Craft app – Little Anns http://little-anns.com/ Fri, 30 Sep 2022 01:16:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://little-anns.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/little-120x120.png Craft app – Little Anns http://little-anns.com/ 32 32 Blockchain App Factory’s Metaverse Development Is A Blockbuster, Says Top Web3 Communities https://little-anns.com/blockchain-app-factorys-metaverse-development-is-a-blockbuster-says-top-web3-communities/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 13:53:00 +0000 https://little-anns.com/blockchain-app-factorys-metaverse-development-is-a-blockbuster-says-top-web3-communities/ Blockchain App Factory, a pioneer of Web3 enterprise services, has now delved into developing metaverses that could provide answers for many use cases. CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA, September 29, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Blockchain App Factory, a leading Web3 application development company, now offers advanced metaverse development services with its professional experience. The company as a […]]]>

Blockchain App Factory, a pioneer of Web3 enterprise services, has now delved into developing metaverses that could provide answers for many use cases.

CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA, September 29, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Blockchain App Factory, a leading Web3 application development company, now offers advanced metaverse development services with its professional experience. The company as a whole provides end-to-end Web3-related enterprise services, including consulting, development, marketing and support to its global customer base. The stature of the company is expected to rise after its jump into metaverse development.

Metaverses are virtual worlds where people can interact with others regardless of location constraints through awesome digital avatars. These platforms allow other startups to grow their businesses on their infrastructure, resulting in smooth, person-controlled economies. Many businesses, including NFT Marketplaces, NFT Play-to-Earn Games, Event Spaces, Workplaces, and Education Spaces, can be integrated with these platforms to take advantage of the larger ecosystems.

● Metaverse NFT Marketplaces

Metaverse NFT marketplaces are an important application in the development of the metaverse as they help to trade products backed by non-fungible tokens. The unique importance of these platforms is that they provide immersive experiences through the use of extended reality (XR) technology and artificial intelligence (AI). Blockchain App Factory helps companies create exotic metaverse NFT marketplaces.

● Metaverse event spaces

The popularity of metaverse development has skyrocketed following the craze for world-based virtual events. With the expertise of Blockchain App Factory, event spaces for meetings, conferences, concerts, shows, and other functions can be built seamlessly on various metaverses. Such platforms could change the future of humanity for the better as they can abolish location constraints by allowing people around the world to attend events together.

● Metaverse workspaces

Blockchain App Factory professionals realized the potential of metaverse workspaces as extended shutdowns due to the global pandemic restricted physical movement. Due to the firm metaverse development expertisehe has been able to create feature-rich virtual workspaces that help bring remote employees together and provide a sense of belonging to a real office environment, increasing their productivity reflected in the growth of the company.

● Metaverse payment solutions

While payment in metaverse development apps tends to be decentralized (at least in theory), metaverse payment solutions are a necessity during the transition phase from Web2 to Web3. A basic feature of metaverses is that they use crypto tokens for payment, which necessitates such decentralized solutions that process blockchain-based payments without taxing much energy from users.

● Metaverse simulations

Perhaps the earliest applications of metaverse development, metaverse simulations, help create digital twins that can be tested in immersive environments to arrive at results that wouldn’t be possible in the real world. Blockchain App Factory has already innovated several projects related to these applications. These can be used for research studies in various industries to improve the quality of research.

● Metaverse healthcare solutions

As another innovative approach of Blockchain App Factory in metaverse development, metaverse healthcare solutions provide the medical field with more capabilities. These solutions can be used for training, consultation, rehabilitation, therapy, surgery, etc. The immersive nature of these applications of the digital world improves the quality of treatment for patients, which preserves the reputation of hospitals in the Web3 space.

● Metaverse game spaces

While the Play-to-Earn and Move-to-Earn mechanics transformed the gaming industry forever, implementing metaverse development principles has proven beneficial. Blockchain App Factory’s expertise in web3 game development, combined with its skills in the metaverse, has resulted in many innovative metaverse gaming spaces that could make professional gaming a viable career. These can be created for all game genres, providing players with immersive experiences.

● Metaverse Social Spaces

In the age of social media, metaverse social spaces have become the subject of how people would spend their time online for the foreseeable future. Blockchain App Factory metaverse development experts can create social media spaces on these virtual worlds that provide immersive experiences that offer more than scrolling feeds. Since imagination is limitless, there are no restrictions on these platforms.

● Metaverse apps

Apart from all the platforms mentioned above, Blockchain App Factory’s versatile metaverse development group can create platforms that meet the unique business needs of these virtual worlds. Such development campaigns can be based on platforms inside metaverses or entire virtual worlds. Several brands and startups have benefited from the company’s services related to building such applications from scratch on various blockchains.

