Bulletin Koma Ebola Du 19 Mars 2019 Français by Koma Ebola A #Butembo, la population propose que des médecins locaux soient intégrés dans la riposte contre #Ebola. C’était lors d’une tribune populaire organisée par la société civile du Nord-Kivu ce weekend à Njiapanda, l’un quartier de #Butembo.

« Lorsque la population s’engage en disant (…) nous voudrions que les médecins locaux soient aussi recyclés, formés pour qu’ils puissent être en mesure de prendre en charge des cas de l’épidémie, nous trouvons que c’est très important », a déclaré Edgar Mateso, vice-président de la société civile du Nord Kivu, à la fin de la rencontre.

Pour lui, de telles tribunes d’expression populaire devraient continuer pour comprendre ce que veut la population. « De sorte que la coordination de la riposte puisse recadrer certaines actions, ou repréciser certaines actions, ou renforcer des actions qui accusent certaines faiblesses », a-t-il souligné.

Edgar Mateso s’est réjoui du fait que les habitants de #Butembo aient pu s’exprimer librement. Depuis la semaine passée, la représentation de la société civile de #Butembo multiplie des rencontres communautaires pour écouter la population au sujet de la riposte contre #Ebola.

La réticence est brisée dans le village de #Mutendero, dans la chefferie de #Bashu. Une partie de cette localité qui avait refoulé une équipe de riposte contre #Ebola, a finalement adhéré à la riposte. Après une sensibilisation du secrétaire administratif de la chefferie, Nzuki Sikumbili, suite à des décès enregistrés dans une famille, la population a, elle-même, appelé l’équipe de la riposte pour des investigations.

Dans la zone de santé d’#Oicha, tous les cas de mort survenu en famille, feront l’objet d’un examen médical. C’est une mesure prise par l’équipe locale de la riposte contre #Ebola pour éviter d’éventuelles surprises. Kule Kyusa, l’un des superviseurs de la zone de santé d’#Oicha le confirme dans ce bulletin.

#Témoignage d’un guéri
La population doit savoir que la maladie à virus Ebola existe bel et bien. C’est ce qu’a déclaré Elie Muhindo Kapanza, un guéri d’Ebola soigné au Centre de traitement (CTE) de #Beni. Il dit avoir repris sa santé normale.

Situation épidémiologique
Neuf nouveaux cas ont été confirmés ce lundi dont trois à #Katwa, deux à #Vuhovi, deux à #Masereka, un à Butembo et un à #Kalunguta. Cinq nouveaux décès de cas confirmés ont été notifiés. Un décès a été enregistré au Centre de traitement Ebola (CTE) de #Butembo. Deux patients sont sortis guéris du #CTE Butembo.
Au total 960 cas dont 895 confirmés et 65 probables ont été notifiés depuis le début de l’épidémie. 603 décès dont 538 confirmés et 65 probables ont été enregistrés. Les personnes guéries sont au nombre de 314.


Seven Ways to Get Your Ears On with New Offers at the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort

Everybody get your ears on! Celebrate 90 years of our favorite pals Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse – the duo that started it all – and stay in the magic of one of three Hotels of the Disneyland Resort. Here are seven great ways to have a good, good time during the Get Your Ears On – A Mickey and Minnie Celebration!

Stay in the Magic: Save up to 25 percent on select rooms at the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort on most Sunday through Thursday nights from April 14, 2019 to April 25, 2019, or save up to 20 percent on select rooms on most Sunday through Thursday nights from April 28, 2019 through May 23, 2019. Book now through May 20, 2019!*

Whether you’re vacationing amid the Craftsman grandeur of Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, the mid-century modern classic of the Disneyland Hotel or the seaside whimsy of Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel, the benefits are unmatched and truly magical. Conveniently just steps away, you’ll enjoy early admission to one of the Parks every day of your hotel stay with Extra Magic Hour (valid theme park admission and active hotel key card required) and other enchanted experiences such as character greetings in the lobby and Disney-themed elements in the guest rooms.**

Seven Ways to Get Your Ears On with New Offers at the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort

A Good Time at Goofy’s Kitchen: For a limited time, the Get Your Ears On – A Mickey and Minnie Celebration is turning dinner at Goofy’s Kitchen into a mouse-tastic event you’ll never forget! Guests are in for an especially entertaining meal as Chef Goofy serves up a heaping helping of fab new fun-filled themed food items, celebratory take-home swag, décor and appearances by Disney’s most legendary love birds, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse. Plus, keep your eyes peeled for their good pals, Pluto and Chip ‘n’ Dale! In addition to five all-you-care-to-enjoy stations featuring a variety of delectable fare, Chef Goofy has created some delish dishes that honor Mickey Mouse and his fave lady, including Steamboat Chili, Mouse Ear cookies and celebration cupcakes.***

Seven Ways to Get Your Ears On with New Offers at the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort

See Mickey’s 90th Celebration Cake:  Sweet! Delight in the sight of this colorful, confectionary masterpiece on display in the lobby of Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa. The pastry shop shared a few fun facts of what it takes to make this topsy-turvy cake!

  • 250 pounds of rice cereal
  • 120 pounds of marshmallows
  • 40 pounds of butter
  • 240 pounds of fondant
  • 80 pounds of white chocolate
  • 90 hidden Mickeys
  • 1 pound of “pixie dust”

Want to try a bite? Many of the treats featured on this cake are available for purchase at White Water Snacks at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa.

Seven Ways to Get Your Ears On with New Offers at the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort

Create Your Own Animation Cel: Join us in this all-new hotel activity where you can experience what it might have been like to be a Disney Ink & Paint artist!  Choose from one of four different images to paint on your cel: Steamboat Willie, Sorcerer Mickey, 90th Anniversary Mickey or Minnie Mouse. Here, you’ll also learn a bit of history on the Disney hand-drawn animation process. This one-hour class at Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel is complimentary for Hotels of the Disneyland Resort guests and is recommended for ages 6 and older. Supplies are provided; space is limited and registration is required.

Seven Ways to Get Your Ears On with New Offers at the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort

Souvenir Sipper: There are many colorful collectibles during the 90th celebration! One of my favorites is this super cute sipper cup, with Mickey Mouse decked in his birthday hat and sporting a novelty straw. Scoop up this sipper while supplies last at our various dining locations throughout the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort.

Seven Ways to Get Your Ears On with New Offers at the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort

Mickey’s 90th Anniversary Coffee Blend: Introducing our newest coffee from Disney’s Retail Coffee Collection, Mickey’s 90th Anniversary Blend is a rich, smooth, medium roast celebrating a true original and only available for purchase at select Hotels of the Disneyland Resort. The 11-ounce bags are available for purchase at Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel and Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa. What a great gift for the coffee-lover in your life!

Seven Ways to Get Your Ears On with New Offers at the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort

Picture Yourself at the Disneyland Hotel: The Disneyland Hotel pays an iconic homage to Mickey Mouse with a giant sorcerer’s hat at its gateway, sculpted topiaries, a penthouse suite and touches throughout that remind us of Mickey. While you’re here, pop-in to this pop-up photo op, located near the lobby, for a selfie to commemorate your stay!

These are just a few of our favorites. What’s your favorite way to celebrate Mickey Mouse and his beloved Minnie Mouse at the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort?  See you real soon!

*Savings are based on the non-discounted price for the same room at the same hotel for most Sunday through Thursday nights, April 14, 2019 through May 23, 2019. Book through May 20, 2019; travel must be completed by May 24, 2019. Premium room types included in offer are Premium, Deluxe and Woods/Garden/Courtyard rooms; select Concierge rooms; and only Paradise, Artisan, Junior and Regal Suites. Not valid on previously booked rooms. Advance reservations required. Subject to availability as the number of rooms allocated for this offer is limited. Excludes applicable fees and taxes. Limit two (2) rooms per reservation and occupancy restrictions apply. Not valid in combination with any other hotel discounts or offers. Subject to restrictions and change without notice. Separate Theme Park admission required to enjoy the Parks.

