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SINGAPORE: A 41-year-old Singaporean was fined S$8,000 on Monday (Jan 23) after he was found guilty of abusing his pet husky.
According to a media release by the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA), Chiam Choon San Alan was fined for one count of animal cruelty and one count of non-compliance with dog licensing and control rules. 237 more words
U.K. startup Lobster is gearing up to scale its user-generated content licensing marketplace, as it closes a £1 million Series A. It’s expecting to have closed out the round next week, with 85 percent of the funding committed at this point and only its decision on the last few investors outstanding. 1,444 more words
First things first – an apology: I completely forgot to write a post last week, for which I apologise. I have mitigating circumstances (recording a CD is a punishing schedule, and trying to finish one dissertation and draft another while so doing fills up a lot of time!) and it is the first time that has happened since I started blogging in May, but nonetheless, I’m sorry. 472 more words
On Jan 24th, I will host a webcast on Oracle cost optimization via database replatforming.
Database license fees drive over 80% of total system cost. Many organizations virtualize their applications, but Oracle is often an exception for a variety of reasons. 163 more words
Microsoft have just announced that they are enabling free upgrades to Windows 10 Pro for certain customers licensed through the CSP (Cloud Solution Provider) program. 313 more words