● 3D spaces

The 3D spaces created by Blockchain App Factory for its clients resemble those for events and remote work but differ in their use. The template can be customized to suit business needs such as banking, education, training, travel, or sightseeing. The company’s metaverse development professionals can realize new Web3 business ideas using their domain expertise.

● Decentralized applications

While decentralized applications (DApps) might be a staple in the Web3 space, bringing them as metaverse development projects has been difficult because the metaverse is a relatively new phenomenon. Blockchain App Factory experts can build decentralized apps for metaverse-focused Web3 businesses. Integrating advanced features that make them accessible to users is the main goal of DApps built on metaverse apps.

Therefore, given the advancements in metaverse technology over the past few years, it is obvious that metaverses have become a new favorite for budding businesses. These virtual worlds have much more untapped potential, which could be revealed over time. With Blockchain App Factory making rapid progress in developing the metaverse, this could be the perfect time for entrepreneurs to bring their new ideas to the Web3 domain. Put on your thinking hat now to gather your ideas and build an empire on the metaverse!

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Security Researchers Find Ten iOS Adware Apps in the App Store Engaging in Ad Fraud https://little-anns.com/security-researchers-find-ten-ios-adware-apps-in-the-app-store-engaging-in-ad-fraud/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 16:30:00 +0000 https://little-anns.com/security-researchers-find-ten-ios-adware-apps-in-the-app-store-engaging-in-ad-fraud/ Security researchers discovered 10 adware apps in the iOS App Store that engaged in ad fraud. Once downloaded, these apps generated revenue by impersonating legitimate apps and ad impressions. Adware iOS apps are both visible and hidden According ringing computer, 10 different iOS apps flooded users with both visible and hidden advertisements. With 75 Android […]]]>

Security researchers discovered 10 adware apps in the iOS App Store that engaged in ad fraud. Once downloaded, these apps generated revenue by impersonating legitimate apps and ad impressions.

Adware iOS apps are both visible and hidden

According ringing computer, 10 different iOS apps flooded users with both visible and hidden advertisements. With 75 Android apps, iOS apps reached a total of 13 million installs.

The Satori Threat Intelligence team from security research firm HUMAN discovered the rogue adware iOS apps. The company has named the new ad fraud campaign “Scylla”. The team believes Scylla is the third wave of an ad fraud campaign that the company first uncovered in August 2019. The research firm named the campaign’s first and second wave, respectively, “Poseidon” and Charybdis”. Charybdis, the second wave, was discovered during the latter part of 2020.

Realizing the threat of these apps to users, the Satori team contacted Apple and Google to inform them of the adware apps. Both companies removed the apps from their respective app stores. However, for iOS users who may have already installed the adware iOS apps on their devices, Apple has not provided details on how to remove them. The research company recommended users to remove the apps from their iOS devices.

10 scam apps you need to remove now

Here are the 10 fraudulent iOS apps:

  • Loot the castle – com.loot.rcastle.fight.battle (id1602634568)
  • Run Bridge – com.run.bridge.race (id1584737005)
  • Shining gun – com.shinning.gun.ios (id1588037078)
  • Racing Legend 3D – com.racing.legend.like (id1589579456)
  • Rope runner – com.rope.runner.family (id1614987707)
  • Woodcarver – com.wood.sculptor.cutter (id1603211466)
  • Firewall – com.fire.wall.poptit (id1540542924)
  • Ninja critical hit – wger.ninjacriticalhit.ios (id1514055403)
  • Tony Runs – com.TonyRuns.game

BeepComputer also noted the difficulty of detecting and reverse engineering fraudulent apps. He advises users to monitor their apps for malicious or unwanted activity by looking for certain signs that usually indicate a problem. These include rapid battery drain and increased internet data usage. Another precautionary measure is to remove apps that users don’t remember installing at all.

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Today’s best Mac and iOS app deals: Forager, Crying Suns, and more https://little-anns.com/todays-best-mac-and-ios-app-deals-forager-crying-suns-and-more/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 13:45:52 +0000 https://little-anns.com/todays-best-mac-and-ios-app-deals-forager-crying-suns-and-more/ It’s time to round up all of Friday’s best Mac and iOS app deals to head into the weekend. If you’re not upgrading to the latest handset, all of Apple’s official iPhone 13 series cases are now on sale on Amazon to join the first-ever price drop on Apple Watch SE 2 deals we’re still […]]]>

It’s time to round up all of Friday’s best Mac and iOS app deals to head into the weekend. If you’re not upgrading to the latest handset, all of Apple’s official iPhone 13 series cases are now on sale on Amazon to join the first-ever price drop on Apple Watch SE 2 deals we’re still tracking on the latest iPad Air 5, and everything you’ll find here. As far as apps go, today’s discounted collection is headlined by titles like Forager, Crying Suns, Worms, This War of Mine, Escapists 1 & 2, Slay the Spire, and more. Head under the fold for a full rundown of today’s best Mac and iOS app deals.

