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  1. Finally after so many years of checking the " under construction site"...Westcliff has an active web page http://westcliff.ca/ Maybe , just maybe they are going to finally announce their tower in la Cite International...good sign anyways. Very basic website but it's a start... :applause: :applause:
  2. Canada falls behind in basic worker benefits: McGill study Doesn't measure up to other countries on sick leave, vacation time and breastfeeding breaks MIKE KING, The Gazette Published: 6 hours ago mike king the gazette Canada is perennially a top-10 finisher in United Nations rankings as one of the best countries in the world to live in. But a new McGill University study indicates that Canada lags behind many other countries on some basic worker benefits. The school's Institute for Health and Social Policy conducted recently an international survey that is the first research o
  3. Sydney is now using the world's first outdoor e-ink traffic signs to guide motorists during special events. The city's Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) agency was apparently fed up with the constant chore of changing signs, and developed the tech with a company called Visionect. Like your Kindle, the signs are easy to read in Sydney's bright sunshine, which also powers it via solar panels. There's a light for nighttime usage, and the messages can be updated remotely via a cell connection to an "internet of things" network. Sydney's tech is pretty basic, but e-ink holds enormous potential for
  4. Admin, For the past couple months, I've only been able to upload pictures via the "basic uploader". Meaning I can only upload one picture at a time. At first I thought it was a linux/flash issue but I have that problem on Windows as well. Also it won't accept PNG images.
  5. Ok allors tout dabord je suis nouveau. Sa fait environ 1 1/2 ans que je vous lis:p je sais c un peu ridicule mais il était impossible de joiner pour moi alors je devais me contenter detre spectateur... Pour en revenir au thread je sais vrément po comment poster des images. Est-ce que kelkun pourait m'expliquer ça SVP. Je suis un noob a l'ordi alors aller zi avec le basic. En passant SI j'apprend a poster des pics, je dit bien SI, je pourrais prendre en PRIMEUR!!! des photos du 41e étages de la place victoria. De tous les angles imaginable c vraiment fabuleux (surtout le vieux mtl)!
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