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|Overlooking Wild Goose Island | Glacier National Park
Instagram: Macala Elliott Photography
via the death of the summer by Michael Böhmländer / 500px
“fire in the NORTH SEA” - Sotra, Norway by jappern
Golden path by Hanson Mao(毛延延)
Traveling in Tokyo
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
The Guardian Readers’ Travel Photography Competition: September 2016|
|Technicolor down about 8% today, apparently because of a miss on the 3Q revenues. I am hoping to see a transcript of the call in due course but from a quick listen to the start yesterday it sounded like the main issues in Connected Home were:
o Mexican peso impacting orders from clients in 3Q and moving into 4Q;
o Indian digitisation process frozen again;
o Shortage with 1 key component supplier.
Not sure about the read-across to Arris. Arris manufactures in Mexico doesn't it? so the peso's problems may not have been such an issue for them.
Edit: just listened to some of the Q&A and it appears the analysts are very sceptical of Technicolor's ability to meet its full-year guidance - there is question after question on this despite continued statements from Technicolor that it is confident of meeting its guidance.|
|Technicolor reporting 3Q revenues this evening. I noticed the following statement about their Connected Home business:
"strong focus on execution in a market challenged by component shortages and international shipping disruptions"
Have to wait for any commentary coming out of the call to hear the details of the shortages and disruptions I suppose.
|From a couple of days ago - Liberty Global's acquisition of Multimedia Polska. More gateways and Horizon boxes needed and by the look of the release network infrastructure as well.
|Sorry! I mentioned Xmas!!|
|Must be close to Xmas very soon.|
|Worth a look to recap:
|Thanks clocktower. Just a quick menntion about the size of some of these pictures. If the look too large I resize them but some look ok until posted.
I never know their true size until posted.|
|Fab Photos F. :-)|
|Philip Jackson. 1944.
Winner of National Peace Sculpture Competition,
Manchester City Council, 1987.
Elected Fellow Royal Society of British Sculptors.
Semur en Auxois, Burgundy, France
Night in Petropavlovsk, Kamchatsky, Russia
This is my idea of getting high 💨 ~ Times Square, New York City by ai.visuals
Sydney, Australia by theinkedshooter
Aberdeen, Hong Kong|
|Results next week so we might need to wait until then to get (well) above $30.|
|Netflix / Comcast / X1
High praise on last night's earnings call from Reed Hastings (Netflix CEO) for the X1 box / interface:
"And the X1 is the most powerful CPU box we've ever seen in the MVPD space and so the percentage of streams that are HD and the UI is really spectacular. It's the best that we've ever seen."
From SeekingAlpha transcript.
|The Great Blue Hole is an underwater sinkhole off the coast of Belize. The hole is 1,000 feet across and 400 feet deep. It was formed as a limestone cave during the last ice-age.
An NY subway car, 5 years after it’s retirement. This is located in the Atlantic ocean, off the coast of Delaware to South Carolina. 2,500 cars were put there from 2007 - 2010 by the NY MTA.
natsu3390 - https://twitter.com/natsu3390 - https://natsu3390.tumblr.com/
Marvel Lake // Kyle Kuiper|
|Circular Natural Sculptures by Martin Hill
Environmental artist Martin Hill salvages the rummages of nature, such as leaves, branches and stones among other organic materials to create an installation series inspired by the profound metaphor of the circle
Artists Ray Villafane and Sue Beatrice teamed up to create this sand sculpture of an elephant playing chess with a mouse.
Pristine Stairways Of Museum Covered In A Splatter Of Rainbow Paint
Painter Leon Tarasewicz inserts bizarre paint splattered flights of stairs into the pristine exhibition halls of Warsaw’s National Gallery of Art, dramatically welcoming spectators with splashes of bright color with every step into the museum|
|And Away © by michaelcl1
Expo City © by photoevecolon
Dugong feeding on seagrass…|
|1gw - I know how you feel from past experience. I used to be with TD and moved to Nat West Stock Brokers only to find that a year or 2 later, that TDDI bought NWSB.
However, my experience with TD the second time around has been excellent and I too wish the same as you regarding the Interactive Investor takeover of TD.
From what I have seen of the 'II' web-site and trading platforms etc., I suggest that 'II' adopt the TDDI processes as much as they possibly can.|
|As is this:
"I am pleased to announce that TD Bank Group has reached an agreement, subject to regulatory and other approvals, to sell TD Direct Investing (TDDI) to Interactive Investor"
I'm just in the process of moving my II account to Barclays and the Arris shares in my Selftrade account to TD.
Let's hope they manage to get the good bits of TD into II or at least that it takes many months before they switch the TD systems over.
|Imperial ramp of Domitian opens to public
For the first time since it was discovered in 1900, a monumental ramp built by Emperor Domitian in Rome opened to the public on Tuesday, October 20th. (2015) Domitian built the ramp in the second half of the 1st century A.D. to connect the Roman Forum, the administrative and political heart of the city, to the imperial palace complex of the Palatine, the city’s center of power. With high walls flanked by storerooms, the imperial ramp went up seven levels with six turns between them and was as much as 35 meters (115 feet) high. Of the seven original ramps levels, four remain, but they are more than sufficient to convey the majesty of the space and the symbolic significance of the steep ascension from popular politics to imperial might…
Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland by scotts_shotz
Cume da Pedra da Gávea by placeswow
Tree with buttress roots in Wooroonooran National Park in Queensland, Australia.
Life is beautiful by gundogdugurkan
Vestrahorn © by RuneAskeland|
"The WorldBox partnership with Arris is particularly notable because only Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO) and Humax Co. Ltd. were listed as the chosen vendors for the first stage of WorldBox development. There were rumors all along that Arris would also get a piece of Charter's set-top pie, but nothing official ever surfaced. In today's announcement, Charter even emphasizes Arris' contribution to the downloadable security technology in WorldBox 2.0, which was one of the key aspects highlighted in Charter's original vendor agreement with Cisco."|
|Good news...Above $29...;-)|
|PR machine is working it seems|