Music and podcast streaming service Spotify has been offering embeds for its shows and episode since years now, and it seems like Apple may finally catch up.For the latest tech news and reviews, follow Gadgets 360 on Twitter, Facebook, and Google News. For the latest videos on gadgets and tech, subscribe to our YouTube channel. Tanishka Sodhi Tanishka Sodhi is a sub-editor at Gadgets 360. As a journalist, she has covered education, culture, and media and mental health. She is interested in the intersection of technology and culture, and its impact on everyday lives. Tanishka is a staunch advocate of gender equality, and the correct use of commas. You can get in touch with her via Twitter at @tanishka_s2 or drop a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.More Apple will now let users embed podcasts from Apple Podcasts on the Web. Creators, listeners, and marketers can generate embed codes for any episode of the available podcasts on the platform. Embedded codes can be generated from the Apple Podcasts Marketing tools website or the Apple Podcast Preview pages on the Web. It is a responsive player and its width will automatically expand to fit mobile and desktop layouts.The Apple Podcast player can display either an individual episode, or a show with multiple episodes. The embed player will make it easier to find and listen to podcasts within articles and sites – users won’t have to leave the page to listen to the podcast. The player has navigational options and playback controls to play/pause, rewind by 15 seconds and forward by 30 seconds. The available timeline bar will help users jump parts.- Advertisement – To generate an Apple Podcast code, visit the Apple Podcasts Marketing Tools page. Type the name of the podcast or the specific episode that you want to embed in the search bar. Select the show or episode you want to embed from the options and click on the Copy link option or Copy Embed near the Podcast Player box. You can directly start listening to the podcast from the embedded podcast, without leaving the page. Here’s an example of what the embed looks like.The height and width of the embed is visible on the podcast player. There’s also an option to create a short link. As tweeted by Apple Podcast representative Zach Kahn, you can also click on the share icon on the top-right on the preview page on the Web and the embed symbol on the left.- Advertisement –
“The OJK has shamed us by stripping our right to vote despite acknowledging full well that we still hold a stake in Bank Bukopin,” he told The Jakarta Post over the phone, claiming that the company had been notified it was unable to vote when the meeting had started.“Given the circumstances, we plan on going to court to annul the decision made in the meeting, as the votes did not reached the 75 percent minimum threshold.”He also refused the private placement plan as Bank Bukopin already has enough capital to support its liquidity.The bank held an extraordinary general shareholders meeting on Tuesday seeking its shareholders’ consent to conduct a private placement. A majority of the shareholders agreed to the plan as it was aimed at further strengthening the bank’s capital structure and solve liquidity issues. Indonesian conglomerate PT Bosowa Corporindo plans to annul publicly listed Bank Bukopin’s private placement plan, claiming that the Financial Services Authority (OJK) has stripped its right to vote.The company also filed a lawsuit against the OJK at the Central Jakarta District Court on Monday, accusing the agency of violating the law by instructing Bank Bukopin to conduct a private placement.Bosowa president director Rudyanto said on Tuesday that the company’s representatives walked out of a shareholders’ meeting held to approve the placement plan after it was announced that Bosowa did not have the right to vote. The publicly listed bank was injected with a total of Rp 838.93 billion (US$57.25 million) in fresh funds following a rights issue in July, which brought the bank’s capital adequacy ratio (CAR) to 14 percent from 12.59 percent in June.It also gave the bank a new controlling shareholder, South Korea’s KB Kookmin Bank, whose stake rose to 33.9 percent from 22 percent. Existing controlling shareholder Bosowa also remained as Bank Bukopin’s controlling shareholder as it maintained its ownership at 23.4 percent.Despite the fact that Bosowa holds the second-largest stake in the bank, the OJK instructed state-owned Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI), which provides technical assistance for Bukopin to solve its liquidity problems, to vote in favor of the private placement on behalf of Bosowa.The decision came after the OJK sent a letter to Bosowa in June, warning it to not obstruct new investors from injecting funds into Bank Bukopin in an effort to solve the bank’s liquidity problems.Bank Bukopin’s liquidity issues and its shareholder commotion surfaced after customers in June were seen lining up for hours just to withdraw or transfer money at the bank’s branches. The bank was limiting daily withdrawals and requiring customers seeking to make withdrawals of more than Rp 10 million to contact the bank two days prior.Bank Bukopin later issued a statement, explaining that the withdrawal limits at several branches were “situational” and it would still allow customers to make transactions.The measure was taken as the bank’s consolidated short-term liquidity coverage, known as liquidity coverage ratio (LCR), stood at 112.03 percent in the first quarter, while its consolidated long-term liquidity coverage, known as the net stable funding rate (NSFR), stood at 100.31 percent. Both figures were nearing the OJK’s minimum threshold of 100 percent.Bank Bukopin president director Rivan A. Purwantono, however, declined to comment on the commotion on Tuesday, saying that the OJK deemed Bosowa had failed to fulfil its commitments as controlling shareholder.“In such a case, the OJK would punish the controlling shareholder by revoking its right to vote during a general shareholders’ meeting,” he said, adding that Bosowa would remain the bank’s shareholder regardless of the sanction. Topics :
