sa duket sikur është natyrale. Askush nuk i reziston tundimit për të parë në foto se si do të jetë kur të plaket.

Megjithatë, përballë kësaj stuhie verore qarkullojnë histori teknologjie dhe të dhënash që shumica e përdoruesve nuk i njeh. T'i analizojmë…

FaceApp funksionon duke shkarkuar fillimisht aplikacionin. Mjafton të bësh një foto dhe ta përzgjedhësh përmes aplikacionit. Pastaj, në pak sekonda aplikacioni të jep mundësinë të zgjedhësh çfarë do të bësh me foton, do të plakesh apo do të rinohesh. Shumica zgjedhin plakjen, shkruan Ilsole24ore.

Janë me miliona postime të shpërndara  në këto ditë. Shumë efekte që mund të aplikohen në foto janë me pagesë dhe tarifat variojnë nga 3.99 euro për ata që zgjedhin një abonim mujor, 19.99 euro për abonim vjetor dhe 43.99 euro për abonim të përjetshëm.

Privatësia

Në bazë të FaceApp, sikurse thuhet, janë algoritme inteligjence artificiale. "Kemi zhvilluar një teknologji të re që mundëson modifikimin në mënyrë reale të imazhit tuaj në foto" ka shpjeguar themeluesi dhe drejtuesi Yaroslav Goncharov.

"Elementi që na diferencon nga të tjerët është fotorealizmi. Pasi aplikohet filtri është sërish fotoja jote. Aplikacionet e tjera qëllimisht ndryshojnë imazhin në mënyrë humoristike por nuk është më një foto reale" shprehet ai.

Rusia

Shumë kanë tendencën të besojnë se FaceApp është në pronësi të Facebook ose ndoshta të Instagram (edhe pse do ishte e njëjta gjë). Por nëse analizojmë detajet, zbulohet se aplikacioni është hedhur në janar të vitit 2017 nga Wireless Lab, një kompani ruse me seli në Shën Peterburg, e themeluar nga Yaroslav Goncharov.

Faqja në Facebook e FaceApp është hapur në 27 janar 2017 dhe sot numëron më shumë se 310 mijë ndjekës. Dhe nga seksioni 'Transparenca e faqes', mësohet se administratorët e saj janë 4; 3 rusë dhe 1 ukrainas.

Është evidente tashmë se ky aplikacion është i lidhur ngushtë me Rusinë. Dhe duhet të nënvizuar që pas lojës, ka insinuata të rënda lidhur me privatësinë. Në seksionin e aplikacionit dedikuar përdorimit të informacioneve lexohet se aplikacioni "mund të bashkëndajë përmbajtjen dhe informacionet e përdoruesve me kompanitë që bëjnë pjesë në grupin e shoqërisë së FaceApp"./SCAN

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Broadbent u tall me Florian Markun gjatë gjithë meçit, por në fund e pësoi keq

Posted: 17 Jul 2019 01:23 AM PDT

Boksierët shpeshherë tallen brenda ringut me kundërshtarët e tyre – siç bën për shembull Tyson Fury – megjithatë boksieri Tommy Broadbent e pësoi keq në luftën e tij kundër Florian Markut të shtunën.

Dy boksierët u ndeshën në "O2 Arena" në Londër, në natën kur meçi kryesor ishte mes Daniel Duboisit dhe Nathan Gormanit. Në fund të meçit triumfitoi Florian Marku, pas talljeve të shumta nga kundërshtari i tij, transmeton Gazeta Express.

BT Sports i publikoi mbrëmë pamjet nga meçi mes këtyre dy boksierëve dhe në shumicën e videos shihet Broadbent duke u tallur me Markun, të cilin e inkurajonte ta godiste më fuqishëm.

Por, 32-vjeçari e pësoi keq nga e gjitha kjo dhe u nokautua në rundin e katërt dhe të fundit të meçit, duke e pësuar kështu disfatën e gjashtë në karrierë.

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Marku fillimisht festoi para Broadbentit pasi gjyqtari e ndali ndeshjes, mirëpo dyshja tregoi respekt për njëri-tjetrin pas meçit.

