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On June 23, 2014, Oracle announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire MICROS Systems, Inc., a provider of integrated software and hardware solutions to the Hospitality and Retail industries.

MICROS offers a range of software, hardware and related services along with rapidly growing cloud solutions to manage hotels, food & beverage facilities, and retailers. MICROS' proven and innovative technologies are built and serviced by more than 6,600 employees with deep domain expertise and are in use across 330,000 customer sites in 180 countries.

Cloud, mobile, social, big data and the internet of things are impacting every industry, encouraging companies to modernize in order to compete effectively. The addition of MICROS extends Oracle's offerings in industries by combining MICROS' industry specific applications with Oracle's business applications, technologies and cloud portfolio. Together, Oracle and MICROS will help Hospitality and Retail companies to accelerate innovation, transform their businesses, and delight customers with complete, open and integrated solutions.

In addition, please refer to the documents that Oracle and MICROS, respectively, file with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") on Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K. These filings identify and address other important factors that could cause Oracle's and MICROS' respective operational and other results to differ materially from those contained in the forward-looking statements set forth in this document. You are cautioned to not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date of this document. Neither Oracle nor MICROS is under any duty to update any of the information in this document.

Oracle is currently reviewing the existing MICROS product roadmap and will be providing guidance to customers in accordance with Oracle's standard product communication policies. Any resulting features and timing of release of such features as determined by Oracle's review of MICROS' product roadmap are at the sole discretion of Oracle. All product roadmap information, whether communicated by MICROS or by Oracle, does not represent a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract.

Apple recently opened a special section of their App Store to showcase learning and communication tools for students with special needs. These Assistive Technologies are for Apple mobile platforms like the iPad, iPhone and iPod. The aggregated tools contain the best of 3rd party applications, ranging from free tools to a few hundred dollars per app.

The section of the App Store, titled “Special Education: Learning for Everyone” features categories like Sign Language Development, Communication, Emotional Development, Literacy  & Learning, and more. Apple’s long history of encouraging technology in the classroom has extended their emphasis to educational mobile technology in post-millennium years.

Apple mentions that Macs have “dozens of assistive technologies — many of which you won’t find in other operating systems at any price. And with the development of universal access features for iPod and iPhone, Apple is taking these technologies to a new level.” Recently, many of the Apps developed for iPod and iPhone touch screen technology been expanded for use with the iPad, including feature-rich updates and new user-friendly interfaces.

Mobile devices in classrooms have been met with mixed reviews; some classrooms embrace the use of mobile and social networking as ubiquitous tools that cannot be ignored. Others see them as classroom disruptions. Despite the varied opinions, special needs students stand to gain the most from existing educational mobile applications.

Audrey Watters states in Read Write Web : “Some educators have found the iPad in particular to be well-suited for Special Education programs, as it can provide multiple paths for engagement and expression for struggling learners and special needs students.”

Friendship Circle is familiar with Assistive Technologies available for the Apple mobile app platform.  Lila Bechmann, a 10-year-old with non-verbal Autism, found difficulties in day-to-day communication and decision-making. Seeking a solution,  Lila began using Proloquo2go and iPrompts . Proloquo2go is a augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) program, a powerful text-to-speech (TTS) app that uses images to allow users to “speak” with automatic sentence conjugations and a vocabulary of over 7000 words.

“At Friendship Circle, we have programmed all the things to do in [Proloquo2go] and she can pick activities from it.” Says Marlowe Bechmann, Lila’s mom. “She never asked for the sandbox because she didn’t know it was an option.  Last week, she picked it after bikes and swing and LOVED it.”

iPrompts is a visual scheduling app that can be updated on the device or from the web. “[It is] so helpful in communicating to your child, where you are going and what the family schedule is for that particular day.” Says Marlowe.

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I've started uploading a number of online magazine articles for all my compatriots  to enjoy (or ignore) about many of the projects you'll find in The Homebuilt Winery , as well as many new ones about new adventures in winemaking and winemaking equipment.  Whenever I upload a new article, I'll include a post in my blog so if you subscribe to this blog, you'll get a quick note in your email box that there's something new to explore.  Enjoy my new Magazine Articles page.

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I set about to finish the table top by installing 2x2 tumbled marble tiles as the main field for the top. Then I cut some marble tiles to cover the fire pit. These tiles will lift off the pit when we want to turn on the fire, but allow us to use the center of the table when we want to use all the space on the top. The fire pit is trimmed out with some brown granite ⅝" x ⅝" mosaics.  Here I am cleaning up the area that will become the perimeter border.

Once cleaned up, we set out to lay the individual pieces of granite and marble that will form the mosaic border. A single line of the same granite pieces that I used to outline the fire pit also is used on each edge of the border. Then, individual pieces of the granite were turned "on point" to create diamonds between the two rows. Finally we set off-white marble tiles cut into triangles into the space between each diamond.

We then applied a precast travertine chair rail to form the edge of the table. Once the thin set was cured, I grouted the whole thing, including applying a skim coat to the inside and outside of the sides of the fire pit.

Finally, I filled up the fire pit with lava rock and, as they say, Voila! the table she's ready to enjoy. We ordered some new deck chairs and a cantilever style umbrella to give us a fresh new "outdoor room" to enjoy wine and friends well into the cool evening hours.

Well, we got some good weather finally and I got the top poured. After letting the concrete cure for a week, I was able to strip the forms and get the gas burner and ignitor hooked up. We picked out the tile and ordered it (special order from California). Clicking the ignitor, we had Flame On!





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