212/93 Vasey Esplanade, Trinity Beach“With the additional buyer inquiry, property prices haven’t necessarily increased dramatically but the time on market to sell has shortened.More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days ago“We are seeing a lot of multiple offers on properties and great responses to auction properties. If you are considering selling, now is a sensational opportunity to do so.”Chief economist at realestate.com.au Nerida Conisbee agreed. 43 Monterey Street, Kewarra BeachNationally, inquiries on properties for sale grew 25 per cent.RE/MAX Real Estate Services Cairns senior sales associate Ray Murphy said this time of year was a “prime selling period”.“There are a lot of southern buyers visiting and looking at Cairns real estate,” he said. “The Cairns market is extremely affordable compared to southern markets, which makes purchasing an investment or relocating to Cairns extremely attractive to buyers. 6-8 Pannikin Street, Goldsborough“We saw it happen in Hobart. High demand from buyers drove prices up quickly and a lot of people missed the boat. “Right now, because the number of houses for sale is so low, those who are selling can almost name their price.“Buyers have an opportunity to capitalise on the bottom of the market and sellers can name their price …. These are really unique market conditions and they won’t last if prices jump as we head into spring. 43 Monterey Street, Kewarra Beach“Markets often change direction quickly and price growth can become unexpectedly strong in a very short period of time. If buyers are quick, they can jump into a suburb they wouldn’t have been able to afford just 18 months, but it won’t be long before prices … climb again.” Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:38Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:38 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreen5 tips for first home buyers01:39WINTER doesn’t just draw the southerners up for holidays, it also brings them up to pick up one of the Far North’s many stunning properties.Property searches on realestate.com.au grew 23 per cent year-on-year in Queensland, according to realestate.com.au statistics.It was above the national year-on-year growth of 19 per cent, with 94 million property searches each month. 6-8 Pannikin Street, Goldsborough“Lower prices, record-low interest rates and better access to finance is giving buyers a great opportunity to make the most of the current market conditions. In markets like these, sellers can name their price,” she said.“Buyers and sellers should start seeing the current market as an opportunity to capitalise. “Buyers are back in a big way, but they need to act quickly before prices start increasing in spring.
Ted A. Russell, 46, of Aurora passed away Friday, October 18, 2019 at Highpoint Health in Lawrenceburg. Ted was born Tuesday, June 5, 1973 in Indianapolis, Indiana, the son of Joseph and Ramona (Farmer) Russell. Ted worked in the warehouse for Amazon. He enjoyed fishing and was an avid sports fan.Ted is survived by his father Joe Russell of Aurora; mother Ramona Farmer of Florida; and brothers Rex and Jay Russell both of Florida.There are no services planned at this time. Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, Box 156, Moores Hill, IN 47032, (812)744-3280. You may go to www.sibbettmoore.com to leave an online condolence for the family.
Press Association The on-loan Chelsea full-back blasted his first Saints goal as Ronald Koeman’s men saw off QPR 2-1 at St Mary’s on Saturday. Bertrand has two England caps and a Champions League winners’ medal, but his season-long switch to Southampton is his ninth loan stint away from Chelsea. Captain Fonte believes Southampton can now help 25-year-old Bertrand force his way back into Roy Hodgson’s England plans. “I’ve been telling him a lot he needs to get forward, that he needs to start scoring goals to get in the England squad,” said Fonte. “He has the ability for that. He’s a great player and he’s been great for us so far. “He came and he gelled very well. Also, we want to keep pushing him so he can be better and better. “He’s a player with a great pedigree. “I think he’s enjoying it here: we gave him a lot of confidence, a lot of self-belief. “He’s matured now, he’s a little bit older and everything’s getting together for him. “I just hope he can keep pushing on, and I hope he can get in the England squad.” Southampton manager Koeman won 78 caps for Holland as a defender packing a goal threat, and he can see a kindred attacking spirit in Bertrand. The former Ajax and Barcelona defender said Bertrand now needs regular football to reach his potential. “We spoke about the possibilities after (Luke) Shaw went to United because we needed a player in that position,” said Koeman. “If you are a Chelsea player that means you have good quality but he missed playing regular games. “I like him as a player because he’s an offensive left full-back. “He has shown his qualities from the first day, but I expected this kind of quality. “All he needed was to play every weekend, and now he’s doing that it makes him stronger and more confident.” Ryan Bertrand can develop the goal threat to break back into the England squad, according to Southampton team-mate Jose Fonte.