Kjo sfidë e fituar nga shqiptari ish-luftëtar i MMA, ishte e vlefshme për kategorinë "Welterweight", me Markun që tashmë shijon shifrat 4-0. /Gazeta Express/

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Toy Kinder egg Smooshy Shopkins Hatchimals Hatching Vamparina PJ Masks FunToyzCollector

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Toy Kinder egg Smooshy Shopkins Hatchimals Hatching Vamparina PJ Masks

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 10:31 AM PDT

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Posted: 16 Jul 2019 10:31 AM PDT

“Code Cracker Turing to Be on 50-Quid Notes” plus 1 more TechNewsWorld

“Code Cracker Turing to Be on 50-Quid Notes” plus 1 more TechNewsWorld


Code Cracker Turing to Be on 50-Quid Notes

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 12:09 PM PDT

Alan Turing, the British mathematician known for his World War II code-breaking exploits and for a test to distinguish between human and machine intelligence, will be on 50-pound notes in the UK by the end of 2021. The Bank of England, which made the announcement, explained that Turing, who died in 1954, was chosen from a field of 989 eligible characters after a public nomination period. Other characters included theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, mathematician Ada Lovelace and Charles Babbage, maker of a mechanical computer.

Qualcomm Gives Speed Boost to New Mobile Gaming Platform

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 03:22 AM PDT

Qualcomm Technologies aims to push the speed limits of mobile gaming with the added features in its Snapdragon Mobile Platform. The Snapdragon 855 Plus Mobile Platform, its newest processor, performs graphics functions 15 percent faster. It will show up in new devices later this year. Snapdragon 855 Plus is an update to the flagship Snapdragon 855, released earlier this year. The 855 emphasized speed to support enhanced performance and deliver leading experiences in multi-gigabit 5G, gaming, AI and XR.

“Code Cracker Turing to Be on 50-Quid Notes” plus 1 more TechNewsWorld


Code Cracker Turing to Be on 50-Quid Notes

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 12:09 PM PDT

Alan Turing, the British mathematician known for his World War II code-breaking exploits and for a test to distinguish between human and machine intelligence, will be on 50-pound notes in the UK by the end of 2021. The Bank of England, which made the announcement, explained that Turing, who died in 1954, was chosen from a field of 989 eligible characters after a public nomination period. Other characters included theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, mathematician Ada Lovelace and Charles Babbage, maker of a mechanical computer.

Qualcomm Gives Speed Boost to New Mobile Gaming Platform

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 03:22 AM PDT

Qualcomm Technologies aims to push the speed limits of mobile gaming with the added features in its Snapdragon Mobile Platform. The Snapdragon 855 Plus Mobile Platform, its newest processor, performs graphics functions 15 percent faster. It will show up in new devices later this year. Snapdragon 855 Plus is an update to the flagship Snapdragon 855, released earlier this year. The 855 emphasized speed to support enhanced performance and deliver leading experiences in multi-gigabit 5G, gaming, AI and XR.

Great Good Fine Ok - Gone feat. Transviolet (Official Live Video) [Ultra Music] Ultra Music

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Posted: 16 Jul 2019 09:47 AM PDT

Great Good Fine Ok - Gone feat. Transviolet (Official Live Video) [Ultra Music] Ultra Music


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Posted: 16 Jul 2019 09:47 AM PDT

Digitalb: “Unë Besoj - Të ndryshosh Shqipërinë” plus 5 more

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Posted: 16 Jul 2019 11:00 AM PDT

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Posted: 16 Jul 2019 10:48 AM PDT

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Posted: 16 Jul 2019 06:08 AM PDT

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Posted: 16 Jul 2019 06:07 AM PDT

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Posted: 16 Jul 2019 06:05 AM PDT

Digitalb: “Unë Besoj - Të ndryshosh Shqipërinë” plus 5 more


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Posted: 16 Jul 2019 11:00 AM PDT

Vazhdo të ëndërrosh!

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 10:48 AM PDT

15 Vjet DigitAlb - Koncerti (Recap)

Posted: 16 Jul 2019 06:08 AM PDT

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Posted: 16 Jul 2019 06:07 AM PDT

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Posted: 16 Jul 2019 06:05 AM PDT

“Gjin Dona - Zef Gjok Brunga i Fanit (Official Video HD)” plus 7 more ArkivaShqip

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