It’s New Year’s Eve, and the organizers and sponsors of the bash in Times Square want you to pucker up.
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This week has been an educational one in New York City.
One lesson, in particular, will linger — long after the last molecule of grayed, salted melt gurgles down a storm drain, long even after the patina on Michael R. Bloomberg’s statue has been reburnished by some future feat of municipal derring-do.
During a press conference on Wednesday, John J. Doherty, the city’s sanitation commissioner, said that he expects that every street in the five boroughs would be plowed by 7 a.m. on Thursday.
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Technology is already complicated enough without the quotidian issues with organizing your appliances. Doing so efficiently can be a headache, but what would technology be if it couldn’t come up with a gadget to deal with this problem, too? Serial switches can aid in organization by providing conduits to your PC’s selected features. It’s essentially a remote with access to administration and oversight functions, and can be connected to your PC at all times.
Rising temperatures helped melt snow all over the city on Wednesday, but in a parking lot at Orchard Beach, the melting was helped along by a huge cooker run by the city’s Department of Sanitation, to eliminate snow carted in from nearby areas of the Bronx.