Two Hernando County officers are reporting that they were forced to shoot a suspect who attempted to rob them when they responded to an advertisement for the sale of jet skies.The incident occurred at a home in Wildwood Sunday.According to the report, after responding to the advertisement, the off-duty officers met up with 19-year-old Terrance Jones Jr.Officials say Jones Jr. pulled out a gun on them and attempted to rob them. At that point, the officer identified themselves and pulled out their own weapons but Jones Jr. reportedly refused to drop his weapon. They then reported that Jones Jr. fired several shots in their direction and that’s when the officers fired back, striking him in the leg.During the investigation of the incident, the homeowner told authorities that he did not recognize Jones Jr. nor did he put up the jet skies for sale.Jones Jr. has since been taken into custody and charged with robbery, assault and other felonies. He is currently being held without bail.
By Frederick HalleyDEFENDING champions Guyana Softball Cricket Association(GFSCA) made it two in a row with a crushing nine-wicket victory over archrivals Regal All Stars Masters when the seventh edition of the Guyana Softball Cup climaxed at the Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) ground last evening.Set a moderate 102 for victory after restricting Regal for 101 for nine in their allotted 20 overs, GFSCA rushed to their target in 12.3 overs with opener Yunis Usuf unbeaten with an attractive 61, decorated with six fours and two sixes. Regal’s lone wicket was that of Ravi Lutchman who was bowled for five in the fourth over.Thereafter, it was the Usuf show as he singlehandedly took his team to victory and the coveted $600,000 first prize. Usuf shared an unbeaten stand of 76 with veteran Ramesh Narine (12) as the GFSCA players and supporters celebrated yet another victory over Regal after also defeating them in New York earlier this year.Earlier, Regal innings started disastrously after they were asked to take first strike, losing the wickets of the in-form Mahase Chunilall ((0), bowled by Clyde Canterbury and then Mahendra Hardyal (0), run out at the non-striker’s end without facing a delivery.Things got even worse when David Harper and skipper Mahendra Arjune ended up in the same crease as the former became the second run out victim with just four runs on the board in the second over.Arjune and Eon Abel (18) tried desperately to repair the innings, adding 45 for the fourth wicket before Abel departed. Thereafter, wickets fell at regular intervals as GFSCA kept a tight rein on the proceedings.Arjune eventually went, stumped for a top score of 30, the ball richocheting off the wicketkeeper’s foot unto the stumps. Raymond Harper (15) and Eric Thomas (11) had starts but failed to build on them as Regal were restricted to 101 for 9, a total that proved inadequate at the end.The game was marred by an injury to Regals’ David Harper, who was trying to retrieve a ball from the boundary and injured his shoulder and had to be taken to the hospital for treatment.Karibee girls started the day’s action by winning from Trophy Stall Angels by 12 runs, while Blairmont made it a double for Berbice by inflicting a crushing 88-run win over Georgetown Cricket Club in the Under-13 final, the first of its kind since the commencement of the tournament seven years ago.
However, Barca Spokesperson, Josep Vives, has since announced that the club won’t be paying any such fee as the player’s talks with PSG meant that he was in breach of certain stipulations.The club had previously revealed that a cheque in the aforementioned amount had been handed to a notary until the matter was resolved, but Vives says it’s now back at Barca.“The cheque is no longer with the notary, it’s at the club,” he said at a news conference“There were three conditions: one, that the player does not negotiate with another club in the last three months before July 31.“Two, that he will express publicly his commitment to fulfill his contract.“Three, the collection was to be made on September 1, to ensure that he did not go to another club.“Given these breaches, the club is not going to liquidate the cheque for his renewal.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram â€‹New Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar is considering taking former club Barcelona to task over money he believes is rightfully his.The Brazilian departed the Camp Nou for Paris last week, with Barca receiving the sum of Â£198m in exchange. But so far, the Catalan side has refused to pay the â‚¬26m loyalty bonus that the player and his camp were expecting to rake in.Neymar considering FIFA complaint against Barcelona over the unpaid Â£23m loyalty bonus told reporters on TuesdayÂ that he feels “very bad” over withheld payment.Reports suggest that Neymar and his father delayed his move to PSG in order to trigger said bonus, which would be owed after July 31.
