In-demand shared office firm IWG rejects offer from US investor Prime Opportunities

Share More From Our Partners Native American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgA ProPublica investigation has caused outrage in the U.S. this weekvaluewalk.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgWhy people are finding dryer sheets in their mailboxesnypost.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgMatt Gaetz swindled by ‘malicious actors’ in $155K boat sale boondogglenypost.comInside Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’ not-so-average farmhouse Lucy White Tuesday 29 May 2018 12:38 pm Shared office space firm IWG has rejected an offer from Los Angeles-based property investor Prime Opportunities, just two weeks after it confirmed it had received offers from a trio of other firms.Prime Opportunities said that it had led a consortium which made a cash offer for the entire business, but that IWG had dismissed the approach. In-demand shared office firm IWG rejects offer from US investor Prime Opportunities whatsapp FTSE 250-listed IWG is valued at more than £2bn and posted profits of £149.4m last year.A profit warning last year led to a takeover attempt from Canadian property group Brookfield, the owner of Center Parcs, though the £2.4bn bid was eventually rejected.The company has faced increased competition from flexible office space companies like WeWork and UK startup The Office Group.Read more: IWG open to talks with private equity firms over potential takeover whatsapp This was more than IWG had said regarding its approaches from private equity firms Lone Star, Starwood and TDR Capital. On 11 May, IWG said its was “evaluating the possible offers with its financial advisers and shareholders”.Read more: IWG share price jumps 20 per cent after talks of takeover”Prime Opportunities continues to actively consider the possibility of making an offer for IWG and is confident in its ability to submit a further proposal to IWG’s board for its consideration in due course,” the US firm said today in a statement.IWG’s shares, which had risen more than 35 per cent on news of the initial approaches earlier this month, climbed another two per cent this morning.Lone Star, TDR and Starwood have until 8 June to decide whether they will make a firm offer for IWG. Prime Opportunities, meanwhile, has until the 26 June. read more

Misprinted absentee ballot envelopes prompt Ketchikan officials to ask residents to double-check addresses

first_imgLocal Government | SoutheastMisprinted absentee ballot envelopes prompt Ketchikan officials to ask residents to double-check addressesSeptember 22, 2020 by Eric Stone, KRBD – Ketchikan Share:Secrecy folders for ballots and “I Voted” stickers at a polling place in the State Office Building for early and absentee voting, Aug. 15, 2016. (Photo by Jeremy Hsieh/KTOO)Registered voters with absentee ballots should double-check that their voting materials are for the correct community. That’s after Ketchikan election officials say more than a dozen registered voters were mailed absentee ballot envelopes with the wrong return address. Ketchikan Gateway Borough Clerk Kacie Paxton says between 15 and 25 voters likely got return envelopes that were printed for Palmer or Wasilla voters.“We mailed out our first batch of by-mail ballots on Friday, and on Saturday, I learned that a voter had received a by mail packet with an incorrect return envelope,” Paxton said in a phone interview Monday.Paxton says the borough’s longtime contracted printer for election materials — Homer-based Print Works — was dealing with large orders from several municipalities, including Ketchikan and the Mat-Su communities.“It sounds like it was in that process of folding these envelopes and sorting them and placing them in the boxes for the various different municipalities and it was in that process where it occurred. And a number of envelopes that were printed for the city of Wasilla and city of Palmer were placed into the box, coming to the Ketchikan Gateway Borough,” Paxton said.Paxton says the borough’s spot check of the 1,000 absentee ballot packets didn’t pick up the mistake.In a statement, Print Works owner Kevin Fraley apologized for the error and offered to pay to fix it. He says the company is taking precautions to ensure it can’t happen again and he regrets the oversight, saying that an error that undermines confidence in elections is the last thing Alaskans need.Ketchikan’s clerk’s office encourages all absentee voters to double-check the return address on the back of their absentee ballot and ensure the address is in Ketchikan. Paxton says she’s also contacted officials in Palmer and Wasilla about the misprint.“For several reasons,” Paxton said. “One, because all of these envelopes were printed together, there’s a possibility that they could also have incorrect envelopes in their batches. So we wanted to make them aware. And then also to make them aware that some of our voters could have a return address that could be returned to them.“So we’ll be in constant contact with both the voters and the clerks in Palmer and Wasilla to make sure that we account for every ballot, we’ll be reaching out to these voters until we receive their ballot to make sure that we that we help them to be able to vote, send it in, and that we get them in time,” Paxton continued.Paxton says her office has reached out to all 94 residents who were in that first batch of absentee ballots. For those who got incorrectly-addressed envelopes, she’s offering to pick up completed absentee ballots within city limits.Voters outside Ketchikan city limits can either drop them off at the borough’s office building at 1900 First Ave. or call to request a new envelope.It’s not the first printing error that’s affected mail-in voting this election cycle. Earlier this year, the Alaska Republican Party sent absentee ballot applications with the wrong names to about 3,500 registered voters.Alaska GOP Chair Glenn Clary blamed a mail-merge error by a contracted printer for the mishap. Clary said Monday that the GOP uses a different printer than the Ketchikan Gateway Borough.Ketchikan residents with questions about absentee voting or the printing error can contact the borough clerk’s office at 228-6605. Voters can request an absentee ballot for the October 6 municipal elections through Tuesday, Sept. 29.Share this story:last_img read more

