As part of a 'Projecting Trends' series, this article examines the impact of Pokémon Go and Snapchat as they move toward making augmented reality increasingly mainstream, and the broader effect this will have on the music industry as a result. __________________________________ Guest Post by Bas Grasmayer on Synchblog Our new...
At yesterday’s Sound Transit Board meeting, CEO Peter Rogoff gave board members a brief update on new Link vehicle procurement planned for 2018 (see video below from 4’30” to 6’30”). The 122-car order went out to bid late last year, and Rogoff told the board that ST would soon issue a Notice of Award to Siemens […]
Government agencies have a tremendous advantage when it comes to defending new regulations in court. Judges start with a legal presumption that not only gives the benefit of the doubt...
Before coming to WRTV, Connor worked for FOX News and ABC News.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Foxx announced nearly $500 million will be made available for transportation projects across the country in the eighth round of the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant program.
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Reporter says cuts "effectively" leave "our photography dept to 2."
U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced nearly $500 million will be made available for transportation projects across the country in the eighth round of the highly successful and competitive TIGER grants.
The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) and CommuterAds are launching a dynamic transit advertising partnership guaranteed to bring a new communication tool and generate revenue to the MARTA system.
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"Seeing a promo like this MAKES ME SICK!" said Fronczak.
Secretaries of State, fictional and real.
When we first started this blog, we set out to do something different: curate a space where nonprofits could go to learn about attracting and engaging volunteers. While volunteer recruitment and management were prominent topics on other nonprofit blogs, one-stop … Continue reading ?
The global philosopher: Who should pay for climate change? Michael Sandel, 28 July 2016 (BBC News) “…Some countries in the developed world are, of course, [more responsible for the bulk greenhouse gases in the atmosphere…Since 1850 the...Show More Summary
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This weekend’s open thread is brought to you by Hack Stone; July 29…is what we at Stately Manor refer to Frank Stallone Eve. In case you did not know, Frank Stallone was born on July 30, 1950. Some may consider him to be the Lesser Stallone, but this triple threat (actor, singer, songwriter) is head […]
Looking for something to watch tomorrow night? Well, if you can’t find anything else you could tune in to Fox at 8PM. There you’ll be able to watch a man make a jump from an aircraft. From 25,000 feet. With no parachute, no reserve – and no wingsuit. He’s going to attempt to land in […]
More than a year ago, we first wrote about Gregory Allen who pretended to be a wounded Marine in Marin County, California when he was busted by our buddy, Dan Noyes at KGO ABC7. Dan reports that, after pleading not guilty last year, Allen changed his plea to guilty yesterday in exchange for a sentence […]
Our buddy, Kristina Wong at The Hill writes that 5 special forces soldiers were wounded in Afghanistan during “partnered operations with Afghan special operators in the southern Afghanistan province of Nangarhar” against ISIS (not Taliban) troops. The wounds were not serious and two of the soldiers have returned to their units; “They are in good […]