PUBLISHED: 18:30 03 July 2019 Andrew Clarke Ipswich Music Day celebrates local musical talent in Christchurch Park Ipswich this Sunday (c) copyright citizenside.com Ipswich Music Day is one of the great music events of the year. It's a huge celebration of local talent and has much to attract families and music fans of all ages. Here is this year's line-up. Large crowds are always drawn to all of the stages at Ipswich Music Day Picture: PETER CUTTSIt's the largest free music event in the country and Ipswich Music Day returns to Christchurch Park on Sunday July 7 for its 29th year. There are six stages of live entertainment and music from a diverse range of home-grown musical talent from experienced performers to fresh-faced upcoming artists. The nation's largest musical community get-together is held each year on Christchurch Park and its a place where families and music fans can mingle and enjoy the creative energy produced by a vast musical mix. You may … [Read more...] about Ipswich Music Day line-up 2019: All you need to know
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Kim Komando Special to USA TODAY Published 5:00 AM EDT Jun 13, 2019 Daily necessities are vanishing one by one, thanks to new and efficient technology. Stamps, maps, and cookbooks still exist, but we hardly ever need them. Why place a personals ad when you can just “swipe left?” The standard electronics, gear, and ways of yesteryear have vanished as if it was never invented at all. As old formats disappear, that leaves us with the task of what to do with our memories. Tap or click here for the steps you need to bring your old videos, photos, and music into today's digital age. Even services that seem new are vanishing in the name of progress; Apple is killing off iTunes and here’s what it means to your music and movies. Here are some rituals that are no longer required in many households. If you’re 40 years or older, you’ll probably smile with nostalgia. Share this list on social media. Others will enjoy this trip down memory lane too! 1. Memorize a … [Read more...] about Everyday tasks that few people do anymore because of technology.
Special Report PUBLISHED: 06:00 26 April 2019 Jessica Frank-Keyes The fishing boats pulled up on the beach at Cromer. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Copyright: Archant 2019 The EDP’s Your Town project is casting a close eye on life in some of our region’s biggest towns. Reporter Jessica Frank-Keyes takes a look at the place best known as the gem of the north Norfolk coast: Cromer. Hilary Cox, district councillor for Cromer and leisure portfolio holder (left), with Cromer Pier general manager Francis Gildea, pictured on Cromer Pier. Photo: Jessica Frank-KeyesNestled on the Norfolk coastline, Cromer is famed for its seaside charm and holiday atmosphere.The pastel fishing cottages and world famous Cromer crab saw the town dubbed “a very 1902 kind of place” by a national newspaper earlier this year. But beneath the sunny face of it, lies a community with a strong sense of its identity and heritage, coupled with a push to adapt to face … [Read more...] about Your Town: What residents really think of Cromer
Technology 15 April 2019 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-47933530 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel A revamp of the EU's copyright rules has passed its final hurdle and will now come into law.The rules include a section known as Article … [Read more...] about UK helps push through EU copyright revamp
AROUND 19 IN every 20 European internet searches are carried out on Google. Not those done by Margrethe Vestager. The European Union’s competition chief says she mostly looks stuff up on Qwant, which prides itself on not tracking users in the manner its larger rival does. Forget also Google Maps, or Gmail, or any other product from the Alphabet stable: “I have better alternatives that provide me with more privacy,” the Danish politician recently told a crowd at SXSW, an annual festival of tech, music and thought in Austin, Texas. Ms Vestager is hardly at the vanguard of a movement: even in its domestic French market, Qwant has less than 1% market share. Nor, at first, might her focus on privacy seem linked to her trustbusting brief. But, as she has explained, popular services like Facebook use their customers as part of the “production machinery”. You may not pay in cash to like a friend’s pictures, or every time you ask Alexa what a … [Read more...] about Big tech faces competition and privacy concerns in Brussels