NEW DELHI, India (CMC): Twenty20 World Cup hero Carlos Brathwaite once again put his all-round qualities on display with a superb Man-of-the-Match effort as Delhi Daredevils trounced Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) by 27 runs in the Indian Premier League here yesterday. In his first game in two weeks, Brathwaite belted a whirlwind 34 from a mere 11 deliveries as Delhi stormed to 186 for eight off 20 overs after being asked to bat at the Feroz Shah Kotla. The West Indies all-rounder then returned with his medium pace to claim three for 47 as KKR were restricted to 159 all out off 18.3 overs. Six outings First game Off-spinner Sunil Narine, meanwhile, claimed three for 22 from three overs. West Indies Test and one-day captain Jason Holder finished with none for 35 from four overs in his first game of the season. In reply, opener Robin Uthappa stroked 72 from 52 balls, but Suryakumar Yadav, with 21, was the only other batsman to pass 20, as KKR collapsed. Brathwaite proved the architect of their demise, slicing through the middle order with a potent spell. He removed the dangerous Yusuf Pathan for 10 in his first over – the eighth of the innings – before accounting for Yadav in his third over and Rajagopal Satish for 17 in his final over. For Delhi, the victory was their fourth in six outings and it moved them into second spot on eight points while KKR lost their third in seven games and slipped to third, remaining on eight points. Brathwaite was a vital part of Delhi’s revival after the hosts slipped to 32 for three in the fifth over. Karun Nair top-scored with 68 from 50 deliveries, adding 105 for the fourth wicket with Englishman Sam Billings, whose 54 came from 34 balls and included three fours and two sixes. When Nair and Chris Morris (0) fell in the space of three deliveries in the 17th over, Delhi were stuttering on 137 for five, but Brathwaite and Billings put on a frenetic 37 off just 12 balls to give the innings impetus. The first two deliveries that Brathwaite faced disappeared for boundaries and he followed up by smashing left-arm spinner Brad Hogg over square leg for six in the next over, which leaked 18 runs. In the final over, he slammed the first ball from West Indies teammate Andre Russell over midwicket for six, but fell to the next delivery, caught at short fine leg off a slower ball. Seamer Russell conceded only four runs from the remaining four deliveries to finish with the excellent figures of three for 26 from his four overs.
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Related Posts For entrepreneurs trying to form a startup, one of the first challenges they face that persists throughout the businesses life is how to find and keep talented partners and employees. From finding that first co-founder to finding the prolific programmers to fill your ranks later down the line, talent acquisition is always a major step in any business. Just look at some of the deals that have gone down in the Valley; Facebook didn’t buy FriendFeed for their technology, that deal was mostly about getting FriendFeed’s talented employees on the Facebook team.A new book from author David Russo, 17 Rules Successful Companies Use to Attract and Keep Top Talent: Why Engaged Employees Are Your Greatest Sustainable Advantage, seeks to make this process more clear for businesses. Russo is the CEO of Eno River Associates, Inc., which is a consulting service that helps business executives build better team relationships. Their portfolio of clients includes American Express, Johnson & Johnson, and the CIA. With his new book, Russo outlines the key strategies he has learned over the years as a consultant and human resources executive that has helped him and others create winning teams. The book doesn’t waste any time getting into its 17 rules; after a brief introduction the entirety of the book consists of one chapter per rule. The rules cover a broad base of topics, including the more straightforward rule #4, “Provide Ample and Appropriate Resources,” to the more abstract rule #12, “Understand Human Capital.” One of the key rules that sticks out to me is #3, “Cultivate Leadership, Not Management, and Know the Difference!” “Whereas managers administrate, leaders have the power to influence, to motivate, even inspire, and those are distinctly different traits,” writes Russo. “Indeed, true leadership is the ability to display attributes that make people want to follow.”Russo points out that leaders need to have passion, vision, and energy, as well as recognize that each employee has value to the success of the business. He likens this value to a tight end in a football game running “a crisp pattern” and distracting the defense despite knowing before the play that he’s not going to be the ball carrier. Another rule which will likely strike a chord with the startup culture is #10, “Make Room for Fun in the Workplace (Nurture Lightheatedness/Levity).” Anyone who has seen the popular workplace movie “Office Space” knows what a bland work environment can do to employees spirits, but I don’t think we have to worry about startups not having enough fun on the job. Aside from being passionate about the job they’re doing, most startup employees are probably used to everyday