Today’s best iOS app deals:

Universal iOS: Invading Horde: FREE (Reg. $1)

Universal iOS: Weeping Suns: $6 (Reg. $9)

Universal iOS: Forager: $6 (Reg. $8)

Universal iOS: Shoot down the arrow: $8 (Reg. $10)

Universal iOS: This mine war: $2 (Reg. $14)

Universal iOS: The Escapees: Prison Escape: $1 (Reg. $5)

Universal iOS: Escapists 2: Pocket Escape: $1 (Reg. $7)

Universal iOS: Tower of Fortune 4: $2 (Reg. $3)

Mac: To special edition: $1 (Reg. $10)

Mac: Worms Revolution – Deluxe Edition: $1 (reg. $11)

Today’s best game deals: Zelda Skyward Sword HD drops to $38.50 at Amazon, more


More still-living iOS apps:

Universal iOS: after FÒCUS: FREE (Reg. $1)

Universal iOS: Smol Dungeon: FREE (Reg. $2)

Universal iOS: Underworld Office – Novel Game: $3 (Reg. $7)

Universal iOS: 7 days : $2 (Reg. $5)

Universal iOS: Titan Quest: Legendary Edition: $14 (reg. $20)

Universal iOS: StitchSketch: $5 (Reg. $8)

Universal iOS: Sketch club: $3 (Reg. $4)

Universal iOS: Eagle Hero: $1 (Reg. $2)

Universal iOS: Treasure Temples: $3 (Reg. $5)

Universal iOS: Wish chart: $1 (Reg. $2)

Universal iOS: touchscaper: $4 (Reg. $7)

Mac: Cursor Pro: $4 (Reg. $10)

Mac: Gone home: $5 (Reg. $15)

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HSB Introduces Meshify Protect™ IoT Sensor App https://little-anns.com/hsb-introduces-meshify-protect-iot-sensor-app/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 02:00:43 +0000 https://little-anns.com/hsb-introduces-meshify-protect-iot-sensor-app/ Next-generation mobile app for sensor monitoring and alerts Tracks status of assets and equipment 24/7 Fresh looks and powerful new features Monitors IoT smart sensors that help prevent loss and downtime Connect and protect, even when you’re away HARTFORD, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#IoT–HSB’s Internet of Things (IoT) customers can remotely monitor their assets and equipment from anywhere, […]]]>
  • Next-generation mobile app for sensor monitoring and alerts

  • Tracks status of assets and equipment 24/7

  • Fresh looks and powerful new features

  • Monitors IoT smart sensors that help prevent loss and downtime

Connect and protect, even when you’re away

HARTFORD, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#IoT–HSB’s Internet of Things (IoT) customers can remotely monitor their assets and equipment from anywhere, 24/7, with a new, more powerful Meshify Protect™ mobile app for homes and commercial facilities, the company announced today.

Meshify Protect is HSB’s next-generation mobile app that simplifies sensor activation, tracks location status, and provides actionable alerts on water leaks, frozen pipes, temperature extremes, power outages, and more. equipment and other potentially damaging conditions.

Developed by Meshify, HSB’s IoT technology subsidiary, the new app will be available this fall on the Apple App Store and Google Play.

“Adding a sensor to your property is not enough,” said John Riggs, chief technology officer for HSB, part of Munich Re, and senior vice president of HSB Applied Technology Solutions. “You need to put the sensor in the right place and act immediately when an alert occurs. Convenient execution, combined with a compelling user experience, saves ownership and provides peace of mind. The new Meshify Protect app makes it easier than ever to connect and protect homes and businesses, even when you’re away.

Seamless application transition for HSB IoT customers

Meshify Protect is a complete rebuild of HSB’s mobile app experience and provides a seamless transition of existing customer account information and sensor management details.

The new app features easy-to-follow setup instructions, weak signal support, advanced charting and snapshot views, and a simple account management experience, including biometric login and notification preferences adjustable.

Click here to preview the new Meshify Protect.

Specially designed to support any type of home or commercial environment, Meshify Protect can easily monitor every sensor at one location and in different buildings.

The app incorporates HSB’s eight years of experience with IoT services, including over 40 billion sensor readings and millions of dollars in loss prevention.

HSB Applied Technology Solutions provides IoT services to insurers, owners and various businesses to help predict and prevent losses, optimize industry operations and enable new business models, all backed by financial coverages.

