Former Fox News Analyst Tamara Holder Shares Explicit Details of Sexual Assault

She spoke out after claiming Rupert Murdoch violated the terms of her settlement.

Former Fox News analyst Tamara Holder publicly revealed the details of her workplace sexual assault to CNN, because she believes Rupert Murdoch violated the terms of her settlement agreement in an interview where he described sexual misconduct allegations at Fox News as “nonsense.”

“Fox News ruined people’s lives,” Holder said. “He [Murdoch] ruined my life. I don’t have a job in TV anymore because the place that he has secured down like Fort Knox allowed abusive predators to work.”

She excoriated Murdoch for trying to downplay the pervasive culture of sexual predation at Fox News and dismiss some accounts as being “flirting.”

“Let me be clear. I had a man pull out his penis in his office and shove my head on it. That was not flirting, that was criminal. That was not sexual harassment,” Holder explained.

She said she expects to be sued for speaking out about the culture of sexual misconduct at Fox News, but believes she hasn’t violated the terms of her settlement.

“What Mr. Murdoch said, in my opinion as a lawyer, not as a victim or a survivor, as a lawyer, is that this gives me a legal right to respond,” she said. “And I’m responding not for myself, but on behalf of every woman in America who has been abused.”

Watch the full segment below.

 

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15 Minutes of Fame

Google Analytics sent me an automated mail telling me that this blog had 1.7k visitors last month. That is less than I used to get in a single day a decade ago. The good news for Google / Blogger is that I don’t blame them for the decline, and won’t be showing up at their HQ with a gun. I am pretty certain that the loss of readers can be explained by the following factors:

  • I am writing much less now, 1-2 posts per week instead of per day.
  • I am not writing about a single topic, MMORPGs, any more, but about a variety of different things, which interest different people.
  • The original MMORPG topic of my blog isn’t of great interest any more.
  • Blogging, and hanging out on blogs, isn’t the medium of choice any more.

So basically I had my 15 minutes of fame, with highlights like being invited to a Blizzcon with a press pass around my neck and allowed to interview a Blizzard developer. Or getting free “review copies” of games (all of them disclosed on the blog) and stuff. I even got a few hundred dollars as donations over the years.

Blogging never was more than a hobby to me, it was obvious that quitting my day job for internet fame would have been an extremely bad idea. And then I am part of a generation that still believes that they are responsible for their own success or failure. My impression of younger generations is that they more often believe that success is owed to them, and that any of their failures must be due to evil acts from others. Now combine that with the fact that a YouTuber today can be a *lot* more famous than a blogger from a decade ago, and make a lot more money; and then you get closer to understanding why somebody might take a decline of internet fame so serious that she starts shooting people.

The internet has dramatically lowered the barrier of entry to self-publication and possibly fame. But that isn’t just true for you, it is true for everybody else as well. Thus fame is getting more and more fickle and short-lived. Being “internet famous” can be fun, but it appears that it can also be dangerous.

World of Hoplites

I recently received an announcement telling me that I could sign up for the beta of a new Total War game, called Total War: Arena. Hmmm. While I did play some Total War games, I must admit that I am not the world’s biggest fan of the series, mostly because of the extra stupid AI. So a PvP version to me sounded like a cheap ploy to eliminate the AI. But then I saw that the game was 10 vs. 10 players, with each player commanding some troops. And I thought to myself, “Oh, that looks like World of Tanks with hoplites, I’m interested!”, and signed up.

Today I got the activation code, and only then I realized that this doesn’t just look like World of Tanks with hoplites, it actually *is* World of Hoplites, programmed by the same people who made World of Tanks, Warplanes, and Warships: Wargaming.net. The “Total War” part is just some cross-branding marketing trick to attract the people who are Total War fans but don’t play any games from Wargaming.net yet. Well, best case scenario Wargaming.net programmed the gameplay and Creative Assembly provided the graphics. (Worst case scenario is the other way round).

