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FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Volkswagen’s (VOWG_p.DE) cleanup of a diesel cheating scandal will cost it 5.5 billion euros ($6.25 bln) in 2018 and around 2 billion euros in 2019, Chief Financial Officer Frank Witter told German weekly Boersen-Zeitung. Since 2015, the German car making group has paid more than 27 billion euros to settle investor and […]

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When an app claims to be powered by “artificial intelligence” it feels like you’re in the future. What does that really mean, though? We’re taking a look at what buzzwords like AI, machine learning, and neural networks really mean and whether they actually help improve your apps. Read more… via Gizmodo http://ift.tt/2fOe13z

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Beef & Onion Walkers crisps are back for good

Whatever they said, whatever they did, they didn’t mean it…

And now retro favourite Beef & Onion Walkers crisps are back for good.

In August Walkers reintroduced the flavour along with barbecue, toasted cheese, lamb & mint and cheese & chive as part of their Bring It Back campaign.

Crisp fans could then vote via social media for their favourite to stay.

Now Beef & Onion has triumphed with 480,000 votes out of the 1.3 million cast.

The second most popular was Cheese & Chive, followed by Lamb & Mint, Toasted Cheese and Barbecue.

Nobody likes Barbecue.

Walkers’ Beef & Onion will available in six packs from November 23.

Beef & Onion Walkers crisps are back for good

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World Records: Shortest Runway in the World

Shortest runway in the world! HD 1080p, landing and take off, saba airport (Yrausquin Airport)

Saba/Yrausquin airport : 17º38´44N 63º13´14W

The airport’s risky reputation arises from the airport’s physical position: it is flanked on one side by high hills; and on the runway’s other side and both ends, cliffs drop into the sea. Additionally, the runway at the airport is extremely short (400m) this creates the possibility that an airplane could under/overshoot the runway during landing or takeoff and end up in the sea or dashed on the rocky cliffs.
Although the airport is officially marked as closed to traffic (X), regional airline propeller aircraft are able to land there under waivers from The Netherlands Antilles’ Civil Aviation Authority. The most common aircraft to land there are the Twin Otter and BN-2 Islander
Irausquin Airport can be seen from some places in Saint Martin.

Jet aircraft are unable to land at the airport, because the runway is too short (approx. 1,300 ft or 396 m). However, smaller airplanes (DHC-6, BN-2 and helicopters) are common sights there. There is a small ramp and terminal on the southwest flank of the runway. The ramp also has a designated helipad. The terminal building houses offices for Winair, immigration and security, a fire department with one fire truck and a tower. The tower is an advisory service only and does not provide air traffic control. Aviation fuel is not available on the island of Saba.

The only airline currently serving Yrausquin Airport is locally owned Winair, which operates daily flights to Sint Maarten and Sint Eustatius aboard a de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter. The flight to Saint Maarten takes about twelve minutes.

Related: Ryan Air. Europes Lowest cost carrier

Find Your Kitchen Style Based On Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type — The Kitchn

 

Discover the Kitchen Style for Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

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Where I Cook: Chelsea Fuss of Frolic!
If you’ve ever taken the Myers-Briggs personality test, you know that afterwards every aspect of your life takes on immense clarity. Qualities that were previously irksome are now essential to your personhood; habits become lifelines to deeper understanding. You are that four-letter formula! Everything makes sense now.

We are fascinated with trying to define ourselves, but it’s okay, because today that fascination led you to this: a totally scientific, totally foolproof guide to your personal kitchen style, as identified by your Myers-Briggs personality type and this editor, who was given inspiration from above to make the connections known to you. Prepare to be enlightened.

ISTJ: The Inspector: Your kitchen style is Restaurant-Inspired. You have no use for frivolous things in the kitchen. Everything should be totally functional, and if it doesn’t serve a purpose, out it goes! You prefer stainless steel countertops, which are easy to clean, and everything within easy reach.

ISTJ: The Inspector
You in a nutshell: Responsible, neat, and orderly. You love systems and rules.
Your kitchen style is Restaurant-Inspired. You have no use for frivolous things in the kitchen. Everything should be totally functional, and if it doesn’t serve a purpose, out it goes! Like this restaurant kitchen, you prefer stainless steel countertops, which are easy to clean, and everything within easy reach.

ISFJ: The Protector
You in a nutshell: Compassionate, loyal, and grounded.
Your kitchen style is Farmhouse. You want wood, warmth, and wonderful people around you in the kitchen. A big wooden table is essential, as is an old-fashioned range and farmhouse sink. And of course, a fire in the hearth.

INFJ: The Counselor
You in a nutshell: Creative, idealistic, and always looking for ways to improve.
Your kitchen style is Scandinavian. Light, bright, and white! You love subway tile with dark grout, white-washed floors, and clean, tidy spaces with just a few bright pops of color. This reminds you of a better future ahead.

