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If you’re trying to access the Salinas city website, you’ve probably got important business. Maybe you want to check out the agenda for the next council meeting, or email the city manager’s office, or you’re wondering when code enforcement is going to take care of that dirty crop circle in your neighbor’s field. You probably aren’t looking for a new pair of Uggs. Discerning users of the interwebs would be wise to question the legitimacy of this site, which appears to readily accept payments in both Master Card and Visa.

You’ll end up there if you try to click on the city site after searching for it on an engine like Google. Google, at least, offers a warning under the City of Salinas link: “This site may be hacked.”

Gina Moore, the acting informations system manager for the city, says she’s been trying to resolve this problem with the city’s web host for a month and a half.

“I’m getting kind of fed up with the whole thing, to be quite honest,
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” she says. But HostMySite, she says, has been slow to respond. And her own efforts to fix the problem haven’t succeeded: “I’ve removed the script, I know it by heart, and it just is instantly rewritten again.”

“I got kind of upset with these people because its been taking so long,” Moore adds. “I kept saying we’re a city government, we can’t have this kind of thing happening.” Salinas pays the host $191 a year for its services.

“When I look at the code that’s been inserted in this website, it looks like it’s probably from China,” she says. “I’m sure it’s not legit. I would never recommend anyone click on anything.”

Moore says HostMySite has said that it will move the city’s website to a new server, which may solve the problem as soon as today. But no guarantees.
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They were once the height of fashion worn by fashionistas from Kate Moss to Stella McCartney. But it seems we’ve now fallen out of love with the comfy Ugg boot, as sales of the shoes have plummeted this year.

Ugg’s parent group Deckers have seen sales drop 31 per cent in its third quarter of the year, according to The Huffington Post. The company expects profits to drop further by the end of the year while their shares have also fallen to a three year low.

Cheaper imitations, rising prices and a warm summer have been blamed for the recent lack of interest in the sheepskin shoes which originated in Australia.

The boots have also fallen out of fashion as high heels have become back in vogue.

Rana Reeves, founder of brand agency John Doe, hinted in The Guardian that sales could also be down due to the brand’s reputation being tarnished by D list celebrity fans.

While once A listers like Cameron Diaz and Uma Thurman stepped out in the boots and still managed to look glamorous, more recently it’s been TOWIE stars and Wags who have worn them paired with tracksuit bottoms for a just got out of bed look.

Reeves told The Guardian the brand would need to rethink their marketing policy if they want to turn their fortunes around.

‘I’d say they’re in a similar position to when Daniella Westbrook wore Burberry,’ he said.

‘It’s a victim of its own success,’ they said. ‘It is living proof of why brands work so hard to protect their designs when copies are sold everywhere from supermarkets to market stalls, the original item is no longer considered exclusive.

‘Many people questioned the aesthetic

of the boot (our Aussie friends think we’re crazy for wearing footwear

they see as slippers on the street), but having the celebrity

endorsement of big names like Kate Moss drove sales sky high.

‘Now everyone and their mother has a

pair. They are undeniably a wardrobe staple, but the ubiquitous Ugg boot

is no longer a style statement.

‘Rather it’s a pair of comfortable

boots you might pop to the shops in and you’d be hoping you wouldn’t

bump into your chicest friend.

‘As with any trend, unless it

evolves, it will die. For the Ugg sheepskin boot to make a comeback now

it would take time or a total reinvention and I’m not sure even Jimmy

Choo could bring them back to life now.

‘Saying that, Ugg have plenty more styles to fall back on from very chic biker boots to heeled knee boots so the Ugg brand is not under threat just because the sheepskin boot is no longer a trend item.’
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Apparently there’s nothing like a sale to pull us out of the Sandy slump.

Shopping in general is an interesting topic in the aftermath of a disaster, whether or not you’re personally affected.

The thought itself should affect us a bit, however, whoever and wherever you are. Meaning, what value does shopping hold when in comparison to those still in need of help? But the world goes round and, just as the man at the hotel said to me when asked if the Sandy discount was still being offered to those displaced, “Sandy is unfortunately over.” Interesting choice of words, nonetheless.