So now I am downloading the beta, and I am looking forward to trying it out. In the interest of full disclosure I’d like to add that Wargaming.net is one of the small number of game companies from which I ever received freebies. After posting an interview with one of the devs my World of Tank account was set to receive 250 gold every day I logged on. And as I was playing a lot I ended up with still over 70,000 gold left in that game. But I already had spent money on WoT before, and unfortunately the World of Tank gold isn’t the same as the World of Warships gold, and probably also not the same as the Total War: Arena gold. So no freebies for me for the new game!

One Woman’s Crusade to Help Educate Female Prisoners About Drug Addiction

Deborah Jiang-Stein is helping incarcerated women prepare for life after prison.

Deborah Jiang-Stein found inspiration for the unPrison Project in a pair of reading glasses. Jiang-Stein, the founder and CEO of the organization, which teaches literacy, mentoring and life skills for women and girls in prisons, was born in prison to a heroin-addicted mother. She struggled with addiction and brushes with the law, before turning those struggles into a career as a writer and motivational speaker in women’s correctional facilities, sharing her story to inspire other incarcerated women and bring books into prisons. However, there were a few basic but critical barriers to achieving that goal.

As she explained in a phone interview, in multiple facilities, “I saw a pair of glasses being shared. In every prison, there would be a couple pairs of glasses that were shared.” She also learned that the average reading level in these facilities was fourth grade. How could they read the books she brough them if they were blocked from reading, for both structural and logistical reasons? After all, she continued, “if we’re advocating employment and success on the outside, reading is just the basic right in the world, let alone this country.”

So Jiang-Stein secured donors who provided 10,000 pairs of reading glasses, and brand-new children’s books for distribution in visiting rooms around the country. These efforts helped start the unPrison Project, which helps cultivate tools for a successful life after incarceration. She also wrote a memoir of her life experiences titled Prison Baby. 

She chose to focus specifically on women in prison, she says, because she believes any issue related to the “incarceration of women gets ignored. The number [of incarcerated women] has spiked 800 percent in recent decades, and it’s twice that of men. It’s a huge increase, and many—in fact, the majority—would benefit from services in the community like mental health resources, drug treatment instead of incarceration.”

The brief curriculum she developed begins with her own story, and includes advice on drug treatment, career counseling, mental health services, literacy, how to manage time behind bars, and how to build a life on the outside to ensure the women don’t return. Jiang-Stein travels to facilities all over the country speaking to both large and small groups. She tells them she knows “what it takes to survive out here… because I’m also in recovery, I know that it can be easy to face a disappointment and then be motivated to use again instead of trying to solve the problem.”

Her personal experiences—she spent the first year of her life in prison, later became addicted to drugs and has been clean and sober for 20 years—helps boost her credibility with the women she works with. 

After all, she explained, “my birth mother was a woman exactly like the women that I meet. She was a heroin addict, in and out of facilities since she was around the age of 13… I was an actively using addict, I know what that lifestyle is, so part of the reason I do this is… I could have been sitting in those chairs in prison with a life sentence.” She continued, “I have the story that is sadly not so unique, but I’m an adult coming in as a peer, showing what the other side can look like by using the tools that I’m talking about. Being in recovery, learning to forgive, I value education, I continue to read and be curious and engage myself in a bigger world.” 

While the organization doesn’t yet track former participants or their activities after prison (some may be in for very long or life sentences), the feedback has generally been positive. Cynthia Wallace, the program manager at the Dr. Jerome McNeil Detention Center of Dallas County Juvenile Department, agreed. She brought Deborah Jiang-Stein to the youth detention center, as she explained in a letter to donors that she shared with AlterNet: “The girls were engaged and asked great questions [like] ‘how did you begin healing, when did you forgive yourself, how did you find happiness, are you still afraid?’” 

While Jiang-Stein and her small staff at the unPrison Project would like more opportunities to develop longer-term relationships with individual systems or facilities, she says, “If I go to one place two or three times then I’m not going to another place. And they’re close to 30 states now that have asked me in, and I’ve been in quite a few already.”

This year, she may finally get the opportunity to do both. The unPrison Project was nominated for a 2017 L’Oreal Women of Worth Award, to honor women who give back to their communities. While Jiang-Stein didn’t ultimately win the award, as a finalist, she and the unPrison Project won $10,000, great publicity and the chance to network with other changemakers. 

