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Austin Davis was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and now lives in Mesa, Arizona where he is studying creative writing at ASU. He is the author of Lotus & The Apocalypse, a poetry novella out now from Outcast Press. Austin performs his poems all over the country and teaches classes for teens and young adults in using poetry as a tool for bettering mental health.

Austin is the founder of AZ Hugs for the Houseless, Arizona Jews for Justice’s homeless outreach program.

Welcome to the Poets Weave. I'm Romayne Rubinas Dorsey. Austin, what poems have you brought for us today?

LOTUS & DEPRESSION
I.
last night
as I was driving to your apartment
i threw up
whatever was in my stomach
all over the steering wheel
and hit a feral cat
i named her pythagoras
and dug her a grave
with my car keys
next to a patch of purple
wildflowers by the highway
it scared me that I drove away and didn’t cry
II.
what’s the difference
between a handful of benzos
and you holding my face in your hands
and assuring me i’ll be okay?
do you ever feel like
an amoeba in a drop of water on mars
when i’m struggling to keep my eyes open
and you notice how much weight i’ve lost?
III.
i keep thinking i’ll step out
of this rough patch eventually,
but the grass has grown so high,
i can feel it brush along my lips
you don’t like how bony my shoulders are
but we still touch each other sometimes
with the lights off

LOTUS & ANOTHER DAY
At the grocery store
the cashier doesn’t ask how my day is going.
He stares behind me
out the long glass window
and bags my beer.
I don’t ask how he’s doing either.
This morning my little sister brought
a photo of our family at the beach
to her class for show and tell.
Dad is mid-sneeze.
My sister is shaking sand from her hair.
My brother and I stand on our tiptoes,
fighting over who’s taller.
Mom smiles.
In class the kids
pass the pictures
around in a circle,
holding them close
to their little faces,
smudging us with their fingers.
I’m sorry I keep changing the subject.
The sky is falling
more and more
each day
and I’m afraid of what will happen
when I reach
to touch the clouds
and only grab air.

LOTUS & THE HOLIDAZE
5 ft under
ground
the weather
is 3 months
behind
i’m celebrating halloween
while my love
my parents
my friends from high school
the whole world above me
welcomes in the new year
i spit until i make mud
sculpting masks in my hands
and trying on different faces
tonight I’m a vampire
with sticky soil
between my teeth
later I’ll be the devil
or maybe a rabbit
if my horns get too floppy
to be sane
is to find peace
to be alive
is to let go
the way a drunk
falls off a barstool
it happens quick
on accident
half asleep
when the ball drops
all glorious with light
you’ll have your streamers
but i’ll have the worms

LOTUS & …
if it was always night
the crickets
outside our window
would be gluttonous
but i don’t care
you’d still be
in bed
breathing out your nose
on my neck
morning would never come
we wouldn’t have to talk
about the flames
inching up our lawn
or how they’re brighter
than any sunrise
we’ve ever seen

You've been listening to the poetry of Austin Davis on the Poets Weave. I'm Romayne Rubinas Dorsey.

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Killexams : Apps pulled for content inappropriate for kids

Children's digital device manufacturer Little Genius has pulled some of its apps from its app store after media reports that they contained inappropriate content for children.

After receiving complaints from parents, China Consumer Journal reported that children who use Little Genius tablets are able to get games that contain violence and criminal activities.

The games are all in English, do not limit the amount of time children are able to spend playing them and do not require any registration, the report said.

When players fail in the games they can continue playing after watching advertisements, which also contain violent content, it said.

According to a guideline issued by the National Press and Publication Administration last year, those under the age of 18 can only play games online for one hour at a time and only on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.

Guangdong Little Genius Technology said in a statement that apps that contain inappropriate content will be banned from its app stores.

The company said it has conducted a thorough check on all of its products and would strengthen the management of the apps on its app store to rule out any pornographic, violent or advertising content. It added that it would supply parents more control over the apps.

With internet-savvy children currently on their summer breaks, government authorities and parents are paying more attention to safeguard them from dangerous content.

The number of internet users in China under the age of 18 topped 183 million by 2020, making the penetration rate of the internet nearly 95 percent among Chinese kids, according to a report issued by the Chinese Communist Youth League Central Committee and the China Internet Network Information Center.

The Cyberspace Administration of China said it has launched a special campaign to strengthen the management of online spaces for children during the summer break, especially on preventing them from spending too much time on the internet.

The campaign focuses on encouraging children to spend less time online and has required, since 2019, that online platforms have a "teenage mode", allowing parents to restrict the access and time their teens spend online.

For example, in the short video app Douyin's teenage mode, those under the age of 18 cannot use the app from 10 pm to 6 am, and children need to have their parents re-unlock their access every 40 minutes.

However, experts said teenage mode still needs much improvement, as children are able to bypass security steps.

Teenage mode on some apps can simply be erased if users uninstall and reinstall the app, while others can pretend to be adults by using their parents' identity information, they said.

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Development proposals for the site of Omaha's former Civic Auditorium have for years come and gone, but city officials on Tuesday aimed to further solidify a plan that would bring hundreds of housing units into the city's urban core.