Hartford Steam Boiler (HSB)

HSB, part of Munich Re, is a multi-line specialty insurer and provider of inspection services, risk management and IoT technology. HSB’s insurance offerings include equipment breakdown, cyber risk, specialist liability and other coverage. HSB combines its engineering expertise, technology and data to create inventive insurance and service solutions for existing and emerging risks posed by technological change. Throughout its 150-year history, HSB’s mission has been to help customers prevent loss, advance sustainable energy use and build deeper relationships that benefit businesses, public institutions and consumers. HSB holds AM Best Company’s highest financial rating, A++ (Superior). For more information, visit www.hsb.com and log on to LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

Munich Re

Munich Re is a leading global provider of reinsurance, primary insurance and insurance risk solutions. The group consists of the reinsurance and ERGO business areas, as well as the asset management company MEAG. Munich Re is globally active and operates in all insurance sectors. Since its inception in 1880, Munich Re has been known for its unparalleled risk expertise and financial strength. It offers its customers financial protection when faced with exceptional levels of damage – from the San Francisco earthquake in 1906 to Hurricane Ida in 2021. Munich Re has an exceptional force of innovation, which makes it also covers extraordinary risks such as rocket launches, renewable energies or cyber risks. The company plays a key role in the continued digital transformation of the insurance industry and in doing so has further expanded its ability to assess risk and the range of services it offers. Its tailor-made solutions and proximity to its customers make Munich Re one of the world’s most sought-after risk partners for companies, institutions and individuals.

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Dharmendra Pradhan launches SCALE app for skills development in the leather sector https://little-anns.com/dharmendra-pradhan-launches-scale-app-for-skills-development-in-the-leather-sector/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 12:18:05 +0000 https://little-anns.com/dharmendra-pradhan-launches-scale-app-for-skills-development-in-the-leather-sector/ New Delhi: Union Education and Skills Development Minister Dharmendra Pradhan today launched the SCALE (Skill Certification Assessment for Leather Employees) app which provides a one-stop solution for skills, learning, assessment and employment needs of the leather industry, during a visit to CSIR -Central Leather Research Institute, Chennai. Leather Skill Sector Council has developed the SCALE […]]]>

New Delhi: Union Education and Skills Development Minister Dharmendra Pradhan today launched the SCALE (Skill Certification Assessment for Leather Employees) app which provides a one-stop solution for skills, learning, assessment and employment needs of the leather industry, during a visit to CSIR -Central Leather Research Institute, Chennai. Leather Skill Sector Council has developed the SCALE Android app to change the way skills development programs are designed and delivered to trainees in the leather industry. The SCALE studio app developed by Leather SSC allows people of all ages interested in leather crafting to access online courses streamed live from the state-of-the-art studio in his office.

Speaking on the occasion, Shri Pradhan said that the leather sector plays a major role in creating large-scale jobs in the country, with more than 44 lakh people currently employed. He praised the role of CSIR-CLRI for playing an important role in the development of this sector with a perfect blend of academics and skills development.

Shri Pradhan also spoke about the changes taking place in the sector due to the advent of digital technologies and environmentally friendly techniques, and said that this requires a new impetus on skills, reskilling and upskilling and capacity building. He said that NSDC and CSIR-CLRI will work together to meet the skills needs of this sector and suggested that a national level capacity building program be organized at CSIR-CLRI to increase the capacity of professionals working in that sector. He also said that the Ministry of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship, NSDC, CLRI and the Leather Industry Skills Council will collaborate to set up a joint facility and skills center across India, including Chennai.

Shri Pradhan called on young professionals in this sector to leverage technology, innovation and entrepreneurship to become job creators. They must seize artisans to connect them to the opportunities available in the digital space, including e-commerce, he added.

Speaking on the occasion, Shri Murugan said that Tamil Nadu is full of talented human resources and CLRI plays a major role in training them. CLRI also promotes youth entrepreneurship and helps create many start-up companies. This will achieve our national goals during the ongoing Amrit Kaal leading to 100 years of Indian independence, he added.

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APP’s inaugural event draws applause https://little-anns.com/apps-inaugural-event-draws-applause/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 03:44:09 +0000 https://little-anns.com/apps-inaugural-event-draws-applause/ September 18, 2022 The inauguration Australian Photographic Award (APP) brought together hundreds of enthusiasts and professional photographers to showcase their work, intervening with a national photography community awards event in place of the now defunct Australian Institute of Professional Photography APPAs. The Epson Print Award winning image by Charmaine Heyer. ”This image from the “Creative” […]]]>

September 18, 2022

The inauguration Australian Photographic Award (APP) brought together hundreds of enthusiasts and professional photographers to showcase their work, intervening with a national photography community awards event in place of the now defunct Australian Institute of Professional Photography APPAs.

The Epson Print Award winning image by Charmaine Heyer. ”This image from the “Creative” category is from a fashion shoot. My intention was to transform an insect and a human to emphasize our interdependence”.

Word from co-organizer Karen Alsop is that there will be a second Australian Photography Prize, once again in Melbourne and scheduled for August.

