Warriors execute late and more takeaways from Friday’s 100-98 win over the Bulls

first_imgCHICAGO — After two of the most disappointing losses of the season, the Warriors walked into United Center Friday night desperate for more than a moral victory.The Warriors beat to the Bulls, 100-98, to salvage a five-city trip during which they went 1-4. After fading in the second half of the last two games, losing by a combined 40 points to sub-.500 teams, the Warriors (5-19) were in position to win late, and executed.“Our guys have been fighting hard and competing all season long. The …last_img

Brandon Monebrake, April 24

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest We are cleaning out beans from grain bins today. We still have a lot of corn left in storage waiting for higher prices. We’re holding quite a bit to see what we can do.We got a bunch of rain Thursday night— 1.6 inches. We got the most rain around here right at the house. The amount of rain drops off in two miles in every direction. The rain came overnight and we didn’t have ponding, but there are some farms around us that had ponding. That set us back. If you go towards Greenville it missed them completely and they are dry. We have a test plot for Brodbeck up by Anderson’s ethanol plant up off of 127. That planted really nice last week. If you go south, they only got an inch or less. We are hoping to start on the farms to the south and hopefully start planting corn tomorrow.Neighbors of ours have 250 acres of corn in the ground. Other neighbors have about 150 acres of each corn and beans in now and another farm has 300 acres of corn in. We have been holding off because we knew that this last weekend was going to have some cooler temperatures and we didn’t want to have those seeds in the ground for the colder weather. The coldest I saw this weekend was 40 degrees.Right now things are looking good and we are getting ready to roll. We’re going to get the corn going and once we get that started, I will spray the corn until I get a couple of fields ahead. Then, hopefully at the end of the week, I will plant soybeans. It wasn’t really warm this weekend but with the wind blowing and the sun, it dried out a good bit on top in the bean stubble. If you get down into it a little, it is sticky but not muddy. The corn stubble is still wet.We have been focused on spraying trying to get the burndown done so when we start planting all we have to do is spray the 28%. The bean ground is starting to look good. The weeds are starting to curl up and turn yellow.The weeds aren’t bad, but they are worse than what we usually get started with. We didn’t want to spray it too early before the beans. Last year we sprayed early and we got the beans in the ground, but before they shaded out the ground the weeds came back hard. We waited on spraying this year so we plant closer to when we sprayed.last_img read more

‘Dynamic Link’ Between Photoshop and Final Cut Pro X

first_imgA new feature in Adobe Photoshop CC makes it easier to update your image files in Final Cut Pro X!Although there isn’t an official “Dynamic Link” between Adobe Photoshop and Final Cut Pro X (like there is with Premiere Pro), similarly you can actually have your files automatically update in FCPX by enabling a simple, yet powerful Photoshop setting.Generate Image Assets is new to Photoshop CC and it will come in handy when you’re creating graphics for your video editing projects.To enable this feature, from the Menu Bar choose File > Generate > Image Assets.The following video tutorial by Chris Fenwick of DigitalCINEMACafe.com shows how using this feature will generate flattened image files on the fly.With Generate Image Assets enabled, append a layer or group in your Photoshop project with an image file extension (.jpg or .png for example).Photoshop will automatically turn this layer or group into a standalone image file and save it to your system.Bring this file into FCPX. Now when you go back and make any changes in Photoshop the file will automatically update in FCPX.This feature allows you to make quick changes in Photoshop without resaving and is a big timesaver for creating multiple versions of the same graphic (lower thirds for instance). Thanks Chris for sharing!On a side note: DigitalCINEMACafe is a great video production & video production audio podcast. Get more info and subscribe here.last_img read more