Deflation spiral: Who would be the winners and losers?

first_img Show Comments ▼ Jessica Morris whatsapp Thursday 8 January 2015 12:33 pm whatsappcenter_img Share Deflation spiral: Who would be the winners and losers? Yesterday it was finally confirmed the embattled eurozone slipped into deflation in the final month of 2014.Consumer prices slid into negative territory with a -0.2 per cent year-on-year inflation rate. This marked a significant fall from November when prices rose by 0.3 per cent according to Eurostat. This has fuelled concern the eurozone could be teetering on the edge of a deflation death spiral, where people delay spending on the belief better deals will be around tomorrow. This weakens demand and eventually eats into companies’ profits reducing cash available for investment, new hires and wages.Eventually a vicious cycle emerges as depressed demand becomes more entrenched crunching companies’ profits, curtailing wage and job growth and how much people are prepared to spend.The euro area hasn’t fallen into a deflationary trap just yet – the reading was largely due to crumbling oil prices and core inflation (which removes more volatile indicators like food and energy) was 0.8 per cent.But if it does fall down the much-dreaded deflation death trap who will be the winners and losers?Winners:Consumers:Initially consumers would be better off as falling prices cut the cost of everyday goods like petrol, clothing, food and even laptops.Good deflation (or so-called benign deflation) is when technological innovation drives productivity flooding markets with more products. The surplus drives down prices while shielding people from nastier side effects like falling wages, layoffs etc.But if it’s the bad kind (or so-called malign deflation) consumers will eventually feel pinched as jobs and wages are squeezed.Savers:Deflation can reward savers who painstakingly cream off a portion of their paycheck each month and park it in the bank.However while high inflation actually eats into the value of money by reducing purchasing power, in times of deflation it’ll do the exact opposite.What’s more, falling prices and delayed purchases means people spend less, leaving the financially prudent with more left over to save at the end of the month.Retirees:Deflation can also top-up retirees’ incomes by making the value of pension pots decrease more slowly.Equally, it can depend on the kind of scheme they have, and those with a final salary pension scheme will be best off. However, if you’ve brought an inflation-linked annuity, then you could see your retirement income dwindle.Losers:Borrowers and their banks:Endemic deflation makes it much more difficult for households (and also governments) to service their debts as the real value falls more slower than initially expected.For individuals depressed wages mean the number of hours employees must theoretically work to pay back their debts increases. Banks also suffer as borrowers become reluctant, and at worse unable, to repay loans.Governments will also struggle, as prices and wages fall, with a knock-on effect on tax revenue. Peripheral eurozone countries with big debts such as Greece, Italy and Spain would be particularly worse off.Retailers:Retailers lose out during deflationary periods as falling prices encourages people to put off spending decisions.Why would someone pay £50 for a microwave one week when they think it’ll be going for around £45 at a later date? Savvy shoppers who hold out could end up £5 better off.What’s more, weak demand can lead retailers to slash prices further, as they battle to win ever scarer custom.The European Central Bank:Central bankers dread full-blown deflation because, once it’s takes hold, there’s little they can do to stop it.Policymakers typically stimulate inflation by raising interest rates, but with interest rates languishing at record lows, there’s little room to manoeuvre.Yesterday’s inflation figures have fired-up already hot pressure on the European Central Bank to introduce quantitative easing but there’s also doubts about how successful this will be. Tags: NULLlast_img read more