Going forward, the unPrison Project is in the midst of strategic planning for the next few years, adding staff, volunteers and board members, developing an infrastructure that will help reach more prisoners, not only in the U.S. but also internationally. Jiang-Stein has had interest from Kenya, Zimbabwe and Ghana. 

 Learn more about the unPrison Project.

 

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Oculus Rift gets a last minute holiday price cut to $379, VR game bundles also available

We are now just one week away from Christmas, but many of you might still looking for the perfect gift to give to your favorite PC gamer. The folks at Oculus have made that easier with a last minute holiday price cut promotion for their Oculus Rift VR headset. You can get the Rift, plus two Oculus Touch controllers, for the price of $379, which is a $20 reduction from its normal $399 cost.

See also: Best Oculus Touch games

As revealed on the Oculus blog, the price cut promotion will last from now until 11:59 pm Pacific Time on Wednesday, December 20 (2:59 am Eastern Time on December 21). The discount is available from a number of online retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy, and Newegg.

In addition to the holiday price promotion, Oculus is also selling three downloadable VR game bundles for $89.99 each. All three bundles contain seven Oculus Rift games, which if bought separately would cost far more than their bundle prices. In addition, the Oculus Store has cut the prices of 250 games by as much as 80 percent during its Winter Sale, along with even deeper discounts for games selected for Daily Deals promotions. The Winter Sale on the Oculus Store will last until January 2, which means if you get that Oculus Rift for yourself or your family this week, you can also save a ton of money on great games like Star Trek: Bridge Crew, Lone Echo, Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality and many more.

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Learn the Bootstrap Grid in 15 Minutes : BootStrap – ResponSive Designing

Bootstrap grid system

Bootstrap is a free and open-source front-end web framework for designing websites and web applications. Unlike many web frameworks, it concerns itself with front-end development only. Anybody who knows HTML, CSS and a bit of Java Script can learn Bootstrap in no time. Responsive page layout is the layout which can change and adapt depending on the screen size of the device the user is on.

The grid consists of rows and columns. This allows us to freely position elements vertically and horizontally. Rows are block level. This means, that when we create a row, it takes up the entire width of the element it is in. You can think of rows as new lines in your layout. The horizontal alignment in the grid is done via columns. Only columns can be the direct children of a row and all content should go inside them. Placing content directly within a row will break the layout.
        
Syntax for the Bootstrap grid system:


<div class="row">


<div class="col-md-12">Content Goes Here</div>

</div>      
Rows are divided horizontally into 12 equal parts. When we place a column inside a row, we have to specify the number of parts it is going to take up. 
        
This is done by using special class .col-md-NUMBER , here Number can be 1 to 12 depending on the width of the element getting placed in that column.

components of the grid system
 
In the class name .col-md-NUMBER  md stands for medium display size. To make the page responsive we use different classes because bootstrap uses the screen resolution and dpi into account when deciding which classes are active. This is a powerful way how to control how layouts render on different devices. 


classes used in bootstrap


To make it responsive according to screen size we use :


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<div class="col-xs-12 col-md-6">Content</div>

output for the code where desktop will show elements horizontally and in mobile it will view vertical



Clearfix :
In some scenarios, when a column has much more content and a bigger height then the ones after it, the layout will break. The columns will all pile up under each other, instead of moving to the next line as they should. To make the page look perfectly aligned we use clearifix.

syntax to use clearfix:

<div class="row">
<div class="col-xs-6 tall-column">A column much taller than the rest.</div>
<div class="col-xs-6"></div>
<div class="clearfix"></div>
<div class="col-xs-6"></div>
</div>

even if the height is different next element will display on the next row


Offsets :
By default, columns stick to each other without leaving any space, floating to the left. Any excess space remaining in that row stays empty on the right. to leave space on the left side we use offsets
classes used in offsets


Example for offsets:

