“Internet shutdowns have been massively underreported or misreported over the years,” said Alp Toker, founder of internet monitoring organization Netblocks. The world is “starting to realize what’s happening,” as documenting efforts like his expand, he said. The list doesn’t include places like China and North Korea, where the government tightly controls or restricts the internet.
12/9/19 PLAN COMMISSION RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO PLACE ON FILE RECESSED PUBLIC HEARING On a motion by Cantrell, seconded by Sundquist, the Plan Commission recommended that the zoning map amendment to repeal the Edgewood Campus Master Plan be placed on file. The motion to recommend that the repeal be placed on file passed on the following vote: AYE: Cantrell, Hagenow, Rewey, Spencer, Sundquist; NAY: Ald. Heck, Ald.
BioWare is touting three major things for Mass Effect Legendary Edition. That starts with the three Mass Effect games now rendered in 4K Ultra HD resolution with HDR (high dynamic range) imaging. Character models, textures, shaders, and VFX have all been remastered.
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In 2018 the City sent out a RFP for the development of the property which is included in the Wingra BUILD plan (Park Street/Fish Hatchery Road/Wingra Creek Triangle). Although this is in the Bay Creek neighborhood many many residents in Bram’s Addition, Burr Oaks, Capitol View, and Town of Madison will be impacted by the redevelopment. From an historical perspective South Madison has been home to a full grocery store since the 1950’s.
Because the glasses are more affordable, Arnold and Rowley are hoping to change the way eyeglasses are worn and perceived. “Cynthia feels strongly that eyewear is an accessory,” Arnold said. “You shouldn’t just buy one [pair] because you can only afford one [pair] every couple of years.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeNew safety measures at Cornton level crossing could see barriers down for a total of almost 50 minutes in an hour and at best 30 minutes.Stirling Council officials are set to warn councillors of the longer term impact the works could have on peaktime traffic and alternative routes.And they say while the current crossing sees the barrier down for five minutes in the hour, that could be multiplied tenfold.In the report to tomorrow’s (Thursday) environment and housing committee, transport officials say: “These works, when completed, are likely to have an impact on traffic at peak times within its local road network. Presently at peak morning travel the barrier is currently down approximately for five minutes in the hour.”Data provided by Network Rail outlines that due to the new system they will be installing and the increased frequency of trains from eight per hour to 14 per hour this means the barrier will be down approximately 30 minutes in the hour.”It should be noted that this 30 minutes downtime is considered to be the best case scenario. This is predicated on trains running on time, which is not a dependable variable.”The suggested worst case scenario is that barriers may be down for up to 49 minutes in the hour.”Read More(Image: Network Rail)The report reads: “Officers have asked them to monitor pedestrian flows before and after installation of the new barrier.Council officers, however, will monitor journey times and traffic flows over a period of time to understand the impact and consider if any potential mitigations were required on Cornton Road or other roads within the Cornton, Causewayhead and Bridge of Allan area.Network Rail, which does not require planning or roads permission to undertake the works, will need three temporary closures to the crossing whilst works are ongoing.Whilst acknowledging the new measures will provide “significant safety improvement over the current operation”, council officials say journey times along Cornton Road are expected to be impacted and traffic could end up using alternative routes.The current barrier was commissioned in the 1980s and has proved controversial, with questions raised about its safety.