COVID-19 vaccine expands to more pharmacy locations, many have success booking appointments

first_imgMobile pediatric vaccination clinic happening in Cape Coral Friday June 11, 2021 AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments Advertisement“It went flawlessly,” she added. CVS and Walgreens do not have specific times when appointments become available, so people who are interested in getting an appointment will need to check back periodically. Lee County COVID-19 vaccine site moving to North Fort Myers this month June 13, 2021 AdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments Cape Coral doctor offers medical marijuana discount as COVID-19 vaccine incentive June 11, 2021 FORT MYERS, Fla.– With more CVS and Walgreens pharmacies offering the coronavirus vaccine, many people said they are having success reserving appointments. Governor Ron DeSantis announced the expansion of both chains last week, with new locations all over the state offering vaccinations. However, even after appointments were supposed to begin last week, the CVS website did not immediately update with the new available locations and there was some confusion about when appointments would open. The website has since updated with all available locations and people are able to book appointments. For people who have gotten vaccinated at the chains, they said it is a smooth process. “At the beginning it said unavailable, but once it became available it was really a simple website to navigate,” said Cape Coral resident Gayle Richter. center_img AdvertisementTags: covid-19 vaccineCVSWalgreens Advertisement Advertisement RELATEDTOPICS Mobile pediatric clinic provides COVID vaccines for children 12+ June 15, 2021last_img read more

Fort Myers Police Chief Diggs’ contract extended by city council

first_imgAdvertisement WATCH: Fort Myers lotto looter on the run with stacks of scratchers June 16, 2021 AdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments FMPD surrounds home after shooting June 12, 2021 AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments AdvertisementDiggs and the City Manager still need to work out the details of his contract. AdvertisementTags: Fort MyersFort Myers Police Departmentcenter_img Man killed during shooting at Central Avenue June 12, 2021 Thief scoops up tip jar at Fort Myers ice cream shop June 16, 2021 Advertisement FORT MYERS, Fla.– The Fort Myers City Council has extended Fort Myers Police Chief Diggs’ contract. The contract was set to expire in August. Chief Diggs joined the council meeting through Zoom when he was asked if he would like to stay in Fort Myers, Monday night. “While these are challenging times my commitment to improving the public safety in the city of Fort Myers is unwavered,” said Diggs. RELATEDTOPICSlast_img read more

CIFP acquires Canadian Hedge Watch

first_img Related news IE Staff Keywords Mergers and acquisitionsCompanies Canadian Institute of Financial Planning Mississauga, Ont-based Canadian Institute of Financial Planning (CIFP) announced on Tuesday that it has acquired all outstanding shares and controlling interest in Toronto-based Canadian Hedge Watch Inc. (CHW).CHW, which also operates as Radius Financial Education, provides a wide range of conferences in the areas of alternative investment products, ETFs and pensions. In addition, CHW provides data services and education courses to its clients. Share this article and your comments with peers on social media CI acquires US$5.1B San Diego-based RIA Desjardins buys Montreal boutique firm Hexavest CIFP provides educational courses and training for financial planners to obtain the certified financial planner designation and the organization’s own designation, the registered retirement consultant, which focuses on the retirement, lifestyle, and intergenerational wealth transfer planning needs of Canadians.CIFP provides services to the practitioner, corporate and academic markets. CIFP also provides information technology consulting services through its subsidiary will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of CIFP. Keith Costello, president and CEO of CIFP, also will serve as president and CEO of CHW.“CHW and CIFP have excellent synergies allowing both organizations to extend their presence in new market segments both in Canada and global markets,” said Costello in a statement. Cidel Asset Management to acquire fixed income manager High angle view of businesspeople shaking hands and closing a deal rido/123RF Facebook LinkedIn Twitterlast_img read more

