WHITTIER – Whittier High School probably won’t be playing in next week’s CIF-Southern Section boys soccer playoffs. But the Cardinals weren’t exactly complaining Wednesday afternoon. Whittier, using a commitment to defense, instead was all smiles after scoring a 1-0 victory over host California in a Del Rio League game. The Cardinals, who scored the only goal on a header by Pablo Duarte, finished 7-8-2 overall and tied La Serna for fourth place, both with 4-4-2 league marks. California (11-8-1, 5-5), despite the loss, is the league’s No. 3 playoff representative by virtue of its five league wins. Whittier and La Serna, which tied Santa Fe on Wednesday, can receive at-large bids. “I’m very proud of my kids. They are very happy to beat Cal High,” said Whittier co-head coach Sal Mendoza, whose team swept the Condors in the season series. “This game was not big just because we had a shot at CIF, but we wanted to end the season with a win and beat a team like Cal High.” The Cardinals did it with defense. They held California to eight shots and constantly frustrated the Condors by controlling the middle of the field. “It was a hard day,” California coach Dave Rolfe said. “They shut the door on us. Once they got that goal (in the second half), they just packed it in.” The score in question came early in the second half. Mario Equer started the run by sending in a deep pass down the right sideline to Heder Guillen. The senior forward then dribbled in before launching a crossing pass to Duarte, who was in perfect position to head the ball to the left of goalie Johann Harich in the 42nd minute. Cal’s best chance came in the 66th minute on a throw-in by Michael Paz. The ball first bounced off goalie Gustavo Anaya, but Freddy Limon’s rebound shot was wide. “I did drop everybody back,” Mendoza said. “But I shifted over to Paz because I knew he could decide the game.” firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3061 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
To view the FB Event page; CLICK HERE FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Stage North Theatre Society is presenting the Addams family at the North Peace Cultural Centre.The upbeat, comedy about family, love and the dangers of keeping secrets will have six showtimes at the Cultural Centre.The classic Addams Family is known as the creepy and kooky, and altogether spooky family. For this show visit the family crypt for an annual gathering of family members (living, dead, and undecided) to celebrate what it is to be an Addams.- Advertisement -Stage North shares, Adult Wednesday Addams reveals a secret to her father Gomez on the same night that she brings home a normal boy and his family for dinner. Between the “normal” acting Addams Family and a normal family trying to be polite, hi-jinx ensue in hilarious scenes and musical numbers.Showtimes run from October 25th to November 2nd, 2019;Friday, October 25th, 2019 – 7:30 PM – 9:30 PMSaturday, October 26th, 2019 – 7:30 PM – 9:30 PMThursday, October 31st, 2019 – 7:30 PM – 9:30 PMFriday, November 1st, 2019 – 7:30 PM – 9:30 PMSaturday, November 2nd, 2019 – 2:00 – 4:00 PM / 7:30 PM – 9:30 pmFor tickets to the show; CLICK HEREAdvertisement
26 February 2007South African instant messaging service MXit has attracted more than three million users in under two years. Now, with buy-in from local media giant Naspers, the company is setting its sights on the international market.According to a company statement, MXit registered its three-millionth user on 29 January, is growing at a rate of between 9 000 and 12 000 new users a day, and is one of the largest generators of general packet radio service (GPRS) traffic in the country.“Our user base currently logs on to our servers more than six million times per day and the total traffic between our servers, mobile phones and other gateways is well over 500 million packets a day,” says CEO Herman Heunis, the Stellenbosch University graduate who created MXit Lifestyle in May 2005.“We are continually upgrading our servers and our ongoing commitment to infrastructure growth is massive.”Heunis expects the numbers to increase rapidly once the company rolls out its foreign operations.“We have recently established a premium rated payment gateway in the UK, as well as permanent infrastructure in USA, and are looking forward to an extended international presence by the end of 2007.”In December, the company launched a greeting card service featuring unique content over, sending over 660 000 cards at a cost of 10 cents a card.“To our knowledge, we offer the only service in South Africa where users can send greetings cards from their mobile phones via an instant messaging system,” says Heunis.Naspers buys inSuch has been MXit’s growth that South African multinational media group Naspers bought a 30% stake in the company for an undisclosed sum in January.Naspers has interests in print, pay-TV and internet operations in Africa, Brazil, Russia, India, China and Greece.“We are very excited about teaming up with a South African company that has such an extensive global footprint, not only in media but other technology sectors,” says Heunis.Heunis told Business Report that Naspers’s involvement in the company meant it could now expand into other countries at a faster pace than previously planned.According to Business Report, MXit aims to have 50 million customers internationally by the end of 2008. It currently has 400 000 international users.SouthAfrica.info reporter Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo material
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What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Last September we interviewed a number of User Experience experts from throughout the tech industry about what push notifications would mean for the iPhone. I think the most important response came from Aviel Ginzburg, UX guy at Seattle-based Untitled Startup, makers of Twitter bulk-conversation analysis tool RowFeeder. I think Ginzburg’s predictions for what iPhone push would mean to Twitter users have proven correct. Check them out and ask yourself, “ought not Android users be offered this as well?”“Those of us who have been using Twitter since the days that it was largely (entirely) text messaging driven perceive Twitter much differently than mainstream users.“Two days ago I was having coffee with a friend of mine, who has been on Twitter for a little over a year (tweets everyday, DMs, @replies people, and even owns an iphone w/Twitter for iPhone) and as my phone beeped over and over again, she asked me if something was wrong. I said no, I just get my DMs text messaged to my phone. Her response was, ‘you can do that?!’“She has been using Twitter like people use Facebook, as a way to consume (mainly) and share content in a ‘on your own time’ fashion. When she uses Twitter, she really uses it, but in controlled bursts when she is physically engaging.“The way that the site has been restructured in the past several months including the new search, celebrity, and brand focus, categories, featured tweets, promotions, etc have drawn in the mainstream in such a way that they aren’t perceiving Twitter in the way that the early adopters do – as a real-time communication platform that will one day replace text messaging, email, and even phone calls. Just look at the Twitter homepage… it’s a text media consumption site.“With the announcement of push notifications, they’re bringing the messaging platform core value proposition back to the forefront, and pushing the mainstream, who joined Twitter for entirely different reasons, to experience Twitter in the same way us early adopters do — as a real-time communication channel that you never disconnect from. The concern of course is: have these users really signed-up for entering a service where the are expected to be available and engaged at all times?“It may seem like a small and logical update (cut out the text messaging middle-man), but really, Twitter is going to be dramatically changing the way its mainstreams users experience and use Twitter.”We asked Twitter for any details about push on Android. Their response, “nothing to share right now.” Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology marshall kirkpatrick Twitter announced a new version of its app for Android today, which it says is now one of the top 5 most popular ways to access Twitter. The new version is easier to read updates on without having an account, has more granular search options and interface more like the one iPhone owners see.What may be most notable though is the abscence of new features. Twitter for iPhone got push notifications for @ mentions and direct messages a whole three months ago. Twitter said at the time that it hoped to add push to Android soon, but it’s not in this new version. Also missing: any ability to log in to multiple accounts. Other power-user features may or may not come to Twitter’s official app someday, but the abscence of official push notifications is a real loss.Twitter on Android does perform periodic polling for replies, but it’s not in real time like real push notifications and users complain about the cost to battery life.Perhaps Twitter aims its own app at the most mainstream of users, the people it imagines mostly reading Tweets from famous people and a few friends or family, and assumes the rest of us feature-hungry types will get our fix from 3rd party apps. That could be a good strategy. Tags:#mobile#web Related Posts