A Bad Deal: How Congress is Threatening Internet Freedoms and What You Can Do About It: Discussion will focus on the most recent federal effort to eliminate states’ rights through the Restoration of America’s Wire Act (S. 2159 and H.R. 4301) as well as the current status of regulated online gambling in the states.
Faster data transmission rates have been achieved. “This technology could have very important applications in ultra-high-speed links for the wireless ‘backhaul’ that connects base stations of next-generation cellular systems,” said Andy Molisch of USC Viterbi. The technology could also have potential applications in places such as data centers where large bandwidth links between computer clusters are required, according to the paper.
Since research firm Gartner, Inc. identified "gamification" as an emerging technology in its Hype Cycle Report, the term has become a new buzzword across multiple industries. The idea is simple -- it comes from the recognition that games are extremely good at engaging their players. Gamification applies the elements of games that make them engaging to drive interaction, competition, innovation, performance and other behaviors in a non-game context. Non-game contexts can be anything from work, learning and civic engagement to health and fitness, meetings and incentive program participation.  PGRI Note: Great article that would appear to have numerous applications for Lottery.  For good measure, we’ve included a couple other articles on this topic
“Linq3 is very excited to be recognized by retailers as the best new product of 2014. Retailers are the main avenue for lotteries to reach customers and Linq3 is proud to be a supporting partner in increasing sales for the retailer and lotteries all across the U.S.,” said Daniel Cage, Linq3’s CEO.
Although the Netherlands is still aiming for the 1stof January 2015 for the proposed Dutch Remote Gambling Act to enter into effect, the expectation is that this estimated timeline might not be achieved due to the phases the bill still has to follow.
“We want those who choose to play the lottery to play for fun and play within their means,” said Alice Garland, executive director of the N.C. Education Lottery. “You should only play the lottery with money set aside for entertainment. We don’t want rent money, gas money or grocery money to be spent on the lottery. We can have a successful lottery and meet our mission of raising money for education without those kinds of sales.”
“Now is the perfect time to reflect on the beneficiaries and how the lottery is providing an opportunity to further education in the state and for these students as we are celebrating the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery’s five year anniversary,” said Woosley. “Football season is when we join our friends and family to root for our favorite teams and we couldn’t think of a better way to also cheer on our Academic Challenge Scholarship recipients and the positive change they are bringing to Arkansas.”
Now that the state Gaming Commission has  awarded the Boston-area casino license to Wynn Resorts for its proposal in Everett, Suffolk Downs race track  will probably soon be history.
Managing director, Zuriñe Sáez de Viteri, says: “In a highly connected, multi-channel world, it seems surprising that many players still cannot buy lottery tickets on demand and on the move. The growth of eCommerce shows that the market for buying goods and services online and via mobile devices continues to expand, but the lottery world hasn’t typically responded to this demand.”
“Connie Laverty O’Connor brings an unrivaled passion and energy to all she undertakes.  With her signature style, she has incalculably benefited our industry in so many ways.  Still, her most long-lasting influence will likely be the way she has inspired and mentored a legion of followers to serve and grow lotteries everywhere.” Rebecca Hargrove CEO
Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation
"This is like our big harvest, the season kickoff," Arkansas Scholarship Lottery Director Bishop Woosley said. "It's always a big day when we are able to turn $40 million into real opportunities for Arkansas students.  We at ASL are proud to be helping Arkansas students compete in that economy, he said."





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