There are definitely elements that we could shake. For instance, my Sandy hair is getting a little too Sandy. I couldn’t justify tidying up when everyone else on my block was walking around in hazmat suits for three weeks. But dry shampoo only works for so long.

I couldn’t help but feel ashamed to go for a quick jog past my neighbours as they cleaned out their livelihoods from sewage water. And who could be concerned about a diet when you had to walk 20 blocks just to get food? We were eating whatever we could get our hands on, hence downtowners in Manhattan experienced what was pegged as the “Sandy Seven” similar to the Freshman Fifteen, in that you’re going to gain the designated weight gain and that’s just the way it is. But who wants to go through a hurricane and on top of it get fat? That’s not fair!

A lot confused me about the whole situation and I’ll admit, I am still slightly offended when I see others with blown out hair and high heels. Thank goodness for my Sandy Uggs. But I’m sure those people had jobs to show up for and events to attend and the fact simply is, life does go on. Ipad minis are still selling in a storm and people will still choose to spend their time waiting in line all day for one.

I’m not trying to judge. Sure, I wasn’t a big fan of the Twitter feeds delivered by the Gap and American Apparel on the eve of Sandy, picking up flack for blasting sale alerts with extra discounts going out to those states in danger, suggesting they’d have nothing better to do with their time besides shop online while stuck at home. I was, however, delighted to see local businesses offering post Sandy in store sales to encourage foot traffic in devastated areas. “We’re open!” signs never looked so good.

I’m starting to think shopping might bring some joy around. It may just be time to get back with the program. After all, Cyber Monday’s only two days away and that only comes around once a year. The holidays are right around the corner, and in no time, we’ll all have to strut our stuff at holiday parties and get togethers. Perhaps it’s time to, once again, start dressing like I mean business and not as if I’m still without a mirror.

The finds are definitely out there. For starters, if you’re an H fan, famed designer Maison Martin Margiela released a line for the reasonably priced fashion forward store which debuted on Nov. 15. Hunter boots come in a fabulous new colour called merlot which I’m dying to get my hands on, and Crate and Barrel has the cheeriest, most festive ad campaign I’ve seen in a long time.

You can still support Sandy while shopping The Bay has given shoppers the option to donate their points. Lululemon, a proud Canadian company, has taken on incredible leadership in terms of Sandy relief community events in the local devastated areas.

Scosha, my favorite jewelry line based out of Brooklyn, has designed a Sandy specific relief bracelet in which all proceeds go to the cause; this can be purchased on their website.

I am proud to suggest that this year, donations may just be the way to go when it comes to spending money.

What better a gift could you give?

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The last time Tom Brady was spotted on the North Shore was nearly a year ago. He was wearing UGG boots and walking on West Beach in Beverly Farms with his dog, Lua, filming a commercial. Back then, security had to keep everyone away from the now four time Super Bowl winner and three time Super Bowl MVP.That will not be the case this time as superstar Brady, considered one of the finest quarterbacks to ever play the game, will take the stage, with tickets going on sale March 31.”Known for his strong work ethic and his belief that it is his team and not he that wins championships, Tom Brady is respected across the NFL and is a fan favorite throughout New England. Named ‘Sports Illustrated’s’ Sportsman of the Year in 2005, he credits the team for his win,” said a statement from Salem State University.”It will be so huge for students,” said Salem State spokesman Karen Cady. “We are just thrilled.”The series, presented under the auspices of the Salem State University Foundation,
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is in its 32nd season. It works with a lot of different agencies to secure its speakers.”It is known the series is a good experience for speakers,” Cady said. Patriot’s Head Coach Bill Belichick spoke in 2008. Other sports speakers include Hall of Fame Baltimore Orioles shortstop Cal Ripken Jr. in 2007 and former Red Sox and Mets manager Bobby Valentine in 2012. Quarterback Doug Flutie and Celtics legend Bill Russell also spoke as part of the series.When asked how much was paid to attract Brady to speak, Cady said: “We never go there.””It’s a real coup, and what is really nice is there are no name recognition issues,” Cady said.The series took a hiatus last year amid a fundraising campaign.There was no word on whether Brady’s wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen, will be joining her husband in Salem for the interview. Prices range from $25 for bleacher and balcony seats to $100 for premium seats.The first 200 Salem State Students will get in for a $10 General Admission price.Salem State University alumnus, supporter and sports fan Dennis Drinkwater, former co owner of Giant Glass and Denorabilia, is the presenting sponsor of Brady’s appearance.ArticlesUPDATE: Many in Merrimack Valley to remain without power until late Friday night, National Grid saysUsed Apple Store owner evicted from Derry shopPolice: $70,000 worth of cocaine seized from man who took package from porch of Lawrence homeDerry mourns passing ofDon BallMan arrested in Lawrence drug investigationPolice: Man shot in neck in Lawrence during robberyResidents struggle with deplorable conditions in Lawrence buildingPolice: Loaded gun found in bed where 3 year old child sleeps in Lawrence homeUPDATE: National Grid rolls back earlier optimistic estimates on power restorationPowder found at scene of unattended death in Andover
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Fry Communications Inc., a company owned and operated by Ann Arbor entrepreneur and resident David Fry and his family, has acquired a majority stake in Ann Arbor based Aysling Digital Media Solutions.