The APP event – ​​a conference and exhibition, including live judging, took place over four days, September 8-11, at Narre Warren on the outskirts of Melbourne. This helps in part to fill the void left by the demise of the Australian Professional Photography Awards (APPA) from the AIPP.

With a resonant acronym, combined with a similar judging and points structure, and familiar names and sponsors, including the revival of the Epson Print Awards, it’s hard not to consider APP a close relative of APPAs. . A quick look at the results of the Epson Print Awards shows many former APPA champions in the mix.

But there is a fundamental difference; the Australian Photographic Prize is not just for professionals: the Epson Print Awards are open to everyone and the Nikon Digital Awards are for enthusiasts or those who earn less than $10,000 a year from their photography.

Modeling a new rewards system on APPA just a few months after the Institute’s bankruptcy appears ambitious and risky. For years, while the AIPP was able to maintain the camaraderie (for the most part) and competitive spirit, the board was unable to make the necessary adjustments to make them financially viable.

By making a fresh start, APP organizers Karen Alsop and Robyn Campbell were able to embrace the desirable components of APPA while addressing what the zeitgeist has taken to call “problematic” components, such as the way to welcome avid hobbyists into the fold, and including digital image file entries.

The vibrant photography enthusiast sector, including the bustling photography club scene, is one of the most active segments of the photography industry. community. They are the most eager to immerse themselves in photography, whether it’s buying new equipment or paying for education and experiences through tours, workshops and magazines. And many feel that their work is worth showing off and apt to win awards.

So it’s really obvious that a national photo contest will continue to be successful by expanding to meet the needs of this group. The AIPP, whose culture and history are deeply rooted in professional photography – whatever that means these days – was not constitutionally capable of tearing down that particular wall.

And yet, the Australian Photographic Prize also carries on some of these more professional guild traditions of the AIPP: “…There are Masters and Grand Master Awards for those who have already obtained the titles of academic, national or international competitions equivalents,” the website states.

The Australian Photographic Prize is divided into two main categories: the Nikon Digital Awards for amateurs and the Epson Print Awards which are open to all photographers but include professional categories such as Wedding and Commercial. As the name suggests, Nikon sponsored awards accept digital image files and Epson is strictly printed.

Camberwell Camera Club member David Bignell won the Nikon Digital Award with a reflective self-portrait; while Queensland-based professional photographer Charmaine Heyer won the Epson Print Award (top picture).

‘My photo is part of a series I did during confinement. He uses a visual metaphor to convey the message of someone who is literally washed out. The idea of ​​experimenting with tissue paper was born out of thoughts about processing floating emulsion.
“Once I started printing on fabric, I considered the possibilities of connecting paper to emotions. I started creating self-portraits with torn fabrics, damp fabrics, wrinkled fabrics, etc. The Fragility of Tissues felt apt to describe the fragility of the mind under different pressures. Ironically, being cooped up opened the door to a new creative space to explore and a Zeitgeist to capture. Photo: David Bignel.

There have also been discussions from people like Kelly Brown, Kris Anderson, Paul Hoelen, Robin Moon, Tony Hewitt and Courtney Holmes. And workshops. And an exhibition. Most shebang was also broadcast live.

Here is our interview with Karen Alsop:

Robyn Campbell and Karen Alsop, organizers of the Australian Photography Award.

How many attendees were there at the APP event – and do you have any idea of ​​the composition of the audience – young or old, gender, pros or enthusiasts, students, etc.? ?

We had more than 200 people in person per day, and nearly 5000 views on our livestreams (judgment, conference gala). We had students from local primary and secondary colleges in attendance, as well as a strong mix of enthusiasts and professionals who all came together to be part of the event.

How many entries did you have for the two main prizes – the Epson and Nikon prizes?We received nearly 600 APP Nikon Digital Awards entries, 150 Eizo Digital Artist and Village Cinematic Award entries, and exactly 700 APP Epson Print Awards entries.

Were you satisfied with the level of participation and prize entries?

For an inaugural event, we got a higher number of applications than expected. Attendance at on-site events could have been stronger, however, given the current societal shift away from face-to-face interaction due to pandemic concerns, attendance numbers were promising for growth. future. Live attendance was strong at all events, with students from Charters Towers in Far North Queensland, to overseas attendees from America tuning in.

What were the highlights of the event from the organizers’ point of view?

The highlights were the incredibly high level of work that was submitted, participants certainly “gave us their best pictures!” »

Plus, the sense of community and the mix of amateur, professional, and student participation, with a highlight being the bus load of high school-aged photographers who were in the room to hear feedback on their images.

Finally, the enthusiasm of our sponsors to join us and support the Australian Photographic Prize and the photographic community.

Are you planning a second Australian Photography Award for next year?

Yes, we will be hosting an Australian Photography Award 2023 next year, possibly early August.

Is there anything you could do differently next year, innovations, change of location, etc. ?

