It’s not uncommon to have two or more e-mail addresses and Web-based addresses are handy for those on the move, or as a back-up in case you can’t access your inbox one day. They also offer an e-mail address for life – when you leave one company for another, you can’t take your business e-mail address with you, but you can keep a Web-based one throughout your career.Setting one up is easy and won’t cost you anything. Go to one of the sites that offers the service, register as a new user and you will be asked for a user name, password and address (it will tell you straight away whether the name and address you have chosen has been taken or not – if it has, just choose another). Once you have a user name and password you can log on to the site at any time of the day or night and either send or check your e-mail. You don’t need special software such as Outlook to access or send e-mails – as along as you can access the Internet, you’ll be able to access your e-mail. The biggest free e-mail service is Hotmail (www.hotmail.com), which has 70 million active users. Yahoo at www.yahoo.com offers another good service. Toolbox: setting up a web-based e-mailOn 14 Nov 2000 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr A new report from the CFPB on third-party debt collection revealed that 28 percent of consumers with a credit report in 2018 had at least one debt in collection with a third-party. The CFPB is currently considering a rulemaking related to third-party debt collection.NAFCU has urged the bureau to exempt credit unions from any rules related to first- and third-party debt collection, as credit unions are not the bad actors in this space. Member credit unions are encouraged to submit feedback on the bureau’s proposed rule through NAFCU’s Regulatory Alert until Aug. 5.The report spans 2004 to 2018 and provides an overview of third-party debt collection tradelines. A tradeline is information about a consumer account that is sent to the credit reporting agencies; it contains data on account balance, payment history and account status.Among the report’s key findings: continue reading »
Ask around and it’s not hard to see that Tim Floyd doesn’t have the greatest of reputations on the USC campus.Sure, the former men’s basketball coach — who was hired March 29 to take the helm at the University of Texas at El Paso — compiled a very respectable 85-50 record in his four seasons with the Trojans, led the team to three straight NCAA tournament appearances and a Pac-10 title, managed to vault USC into only its second Sweet 16 birth in school history and constructed what is arguably the best three-year stretch in school basketball history.Even his sternest critics agree that his on-the-court influence was impressive.Rather, it was what he did off the court that left a sour taste in the mouths of Trojan basketball fans everywhere and ultimately tarnished his image as a successful coach and a catalyst for growth and progress within the program.Obviously, the questionable recruiting methods for high school phenom O.J. Mayo — which has since become a large enough issue to warrant an NCAA investigation and self-imposed sanctions against the team — headlines Floyd’s list of slip-ups, but it wasn’t simply rule breaking that garnered ill will toward the coach.Floyd’s lack of an emotional connection to his players and the school as a whole became evident in the final months he served here as head coach. This was supported by both his words — “Kansas has two players who would have been NBA lottery picks, Cole Aldrich and Sherron Collins, and they are returning to school. Good for them. Our guys get an offer from Islamabad and they’re gone,” he told boosters, in reference to Marcus Johnson’s consideration to go pro (Johnson ended up staying at USC for the rest of his eligibility) — and his actions.Floyd, unbeknownst to even his players at the time, bolted for Arizona when the Wildcats offered him a coaching job, then turned it down (despite coming so close to accepting the offer that even ESPN.com reported he had taken the position), only to suddenly resign from the team two months later citing a lack of enthusiasm for the job.In the course of one summer, USC went from having many of the tools necessary to make a run deep into the NCAA tournament to having no coach, no recruits and little chance to continue its success of the last four years.While some may call Floyd selfish or a downright cheater, I see the problem not with him but with the environment to which he was thrust in so suddenly in 2005.For those who don’t remember, Rick Majerus was originally selected to lead the Trojans, but an unexpected resignation just five days after his hiring left Floyd in the driver’s seat with full