Aysling Digital Media Solutions has leased the former Make A Wish Foundation building on Huronview Boulevard.

The sale gives Fry Communications, a Pennsylvania based commercial printing company with more than 1,000 employees, a digital services offering that it can provide to its existing customers. Fry Communications expects to operate Aysling as an independent subsidiary.

is a great company to help us provide these digital services for content creators and content distributors, said David Fry, who built web commerce design firm Fry Inc. into a company with more than 100 employees before selling it to Micros Systems in 2008. think the potential is to grow the business and the software and the products it offers. Becker, founder and president of Aysling, said the company plans to add to its Ann Arbor staff of 10 employees after the investment by Fry Communications.

The firm also recently signed a lease for the 3,800 square foot former Make A Wish Foundation building at 230 Huronview Blvd. in Ann Arbor. The building was listed by Colliers International agents Jim Chaconas and Brendan Cavender,
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who represented Aysling.

That facility provide them room for expansion as their company continues to grow, Cavender said in an e mail. a really cool building and the number of freestanding office buildings in Ann Arbor that are close to that size are very limited. company was previously operating out of the Jones Drive building that also houses the Tech Brewery incubator.

Becker said he anticipates filling Aysling new building within six months to a year. affiliate of an Amsterdam based software maker called WoodWing. Aysling takes existing software applications, such as those produced by WoodWing, and customizes them for its own clients, a roster of media companies that includes firms like Hearst Corp., Time Inc. and Meredith Corp.

Becker said he views Fry Communications investment as a vehicle that will fuel his company expansion in the burgeoning digital design services sector. Among the opportunities is packaging and configuring software that helps big corporations design applications for tablet devices such as Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy.

Becker said the chance to work with David Fry and his family business was particularly attractive.

family offers us a very solid financial foundation, he said. of our vision is to establish Aysling as a global professional services company. That really what we do. founder and Fry Communications chief technology officer David Fry

Becker said he currently looking to hire HTML5 developers and is considering adding sales staff in Ann Arbor. The company, which moved from Detroit to Ann Arbor in 2010, has 20 employees nationally, about half in Ann Arbor. But he said Ann Arbor would be the primary base for the company growth.

Arbor has a great technology community. It is very easy to attract talent in Ann Arbor. What we found is that the talent coming out of the University of Michigan is on par with any other region in the country, Becker said.
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When the offence is struggling, the SAIT Trojans women basketball team turns to its defence to get the job done.

In the first of two Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference road games played in Caronport, Sask., against the host Briercrest College Clippers on Friday night, the Trojans emerged victorious 58 46.

not many teams in this league that can win scoring in the 50s, and we able to do it because our defense is stingy when it comes down to it, said Trojans head coach Bir Parmar, whose team has gone four straight games holding teams to below 50 points.

SAIT moves to 11 1 on the season, staying atop the ACAC South Division. Briercrest falls to 3 9.

Down three points after the first quarter, SAIT went on an 11 0 run to start the second quarter.

When halftime rolled around, SAIT led 28 21 and never let their lead slip away.

Alicia Tan (5th year, Calgary, Bachelor of Business Administration) led the Trojans with 12 points, while little sister Alexa (2nd year, Calgary, Business Administration) added 10.