Buchholz, King, Springer and Lili Winkelman went 1:54.90 to post the only time under two minutes in the meet-opening 200 medley relay, and following it up Buchholz won the 200 freestyle in 1:58.40, besting the field by nearly 13 seconds.A second title for Buchholz was earned in the 100 backstroke as, in 1:01.66, she inched closer to the state qualifying meet standard of 1:00.42, with Sophia Withey improving her best time of the fall by more than six seconds to 1:12.29 for eighth place.King got a victory of her own in the 100 butterfly, needing a season-best 1:02.84 to hold off South Lewis’ Kayley Walsh (1:03.35) as Amelia Musso gained fourth place in 1:06.60 and Hope Azzam was seventh in 1:11.78. Then, in the 500 freestyle, King set another season mark, winning in 5:39.99 as Marcella Buchholz took third place in 5:59.52. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Claiming the Section III Class C championship was sweet enough for the Skaneateles girls swim team. Doing so in front of a home crowd at the Community Center YMCA was even better.That’s what the Lakers did last Friday night, picking up 467 points, well clear of Lowville, who with 296 points claimed the runner-up spot as Cooperstown (256 points) edged Holland Patent (252 points) for third place.If there was a peak moment, it came in the 200-yard freestyle relay, where Skaneateles’ quartet of Elizabeth Springer, Caitlin Comer, Lily Buchholz and Grace King went one minute, 42.85 seconds to set a pool, school and sectional Class C meet record, more than eight seconds ahead of second-place Thousand Islands (1:51.44). Skaneateles went 1-2 in the 100 breaststroke, where Winkelman, in a clocking of 1:10.91, prevailed and Comer got second place in 1:13.03. Lilly Marquardt finished eighth in 1:20 flat. Winkelman went 2:26.95 in the 200 individual medley, second to Lowville’s Meredith Lovenduski (2:22.65). Winkelman, Comer, Musso and Sophia Soprano were third in the 400 freestyle relay in 4:07.89.Right after, in the 50 freestyle, Springer took second place in 25.48 seconds, right behind Holland Patent’s Maggie McGuire (25.31) as Lexis Cottrill was sixth in 27.49 seconds. Moving to the 100 freestyle, Springer went 56.95 seconds and Comer posted 57.53 to finish second and third, respectively, behind McGuire’s winning 55.78.Cottrill had competed the day before in the Class C sectional diving competition at Nottingham High School, where she finished fifth as Carlee Pitman, with 340.05 points, was second to the 354 points from Beaver River’s Emma Dicob.For West Genesee, the big story of sectional championship weekend was seeing its 200 freestyle relay team qualify for the Nov. 22-23 state championships at Ithaca College.It came in Sunday’s overall sectional meet. Competing in the race before the finals, Hannah Murdock, Anna Ivery, Victoria Senus and Adriana Gill tore to a time of 1:41.60 which beat the state qualifying standard by nine-hundredths of a second.Two days earlier, in the sectional Class A meet, Murdock, a freshman, finished third in the 500 freestyle, her time of 5:40.43 improving by more than six seconds her 5:47.06 from the fall. She was also seventh in the 50 freestyle.Devon Burnside got to fourth place in the 100 breaststroke in a season-best 1:12.88 as Gill finished ninth in 1:20.13. Allison Putnam was eighth in the 100 backstroke.In the 200 medley relay, Murdock, Ivery, Burnside and Taylor McFadden and went 1:57.63 to get fourth place in Class A, improving to 1:56.27 at the state qualifier to get sixth place in that race.Gill, McFadden, Senus and Putnam would finish fourth in Class A in the 400 freestyle relay in 3:59.39, then improve to 3:57.36 in the overall meet to take ninth place.As for Skaneateles at the state qualifier, Lily Buchholz rose to third place in the 200 freestyle in 1:58.66 and finished fifth in the 100 backstroke in 1:03.47.King was eighth in the 100 butterfly in 1:06.11 and also took eighth in the 500 freestyle in 5:44.85. She also helped Buchholz, Comer and Springer finish sixth in the 200 freestyle relay in 1;44.55 as Winkelman got eighth place in the 100 breaststroke in 1:12.57.In the Class B sectional meet at Nottingham, Westhill had Allison Lyons take 10th place in the 500 freestyle in 5:58.95. Lauren Lyons finished 10th in the 100 backstroke in 1:10.12 and was 11th in the 50 freestyle in 27.40 seconds. The Lyons sisters, along with Alexis Johnson and Annie Fitzgerald, were ninth in the 200 medley relay in 2:10.74 and ninth in the 200 freestyle relay in 1:56.03.At that same meet, Marcellus swimmer Grace Femano was seventh in the 100 backstroke in 1:07.36, took eighth place in the 50 freestyle in 26.69 seconds. Tags: girls swimmingskaneatelesWest Genesee