being “casual Friday” and taking a brain break in a game room. Granted, not every experience is like this, but we all know that many startups are a very relaxed environment, which Russo says is very important for attracting skilled employees and keeping them happy.Other important rules Russo includes on his list include knowing how and when to “cheerlead,” acknowledging and rewarding efforts and contributions, and the lastly, telling the truth. While this book isn’t aimed directly at startups, young entrepreneurs looking to lead their team to success should certainly take a look at this book. One of reasons I would suggest it is that at times, young entrepreneurs who have little or no workplace experience are suddenly thrust into a CEO role. If your company takes off, you might be in charge of a lot of people very quickly, and this book will certainly help keep them happy.Disclosure: A review copy of 17 Rules was provided to ReadWriteWeb by Pearson Education, Inc.Photo by Flickr user madebytess. chris cameron A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#start#startups
Here’s an important tip for success in FCPX: Rasterize all layer effects before saving your Photoshop file. Adjustment layers and layer styles will not be translated into FCPX unless they are rasterized or flattened first.FCPX & Photoshop Best PracticesAfter the release of 10.0.3, Apple released a white paper on the best practices for creating a layered Photoshop file in FCPX. This is a lot of technical info, but here are a few standout points.Photoshop files should be in 8-bit RGB color mode before being brought into FCPX. 16-bit color mode files will come into FCPX flattened, 32-bit won’t input at allUse the default film and video frame sizes in Photoshop (files that are too big will cause FCPX to be sluggish or crash)Photoshop blending modes are supported only if there is a FCPX equivalentFCPX supports enabled and disabled layersYou can find tons of info and technical FCPX & Photoshop specs on Apple’s site. And if you’re looking to get better with Final Cut Pro X, our blog is loaded with tutorials, tips, and techniques — including our Final Cut Pro X Editor Kits, featuring free footage from Shutterstock and royalty free music from the PremiumBeat library!How’s Final Cut Pro X working out for you? Share your thoughts in the comments below! Round out your video editing skill set by learning how to optimize your Photoshop files for Final Cut Pro X!Importing layered Photoshop files into earlier versions of Final Cut Pro was one of the quickest ways to give yourself a headache. Layers ended up as a nested clip and it was time consuming to identify what each layer was. If you applied an effect or changed any aspect of one of the layers, you’d be in for painfully long render times. To top it off, the Photoshop files led to all sorts of instability issues, occasionally causing FCP to give errors or crash.Since the 10.0.3 release, you can now bring Photoshop files into Final Cut Pro X. A few of the above pain points have been addressed, but a few of these quirks still exist. Knowing how to prep your Photoshop files for Final Cut Pro X will keep you out of hot water.The following two resources provide everything you need to know about working with Photoshop files in FCPX.MacBreak Studio: Photoshop Files in FCPXIn the video above, the guys from Pixel Corp present an informative, entertaining primer on working with Photoshop PSD files in FCPX as part of their MacBreak Studio series. Discover how to bring Photoshop files in as layered graphics and how to add new layers to those graphics in FCPX (once new layers are added, they become compound clips). You can easily identify what elements are on each layer by taking advantage of the FCPX clip skimming feature. Other highlights from this video tutorial include:How to identify your Photoshop files in FCPXTransform and add effects to individual layersKeyframe specific layers of the Photoshop fileUsing transparency (alpha channels) from your Photoshop files
The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) has announced its first list of five candidates for the Jharkhand Assembly elections.RJD State unit president Abhay Kumar Singh on Monday said as per the list released on Sunday former Jharkhand Minister Satyanand Bhokta will be the party’s candidate for the Chatra seat. He said the other four candidates are – Sanjay Singh Yadav (Hussainabad), Sanjay Prasad Yadav (Godda), Suresh Paswan (Deoghar) and Vijay Ram (Chhatarpur).Mr. Bhokta had been the Minister in the previous NDA governments between 2000 and 2005. He joined the RJD five months ago from the BJP, RJD general secretary Ashutosh Ranjan Yadav said. The JMM, the Congress and the RJD had recently announced a pre-poll alliance in the State. As per the agreement the Congress will contest 31 seats, the JMM 43 and the RJD will put up candidates in seven constituencies. The JMM and the Congress had announced their first list of candidates for the Jharkhand Assembly elections on Sunday. Jharkhand will vote in five phases, with the first one on November 30 and the last on December 20. Results will be declared on December 23. The last date of filing nominations for the first phase of the elections is November 13.