Lack of Valverde: “Soccer is a contact sport and there are faults that have more or less impact on the result.” Lopetegui Evolution: “In each experience one has, he draws conclusions and grows. I have changed little, I have adapted experiences to be more complete. They all help you grow and improve.” Bad streak in Madrid: “We never look at statistics, neither positive nor non-positive ones. Our options will be in the game, not in the previous ones. No one is going to take away our desire to be able to make a good match”. Market: “The exits are due to a desire to leave and those of entry into a decision that we believe players can help us. En-Nesyri is a footballer of present and future. We are happy and it is one more. It is quite complete, is 22 years old and begins to show the potential it has. He has come to help us from the beginning. His best position I think is that of 9. It is a clear option to go to the Bernabéu. Low: “We try to give importance to those who are, who are going to try to make a great game.” Reference Camp Nou: “We try to face all the matches in the same way. We know what we have in front of us but nobody takes away the illusion and ambition of being the protagonist in a complicated scenario.” Hall: “We do it as we would any team.” Zidane: “He has done and is doing an extraordinary job and I refer to the tests. Nothing else I can add.” Reception: “I have always received affection and I have no problem, but I do not think that my person and my presence are important.” Nine change: “We are dealing with market issues inside doors. We are satisfied with the equipment we have and if any option appears, we will value it.” Valverde destination: “I can only highlight Ernesto’s great work and convey all the love in the world. “ Mentality: “The Bernabéu and Real Madrid demand the highest level in every way. To choose to win any game you have to do a lot of things well. The rival is going to take us to the limit and we have to be prepared to reach those limits. “ Return to the Bernabéu: “The center of attention will be the players who are the protagonists of this wonderful invention that is football. Both those of Sevilla and those of Real Madrid. I don’t think my return is important, once the referee whistles the spotlights will be in the game“. How does the team arrive ?: “With the enthusiasm and ambition to make a great game. We had a week of work to prepare the game against Real Madrid with more time“.
One of the facts Microsoft would rather forget about the Xbox 360 is how unreliable it has been over its lifetime. Early models were so unreliable the term Red Ring of Death (RRoD) became a popular term. Later generations of the console slowly got more reliable to the point where you hardly ever hear about RRoDs anymore, but those faulty machines cost Microsoft a lot of money and reputation points.With the Xbox One, Microsoft seems determined to ensure that doesn’t happen again, and it’s part of the reason we are getting a larger console.When you position the PS4 next to an Xbox One you can see their is a clear difference in size. The Xbox One is larger, but that’s apparently been done on purpose in a bid to not only make the next Xbox more reliable, but so that it can sit silently switched on under your TV for the next decade.Eurogamer has spoken to Microsoft insiders and developers using the Xbox One dev kits to confirm that the larger console design is on purpose. It has allowed Microsoft to build in much better heat dissipation while at the same time keeping the machine silent. And according to developers it really is completely silent. Without the power light you apparently can’t tell if it is powered on or not, and as the disc won’t be spinning when you play games, at least not very often, that should remain the case for the consumer units.Power use is also expected to fall well below the previous generation of consoles. The Xbox 360 started out using over 200W and then dropped down to as low as 115W as Microsoft released new hardware revisions. We could see the Xbox One draw at the lower end of that scale from launch.Regardless of what you think about Microsoft’s decisions to advertise an always-connected console and controlling used games sales (and subsequent u-turns), this time it looks as though they may have got the hardware right from the start. Anyone who has suffered through several RRoDs on Xbox 360s will certainly hope they have learned from past mistakes, at least.
On Sunday, December 3rd Eliot School families and partners gathered together to celebrate at the annual “Evening for Education” event. Our fundraising initiative “All in With Technology” is aimed at supporting the growth and development of the Eliot learning community with the enhancement of technology curricular, resources and tools. We are extremely excited to announce that this evening raised over $170,000 dollars towards this technology initiative.Eliot K-8 Innovation School Principal Traci Walker Griffith joins with il Molo’s Donato Frattaroli (2nd from right and local officials, State Senator Joe Boncore (far right) Rep. Aaron Michlewitz (left), former City Councilor Sal LaMattina (center).Principal Traci Walker Griffith spoke on behalf of the school to highlight the ways that students already engage with technology in the classroom, and shared the options of S.T.E.M. curricula and learning tools that could further enhance our students’ growth and development in this technological world.We were also privileged and proud to celebrate and honor our friend and city councilor Sal LaMattina for all of his hard work and dedication to making our students learning environment the very best. Sal has retired, but the Eliot School will remain forever grateful for his unwavering support for our community.*Advertisement* This event wouldn’t have been possible without the generosity of our friends Donato Frattaroli and his family at Il Molo restaurant, who opened their doors and created the perfect environment to socialize and indulge in delicious foods and meaningful conversations about the Eliot school and the North End community. Our fabulous friends from 90+ Cellars provided wonderful wines and our creative, hardworking event coordinator and proud Eliot School parent Jennifer McGivern and our corporate supporters, Matt Conti of Northendwaterfront.com, Collin Yip of Rafi Properties, Chris Young of MSA Mortgage, Charter Realty and Development, St. Joseph’s Society, the Von Sternberg Family Foundation and Michael Olson of Rhino Capital. The continuous support and care for the Eliot community is contagious and we are forever grateful for you and your hard word.Attendees at Eliot K-8 Innovation School “Evening for Education” — Il Molo RestaurantThe Eliot School would also like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the fabulous families and caring community members that continue to promote the growth and development of the Eliot School. We are truly lucky to be able to learn and work in the BEST community of Boston!