HighBeam Research was a paid search engine and full text online archive owned by Gale, a subsidiary of Cengage, for thousands of newspapers, academic journals, trade magazines, encyclopedias in English. It was headquartered in Illinois. In late 2018, the archive was redirected to the Questia Online Library; the company was established in August 2002 after Patrick Spain, who had just sold Hoover's, which he had co-founded, bought eLibrary and Encyclopedia.com from Tucows. The new company was called Alacritude, LLC. ELibrary had a library of 1,200 newspaper and radio/TV transcript archives that were not available. Original investors included Prism Opportunity Fund of Chicago and 1 to 1 Ventures of Stamford, Connecticut. Spain stated, "There was a glaring gap between free search like Google and high-end offerings like LexisNexis and Factiva."Later in 2002, it bought Researchville.com. By 2003, it had increased its archive base to articles from 2,600 publishers. In 2004, it was renamed HighBeam Research.
In 2005, it increased its publisher base to 3,500 publishers. In 2006, Oxford University Press, Knight Ridder and The Washington Post archives were added. In 2008, it was purchased by a subsidiary of Cengage. Highbeam featured many articles by the UK based Trinity Mirror Group; until late 2018, Highbeam Research was a partner in the Womensforum network and a major content provider for the WomensForum women's issues research website. Highbeam Research shut down in late 2018 after 16 years. Official website Alacritude at the Wayback Machine
Jakarta Marathon Electric Jakarta Marathon, is the marathon held annually in Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia in Southeast Asia. The marathon is recognised by Association of International Marathons and Distance Races and International Athletic Association Federation. Marathon is organised by tourism ministry of Government of Indonesia. In 2015, the race was held on 25 October, more than 15,000 people from 53 countries participated in the 2015 marathon; the Jakarta Marathon is aimed to project Jakarta as "world class" tourist destination in sport tourism, is regarded as the "biggest running event of Indonesia". Jakarta Marathon is sponsored by Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry of Indonesia along with Jakarta administration. PLN, the state electric utility company, is the title sponsor while Persatuan Atletik Seluruh Indonesia and INSPIRO are among the other partners; the marathon is recognised by Association of International Marathons and Distance Races and International Athletic Association Federation.
Around 10,000 people participated in the inaugural 2013 race. There are events such as the full marathon of 42 km, the half marathon of 21 km, 10 km and 5 km races. There is a special race of children, called "Maratoonz". Among foreign participants, there were the most Japanese runners in the first marathon of 2013. In the 2014 version, a limited number of participants were invited from Africa because of the 2014 Ebola outbreak, only 9 professional runners from East Africa participated in the 2014 edition. In 2014, the total amount of prize money was Rp 2.4 billion. The IAAF recognised the route of Jakarta Marathon as "Grade A"; the Full and Half Marathon route passes through various popular landmarks of the city, including National Monument or Monas, the Istiqlal Mosque and the Cathedral across, the Old Batavia and the Fatahillah Square. The 2015 edition had alternative routes from the earlier 2 versions because of various construction work; the route of the 2015 version passed through National Monument, Jalan Imam Bonjol, HR Rasuna Said Street turned at Gerbang Pemuda to MH Thamrin Avenue, Jalan Abdul Muis, Jalan Hayam Wuruk, Bank Mandiri Museum, Jalan Gadjah Mada, the Catholic Cathedral, finished back at the National Monument.
This list of winners below only applies to Full Marathon only. Key: Course record
The 1993 Pro Bowl was the NFL's all-star game for the 1992 season. The game was played on February 1993, at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii; the final score was AFC — 23, NFC — 20. Steve Tasker of the Buffalo Bills was the game's MVP; this was the first Pro Bowl. All four starting linebackers of the New Orleans Saints, who were collectively nicknamed the Dome Patrol, were part of the NFC squad; the Dome Patrol consisted of Rickey Jackson, Sam Mills, Vaughan Johnson, Pat Swilling. The game's referee was Howard Roe. Nick Lowery's 33-yard field goal 4:09 into the extra period gave the AFC a 23–20 victory in the annual pro football all star game; the AFC won despite being dominated by the NFC in first downs 30–9, in total yards gained 471–114. The AFC was able to capitalize on 6 forced turnovers, two blocked field goals, an interception, taken back for six points. Special teams ace Steve Tasker of the AFC Champion Buffalo Bills was named the player of the game for making four tackles, forcing a fumble and blocking a field goal.
His block came at a crucial point with just 8 minutes left and the game tied at 13. Los Angeles Raiders Terry McDaniel scooped up the ball and raced 28 yards to give the AFC a 20–13 lead; the NFC however rallied behind San Francisco 49ers quarterback Steve Young, whose fourth down 23-yard touchdown pass to New York Giants running back Rodney Hampton tied the game with just 10 seconds left. Steve Young was 18 of 32 passes for 196 yards but was sacked 3 times and lost a fumble in overtime. Howie Long of the Raiders fell on the ball setting up the game-winning field goal. Halftime entertainment was provided by Randy Travis as he sang his song Friends. AFC 0 10 3 7 3 23 NFC 3 10 0 7 0 20 NFC 1st: FG Morten Andersen 27 yards 3–0 NFC AFC 2nd: Junior Seau 31 Int Return 7–3 AFC NFC 2nd: FG Morten Andersen 37 yards 6–7 AFC NFC 2nd: Michael Irvin 9 pass from Troy Aikman 13–7 NFC AFC 2nd: FG Nick Lowery 42 yards 13–10 NFC AFC 3rd: FG Nick Lowery 29 yards 13–13 AFC 4th: Terry McDaniel 28-yard blocked FG return 20–13 AFC NFC 4th: Rodney Hampton 23 pass from Steve Young 20–20 AFC OT: Nick Lowery 33 FG 23–20 AFC "1993 NFL Pro Bowlers".
Pro-football-reference.com. Archived from the original on November 4, 2013. Retrieved November 4, 2013