zoomImage Courtesy: USCG Marine diesel fuel spill was reported at the APM Terminal in Bayonne, New Jersey, on April 25, according to the US Coast Guard.APM Terminal notified the National Response Center that the fuel spilled into Newark Bay while a ship was refueling pier-side at the terminal.The source of the spill has been secured and Coast Guard pollution responders were sent to the scene.Commercial clean-up crews have deployed boom to contain as much of the fuel as possible, while simultaneously recovering product from the waterway.Coast Guard marine inspectors are also on scene to assess the condition of the vessels involved and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is providing trajectory models to assist in the product recovery.An investigation was launched to determine the size and cause of the spill.
January 22, 2008 We continue our report from 1/18/08 about the tent removal in the amphitheater in the Colly Soleri Music Center. Maintenance crew member David De Gomez removes hardware at each of the spines that fastens the tent to the edges of the amphitheater. We continue our report from 1/18/08 about the tent removal in the amphitheater in the Colly Soleri Music Center. Maintenance crew member David De Gomez removes hardware at each of the spines that fastens the tent to the edges of the amphitheater. [Photo & text: sa] The south edges of the tent are clipped to a strong cable structure. It’s hard to see through the tree branches as the crew detaches the fasteners one by one. [Photo & text: sa] The sides are free and the crew now folds the heavy cloth towards the middle of the seating area. This report continues on 1/23/08. [Photo & text: sa]
(text and photos by Shannon Mackenzie) January 24, 2018Last week, a group of architects from Phoenix came to visit Arcosanti and took a special Architecture & Planning tour with resident and Penn State graduate Ryan David.You can see these architects’ work and read publications about their projects on their website at http://www.localstudioaz.com
Glenn HowerMultichannel networks (MCNs) are “key to reaching younger online video viewers” with millennials watching 5.5 hours of internet video per week on smartphones and six hours per week on tablets, according to Parks Associates.The US-based research firm claims that there will be more than 200 million online video viewers in North America by 2016 with 18 to 24 year-olds, or millennials, “often favouring short-form YouTube content like PewDiePie and Jenna Marbles.”“Millennials, who watch the most internet video content, have been a difficult demographic for content providers and distributors to reach. As audiences for internet video personalities grow, content companies have taken note of the potential to leverage these viewers and monetise internet video by aggregating creator channels into multichannel networks,” said Glenn Hower, research analyst, Parks Associates.“Internet video is in the midst of significant changes. Online content creators, once representing a collection of popular but disparate viral videos, have emerged to establish audiences that contribute recurring viewership, much like traditional television and video.”