Family: Born to a Jewish immigrant father and the daughter of Jewish immigrant parents in Brooklyn, New York. First marriage to college sweetheart Deborah Shiling Messing in 1964 ended in divorce in 1966; had son Levi in 1969 with then girlfriend Susan Cambell Mott. Married Jone O'Meara in 1988 and considers her three children, all adults, his own. The couple have seven grandchildren. His older brother Larry is a former Green Party councilor in Oxfordshire, England. … [Read more...] about Last black candidate drops out of Democratic primary race: Former Massachusetts governor quits after getting just 0.4% of votes in New Hampshire
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#FBF Before the Rolls Royce Wraith was even a production, the Rolls Royce Coupe was the first to have the starlight headliner, but I forgot a lot of people wouldn’t know anything about that because some just started driving luxury cars. As you can see in this photo my Rolls Royce Ghost has the starlight headliner. … [Read more...] about Floyd Mayweather needs to return to boxing as he has run out of money, claims bitter rap rival 50 Cent
Weather Adverse weather conditions create visibility problems for both people and the sensors that power driverless technology. Rain can reduce the range and accuracy of laser-based Lidar sensors, obscure the vision of on-board cameras and create confusing reflections and glare. In a bid to improve the performance of driverless technology in soggy conditions, Google has started testing its cars on public roads near Seattle, where regular rain is guaranteed. … [Read more...] about Why self-driving cars aren’t safe yet: rain, roadworks and other obstacles
Joseph A Adesunloye, who is of Nigerian descent and is one of the young directors in the running for a new £50,000 award for the best emerging British film-maker, pinpointed the problem when he spoke recently about the need for unexpected platforms, in this case the South London Gallery in Camberwell, for showing his work. “It’s a really needed resource, to get African stories out there seen by the diaspora, but by others too. Because the important thing is just visibility; it breaks up this idea of this monolithic continent,” he said. Adesunloye’s new film, White Colour Black, will be shown at the LFF alongside films from the other three (white) finalists for the inaugural IWC Schaffhausen Filmmakers bursary award. … [Read more...] about Awards, high-profile stars, box-office hits: black cinema enters a new era
It’s an experiment that’s left regulators like the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Association scrambling to catch up, with no clear consensus on questions like, “how do you even test this software?” By the time they do, it’s likely that the technology will already be an accepted fact of life, its safety taken for granted by consumers, its failures written off as the fault of its error-prone human masters. … [Read more...] about Statistically, self-driving cars are about to kill someone. What happens next?