Health Ministry organises workshop on health and nutrition initiatives

first_img By EH News Bureau on October 23, 2018 In order to address the disparities, which are largely located in pockets within states, the government has identified 117 Aspirational DistrictsThe Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, in collaboration with Ministry of Women and Child Development, organised a one-day National Workshop for Orientation of District Officials of Aspirational Districts on Health and Nutrition recently.The workshop was inaugurated by Ashwini Kumar Choubey and Anupriya Patel, Ministers of State for Health and Family Welfare. At the function, the State Health Ministers unveiled the Operational Guidelines on Aspirational Districts for Health and Nutrition and launched the e-Mitra mobile application.Speaking at the event, Choubey stated that most of the developmental gains for the country will come from aspirational districts. Therefore, to achieve equity and accelerated improvements in human development indicators, the government has focused its energy on these districts, he said.Dr Vinod Paul, Member, NITI Ayog, Rakesh Srivastava, Secretary, Ministry of Women and Child Development and Preeti Sudan, Secretary (HFW) were also present at the inaugural function.In his address, Choubey further stated that this is a first of its kind initiative by identifying 117 districts under the ‘Aspirational Districts’ programme with an aim to quickly and effectively transform them. He added that India has made great progress in the context of health indicators and have practically achieved MDG targets.“The decline in Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR) has been the highest since the last several decades which has declined by 37 points from 167/ lakh live births in 2011-13 to 130/ lakh live births in 2014-16 within a span of just three years. This accounts for an impressive 22 per cent reduction in MMR since 2013,” he said.Addressing the participants, Patel said that the government is committed to achieving the goals of the National Health Policy 2017, and of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, “We have achieved impressive results in terms of accessibility and quality of services which resulted in reduced deaths of mothers, newborns and children, and improved health outcomes overall,” she said.Patel further said that in order to address the disparities, which are largely located in pockets within states, the government has identified 117 Aspirational Districts. “It is expected that sustained and intensive efforts in programme implementation, monitoring and support will improve health and nutrition indicators and ensure that all people have equal access to high quality health care,” she elaborated.The Prime Minister of India has coined the nomenclature of Aspirational Districts, thereby affirming a commitment to improvement in key indicators of these districts, so as to achieve the vision of a New India by 2022, she said.The operational guidelines on Aspirational Districts will provide a framework for implementing action to be undertaken for various health initiatives to guide the state, district, block programme officers and other stakeholders in organizing various activities expected to meet the vision for health by leveraging health and nutrition initiatives to bring transformation in the lives of people and meet their aspirations to be healthy.The e-Mitra (Mobile Integrated Toolkit RMNCH+A ) app has been designed to complement the Aspirational District Programme and offers a one stop solution to access RMNCH+A related statistics from different sources through a combination of approaches.The workshop was attended by the senior officers from the Ministry of Health, MoWCD and NHSRC along with the representatives from 28 States, 117 Aspirational District Official and development partners like WHO, UNICEF, USAID, BMGF, TATA Trust and UNFPA etc., and civil society organisations. Read Article Related Posts Health Ministry organises workshop on health and nutrition initiatives Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Sharecenter_img Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story News WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025last_img read more