<div class="container">
<div class="row">
<div class="col-xs-5 col-xs-offset-4">col-xs-5 col-xs-offset-4</div>
<div class="col-xs-9 col-xs-offset-2">col-xs-9 col-xs-offset-2</div>
<div class="col-xs-6 col-xs-offset-1">col-xs-6 col-xs-offset-1</div>
<div class="col-xs-4 col-xs-offset-1">col-xs-4 col-xs-offset-1</div>
<div class="col-xs-11 col-xs-offset-1">col-xs-11 col-xs-offset-1</div>
<div class="col-xs-10">col-xs-10</div>
<div class="col-xs-7">col-xs-7</div> </div>
<div class="row"> <div class="col-xs-5">col-xs-5</div> </div>
<div class="row">
<div class="col-xs-7">col-xs-7</div>
<div class="col-xs-10">col-xs-10</div>
<div class="col-xs-11 col-xs-offset-1">col-xs-11 col-xs-offset-1</div>
<div class="col-xs-11 col-xs-offset-1">col-xs-11 col-xs-offset-1</div>
<div class="col-xs-9 col-xs-offset-2">col-xs-9 col-xs-offset-2</div>
<div class="col-xs-5 col-xs-offset-4">col-xs-5 col-xs-offset-4</div>
</div> </div>


   


offset will keep the blank space on left side


To make it more clear:


CONCLUSION:
Great job! You now know the most important part of the Bootstrap framework, and you’re ready to build your next responsive design. Interested in learning bootstrap ?  . 

7th Continent – Upping my pledge

I am not a millionaire. However I am not poor or “just about managing” either. If I had to classify my financial situation I’d call it “comfortably well off”. Now if you look at my hobby, games in general, the cost of games is usually in the tens or hundreds of dollars/euros. Which means that the purchase of even an expensive game or a somewhat exaggerated, unnecessary game purchase isn’t going to cause me any financial hardship. There are occasions where spending more is a reasonable option for me, even if I wouldn’t recommend it for everybody. All this to say that I just upped my pledge for the 7th Continent second Kickstarter project from $49 to $200. Why?

Well, it started with me packing a suitcase for a week of holidays with my wife. We like our holidays to be a mix of visiting things and relaxing, so we always take some entertainment with us. And I was hesitating to take the box of the 7th Continent game I got from the previous Kickstarter. I really want to play this, but what if it gets damaged or the airline loses my baggage and the game is gone? You can’t buy the 7th Continent anywhere, it is only available during Kickstarter projects, and they don’t happen all that often (about every 2 years).

And then I realized that because there is currently the second Kickstarter project ongoing (I had already pledged to get the next expansion), I could up my pledge and get a second base game too for $129. Throw in a bit more money for optional purchases like expansions (which also aren’t available anywhere else) and I upped my pledge to $200. Worst case scenario is that I end up with one extra box I’ll never open. Best case scenario is that I’ll have a shiny second edition box with lots of expansions at home, and the peace of mind that allows me to take the original box with me on holidays without being stressed about damaging or losing it. Not something I would do for a game that can easily be replaced, but for the 7th Continent I considered it worth the money.

The current Kickstarter project ends in 5 days, so if you still want to join you need to hurry. The projects already has over 33,000 backers and is over 10,000% funded. That is not a typo, they asked for $40,000 and got $4.5 million. As a “second edition” the risk of not getting the product you paid for is much reduced, although it probably will be late again. Great success of a Kickstarter project brings its own logistics problems, and this second run got 3 times the backers and 4 times the money of the first run. The game has raving reviews on BoardGameGeek (Rank #56 out of 96,000 games) and elsewhere. And unlike Gloomhaven you can’t just buy the 7th Continent on Amazon. You can get just the base game, in English or French, for $80, but another $49 also gets you the big expansion “What Goes Up, Must Come Down” and the many stretch goals. Or if you are like me you can go all out and get pretty much everything for $200.