INTJ: The Mastermind
You in a nutshell: Analytical, intellectual, and a perfectionist.
Your kitchen style is Rustic Industrial. You like the heft and history of iron and reclaimed wood, and prefer a kitchen with deep colors and antique details — a good place for brooding.

ISTP: The Craftsman
You in a nutshell: Hands-on, detail-oriented, and a keen observer.
Your kitchen style is a Fixer-Upper. Are there cabinets to be repainted? Appliances to be fixed? New lighting to be wired? You’re on it. Where’s the fun in a finished kitchen? It’s all creating something with your own two hands.

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ISFP: The Composer. Your kitchen style is Romantic. You’d be perfectly happy in a little Paris kitchen with airy lace curtains and a set of French doors that open out to the balcony. If it’s charming, it’s for you. A handsome Frenchman would also not be out of place.

ISFP: The Composer
You in a nutshell: Gentle and flexible, with a strong sense of style.
Your kitchen style is Romantic. You’d be perfectly happy in a little Paris kitchen with airy lace curtains and a set of French doors that open out to the balcony. A handsome Frenchman would also not be out of place.

INFP: The Healer
You in a nutshell: Imaginative, sensitive, and spiritual.
Your kitchen style is Organic Modern. You love greenery and natural materials, like wood and linen, but often accent with classic or modern pieces. You are not afraid of a kilim rug in the kitchen.

INTP: The Architect
You in a nutshell: Philosophical, complex, and non-traditional.
Your kitchen style is Contemporary. Clean lines and cool tones. You’re too busy trying to figure out the mysteries of the universe to be preoccupied by the kitchen.

ESTP: The Dynamo
You in a nutshell: Energetic, playful, and social.
Your kitchen style is Happy Modern. You social butterfly, you! You love to have fun, and your kitchen is just like you: happy, playful, colorful, and maybe even a little silly or whimsical.

ESFP: The Performer
You in a nutshell: Confident, charming, and enthusiastic about life.
Your kitchen style is Classic Glam. Not every person can pull off a crystal chandelier in the kitchen, but you can’t think of anything more glorious. You love metallics, chevron, and Carrera marble countertops, and dream of owning a La Cornue range.

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ENFP: The Champion. Your kitchen style is Bohemian. You have a strong artistic side, and love a cozy, carefree kitchen with plenty of colorful tea towels, throw rugs, fresh flowers, and artwork — whatever strikes your fancy! It’s not clutter, it’s personality!
ENFP: The Champion
You in a nutshell: Curious, talkative, and aspirational.
Your kitchen style is Bohemian. You have a strong artistic side, and love a cozy, carefree kitchen with plenty of colorful tea towels, throw rugs, fresh flowers, and artwork — whatever strikes your fancy! It’s not clutter, it’s personality!

ENTP: The Visionary
You in a nutshell: Clever, witty, and unconventional.
Your kitchen style is Eclectic. When it comes to designing your kitchen, rules are made to be broken. You find inspiration in all kinds of styles and periods, and you’re not afraid to mix and match. If it doesn’t work, that’s okay — you’re just going to change it again anyway.

ESTJ: The Supervisor
You in a nutshell: Traditional, methodical, and organized. You get things done.
Your kitchen style is Traditional. People often tell you your kitchen looks timeless. It’s just classic, they say, with subtle details that are interesting without being showy. Its familiarity calms you, so you can tackle your to-do list with a clear head.

ESFJ: The Provider
You in a nutshell: Generous, responsible, and practical.
Your kitchen style is Simple Chic. You love the simplicity of black and white. You appreciate clean lines and beautiful materials for their restful, harmonious qualities. The simpler the kitchen, the better, so you can focus all your attention on your loved ones.

ENFJ: The Teacher
You in a nutshell: Ambitious, empathetic, and charismatic.
Your kitchen style is Dramatic Craftsman. You want to work in a kitchen that energizes you while not sacrificing form and function. You love the natural beauty of Craftsman-style kitchens, but prefer to add a little more depth and drama with deep-red cabinets and a stunning view.

ENTJ: The Commander
You in a nutshell: Logical, assertive, and influential.
Your kitchen style is Sophisticated Industrial. Sometimes it takes a hard edge to really push things through. You appreciate strong industrial-style elements — cage pendant lights, metal stools — but you’re not interested in roughing it. Traditional cabinets (painted black) keep the look sophisticated, and only slightly intimidating — just how you like it.

→ Not sure of your type? Take a free test here or here!
Do you know your Myers-Briggs personality type? How does it match up with our kitchen style predictor?

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51 Comments
LemonyZest20 hours ago
Not even close. ENTJ and my kitchen has stained wood cabinets, granite counters, porcelain tile floor, and decorative and useful items collected during trips. I can’t stand black-painted cabinets. Much too dreary. I like pretty, meaningful things.
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M.J.20 hours ago
INTJ, and I hate industrial anything.
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