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  • Capturing the essence of “Kopkari,” a stunning Uzbek sport

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    Leticia Roncero
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Erik Peterson is a Canadian photographer living in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, where he’s been documenting Uzbek culture and traditions for the last few years. His photos capture unique moments of reunion and celebration, such as “Kopkari,” a national sport where the objective is for a rider to grab a beheaded goat and be the first of a large group of horsemen to throw it into a scoring circle . Erik traveled to Uzbekistan to be with his wife, a teacher who had been working overseas for a long time. Before the couple’s move, Erik was doing freelance photography in Canada and shooting bike…
  • One Week Left for the Upgrade Assessment Discount

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    Matthew Lewis
    24 Jun 2015 | 2:40 pm
    By now, you may have watched the upgrade webinar that explores Zimbra Collaboration’s three upgrade methods. With only one week left before the upgrade assessment discount expires, we want to share some tips an email sysadmin might find useful. Have good backups. Update your operating system. You can use yum to update Red Hat and CentOS Linux before updating Zimbra. Install LibreOffice before upgrading Zimbra on a new mailbox server. As of Zimbra Collaboration 8.6, you can take advantage of LibreOffice for high-fidelity document preview in web browsers. Pre-installing it will help simplify…
  • Quantifying Uncertainty In Yahoo

    Yahoo! News
    2 Jul 2015 | 1:25 pm
    If you're a frequent reader of this site , you're likely well-aware of the events surrounding Yahoo!'s Alibaba SpinOff situation. If you've been living under a financial rock for the past year, Yahoo! was an early investor in Chinese e-commerce giant, Alibaba.
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  • Capturing the essence of “Kopkari,” a stunning Uzbek sport

    Leticia Roncero
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Erik Peterson is a Canadian photographer living in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, where he’s been documenting Uzbek culture and traditions for the last few years. His photos capture unique moments of reunion and celebration, such as “Kopkari,” a national sport where the objective is for a rider to grab a beheaded goat and be the first of a large group of horsemen to throw it into a scoring circle . Erik traveled to Uzbekistan to be with his wife, a teacher who had been working overseas for a long time. Before the couple’s move, Erik was doing freelance photography in Canada and shooting bike…
  • Twitter Tuesday: The Alley Selection

    Leticia Roncero
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Thank you to all the Flickr users who participated in this #TwitterTuesday under the theme #Alley. Your submissions were fantastic and we had a very hard time selecting the images to showcase today. We received photos of alleys from all over the world and they were all special and charming. You can see them all in our Twitter feed. Here is our selection! Be sure to check out next week’s challenge…
  • Travel buddies

    Tatiana Criscione
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Not everyone enjoys selfies when travelling. But everyone loves travelling! So how can you show your creativity with wonderful landscapes while on the road? Some people have the solution for you, and it looks really cute: travel buddies. Check our gallery of travel buddies here on Flickr. Be sure to share your own pictures in the gallery’s comments section and get inspired for your next trip!
  • Photos reveal a side of cosplayers you won’t see at Comic Con

    Ryan Fritzsche
    30 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Like many people, portrait photographer Corey Hayes enjoyed comic books as a kid but hadn’t been particularly interested in them as an adult. So when he attended New York Comic Con in 2008, he was looking forward to revisiting his youth, and curious to see what it was like. But as soon as he saw how the “cosplayers” — fans costumed as their favorite comic, film, or anime characters — attracted the other attendees, he knew he had found a photographic story waiting to be told. (Scroll to the bottom of this article for a bonus video with Corey) “The reaction that the attendees had to…
  • Twitter Tuesday: Alley

    Leticia Roncero
    30 Jun 2015 | 12:26 am
    Alleys don’t have a great reputation but they do have special charm. Today we want you to show us the different sights of them! Scan your archives, make your choice, and tweet it to @Flickr, adding #TwitterTuesday #Alley. We’ll showcase the best ones on the Flickr Blog tomorrow. http://www.twitter.com/flickr Photo CC-BY from Miguel Virkkunen Carvalho (flic.kr/p/ewQ9DL)
 
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  • One Week Left for the Upgrade Assessment Discount

    Matthew Lewis
    24 Jun 2015 | 2:40 pm
    By now, you may have watched the upgrade webinar that explores Zimbra Collaboration’s three upgrade methods. With only one week left before the upgrade assessment discount expires, we want to share some tips an email sysadmin might find useful. Have good backups. Update your operating system. You can use yum to update Red Hat and CentOS Linux before updating Zimbra. Install LibreOffice before upgrading Zimbra on a new mailbox server. As of Zimbra Collaboration 8.6, you can take advantage of LibreOffice for high-fidelity document preview in web browsers. Pre-installing it will help simplify…
  • Upgrade Assessment Savings Expire in 3 Weeks