Test Your SQL Basics – Part_3

Manipulating Data Questions

1. What all operations can MERGE statement perform in SQL?

  1. INSERT
  2. DELETE
  3. GROUP BY
  4. None of the above

2.Which of following commands is a DDL (Data Definition Language) command but is often considered along with DML commands?
  1. DELETE
  2. INSERT
  3. TRUNCATE
  4. None of the above

3. What among the following is a TRUNCATE statement equivalent to? (Choose the most suitable answer)
  1. To a DELETE statement
  2. To an UPDATE statement
  3. A DELETE statement without a WHERE clause
  4. None of the above

4.Which of the following situations indicate that a DML operation has taken place?
  1. When new rows are added to a table
  2. When two queries are combined
  3. When a table is truncated
  4. None of the above

5.What is true about the keyword VALUES in INSERT statements?
  1. VALUES can add multiple rows at a time during the INSERT
  2. VALUES can add only 100 rows at a time during the INSERT
  3. VALUES is mandatory to be used if we use the keyword INSERT
  4. VALUES add only one row at a time

6. Which of the following commands is used to save the changed data in a table permanently?
  1. ROLLBACK
  2. COMMIT
  3. INSERT
  4. UPDATE

7. Which of the following commands / statements would end a transaction?
  1. COMMIT
  2. SELECT
  3. SAVEPOINT
  4. CREATE

8.What happens when a transaction is committed?
  1. The changes made during the transaction are saved for a particular user session
  2. The changes made during the transaction are discarded
  3. If the transaction is a DDL, the commit doesn’t work
  4. None of the above

9. Which of the following reasons will the best one on the usage of string?
  1. Using sub-queries
  2. Syntax errors
  3. Access permissions
  4. Constraint violations

Answer
1-(A,B),   2-C,   3-C,   4-A,  5-D,   6-D,   7-(A,D),   8-D,   9-(C,B,D)

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Using DDL Statements Questions

1.DDL statements are used for which of the following Oracle database objects?
  1. Tables
  2. Sub-queries
  3. Rows
  4. Columns

2.What is the basic unit of storage in Oracle Database that contains data?
  1. View
  2. Column
  3. Query
  4. Table

3.Which of the following database objects improves the performance of some queries?
  1. Table
  2. Synonym
  3. View
  4. Index

4. When a table can be created?
  1. When the database is not being used by any user
  2. When the database is newly created
  3. It can be created any time, even when a user is using the database
  4. None of the above

5. What is true about a table?
  1. It is not mandatory to specify the size of a table
  2. The size of each table is the same
  3. A table can be modified online
  4. None of the above

6. A table named 123_A is created for storing the number of employees in an organization. What is wrong in the name of the table?
  1. The name of a table cannot start with a digit
  2. Nothing is wrong in this name.
  3. You cannot use an underscore while naming a table
  4. None of the above

7. What among the following are the pre-requisites for creating a table?
  1. CREATE TABLE privilege
  2. Storage space
  3. Data in the table
  4. None of the above

8. What is the syntax for creating a table?
  1. CREATE TABLE [schema.] table (column datatype [DEFAULT expr] [,..] );
  2. CREATE TABLE INTO [schema.] table (column datatype [DEFAULT expr] [,..] );
  3. CREATE TABLE VALUES [schema.] table (column datatype [DEFAULT expr] [,..] );
  4. None of the above

9. What is true about a namespace?
  1. It is a group of object types
  2. Within a namespace, all the object names should be uniquely identified by schema and name
  3. The same type of objects in different namespaces can share the same name
  4. All of the above

10. Which of the following object types share the same namespace?
  1. Synonyms
  2. Table
  3. Views
  4. All of the above

11. Which of the following are the data types for date and time data?
  1. TIMESTAMP
  2. INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND
  3. TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIMEZONE
  4. All of the above

12. Which of the following data types are for large objects?
  1. CLOB
  2. BLOB
  3. RAW
  4. All of the above

13. What will happen if the inserted value is of a smaller length as defined for a VARCHAR2 data type column?
  1. It will throw an ORA error
  2. It will get inserted successfully and the value will take up as much space as it needs.
  3. It will get inserted and the remaining space will be padded with spaces
  4. None of the above

14. What happens when a table which is marked Read Only is attempted for drop?
  1. It will throw an error
  2. It will no longer remain Read Only but cannot be dropped either
  3. It will be dropped without errors
  4. It will remain un-touched

