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first_img“I haven’t met 98% of my players,” Horton said. “So for me to say I’m going to hit the ground running with this complex system isn’t realistic. It’s going to have to be fluid.” Top Stories Comments   Share   Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation He began taking lessons on May 9 and hopes to earn his license by the end of July. To earn a license, Horton must log at least 40 hours in the air and pass a written FAA exam.While flight school and being a defensive coordinator may be completely unrelated, Horton feels there are a few lessons he can take from his flight training that will apply to his job with the Cardinals.“How am I going to handle a player who makes a mistake?” Horton said to USA Today. “Hopefully I’ll remember when I made a critical mistake. Football is not life and death like it can be in an airplane. So when someone busts a coverage in Cover 2 and it costs us a game, I’ll keep it in perspective.”Patience and perspective will not be the only lesson the Horton takes from flight school to the NFL.Horton has been learning to fly at a very rapid pace and due to the NFL lockout he will have to implement his defensive scheme at a similar pace.“One thing I’ve got going for me, is that all of our division opponents have new offensive coordinators,” Horton said. “So we are all in the same boat.”While Horton would like to teach his defense as quick as possible, he does understand there will be a learning curve. What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Thanks to the current NFL lockout, many players coaches and others around football have an awful lot of free time on their hands that they are looking to fill.While athletes have been holding team workouts and having fun on twitter, Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton has decided to learn how to fly a plane.Horton has wanted to learn to fly for a while, but has never been able to find time because of football. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img read more

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first_imgAt Facebook’s F8 developer conference, founder Mark Zuckerberg shared with attendees his 10-year goals for Facebook, announced several new Facebook technologies, and even threw shade at Donald Trump.[Related: HOW SOCIAL MEDIA TOOLS CAN MAKE YOU A SMARTER INVESTOR]-   Instead of building walls we can help build bridges.In what was widely-regarded as a shot at Trump’s call for building a wall to keep out immigrants, Mark Zuckerberg opened his keynote at F8 by saying, “I hear fearful voices calling for building walls and distancing people they label as ‘others’…it takes courage to choose hope over fear.”-    Facebook Messenger will change the way you deal with businesses.Zuckerberg said that with Facebook’s new Messenger platform, the way in which people communicate with businesses will be as if they are messaging a friend. There will be no additional app to install. He showed an example of someone using Messenger to send 1-800-FLOWERS flowers without leaving Facebook. Businesses will use Messenger’s API to build “bots” that will interact with customers.-      Beginning of the Golden Age of online video.The roll-out of Facebook Live ushers in a new era for online video, said the Facebook founder. Facebook announced it will open its Live app up to developers to incorporate into their apps.-         Let’s give everyone Internet.Zuckerberg said that there are still 4 billion people without Internet and he plans to change that. Facebook built a solar-powered plane which can stay in the air for months and “beam down Internet” to remote places on the planet. Facebook is also launching a satellite to deliver connectivity to sub-Saharan Africa. It’s also creating frameworks for building apps that use less data to make data plans more affordable.-         Systems will be smarter than people.With Artificial Intelligence, Zuckerberg said that Facebook is focused on building systems that have better perception than humans. In a few years’ Facebook will understand what is in the photos, videos and articles posted on its platform. This will deliver better content to users. Also, with AI, the company developed a tool that lets the visually-impaired “see” photos. The tool reads what’s in images aloud.-         Facebook is working on changing the way we experience the world.With the acquisition of Oculus, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality have been a big focus of Zuckerberg’s. The company is releasing touch controllers for the Oculus Rift which will allow people to interact with one another in a VR and do things such as pick up objects. He said within 10 years, the bulky headsets will be reduced to a pair of normal-looking glasses. What’s New in TechnologyLatest News for EntrepreneursOur Best Videos be_ixf; php_sdk; php_sdk_1.4.18 https://www.blackenterprise.com/zuckerberg-trashes-trump-plots-facebook-world-domination/ https://www.blackenterprise.com/zuckerberg-trashes-trump-plots-facebook-world-domination/last_img read more