    Matthew Lewis
    11 Jun 2015 | 7:53 am
    For a limited time, customers who purchase an Upgrade Assessment from Zimbra Professional Services will be eligible to receive a discount (valued at up to $5,000) on related implementation services through Zimbra Professional Services. Sign up by July 1, 2015. The Zimbra Collaboration Upgrade Assessment, delivered by Zimbra Certified Professionals, provides expert recommendations, best practices, and planning tools for upgrading your Zimbra Collaboration implementation to the latest release. A Zimbra expert will conduct online workshops and provide expert Q&A with your IT team to review…
  • Free, On-demand Webinar: Zimbra Web Client for End Users

    Jorge de la Cruz
    27 May 2015 | 1:42 am
    We are happy to announce that we have a new on-demand webinar, “Zimbra Web Client for End Users” . This 2-hour webinar covers all the basics of Zimbra, plus in-depth looks at preferences, sharing and filters. Watch this free, on-demand webinar by Gayle Billat, Services Training Manager at Zimbra. Also, you can see more resources and training in the links below. The post Free, On-demand Webinar: Zimbra Web Client for End Users appeared first on Zimbra : Blog.
  • Logjam’s Impact on Zimbra Collaboration

    Matthew Lewis
    20 May 2015 | 2:36 pm
    Zimbra is aware of a newly disclosed SSL/TLS vulnerability that provides a potential malicious actor with a method to perform a Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attack — the vulnerability is referred to as Logjam. Similar to FREAK, this attack targets export-grade encryption, specifically Diffie-Hellman key exchanges. For more information on the attack and how this applies to Zimbra, please head over to the security group. **UPDATE** For 8.0.x customers: In 8.0.x, Java 1.7 is used. Unfortunately, in Java 1.7, the DH parameters are hard-coded to 768 bits (excluding when using export cipher suites,…
  • Get Help Upgrading Zimbra Collaboration

    Matthew Lewis
    19 May 2015 | 8:31 am
    Need help upgrading Zimbra Collaboration 7.x to the latest release? Watch this free online training course and learn about: New features for IT such as rolling upgrades and auto provisioning User enhancements including new clients and accessibility support for mail How to upgrade Zimbra Collaboration using a rolling upgrade process Other upgrade methods including Rsync and full migration Watch the on-demand training video now for help upgrading from Zimbra Collaboration 7.x to Zimbra Collaboration 8.x. Now that support has ended for Zimbra Collaboration Server 7.x, there’s never been a…
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  • Quantifying Uncertainty In Yahoo

    2 Jul 2015 | 1:25 pm
    If you're a frequent reader of this site , you're likely well-aware of the events surrounding Yahoo!'s Alibaba SpinOff situation. If you've been living under a financial rock for the past year, Yahoo! was an early investor in Chinese e-commerce giant, Alibaba.
  • Yahoo! Search Testing Google Search Results

    1 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    I am uncertain to what degree they are testing search results from Google, but on some web browsers I am seeing Yahoo! organics and ads powered by Bing & in other browsers I am seeing Yahoo! organics and ads powered by Google. Here are a couple screenshots.
  • Stocks finish higher; Phil Knight stepping down from Nike; ruling against Apple upheld: P.M. Business News Links

    1 Jul 2015 | 6:54 am
    Yahoo Inc. chairman Terry Semel, left, and Nike chairman Phil Knight arrive at the annual Allen and Co.' s media conference Thursday, July 12, 2007, in Sun Valley, Idaho.
  • Facebook Poaches Yahoo's Security...

    1 Jul 2015 | 2:46 am
    Facebook has hired Alex Stamos, Yahoo's chief information security officer, as the social network's new chief security officer. Stamos was running Yahoo Mail's new end-to-end encryption service, which makes consumer emails more secure by encrypting messages in transit.
  • Terminally Ill Single Mom Christy O'Donnell: I'm a Conservative...

    30 Jun 2015 | 3:37 pm
    Terminally ill single mom Christy O'Donnell doesn't feel conflicted about being a spokesperson for the right-to-die movement because she is both conservative and a Christian. "I've reconciled my own religious beliefs with this decision," O'Donnell, 46, tells Yahoo's Global News Anchor Katie Couric in an interview posting Wednesday on Yahoo News .
 
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