Shafer publicly introduces new coordinators, assistants from past jobs at Northern Illinois, Western Michigan
Scott Shafer reached into his coaching past to build his new staff at Syracuse. The Orange’s new head coach hired coaches who share his football values and philosophies, but also on-field systems and schemes.Shafer introduced the bulk of his staff at a press conference Monday in the Iocolano-Petty Football Wing of Manley Field House. He hired George McDonald as his offensive coordinator and Chuck Bullough as his defensive coordinator. Shafer also named DeAndre Smith as his running backs coach, Tim Lester his quarterbacks coach and Clark Lea his linebackers coach.“It’s great to get the band back together with people that have the same philosophical view on how you develop a young man through this great sport,” Shafer said.McDonald worked with Shafer at Northern Illinois and Western Michigan. McDonald was hired as Arkansas’ wide receivers coach in December after spending two seasons at Miami (Fla.) in the same role, but left the Razorbacks only a few weeks later to join Shafer.“I’ve been chasing this dream for a long time. I’m very excited to be here,” McDonald said. “This has been my dream, to be an offensive coordinator.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFormer Syracuse offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett left the Orange early this month to join Doug Marrone and the Buffalo Bills, but his system will remain in place. McDonald and Hackett worked together at Stanford and developed a philosophy together on how to learn offense.McDonald said Hackett was in town last night to visit his family, and they had a chance to speak. But McDonald said they’ve always spoken about once a month.While he’ll have a new-look offense with the Orange, McDonald said Hackett brought the assistants here for a reason.“There’s really good wide receivers here, maybe some that nobody knows about. There’s really good quarterbacks here, maybe some that nobody knows about,” McDonald said. “I think this is exciting to me because you actually get to come in on the ground floor and develop a quarterback, develop a receiver.”McDonald said he’ll keep the up-tempo offensive approach, but will also build an offense that’s physical.McDonald also brings a strong recruiting background to Syracuse. With his coaching at Miami, he knows the coveted South Florida area well, a place where the Orange has recruited in the past. McDonald was also named a top-25 recruiter by Rivals.com, and Miami’s Class of 2012 was ranked eighth nationally by ESPN.com.Bullough spent the last two seasons as a defensive assistant with the Cleveland Browns. He was the linebackers coach at UCLA from 2006-2008 and the Bruins’ defensive coordinator in 2009 and 2010.The Bruins’ defense struggled in 2010, giving up an average of 30 points per game in UCLA’s 4-8 season. Rick Neuheisel fired Bullough after the season, and told reporters he wanted the Bruins to use a 3-4 scheme, not Bullough’s 4-3.Bullough was also the linebackers coach at Western Michigan in 2005, when Shafer was the Broncos’ defensive coordinator. He said his defensive scheme will look a lot like the one Shafer has run for the last four seasons.“It’ll be very familiar. We’re both 4-3. We both have the third-down package, it’s going to look very familiar,” Bullough said. “ … It’ll look the same, but there will be little things in there obviously.”Lester, Syracuse’s new quarterbacks coach, spent the last five seasons as the head coach at Division-III Elmhurst College in Illinois. Lester was the quarterbacks coach at Western Michigan in 2005 and 2006.He said Monday he hasn’t seen much of the quarterbacks already on the roster, but is planning on calling Hackett to get more information about them.One of Lester’s first tasks will be to develop the Orange’s next starting quarterback, with Ryan Nassib graduating after a record-breaking season.“Playing a first-time starter is not easy, but it can be done. It can be done successfully. You see it in the NFL, you see it in college,” Lester said. “I’m excited to get to work with those guys physically and mentally as soon as we get done with recruiting.”Shafer and his new coaches have been on the road recruiting, which will wrap up with signing day Feb. 6. They’ll get to know their players better after that, and perhaps most importantly, learn the Atlantic Coast Conference.“Obviously, going into the ACC, we’re going to have our work cut out for us,” Bullough said, “but we’re going to be ready for that.” Comments Published on January 22, 2013 at 2:00 am Contact Chris: email@example.com | @chris_iseman Facebook Twitter Google+