This year we have developed our own online, print and live rewards software, which is a first to our knowledge. We intend to continue to refine this software to ensure that participants and judges have the best possible experience using the system.

Decisions have yet to be made on the venue, although it will be in Melbourne. Finding a facility that meets the high standards of live streaming technology is a challenge, and our 2022 site was well positioned to meet that challenge. The combination of judging rooms, event rooms, catering, gala receptions and entertainment requires a specific type of venue. We will be undertaking a review process and are open to feedback from attendees and attendees for considerations in planning for next year’s event.

Any other comments or thanks?

We would like to thank our sponsors, especially Nikon, Epson and Kayell who have joined us as visionary sponsors. We would also like to thank the participants, the judges and the team who took the time to participate in this event, without whom it would not have been possible.


Facebook comments for the Australian Photography Award:

The following comments are a sample of participants at the inaugural Australian Photographic Prize event:

Thank you so much Robyn Campbell and Karen Alsop and everyone who helped us get the print awards and judging live with a panel – it was brilliant and I really appreciate all the hard work it must have been. Sharon Jones

Thank you to all the organizers, judges and behind-the-scenes volunteers who organized the awards this year, giving us a fabulous print contest to enter! Katrina’s Burgers

Words barely suffice to express how grateful I am, and I know we all are, to these two incredible women for imagining and being so invested in creating such a wonderful opportunity for us to celebrate. our profession and, above all, to come back together as a community. … Paul Holen

I am part of a group of canine photographers with people from all over the world. A few came from different countries and in summary agreed that the comments on each picture were so valuable, and they will only participate in competitions like the ones you have created in the future. They said they can learn and grow from what you’ve created Helen Green

…Thank you to Robyn Campbell and Karen Alsop and all that you have done. You took a huge risk, and I hope it paid off for you now and will continue to grow in the future. It may just be an event, but I think you’ve replanted the seed of our community, and I hope it grows into something even more extraordinary. I am in awe and cannot thank you enough. Adam Hourigan

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Ethereum 2.0: How Blockchain App Factory is equipped to withstand post-merger changes https://little-anns.com/ethereum-2-0-how-blockchain-app-factory-is-equipped-to-withstand-post-merger-changes/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 10:42:00 +0000 https://little-anns.com/ethereum-2-0-how-blockchain-app-factory-is-equipped-to-withstand-post-merger-changes/ Blockchain App Factory, a pioneer in Web3 development, is now gearing up to help startups perform well in the Ethereum network’s “The Merge” post. CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA, September 16, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — As the world prepares for “The Merge” of the most popular Ethereum blockchain, Blockchain App Factory, a company with extensive Web3 expertise, […]]]>

Blockchain App Factory, a pioneer in Web3 development, is now gearing up to help startups perform well in the Ethereum network’s “The Merge” post.

CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA, September 16, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — As the world prepares for “The Merge” of the most popular Ethereum blockchain, Blockchain App Factory, a company with extensive Web3 expertise, has already defined development models for projects. We all know that The Merge is about to convert the Ethereum blockchain from Proof-of-Work (POW) mechanism to Proof-of-Stake (POS) mechanism, bringing many benefits and removing redundancies. The process is also expected to reduce electricity consumption by 99%, making Ethereum an energy-efficient network. Blockchain App Factory, an advocate for sustainable blockchains, is ready to strive to bring energy-efficient blockchain applications to its customers.

Ethereum is scheduled to undergo the transition on September 15, 2022 at 10:00 p.m. PT, which will be streamed live on the Ethereum YouTube channel, with participatory discussions from notable members involved with the network. The event is scheduled to begin two hours before the scheduled merge, and viewers can obtain POAP (Proof-of-Attendance-Protocol) tokens as souvenirs from the event. By the time most of you are reading this, the merger would already be complete and the changes could ripple through the crypto market.

The merge is set to change the way new blocks are created in Ethereum after gaining approval from node controllers. While currently control is in the hands of miners who have extensive computing resources to mine Ethereum blocks to earn rewards, it will shift to validators, who will need to invest or stake Ether ($ETH) to verify transactions.

The network already faces congestion from time to time due to its low blocking speeds or throughput. Adding fuel to the fire, gas fee wars have become common as miners are willing to process transactions from people willing to pay higher gas costs. Both issues first became deadly during the NFT boom of 2021, when the Web3 ecosystem grew in scope and size. Trading platforms, such as the ones developed by Blockchain App Factory, faced lesser issues on the trading side, as these were related to transactions through the blockchain, and all of the above is basically simple.

The merger is an essential step in making Ethereum efficient in terms of transactions and gas costs. While the main conversion will take place on September 15, the seeds were sown long ago, in December 2020, when the Beacon Chain, a separate network based on the POS mechanism, was launched. With some forks on the Ethereum network and the Beacon Chain, The Merge is an initial process, and there is still a lot to do. There are events such as Surge, Purge, and Splurge planned by Ethereum developers that will reduce gas fees, decentralize the network, and speed up transactions.

