This is a pet peeve of mine. I usually open a lot of papers from arXiv while researching something in ML and the tab titles in the browser window (which look like random numbers) don't help me at all in going back to references. So I created a small Chrome extension to solve this for myself. This works with the latest stable versions of Google Chrome/Chromium.
Roger Federer is one win away from a 100th ATP singles title after a semi-final victory over Borna Coric at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships. Federer, 37, showed his best form of the tournament in easing to a 6-2 6-2 win over the 22-year-old Croat. He now faces Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas, who beat Federer in the Australian Open last 16 in January. A win will make Federer the second male player to win 100 singles titles after American Jimmy Connors, who won 109. "Tsitsipas is tough to play, tough to beat," said Federer.
Nine years after Cambodia's King Norodom Sihamoni conferred an honorary title on longtime ruler Hun Sen, authorities told media outlets Thursday that journalists must refer to the prime minister by his formal title, Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo -- which roughly translates from Khmer as Lord Prime Minister and Supreme Military Commander. At a three-hour long briefing held by the country's ministry of information, officials told reporters that starting August, full titles must be used on first reference of Prime Minister Sen or his wife Bun Rany and several ruling party officials, all of whom have honorary titles. Without specifying any punishment, officials said media outlets not following the rule would be subject to legal action. "We want you to state the full title of leaders in the story's lead or first sentence," Ouk Kimseng, an under-secretary of state at the Information Ministry, said at the meeting, adding that later references in the story did not have to use the long title, the Associated Press (AP) reported. The ministry has issued similar guidelines in the past which have been largely overlooked.
Luke Campbell will challenge for a world title for the first time when he meets WBA lightweight champion Jorge Linares in Los Angeles on 23 September. The London 2012 gold medallist beat Darleys Perez in April to become Linares' mandatory challenger. "I've worked from Olympic champion to the number one spot in the WBA and WBC rankings, and I feel now is the time to take my chance," said Campbell, 29. Linares, 31, has beaten Briton Anthony Crolla in his past two fights. The Venezuelan claimed both victories via the scorecards but was particularly impressive in March as he defended the WBA title for the second time.