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Greg Kinzler, the student athlete, is a college senior in terms of academics, but it is just the second year on the team as he went to a different PSU Campus for the first two years of his engineering studies.
New site SKWIM.usshares our water safety quiz efforts and teach the basics of the game.
Everyone has to know this and be aware, as futures depend upon it.NCAA Eligibility PDF
“Programming could be much much easier most of the time. This unnecessary difficulty wastes the effort of professional programmers, but worse, prevents many people from programming at all. The problem is a nasty hairball of culture and technology and money that is not easily untangled”
Jonathan Edwards, the author of this article, remembers
HyperCard for “enabling millions of novices to build
Who said LiveCode lost sight of that? Oh, it was me.
Actually, I understand why RunRev (the former company name that publishes LiveCode) do not want to sell LiveCode as a HyperCard replacement.
LiveCode is multi-platform and this single fact set it apart from all previous x-talk languages.
In my humble opinion, the future of programming would be driven by artificial intelligence assistants and multiple ways of working and interfacing with the computer using voice, gaze interaction, gesture, motion, pointer, keyboard, etc…
How are all these artifical intelligence assistants, and various drivers needed for the various forms of input you suggest built?
I don’t think there are any magic beans around you can plant to have them appear.
Event runs from Thursday, August 9, 2018 to Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at the Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center, Tokyo, Japan.
Dates and times, all for the Olympic Channel.
One of Team USA Captains is Leah Smith, a swimmer from Pittsburgh by way of the JCC Sailfish, Oakland Catholic, UVA and now swimming as a professional and training in Tuscon, Arizona, when she isn’t at altitude.
Proceeds from the Historic South Side Home Tour help to fund initiatives and programs that make the South Side a more livable, beautiful and safe neighborhood. Through advocacy and collaboration, the South Side Community Council addresses the challenges facing our neighborhood ranging from public safety to parking to creating a thriving business district. Our programs, Green n’At and Graffiti Watch, help keep the community and our park areas vibrant and beautiful.
Mark Rauterkus Head Lifeguard, Swim Coach The Pittsburgh Project Mark@Rauterkus.com cell: 412-298-3432 Pittsburgh, PA, USA June 7, 2018
My life-long goal to further transform our aquatic settings and experiences in Pittsburgh, especially at The Pittsburgh Project’s swim pool, into an amazing, world-class center where everyone becomes an accomplished deep-water swimmers, competitive aquatic athletes with water polo and SKWIM, and aspires to become lifeguards.
Sadly, drowning is the leading cause of accidental death for children up to the age of four. For kids up to the age of 15, national statistics prove that drowning is the second leading cause of accidental death. Everyone needs clear understandings and respects for water safety in all sorts of conditions – even beyond swimming pools.
As the head lifeguard, I promise to do my best with our staff and patrons to demand safety at the pool.
At the pool, our quest centers on “playing well with others.” I aspire to Create Literate Olympians Here. Expect coaching, fitness, instruction, support and competitive challenges this summer. I’ve been a college swim and water polo coach for nine seasons. I have coached athletes who have broken state records in a few different states. I published more than 100-titles for cutting-edge sports participants, and I’m also the Executive Director of a SKWIM USA, a non-profit that is striving to build a Water-Safe, Water-Smart, and Water-Strong Community.
Let’s build additional opportunities for our kids, including year-round swimming for those interested. Your help and support is welcomed. Call, text or email any time. Mark@Rauterkus.com, 412-298-3432.
This summer I want to provide city kids with more than 300, free, competitive Swim Suits – while supplies last – value estimate $35 for a girls suit. But, these swim suits must be earned, in-person at the swim pool and on-line. This are completely OPTIONAL activities if kids and guardians are willing to participate.
First step, sign up: PLAY.CLOH.org. (includes a photo release) This begins the process of getting digital badges and online courses called “Get Your Feet Wet – Swimming,” and a SKWIM quizzes, Levels 1 to 4.
Save the dates: Guardians and parents are invited to the swim pool on Friday afternoons (after camp day ends) for SKWIM games with the kids. Drop in!
Thanks for your ongoing help.