Like a blockchain development company, Blockchain App Factory helps companies get started in the Internet of tomorrow. The company’s 150+ blockchain developers have the expertise to build blockchain-based applications and build layered blockchain networks for businesses that need it. Like The Merge, the company’s experts can perform upgrades for various L1, L2, and L3 blockchain applications in the best possible way. Responding to customer demands with its access to advanced technical stacks makes Blockchain App Factory the ideal solution for companies looking for innovative decentralized solutions.

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SkyFi launches app in beta, completes boot cycle https://little-anns.com/skyfi-launches-app-in-beta-completes-boot-cycle/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 11:27:30 +0000 https://little-anns.com/skyfi-launches-app-in-beta-completes-boot-cycle/ SkyFi has a very ambitious vision: to make satellite imagery available and accessible to as many people as possible. But before it can even dream of widespread democratization of OT, the Austin, Texas startup needs to develop a clean, consumerized experience, with a web portal and mobile app that supports a marketplace for the imagery, […]]]>

SkyFi has a very ambitious vision: to make satellite imagery available and accessible to as many people as possible.

But before it can even dream of widespread democratization of OT, the Austin, Texas startup needs to develop a clean, consumerized experience, with a web portal and mobile app that supports a marketplace for the imagery, data and analysis.

To this end, SkyFi has redesigned his website and this week launched its mobile app in beta. The iOS and Android app currently has about 300 “organized” users, SkyFi CEO Luke Fischer told Payload, and the company will continue to integrate in waves. The startup currently has 26 employees, including 15 engineers. Fischer says SkyFi is “making a big effort” to build a diverse team and that 25% of its engineering team is female.

Teamwork is the source of a dream job

SkyFi quickly added new partners to its platform, which now relies on more than 40 satellites and 13 image providers and analytics providers. The startup signed its two new partners, SIIS and Geosat, this morning during World Satellite Business Week. SkyFi’s 13 partners are Umbra, Albedo, Satellogic, Urban Sky, Wyvern, Head Aerospace, Axel Space, Image Sat, Impact Observatory, Synmax, Satrec Initiative, SIIS and Geosat.

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One more track makes the world go round

SkyFi has completed its initial funding round of approximately $7 million, which we covered in February, and has now raised $10 million.

  • Notable investors include Bill Perkins, a hedge fund manager, poker pro and SkyFi founder; J2 Ventures; Vivek Sodera, co-founder of Superhuman; Sky Dayton, who works at Craft Ventures but personally invested as an angel; “and a bunch of our friends and family,” Fischer said.
  • SkyFi opted to bolster its balance sheet with a bit more cash due to “changing global and market conditions”.

Look forward: The SkyFi app’s global launch is around two months away, but that’s a “very tentative” mobile target. SkyFi should squash all bugs found in the beta app and iterate based on early user feedback.

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App State shocks Texas A&M in college football action https://little-anns.com/app-state-shocks-texas-am-in-college-football-action/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 23:47:00 +0000 https://little-anns.com/app-state-shocks-texas-am-in-college-football-action/ Appalachian State running back Daetrich Harrington (4) reacts as time expires after upsetting No. 6 Texas A&M during an NCAA college football game Saturday, September 10, 2022 at College Station , Texas. Sam Crafts PA Appalachian State upset sixth-ranked Texas A&M 17-14 in College Station, Texas on Saturday, September 10, 2022. The Mountaineers, who were […]]]>

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Appalachian State running back Daetrich Harrington (4) reacts as time expires after upsetting No. 6 Texas A&M during an NCAA college football game Saturday, September 10, 2022 at College Station , Texas.

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Appalachian State upset sixth-ranked Texas A&M 17-14 in College Station, Texas on Saturday, September 10, 2022.

The Mountaineers, who were 19-point underdogs, controlled the ball for over 40 minutes.

Check out the photos from the game.

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Appalachian State quarterback Chase Brice (7) runs out of pocket against Texas A&M linebacker Edgerrin Cooper (45) in the second half of an NCAA college football game on Saturday September 10, 2022 in College Station, Texas. Sam Crafts PA
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Appalachian State running back Cameron Peoples (6) comes out of a tackle by Texas A&M defensive back Tyreek Chappell (7) for a first down late in the fourth quarter during a college football game at the NCAA on Saturday, September 10, 2022, at College Station, Texas. Sam Crafts PA

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Appalachian State linebacker Jalen McLeod (35) sweeps the ball away from Texas A&M quarterback Haynes King (13) to cause a turnover during the first quarter of an NCAA college football game on Saturday, September 10, 2022 in College Station, Texas. Sam Crafts PA
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Appalachian State tight end Henry Pearson (88) crosses the goalie for a touchdown against Texas A&M in the second half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, September 10, 2022 at College Station , Texas. Sam Crafts PA