Crime Watch – A literal falling out

first_img It’s a good thing that Santa Monica Police have LAPD to help them. Anonymous says: HomeBad BehaviorCrime Watch – A literal falling out Jan. 16, 2020 at 6:00 amBad BehaviorCrimeCRIME WATCHFeaturedNewsCrime Watch – A literal falling outeditor1 year agoarrestcrimesanta monica policesmpd On November 10, 2019 at approximately 10 p.m.In the area of Lincoln and Broadway, a female was driving her boyfriend to an area in Los Angeles. While driving, they got into an argument about the boyfriend’s use of narcotics. He became upset and slapped her across the face. He then punched her and attempted to strangle her. The female grabbed her boyfriend’s phone threatening to throw it out the window if he did not stop attacking her. The boyfriend stopped his attack and opened up the car door. The female then drove off causing her boyfriend to fall out of the car. She was able to call the police. Police were unable to find the suspect that evening and placed a want in the system. On January 1, 2020 LAPD arrested the suspect and brought him to the Santa Monica Jail for booking. Chase Farrington McFadden, 32, of Los Angeles was arrested for inflicting corporal injury on spouse/cohabitant/Etc. Bail was set at $50,000.Tags :arrestcrimesanta monica policesmpdshare on Facebookshare on Twittershow 1 comment Comments are closed. January 17, 2020 at 4:43 AM 1 Comment Man Sentenced for Shooting at Venice BarWoodacres sale price: $20 millionYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsBobadilla rejects Santa Monica City Manager positionMatthew Hall7 hours agoBriefsLos Angeles Sheriff’s deputy accused of destroying evidence of 2019 assaultAssociated Press10 hours agoNewsCouncil picks new City ManagerBrennon Dixson17 hours agoFeaturedNewsProtesting parents and Snapchat remain in disagreement over child protection policiesClara Harter17 hours agoFeaturedNewsDowntown grocery to become mixed use developmenteditor17 hours agoNewsBruised but unbowed, meme stock investors are back for moreAssociated Press17 hours agolast_img read more

Welcome to the Not-So-Normal major season

first_imgWhen play gets underway on Thursday at TPC Harding Park it will end a Grand Slam hiatus that stretched 382 days. As the COVID-19 pandemic rocked the foundation of the golf world, the loudest headlines centered on the major championships. The U.S. Open and Masters were relocated to the fall with hopes of better days and the promise of a vaccine, while The Open Championship was pushed to 2021. The PGA Championship, which was originally scheduled for the second week of May, moved to the front of the line. The strangest of years will serve up the most surreal major championship since the U.S. Open was replaced in 1942 by the Hale America Open (which was won by Ben Hogan, and which historians argue should count toward the Hawk’s major championship haul), and it’s not just because it’s been more than a year since Shane Lowry won the game’s last major. “It’s odd, but the whole 2020 thing, very odd,” said Jason Day with a familiar redundancy of words. “We’ve got no fans out here. I mean, it’s just a whole kind of cluster, you know what I’m talking about. Just got to kind of just roll with it.” News & Opinion Monday Scramble: Top 10 favorites for the PGA BY Ryan Lavner  — August 2, 2020 at 9:40 AM It’s August, but the season’s first major is finally here. And with it comes a look at the top-10 favorites to hoist the Wanamaker Trophy on Sunday. Sure, let’s start with the lack of fans. It’s not as though players haven’t had enough time to get used to the silence that’s become the soundtrack to golf’s return, and Day’s “roll with it” mentality has been widely embraced. But this is a major. With San Francisco hosting its first major since 2012, this week’s PGA Championship was going to be a standing-room-only and raucous affair played on a public gem. Instead, it will be 156 players and caddies filling the void. The championship will still be played at TPC Harding Park, which has made cameos as a PGA Tour venue before but is hosting its first major, as a party with no invited guests. Since the Tour’s restart in early June it’s been a similar scene of empty fairways and peaceful fields and that’s been fine, but this was supposed to be different. “All these tournaments are created by their atmosphere and everyone has a different feel, and every tournament since coming back off the lockdown has felt the same, whether it’s the Colonial or the Travelers Championship or the Memorial or whatever it’s been,” Rory McIlroy said. “It’s the people and the atmosphere, that’s what makes a tournament and when you don’t have that, there’s nothing really for them to differentiate themselves. “Obviously, the courses are different, setups are a little different, but at the end of the day, it’s all sort of the same.” Harding Park will be ringed with predictably thick rough and the greens will deliver the required zip, the competition will be of championship quality and officials will still hand the Wanamaker Trophy to a smiling champion on Sunday. “It’s going to be weird to not have fans next week, but we’ve been playing with no fans for a while now so we’re kind of used to it,” Day said. “I think there’s going to be a little bit more pressure and intensity next week, I understand that, but I think a lot of the guys kind of understand what needs to be done.” The intensity will resemble something close to what we’ve become accustomed to but everything else will be different. And it’s just not the lack of fans that will fuel this week’s dystopian vibe. Harding Park has never hosted a major so there’s nothing to compare it to. When the U.S. Open is played in September at Winged Foot, also without fans, there will be a collective recall to help fill in the blanks. It remains to be seen if fans will return for November’s Masters but if not, well, it’s Augusta National and the cathedral creates its own audience. Three-peat? Can Koepka win another Wanamaker Trophy? Vintage footage of the 2009 Presidents Cup or ’15 WGC-Match Play at Harding Park won’t be enough to fill in those gaps. There’s also this week’s field. Major championships are defined by the depth of the tee sheet as the game’s best flock to compete for the ultimate prize, but since the Tour’s restart golf’s best have traveled well. After three months of quarantine the fields at both Colonial and Harbour Town were historically deep and even last week’s WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational assembled an impressive cast despite some high-profile no-shows, most notably Tiger Woods, Justin Rose and Adam Scott. The best example of this was last month’s Memorial, which drew an 803 strength of field, according to the world ranking. By comparison, last year’s PGA Championship had a 901 strength of field. For the vast viewing audience that has tuned in since golf’s restart, the relative rankings and eerie tranquility haven’t seemed to impact what’s become a television-only product. Those distinctions are left only to the players. “It’s not going to have as much of a major-like feel because of not having fans, so that’s something that’s going to be drastically different,” Justin Thomas said. “But in terms of a golf course setup and everything else, it will still be very major-like, I’m sure, so we’re all going to experience the same thing.” After a 382-day wait, even a “different” major is worth savoring.last_img read more

