Phish is wrapping up their four-night run at the MGM Grand Garden Arena tonight in Las Vegas. The highly anticipated Halloween show will include three sets, a bevy of surprises, and at least one unexpected member of the audience. John Mayer posted an Instagram saying that he will be attending Phish tonight and Kanye West tomorrow. Of course, it’s not completely random – with guitarists Trey Anastasio and Mayer sharing similar roles in the Grateful Dead world.But he did make this graphic, depicting the words of “You Enjoy Myself” in the same style as Kanye’s tour t-shirt for Saint Pablo. The creative combination is telling of the pop-gone-jam star’s 2016 interests, and only further thickens the plot for what’s in store this evening. Over the years, Phish has performed albums such as The Beatles‘ White Album, Talking Heads‘ Remain in Light, as well as 2014’s performance of Disney’s Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House. What do you think Phish will do tonight for their annual Halloween stunt?
Almost one year ago, Dell Technologies introduced the 2030 Progress Made Real goals – reflecting our core purpose as a company to drive human progress and create a positive and lasting impact on humankind and the planet.Progress Made Real has four core goals: advancing sustainability, cultivating inclusion, transforming lives with technology, and upholding ethics and privacy. It was a different world a year ago, but changing times do not change our focus. In fact, today’s challenges have only reinforced the enormous difference we can make by simply doing the right thing.The supply chain plays a critical role in Dell Technologies’ vision for progress. We embed sustainability and ethical practices in everything we do. Whether it’s protecting our planet, supporting the well-being of our team members, partners and suppliers, or providing a safe working environment where people can thrive, social and environmental responsibility is a paramount focus for our supply chain. Dell Technologies’ 2019 Supply Chain Sustainability Progress Report highlights this commitment.We are committed to creating a supply chain that values transparency, collaborative leadership, innovation, and empowerment. What are some of the ways we accomplish those goals? By implementing ethical recruitment practices; by utilizing audits and regular training to enhance the health, safety and knowledge of labor rights of our team; and by performing onsite consultations with both factory management and workers at supplier locations to highlight and resolve issues.These efforts are paying off on environmental issues, too. We are reducing our supply chain’s impact on the planet, including by limiting greenhouse gas emissions and partnering with our suppliers to save freshwater. In 2019, over 275,000 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions were reduced through energy consumption reduction projects at our supplier factories. And our supply chain saved nearly 30 million meters of freshwater and reduced wastewater discharge by 26.2 million meters.The guiding principles of our supply chain have been especially important as we address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. From the onset of COVID-19, we partnered with the Global Facilities and Environmental, Health and Safety teams to develop preventative safety protocols across all Dell Technologies sites. We are also partnering with suppliers to do the same for their facilities. These safety protocols were implemented early to protect our on-site heroes working tirelessly to keep technology flowing for the world in need.The bottom line: Our supply chain plays a vital role in making Dell Technologies’ 2030 Progress Made Real vision a reality.
Knicks executives explain decision to trade Kristaps Porzingis Mark Cuban hopes Kristaps Porzingis and Luka Doncic remain in Dallas for the foreseeable future.The Mavericks acquired Porzingis, along with three other players, from the Knicks last week in exchange for a package centered around Dennis Smith Jr. as well as the expiring contracts of DeAndre Jordan and Wesley Matthews. New York also received two first-round picks in the deal. Cuban, the Mavericks long-time owner, discussed the future of Porzingis and rookie star Doncic at a press conference Monday.“Our goal is to be able to keep those two together for the next 20 years,” Cuban told reporters. Related News Kristaps Porzingis tells Knicks fans ‘the city deserves better than that’ “Our goal is to keep these two (Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis) together for the next 20 years”- @dallasmavs owner @mcuban#MFFL | #NBA pic.twitter.com/Hg1tivjziZ— FOX Sports Southwest (@FOXSportsSW) February 4, 2019Porzingis suffered a torn ACL in February 2018 and has not played this season. Cuban said the current plan is to hold him out the rest of 2018-19. He will then become a restricted free agent this summer. “I feel great but, as I said, we’re taking our time,” Porzingis said about the rehab process. “There’s no rush. I’ve been patient this whole time and I’m going to keep staying patient, which is one of the hardest things for me to do. We’re going to make the right decisions.”Porzingis has averaged 17.8 points and 7.1 rebounds over 186 career appearances. Meanwhile, Doncic is the frontrunner for the Rookie of the Year award and is tallying 20.7 points, along with seven rebounds, per game this season.