control. He had the weight of a win-hungry student body, a new arena and a talented young team all resting on his shoulders — a large pressure for any coach, let alone one who had recently struggled in his last couple of head coaching gigs.Floyd had to win, and he had to win immediately. And he did.But the intangibles that were lost in the rushed process of building a national contender — team unity, a selfless mentality — prevented the team, despite its successes on the court, from ever really developing a bond with the school they represented; Floyd was good at winning, but that seemed to be the extent of his benefit to the Trojans.With this in mind, as Floyd takes the head coaching position at UTEP next season, I do not see the same external factors present that caused a whirlwind of rumors and a quick resignation from USC. Actually, I cannot imagine a better place in which the baggage-laden coach could re-energize his career.Obviously, it’s a plus that he is taking the reins of a team fresh off an NCAA tournament appearance and a top-25 ranking. It also helps that UTEP is far away from the neverending recruiting tug-of-war and temptation that got Floyd in trouble in the first place during his time at USC.But the main reason that UTEP fits Floyd more than USC is because this is not a first-time trip to El Paso for him by any means; it is almost a homecoming of sorts, as Floyd both lived there as a child and served nine years as an assistant under former UTEP coach Don Haskins from 1978 to 1986.Haskins took an inexperienced Floyd (who admits himself that he wasn’t qualified for the assistant position) under his wing and gave him the tools necessary to become a successful head coach, which essentially allowed him to navigate the world of collegiate and professional athletics and make a name for himself.That is why the opportunity to return to the place where he got his first real shot is not something that Floyd will take lightly; his connection with the team, as well as the team’s history, is something special — and something that he never had in any of his previous jobs.So although Floyd’s coaching career has been filled with rumors, missed opportunities and many job changes, it seems like he is finally on the right track to prove his worth in the basketball world.All it took was a trip back to where it all began.“One-Two Punch” runs every other Friday. 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It’s second against third in the Premier League tonight.Arsenal can move to within 2 points of leaders Leicester if they get a victory at home to Manchester City. The German’s reign at Anfield has produced inconsistent results so far, with just three Premier League wins in his opening nine games.Liverpool face Leicester on St. Stephen’s Day, and Klopp says they’ll be working hard to improve on their recent performances.Swansea stay in the bottom three after a scoreless draw with West Ham.
1 dead, 3 injured in Quezon road crash Milwaukee, which improved to an NBA-best 49-16, was coming off back-to-back losses to Utah and Phoenix after opening a five-game road trip with three victories.The Bucks ran off 13 consecutive points after Antetokounmpo was assessed a technical midway through the third quarter, one possession after he was knocked down attempting a shot, with no foul called. The Pacers missed the technical free throw and the Bucks responded with a 13-0 run. Antetokounmpo started the spurt with a dunk and finished it with another to put Milwaukee up 80-64 with 2:56 left in the period.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption charges“Sometimes, things are not working out the way you wanted and you just get frustrated,” Antetokounmpo said. “Sometimes you take it out on the ref, sometimes you take it out on yourself. Today, obviously I took it out on the ref and got a tech. Definitely deserved it.“But, I think my team did a great job just picking it up, playing with energy, rebounding the ball and responding that way.” Hong Kong tunnel reopens, campus siege nears end SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte The Bucks host Charlotte on Saturday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Hall of Fame Mets all-star pitcher diagnosed with dementia Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem LATEST STORIES P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed “It felt like the whole arena, his teammates, I think everybody was probably somewhat frustrated, but I think that frustration got channeled into a great energy,” Budenholzer said. “His teammates, and then Giannis, I thought made a couple big plays coming off the technical.”The Bucks opened their largest lead of the first half at 47-33 on two free throws by Antetokounmpo, but the Pacers went on a 17-7 run to close within 54-50 at the break.