Answering Critiques of Specification in William Dembski’s Design Filter

first_img A Physician Describes How Behe Changed His MindLife’s Origin — A “Mystery” Made AccessibleCodes Are Not Products of PhysicsIxnay on the Ambriancay PlosionexhayDesign Triangulation: My Thanksgiving Gift to All Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Share Requesting a (Partial) Retraction from Darrel Falk and BioLogos Evolution NewsEvolution News & Science Today (EN) provides original reporting and analysis about evolution, neuroscience, bioethics, intelligent design and other science-related issues, including breaking news about scientific research. It also covers the impact of science on culture and conflicts over free speech and academic freedom in science. Finally, it fact-checks and critiques media coverage of scientific issues. Share Congratulations to Science Magazine for an Honest Portrayal of Darwin’s Descent of Man Email Print Google+ Linkedin Twitter Share Jane Goodall Meets the God Hypothesis The criticism centers on William Dembski’s explanatory filter for detecting design, especially Dembski’s crucial innovation, which was to include specification as the filter’s final step. Critics say specification is an ad hoc addition, conjured up by ID theorists for no good reason except to prop up ID theory. No one else uses it, they say. They’re wrong, says Holloway. Dembski accurately formalized a filter we use so often that we’re like fish in the sea. We are unaware of it because it’s ubiquitous. To prove his point, Holloway comes armed with powerful examples from information theory, communication theory, and cryptography. center_img Tagscommunication theorycryptographyEric Hollowayinformation theoryintelligent designRobert CrowtherspecificationWilliam Dembski,Trending Origin of Life: Brian Miller Distills a Debate Between Dave Farina and James Tour “A Summary of the Evidence for Intelligent Design”: The Study Guide Intelligent Design Answering Critiques of Specification in William Dembski’s Design FilterEvolution News @DiscoveryCSCAugust 31, 2020, 4:18 PM Recommended Photo credit: Jakob Owens via UnsplashOn a new episode of ID the Future, host Robert Crowther interviews Eric Holloway, Associate Fellow at the Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence, about Holloway’s recent article answering a common criticism of intelligent design theory. Download the podcast or listen to it here.last_img read more