Why are so many musicians so hard to deal with?
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Welcome to the 2018 Annual Conference (ACs) at the University of Colorado.
Join us at the U of C for some of the biggest conferences that are happening all over the country. In addition to the usual sessions focused on industry trends, you’ll be able to learn from some of the best minds in the industry. We have speakers on everything from Blockchain and smart contracts, to AI/artificial intelligence and cryptocurrencies.
In 2018, it’s going to be a good look at the future of computing and the blockchain from some of the top thinkers in the space.
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Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had the perfect opportunity for a game-winning field goal on fourth-and-6 at the Philadelphia Eagles’ 40-yard line in the second quarter on Sunday, with just two seconds left on the clock, and instead fumbled the ball away.
The play started in a similar fashion for Wilson and the Seattle offense. Philadelphia quarterback Carson Wentz started with a 13-yard pass to running back Wendell Smallwood, then ran to the Eagles’ 40-yard line, where he ran behind three Eagles defenders.
Wentz proceeded to run out to the left while taking a handoff, then juked defensive back Brandon Boykin to get to the goal line. Wentz’s initial motion was back to his left before he took the handoff. Boykin and defensive back Rodney McLeod collided, creating two men in the hole.
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After the ball went forward, Wentz scrambled over his defender, who was able to get free and beat cornerback Brandon Boykin to the 36-yard line.