Terminals

21 May 19
Mice on the Move

Baños is a town which sits amongst mountains and explosive volcanoes which provides a gateway to the Northern Amazon. This makes it the perfect place for those who enjoy an adventure (despite its unpredictable weather!). It was carnival time whilst we were in Banos, however not the usual type you envisage of colourful costumes, music […]

21 May 19
Archy Worldys

Consequences for technology Tuesday, twenty-one may 2019 – 19:21 A Huawei terminal with Android applications (from Google).REUTERS Effects US delays Huawei sanctions for three months Google Veto And if I have a mobile phone from Huawei? Googlecontinue collaborating withHuaweiduring the next 90 days as a result of the temporary license granted to the Chinese manufacturer […]

21 May 19
Archy Worldys

Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Chrome, Google Translate, Google Drive or Google Maps. These are just some of the Google applications used by millions of users every day. Google's veto on Huawei would leave the users of new devices of the Chinese firm without all these applications and without the Play Store – the store of […]

21 May 19
More Than Route 66 - Airline and Travel Stories

July 1, 2019, will mark the 40th anniversary of the formation of Republic Airlines. Told from a ‘hometown’ perspective, this is a story of that airline and its famous duck logo named Herman.

21 May 19
Musings and Mutterings

I posted about data analytics, after I’d heard Dr Michael Bradley speak.  He referred to the apparently well-known case of  Signet Financial/Capital One.  (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital_One ).   Wikipedia tells us that “Capital One attributed its relative success as [an institution offering a single product, namely, credit cards] to its use of data collection to build demographic profiles, […]

21 May 19
Calgary Herald

Postmedia Calgary received two honours last weekend in an awards competition for media around the world. The Calgary Herald and Calgary Sun received second place in a category recognizing best community service campaign in the International News Media Association’s Global Media Awards. The project, called Finding Home, saw a team of 20 journalists, working with the […]

21 May 19
depolreablesunite

H/T The Washington Free Beacon. This is rather hypocritical after all the state allows infanticide. It is ok for a doctor to murder a baby but yet the same doctor cannot help someone to commit suicide. Doctors group reaffirms opposition as lawmakers weigh legalization bill One of New York’s top medical associations reiterated its opposition […]

21 May 19
Hayley on Holiday

I’m taking a walk down memory lane today and sharing my Chicago travel guide. It includes all the top things to do in Chicago, plus places to eat and where to stay. As it turns out, you guys like North American content. My posts on both Canada and the US have been doing very well […]

21 May 19
Thomas Shellberg

This is the second post in a series of posts which will illuminate my journey to becoming a Full-Stack JavaScript Developer. Read the first one here. Recap My plan is to progressively enhance the app into a fully complete app, allowing me to step-by-step learn important principles of development without overwhelming myself while at the […]

21 May 19
Thompson's Travels

For, perhaps, the tenth time, Christine and I took a cruise to Bermuda. Partly as a respite from the long hours that Christine has been putting in in her Job at Fox’s and partly the lousy weather we have been having recently. This time, Luba (Christine’s younger sister) was able to join us. As it […]

21 May 19
Tatiana's blog

. 1) Alternating Current and Direct Current. ALTERNATE CURRENT: Alternating current (AC) is a type of electrical current, in which the direction of the flow of electrons comes and goes at regular intervals or in cycles. The electricity normally available in homes from the wall outlets is alternating current. CURRENT CONTINUOUS: The direct current (DC) […]

21 May 19
Twin Cities
Want to fly out of the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and wonder about your airline options? These are the airlines that fly out of MSP  — and the terminals where you can find them. MSP has one airfield with four runways and two terminal buildings: Terminal 1 (also known as the Lindbergh Terminal) and  Terminal 2 (also known as the Humphrey Terminal) MSP Terminal 1 This terminal has as 104 gates and 11 commercial passenger airlines: Aer Lingus Air Canada Air Choice One Air France Alaska Airlines American Airlines Boutique Air Delta Air Lines Frontier Airlines KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Spirit Airlines United Airlines MSP Terminal 2 Terminal 2 has 14 gates and five commercial passenger airlines: Condor Icelandair JetBlue Southwest Airlines Sun Country Airlines On average, more than 400,000 landings and takeoffs occur at MSP every year and over 38 million travelers pass through the airport. In all, MSP serves 136 domestic nonstop markets and 27 international nonstop markets.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]