Amy Gustavsen (5th year, Calgary, Pharmacy Assistant), who played for the Clippers for the past four years before coming to SAIT, scored nine points and grabbed eight rebounds in her return to Briercrest.

Moriah Williams paced the Clippers with 15 points.

The teams wrap up their weekend set Saturday at noon.


The SAIT Trojans women volleyball team simply made too many errors Friday night.

After taking the opening set, the Trojans dropped the next three as they fell 3 1 (23 25, 25 16, 25 19, 25 12) to the visiting Clippers in their ACAC contest played at the Campus Centre.

the first set, they made more errors than us, and then in the rest of the sets, we made more errors than them,
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said Trojans head coach Art O a good team, and they put a lot of pressure on us. We just didn respond as well as I would have hoped. falls to 8 11 on the year, while the Clippers move to 18 1.

did some good things, O said, just not enough. And in this league, you have to do it time after time after time. service and hitting errors seemed to doom the Trojans in the final three sets of play, their defence played remarkably well against a strong hitting team.

They just couldn capitalize off of it.

had trouble scoring in transition, for sure, said O didn use our middles enough, and they just camped out on our outsides, so we have to do a better job of that. Jadyn Leong (1st year, Calgary, Business Administration) led the Trojans with eight kills.

Briercrest was led by Samantha Zacharias and her game high 20 kills.

make a few adjustments, and really, we just need to clean up our side, O added.


Everything seemed to be clicking Friday night for the SAIT Trojans men basketball team.

The Trojans seemed to score at will, as they ran away with a 117 78 victory over the host Briercrest College Clippers in the first of two ACAC games played in Caronport, Sask., this weekend.

really wanted to work on a few things, said Trojans head coach Marty Birky. pressure defense turned them over 32 times. A lot of our points came as a result of turning over the ball. moves to a perfect 12 0 on the season. Briercrest falls to 0 12.

Leading the Trojans was guard Levi Taylor (4th year, Spokane, Wash., Office Professional). He scored a game high 29 points to go along with four steals.

Teammate Nick Molina (4th year, Calgary, Business Administration) played in his first game of the season after missing his team previous 11 games with a knee injury.

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scoring 25 points 18 of those coming from behind the arc.

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Her pole vaulting coach was having lunch with a bobsledding coach at an Olympic training center. The two got talking about Knous, who later got a call from the bobsledding coach.

Three years later she was in Vancouver. She’ll never forget the opening ceremony.

“I felt like my whole athletic career kinda just came, and it felt like that, here’s the reward. Like, here you’re on the world stage representing your country,” Knous said.

Knous didn’t have the finish she’d hoped for, but she will never forget the sights and sounds of the Olympics, starting with her first run.

“It was so loud that in some of the curves, just audiences and people, everyone was just cheering so loud, that I thought our sled broke,” Knous said.

Knous will watch this year’s games from the comfort of her own home with her husband and two boys who she calls her “gold medals.”

“There’s just a time and place for everything. I had my time and place as an athlete and I enjoy my life just as much now just as much as an athlete,” Knous said.
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With a panel discussion, five live online sessions and numerous posts on digital safety topics, we hope you have a better understanding of why digital security is important for journalists and what you can do to work more safely in the digital realm.

Now the workshop has ended, we won be adding any more posts to the Digital Safety for Journalists website, but the DW Akademie team will continue to blog on digital security (and other topics) on the onMedia blog.

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Although it looked legitimate, the email was actually a phishing attack (view the email here). The fraudulent link redirected the recipients to a bogus site where they were asked for their login credentials. At least one person fell for the phishing email and gave the hackers, the Syrian Electronic Army, the password they needed to tweet in AP name.

In this case, the incident proved more embarrassing than damaging the tweet was corrected immediately and the stock market recovered within minutes.

One of the basic steps every journalist should take to protect their online accounts from hackers is to use two step verification. With everyone recommending it, journalist Kate Hairsine decided it was time to two step her way across the internet. She found it easy enough to set up but some aspects slightly annoying. Though in comparison to having your online identity stolen, all your emails deleted and scurrilous or erroneous Tweets sent in your name,
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