**Extra Magic Hour valid for registered Disneyland Resort Hotel Guests for admission to select attractions at the designated theme park before the park opens to the general public. Check for schedule of when each park offers Extra Magic Hour. Each registered hotel Guest (ages 3 and older) must have a valid theme park ticket and active hotel room key card. Applicable theme park, days and times of operation and elements including, without limitation, availability of attractions and services may vary and are subject to change without notice. Subject to capacity, cancellation and other restrictions.

***Reservations are highly recommended. Character appearances and menu items are subject to change without notice.

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How ‘Rogue One’ Changed From Its Original Script, According to Screenwriter Chris Weitz

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Plenty of movies get changed on the way from the page to the big screen, but few perhaps as drastically (or infamously) as Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The standalone Star Wars film went through dramatic changes in the summer of 2016, which saw significant plot points dropped and whole scenes that appeared in the trailer not show up in the finished film. We don’t know the full extent of the Rogue One changes, but Rogue One co-writer Chris Weitz is here to enlighten us on what the original film script looked like

In an interview with the Cult Popture podcast (via IndieWire), Weitz spoke about the original Rogue One script that he penned, which would be rewritten by co-writer Tony Gilroy when Lucasfilm overhauled the film directed by Gareth Edwards. Here are a few of the changes to Rogue One.

The Death Star Was Kept a Mystery

The driving force for the plot of Rogue One was the Rebels’ plan to steal the Death Star plans. Right off the bat, Star Wars fans were made aware about the looming threat of the weapon when an infromer talks about a “planet killer” the Empire is building. However, Weitz’s script was a little more obscure on what the plans at the center of the mission actually were for, choosing to keep the Death Star reveal a mystery until the end:

“It wasn’t clear at the beginning of the film that the Death Star was going to be the Death Star. It was just the sense in the rebellion that something bad was going down and we need to find out about it. There was this developing sense of dread throughout the [original script].”

However, Weitz said executives did not want to keep the Death Star plot a mystery since Star Wars fans would have already known what the weapon was.  “I was pushing for something that had more of a sense of dramatic irony,” Weitz said.

The Fan-Favorite Darth Vader Scene Was Added Later

It seems that most of the elements added by Gilroy or Lucasfilm were nods to the Star Wars universe at large, appeasing hardcore Star Wars fans who just wanted to see Darth Vader murder a bunch of dudes. But it worked – Darth Vader’s unstoppable slaughter ended up being one of the highlights of Rogue One, something that Weitz acknowledges:

“The Darth Vader kicking ass I cannot take credit for. That was a later invention. That was different…A lot of the deaths were put in different locations when they were shot. I’m not sure why K-2 died in a different place, for instance.”

The Story Structure Was Completely Different

“If you can imagine the beginning of the second act and the end of the second act swapping places, that would not be an inaccurate way to portray how it structurally was changed,” Weitz said of the main difference between his original script and Gilroy’s revisions. However, Weitz doesn’t begrudge Gilroy’s changes, adding that “I feel great about the final cut.” He added:

“I really liked the movie…I had no idea what it was going to look like until I sat down at the premiere. It was like watching a movie I had written and a new movie at the same time. I really, really liked it.”

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Matt Taibbi finally makes sense of the Pentagon’s trillions in off-books “budgetary irregularities”

The finances of the US armed forces have been in a state of near-continuous audit for decades and despite spending billions of dollars and thousands of person-years trying to make sense of what the military spends, we’re no closer to an answer, and no one disputes that there are trillions of dollars’ worth of unaccountable transactions (but importantly, not trillions of dollars in spending) that make it impossible to figure out whether and when and how the Pentagon is being ripped off, or wasting money, or both.

Enter Matt Taibbi (previously), who is one of journalism’s princes of incandescent invective, a superb polemicist at short and longer lengths.

But that’s only half of the Taibbi story: the other half is his uncanny knack for unravelling baroque scams, cutting through the mind-numbing complexity and getting right to the chase.