15. Which of the following data types cannot be used with a GROUP BY and an ORDER BY clause?
  1. CLOB
  2. VARCHAR2
  3. CHAR
  4. LONG

16. How many LONG columns can a table contain?
  1. None
  2. Maximum 2
  3. Minimum 2
  4. Only one

Answer
1-A,   2-D,   3-D,   4-C,  5-(A,C),   6-A,   7-(A,B),   8-A,   9-D,  10-D,   11-D,  12-(A,B),  13-B,  14-C,  15-D,  16-D

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Creating Other Schema Objects Questions

1. What among the following is true about synonyms?
  1. PUBLIC and PRIVATE synonyms can have the same name for the same table
  2. DROP SYNONYM will remove a synonym
  3. DROP PUBLIC SYNONYM can be executed only by a SYSDBA
  4. None of the above

2. What is true about creating a view? (Choose the most appropriate answer)
  1. A view can only be created from a table
  2. A view can only be created from one table
  3. A view can be created from one or many tables or views
  4. None of the above

3. Which of the following privileges are required to create views in one’s own schema?
  1. CREATE TABLE system privilege
  2. CREATE VIEW system privilege
  3. ALTER VIEW system privilege
  4. CREATE ANY VIEW system privilege

4.How is a view stored in the data dictionary?
  1. As a WHERE clause
  2. As a CREATE statement
  3. As an UPDATE statement
  4. As a SELECT statement

5.Which of the following can contain single-row functions?
  1. Inline Views
  2. Simple Views
  3. Complex Views
  4. Composite Views

6.When can the rows from a view be removed?
  1. Deletion of rows through a view is not possible
  2. It should be a simple view
  3. It should be a complex view
  4. None of the above

7.When can the data in a view not be modified?
  1. When there are group expressions
  2. When there is a GROUP BY clause
  3. When ROWNUM is used in the view query
  4. All of the above

8.What is true about the WITH CHECK CONSTRAINT?
  1. INSERTs or UPDATEs performed through the view cannot create rows that the view cannot select
  2. Only INSERTs performed through the view cannot create rows that the view cannot select
  3. Only UPDATEs performed through the view cannot create rows that the view cannot select
  4. None of the above

9.How can you prevent DML operations on a View?
  1. By defining a WITH CHECK OPTION constraint
  2. By defining a WITH READ ONLY option
  3. Neither of A nor B
  4. None of the above

10.What is true about the above statement?
  1. The view will not be created
  2. INSERT operation on this view an will throw an ORA error
  3. On UPDATING the rows for all the employees in department 100, an ORA error will be thrown
  4. None of the above

11.How many rows can be deleted from the view as shown above?
  1. All rows of the view
  2. All the rows of only the department 100
  3. No rows
  4. None of the above

12.What is true about sequences?
  1. It generates integers
  2. It is a shareable object
  3. Can be used to create a PRIMARY KEY value
  4. All of the above

13.What can be the last value generated by this sequence?
  1. 0
  2. 100
  3. 101
  4. 9999

14.What is true about NEXTVAL pseudo column?
  1. It re-generates the CURRVAL of a sequence
  2. It returns the next available sequence value
  3. It can return duplicate values
  4. It generates the same values for different users

15.What is true about CURRVAL pseudo column?
  1. CURRVAL can be used before NEXTVAL with respect to a sequence
  2. CURRVAL gives the current value of a sequence
  3. CURRVAL can give duplicate values
  4. None of the above

16.Which of the following is used by an index to locate the data quickly?
  1. ROWNUM
  2. ROWID
  3. Sequence
  4. None of the above

17.What happens when there is no index on a column of a table?
  1. The data is located quickly
  2. There is a full table scan
  3. The table cannot be created
  4. The table cannot be altered

Answer
1-(A,B),   2-C,   3-B,   4-D,  5-(A,B),   6-B,   7-D,   8-A,   9-B,  10-(B,C),   11-C,  12-D,  13-D,  14-B,  15-B, 16-B, 17-B

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