“Too much Antetokounmpo, too much Middleton,” Pacers coach Nate McMillan said. “When they have the attack at the basket and are knocking down 3s, they’re going to be tough to guard. They were pretty much knocking shots down from the perimeter and getting shots at the rim tonight. We missed some shots. We had some open looks that you need to knock down and we didn’t early.”TIP-INSPacers: Indy’s two-game road trip to Milwaukee and Philadelphia has important implications in the standings. The Pacers entered the game in third place in the Eastern Conference at 42-23, one game ahead of the Sixers.Bucks: Rookie guard Donte DiVincenzo, sidelined for almost two months with a heel injury, was available for Thursday night’s game against the Pacers. DiVincenzo, who was averaging 4.8 points and 15.6 minutes, is not likely to be back in the rotation immediately. DiVincenzo played slightly more than six minutes in the first half, then scored five points in the closing minutes.McMILLAN LIKES BUCKS MOVESVeteran center Pau Gasol, signed by the Bucks on Monday after a contract buyout by the Spurs, made his home debut, grabbing five rebounds in almost 11 minutes. Milwaukee already had added forward Nikola Mirotic in a three-team trade in early February. “I think they’ve done a nice job of adding to their roster,” McMillan said. “I think it’s a message to the rest of the league that they’re going for it.”UP NEXTIndiana is at Philadelphia on Sunday. P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss MOST READ Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo drives to the basket against Indiana Pacers’ Myles Turner (33) during the second half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, March 7, 2019, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Aaron Gash)MILWAUKEE — Giannis Antetokounmpo channeled his frustration over a technical foul in the best way possible.Antetokounmpo scored 29 points and Khris Middleton added 27 to help the Milwaukee Bucks bounce back from their first consecutive losses of the season with a 117-98 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Thursday night.ADVERTISEMENT The Bucks padded their lead with a 12-0 spurt early in the fourth quarter. Kyle O’Quinn opened the final period with a floater from the lane to bring the Pacers within 10 at 84-74. Ersan Ilyasova hit a 3-pointer to trigger the run, capped by Antetokounmpo’s drive to make it 96-74 with 8:21 left.Myles Turner had 22 points and Bojan Bogdanovic 17 for the Pacers.Bogdanovic hit a pair of 3-pointers to pull Indiana within three points at 67-64 before the technical on Antetokounmpo. Indiana’s Thaddeus Young thought that was the turning point.“The next play down, he imposed his will,” Young said. “He got a foul on me, got a dunk, and another dunk after that. I think that was the change in the game.”Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer said the entire team fed off the technical foul.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Trump campaign, GOP groups attack Google’s new ad policy Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting
Akila Dananjaya and Angelo Mathews starred for Sri Lanka as they hammered South Africa by 178 runs in the fifth and final ODI to win back-to-back matches and end the series on a positive note.However, South Africa won the five-match series 3-2 as they had already won the first three matches of the series in Sri Lanka.Sri Lanka captain Mathews struck a run-ball 97 to anchor his side and help Sri Lanka score 299/8 from their 50 overs after they won the toss and decided to bat.And the rest was taken care of Dananjaya, who spun a web around all the Proteas batsmen at the R.Premadasa Stadium in Colombo.South Africa, appeared clueless against off-spinner Dananjaya’s bag of tricks and were bundled out for 121 under 25 overs.The 24-year-old took 6/29 to register his best bowling figures in one-dayers and helped Sri Lanka finish the series with a respectable result.Dananjaya destroys South Africa as Sri Lanka finish on a high! He takes his ODI best 6/29 as the visitors are dismissed for just 121, their lowest ever total against Sri Lanka, and lose by 178 runs. South Africa win the series 3-2.#SLvSA scorecard https://t.co/IdAfWHipwX pic.twitter.com/bSiAzSAI9JICC (@ICC) August 12, 2018South Africa’s stand-in skipper Quinton de Kock, leading the side for the injured Faf du Plessis, was the only batsman to provide some resistance for the touring side with a stroke-filled 54.Mathews hit 11 fours and a six in his knock as Sri Lanka scored 93 off their final 10 overs to set South Africa a 300-run target.advertisement(With inputs from Reuters)