That’s what he’s done in The Pentagon’s Bottomless Money Pit, an 8,000-word explainer on the Pentagon’s budget crisis that is one of the clearest pieces of financial writing I’ve ever read, drawing in the structural, economic, personal and historic elements that have created the “bottomless money pit” that is the US military.

The problem is a snarled knot of many smaller problems. For example, the Pentagon has terrible IT systems. Leaving a “quantity” field blank in a purchase order form caused the computer to place an order for 990,000 units, for a total of $3.5 trillion. The order never went’ through, but the system also had no way to unwind the transaction, so it was just left on the books, and mysteriously deducted later, creating an accounting overhang a third the size of the US GDP.

When the military manages to actually order things, it doesn’t keep track of things. Key military materiel like nuclear weapons have historically not even been assigned serial numbers or tracking tags (the Air Force once accidentally shipped nuclear nose-cones to Taiwan, where they were expecting a shipment of helicopter batteries) (oops).

To make things worse, the system is genuinely full of waste and pork, which any kind of real audit would uncover. The military contractors who benefit from these scams have gotten so rich from them that they can afford to buy key Congressmen on the relevant committees, and so every legislative attempt to force the military to genuinely account for itself has died.

Which is not to say that there haven’t been audits. There have. These audits have run for years, cost billions (literally) and either concluded that the system was unauditable as it stood, and needed a complete overhaul; or have later been revealed to be fraudulent and had to be retracted.

And that’s where those trillions have gone. The military hasn’t lost trillions of dollars, but its books contain trillions of dollars’ worth of transactions, only a small fraction of which are real, and the noise in the system lets grifter military contractors rip off the taxpayer for billions, and their campaign contributions have ensured that this will never be fixed.

The Pentagon just committed to giving billions more to Big Four auditing companies to conduct another audit, though the best we can hope for from all this is that they will simply repeat the conclusions of the other auditors who’ve gone before them.

The Defense Department, for the most part, does not know how much it spends. It has a handle on some things, like military pay, but in other places it’s clueless. None of its services — Navy, Air Force, Army, Marine Corps — use the same system to record transactions or monitor inventory. Each service has its own operations and management budget, its own payroll system, its own R&D budget and so on. It’s an empire of disconnected budgets, or “fiefdoms,” as one Senate staffer calls them.

Instead of using a single integrated financial accounting system that would maintain a global picture of its finances at all times, the Pentagon built another bureaucracy to pile atop the others, called the Defense Finance and Accounting Service, or DFAS. Created by then-Defense Secretary Dick Cheney in 1991, DFAS is in charge of collecting financial reports from all the different fiefdoms at the end of each month. DFAS is like a tribune traveling on horseback at month’s end, collecting a pile of scrolls from each castle.

In 2013, Reuters published a brutal exposé showing how DFAS accountants conducted a mad scramble at the end of each month to try to piece together records of transactions to justify spending. But in thousands of cases a month, no records existed. “We didn’t have the detail,” one accountant explained.

Complicating matters is the fact that money is allocated to the military on different schedules. If Congress gives the Navy $53 billion for operations and maintenance, as it did this year, the service is expected to spend all that money that year. Such expenses — payroll is another — are called “one-year money.” Meanwhile, research and development might be “two-year money,” and contracting might be “five-year money.”

The Pentagon’s Bottomless Money Pit [Matt Taibbi/Rolling Stone]

from Boing Boing


Google Stadia uses a custom AMD chip to offer 10.7 teraflops of cloud gaming power

The beauty of a cloud gaming service is two-fold: 1) you can theoretically play any game, anywhere where you’ve got a good enough internet connection to stream it over the net, and 2) even if you’re playing it on a wimpy smartphone, you can harness the power of a beefy server located in a data center.

But what kind of server matters a whole heck of a lot when it comes to graphical fidelity and keeping the service affordable, given how many players may need their own servers — and it turns out that Google’s just-announced Stadia cloud gaming service may have struck a balance between power and price by partnering with AMD for a new custom piece of silicon.

According to Google, each Stadia server will contain a custom x86 AMD processor…

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