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Texas A&M wide receiver Evan Stewart (1) tries to fight off a tackle from Appalachia State linebacker Trey Cobb (7) during the first quarter of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022 at College Station, Texas. Sam Crafts PA

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Appalachian State running back Ahmani Marshall (3) dives on a tackle from Texas A&M defensive back Tyreek Chappell (7) for a touchdown during the first half of an NCAA college football game on Saturday September 10, 2022 in College Station, Texas. Sam Crafts PA
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Appalachian State square kicker Michael Hughes (99) reacts with teammate Bucky Williams, left, after kicking a field goal against Texas A&M in the second half of a college football game in the NCAA on Saturday, September 10, 2022, at College Station, Texas. Sam Crafts PA

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Appalachia State offensive lineman Bucky Williams, right, celebrates with Nate Noel, left, after the team’s 17-14 win over No. 6 Texas A&M in a football game NCAA University on Saturday, September 10, 2022, in College Station, Texas. Sam Crafts PA

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Appalachian State offensive lineman Bucky Williams (62) reacts with fans following the team’s 17-14 victory over Texas A&M in an NCAA college football game on Saturday, September 10, 2022 in College Station, Texas. Sam Crafts PA
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Appalachian State defensive back Kaleb Dawson (1) waves his school’s flag inside Kyle Field after upsetting Texas A&M 17-14 during an NCAA college football game on Saturday, September 10 2022 in College Station, Texas. Sam Crafts PA

This story was originally published September 10, 2022 7:47 p.m.

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Today’s best Mac and iOS app deals: Dragon Quest Builders, more https://little-anns.com/todays-best-mac-and-ios-app-deals-dragon-quest-builders-more/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 14:14:26 +0000 https://little-anns.com/todays-best-mac-and-ios-app-deals-dragon-quest-builders-more/ Friday is here and next today’s iPhone 14 pre-order deals, we’ve got a new batch of discounted Mac and iOS apps to take with you on the weekend. This is in addition to these offers on official MagSafe chargers as well as official Apple Watch Series 8 sports bands from $25 and this price drop […]]]>

Friday is here and next today’s iPhone 14 pre-order deals, we’ve got a new batch of discounted Mac and iOS apps to take with you on the weekend. This is in addition to these offers on official MagSafe chargers as well as official Apple Watch Series 8 sports bands from $25 and this price drop on Apple’s OG Leather MagSafe Wallet. But for now, it’s all about apps. Today’s collection is headlined by titles such as Dragon Quest Builders, Juicy Realm, a new app bundle BundleHunt, and To the Moon, among others. Head below for a full rundown of today’s best Mac and iOS app deals.

Today’s best iOS app deals:

Universal iOS: Push Fit Pro: FREE (Reg. $2)

Universal iOS: Juicy Kingdom: $2 (Reg. $3)

Universal iOS: To the Moon: $2 (Reg. $5)

Universal iOS: Panmorphy: $1 (Reg. $3)

Universal iOS: ICEY: $2 (Reg. $3)

Universal iOS: DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS: $22 (reg. $28)

Universal iOS: Devil’s Shard: $1 (Reg. $2)

Universal iOS: Last Colossus: $1 (Reg. $2)

Universal iOS: Geofence | Time tracking: $4 (Reg. $5)

Mac: BundleHunt 50 App Bundle From $3.50

Today’s best game deals: Paper Mario Origami King $39, Yakuza Collection $20, more


More still-living iOS apps:

Universal iOS: Achi – Strategy game: FREE (Reg. $1)

Universal iOS: Sandbox Planet: FREE (Reg. $5)

Universal iOS: Model 15 Modular Synthesizer: $25 (Reg. $30)

Universal iOS: Minimoog Model D Synthesizer: $25 (Reg. $30)

Universal iOS: Hyperfit Premium: $2 (Reg. $5)

Universal iOS: Swimming outside: $1 (Reg. $3)

Universal iOS: Chameleon Race: $1 (Reg. $2)

Universal iOS: Summer Catchers: $1 (Reg. $4)

Universal iOS: Trampled! : $1 (Reg. $3)

Mac: Duplicate File Doctor: $1 (Reg. $5)

Learn more about Dragon Quest Builders:

Explore a world made of blocks by gathering, crafting and building to defeat the evil Dragonlord! Build anywhere and anytime in DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS, available now on mobile. Presented by SQUARE ENIX! In this “Block-Building RPG”, YOU are the legendary builder who has the power to build! The kingdom of Alefgard has been plunged into darkness by the terrible and treacherous Dragonlord, ruler of all monsters. Venture into the epic adventure to restore Alefgard!


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