Under a proposal considered by the City Council, about 7 acres of land between 17th and 19th Streets along Capitol Avenue would be sold to a development group for about $1.5 million. 

Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert more than a year ago announced that the city had signed an agreement to sell the property to a development group called Civic Corner. It's being led by White Lotus Group, an Omaha company with a history of developing large-scale projects.

While redevelopment plans have not yet been finalized, housing is a key focus for the property. Civic Corner plans to build a mix of 268 market-rate apartment units, about 120 affordable units, and about 25 townhouses that will be for sale.

A remaining acre of land would be reserved for future civic or commercial use. 

Jay Kline, a representative of White Lotus, told council members Tuesday that the development group is now considering an expansion to its original plan. 

"Due to the more exact announcements regarding the significant reinvestment in the urban core, mostly the streetcar, we are looking at potentially increasing the scale of our plans to make it even larger," Kline said.

The plan would breathe life into a part of Omaha's downtown that has sat empty for about five years. 

Built in 1954, the Civic Auditorium for generations was the scene of political rallies, graduation ceremonies, concerts and sporting events. But it outgrew its useful life and was demolished in 2016-17 at a cost of $3.1 million.

The agreement between the developer and the city gives a June 30, 2023, deadline for Civic Corner to obtain building permits for at least 50% of the square footage of the proposed development, and to submit design plans for the site. If it fails to do so, the agreement says the city will recoup the land at the same price it sells for.

The group has been in discussion with multiple potential development partners, both locally and nationally.

Civic Corner anticipates working with Front Porch Investments, a nonprofit focused on affordable housing in Omaha, for guidance on construction of affordable housing units.

"Our vision is a mixed-income, multi-family development that aims to create a friendly and inclusive lifestyle environment catered to a younger urban population that wants to work and live in the city," Kline said.

It's a vision the city supports. 

City officials have for years attempted to bring jobs into the urban core, "and it hasn't worked," said Troy Anderson, deputy chief of staff for economic development and development services.

As the city courted national employers for the downtown area, a common theme began to emerge.

"We were told 'You have a lot of really exciting things going on downtown, but you don't have a workforce downtown that we can employ,'" Anderson said. "'Let's get people and talent downtown, and the jobs will come' is what we've been told by employers."

The city had signed a memorandum of understanding with White Lotus CEO Arun Agarwal to sell the property at no more than $5 a square foot. That amounts to about $1.5 million.

To help finance the project, the developer will seek low-income housing tax credits from the Nebraska Investment Finance Authority. The dollar-for-dollar credits are meant to encourage private developers to invest in low-income rental housing by offsetting their federal income tax liability.

The site also is expected to be eligible for tax-increment financing, a tool used to help finance redevelopment.

The agreement between the city and Civic Corner says tenants of the mixed-income housing units will have access to 150 parking spaces at reduced rates in a city-owned parking garage at 19th Street and Capitol Avenue.

The City Council's approval next week would finalize the sale.

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Killexams : Apps pulled for content inappropriate for kids

Children's digital device manufacturer Little Genius has pulled some of its apps from its app store after media reports that they contained inappropriate content for children.

After receiving complaints from parents, China Consumer Journal reported that children who use Little Genius tablets are able to get games that contain violence and criminal activities.

The games are all in English, do not limit the amount of time children are able to spend playing them and do not require any registration, the report said.

When players fail in the games they can continue playing after watching advertisements, which also contain violent content, it said.

According to a guideline issued by the National Press and Publication Administration last year, those under the age of 18 can only play games online for one hour at a time and only on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.

Guangdong Little Genius Technology said in a statement that apps that contain inappropriate content will be banned from its app stores.

The company said it has conducted a thorough check on all of its products and would strengthen the management of the apps on its app store to rule out any pornographic, violent or advertising content. It added that it would supply parents more control over the apps.

With internet-savvy children currently on their summer breaks, government authorities and parents are paying more attention to safeguard them from dangerous content.

The number of internet users in China under the age of 18 topped 183 million by 2020, making the penetration rate of the internet nearly 95 percent among Chinese kids, according to a report issued by the Chinese Communist Youth League Central Committee and the China Internet Network Information Center.

The Cyberspace Administration of China said it has launched a special campaign to strengthen the management of online spaces for children during the summer break, especially on preventing them from spending too much time on the internet.

The campaign focuses on encouraging children to spend less time online and has required, since 2019, that online platforms have a "teenage mode", allowing parents to restrict the access and time their teens spend online.

For example, in the short video app Douyin's teenage mode, those under the age of 18 cannot use the app from 10 pm to 6 am, and children need to have their parents re-unlock their access every 40 minutes.

However, experts said teenage mode still needs much improvement, as children are able to bypass security steps.

Teenage mode on some apps can simply be erased if users uninstall and reinstall the app, while others can pretend to be adults by using their parents' identity information, they said.

Wed, 13 Jul 2022 21:29:00 -0500 text/html https://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/202207/14/WS62cf7174a310fd2b29e6c461.html
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