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Small Business Event at NASA Goddard
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Cindy Edgerton, the founder and President of Edge Space Systems addresses dignitaries and guests at the visitor center at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland for an event with NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and Senator Ben Cardin to announce the results of the 2013 Small Business Federal Procurement Scorecard. The annual Scorecard is an assessment tool that measures how well federal agencies reach their small business and socio-economic prime contracting and subcontracting goals and reports agency-specific progress…Credit: NASA/Goddard/Bill Hrybyk..NASA image use policy.
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JAXPORT Welcomes Disney
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Disney products to be shipped through TraPac Container Terminal
Gov. Scott lauds move to bring Florida cargo in through state seaport

Jacksonville, FL, June 19, 2012 – The Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT), Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and TraPac announced today that Walt Disney Parks and Resorts has started importing most of the merchandise headed to its Central Florida parks through JAXPORT’s TraPac Container Terminal at Dames Point, a shift that underscores the port’s growing attractiveness to shippers while also supporting statewide efforts to move Florida cargo through Florida seaports.

The move also reflects the significance of MOL’s investment in JAXPORT and commitment to Jacksonville. The Tokyo-based shipping company opened its 0 million, state-of-the-art TraPac Container Terminal at Dames Point in 2009. TraPac is the U.S. terminal operating arm of MOL.

Florida Governor Rick Scott and Lt. Governor Jennifer Carroll joined Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown, JAXPORT CEO Paul Anderson, Florida Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Mark Wilson and MOL (America) Vice President Dennis Sheehan in welcoming special guests from Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, U.S., Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Anthony Connelly, and surprise guest Mickey Mouse to the TraPac docks for the announcement.

This is the first time goods headed for purchase at Walt Disney World Resort in Central Florida will come through Jacksonville. The move reflects the efficiencies and cost effectiveness of moving cargo through JAXPORT and contributes to a coordinated drive to bring Florida-bound goods through Florida’s ports.

“This is what all of us in Florida want,” said JAXPORT CEO Paul Anderson. “We want the products our Florida citizens and visitors buy brought in through our ports, not brought by truck or train from somewhere out-of-state. Step by step, one container at a time, we are working to bring the jobs and dollars that come along with the movement of those goods back home where they belong. Shippers, importers and exporters around the globe—and now one of the world’s most beloved brands—are recognizing that we offer an alternative here in Jacksonville that makes good business sense.”

“A large part of our commitment to Jacksonville is to share the benefits associated with growth in our volumes with the region and the state,” said Dennis Sheehan, MOL (America) Vice President. “This is a partnership, with all of us doing our part to make business gains which then translate into opportunity for everyone.”

“Bringing a majority of our Florida-bound cargo through Jacksonville is a direct result of the port’s ongoing improvement efforts,” said Anthony Connelly, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, U.S. “This is not only a smart business decision but will also enable us to continue to build on the positive impact we have on Florida’s economy. Today, the economic activity generated by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts accounts for 2.5 percent our state’s gross domestic product and for more than one out of every 50 jobs in Florida.”

“As we continue to work every day to ensure that Florida is the No. 1 state for business, we are seeing more and more evidence that Florida’s economy is headed in the right direction,” Governor Scott said. “Disney’s decision to start shipping products through JAXPORT is welcome news and we will continue to focus on improving Florida’s ports so even more companies will choose to do business in our state.”

Disney joins a growing list of companies which have shifted business to take advantage of JAXPORT’s efficient services, as they work to better serve the growing consumer market in the southeast U.S. That list includes: Rooms to Go, Michael’s Stores, Haverty’s Furniture, Coach, Bridgestone, PSS World Medical, Sears, Samsonite, Maxwell House and Unilever.

The Florida Chamber Foundation’s 2010 Trade and Logistics Study found that 53% of Asian imports to Florida were being shipped in through out of state ports. The report also identified more than 8 million tons of Asian imports that were trans-loaded and shipped as domestic cargo into Florida.

JAXPORT is an independent agency responsible for the development of public seaport facilities in Jacksonville. JAXPORT owns three cargo facilities and a cruise terminal. According to a 2009 study, Jacksonville’s port generates 65 thousand jobs and more than billion in annual economic impact for the North Florida region.

For information on:
The Jacksonville Port Authority please visit www.jaxport.com
MOL www.molpower.com
TraPac www.trapac.com
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts www.disneyparks.com.

Photo credit: JAXPORT, Meredith Fordham Hughes

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Burning Man 2012 :: Hexayurt Density Map
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Firstly a huge massive thank you to GeoEye if you are super cool and providing me personally utilizing the full high-res picture to-do the count this season. I think the picture overhead actually offered any place else (full size/original image is scaled to 55per cent as to accommodate flickr’s 50mb picture upload cap – if anybody desires the full 150mb picture drop myself a note via here )

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GeoEye‘s yearly high definition picture of Burning Man through the sky, taken on Friday 31st August 2012.
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A RATHER traditional matter :: 739 hexayurts

Note :: I counted this chart twice and took the lower matter.

In so far as I can see there were 739 hexayurt shaped frameworks (with the familiar 3point shine/shade/shadow on the roof) regarding playa this season. There are a number of smaller rectangular shaped frameworks being alongside / or near hexayurt encampments which can be H2 or H4’s. These were not included in the count when I ended up being uncomfortable making the call, because they could be just shiny tents.

Methodology

We used the 30pt celebrity stamp tool and noted each construction from the map in a layer-on the image.
Unlike this past year, where we went across the camp in concentric groups.
this current year i split the camp to the 16 quadrants of the camp and worked the matter from the centre outwards in each one of these.

Afterwards i did get across the camp in concentric circles to ensure I experiencedn’t missed any regarding previous passes.

((additionally for those that are wondering how i counted the yurts right underneath the clouds, i overlayed a resized transparency of this picture taken regarding 30th (this is actually the picture that is available on geoeye website)unfortunately as a result of it being obtained from a slightly various course than this image, things don’t line-up *exactly* and I also must move it around by some pixels or maybe more to be sure every thing prearranged in whatever section I happened to be viewing. so i eliminated that transparency in image above))

Observations:

739 hexayurts!!?? Wo0t it is way more than last year, and considering the formal populace of Black Rock city this present year had been 1578 men and women lower in 2010 than just last year – which should you the maths is a 54% enhance (by population) on just last year.

I’m this is a large win when it comes to project – and quite likely the biggest single implementation of open equipment up to now?

I’m unsure what number of more hexayurts will allow it to be on the playa the following year. Obviously i’m optimistic for lots more! But reports from friends and peeps into the hexayurt google team said it absolutely was impractical to obtain the bidirectional filament tape for building ANYWHERE in the country – this implies that Burning Man 2012 fatigued the offer string with ~750 yurts…

Yurts this season had been colored, i saw some green and purple people!!

Finally: Considering it was only 9 years ago the first hexayurt was constructed on the playa additionally the only investment which has ever already been produced in the project was a web domain; I think EVERYONE which has ever before built, designed, or added their particular amount of time in anyway towards hexayurt project should feel tremendously pleased.

Other Ideas

Besides seeing several tri and quad domes, i *think* i might have seen a hexaplex with never already been built before, it seems just like the same product – i included it inside matter both times – in my head it is surely in dispute. therefore i’m discussing it.

Plenty of even more terms written in the sand this year. <3 that

There are many than one group standing in a heart form – did they understand the satellite was moving over?

On the base right for the camp, there is an enormous purple arrow.

Informal songs, walkways, and roundabouts that run through and over the camps that break with and be noticed from geometry/layout of this camp, but can only be seen on close observance for the camp.

Perhaps an individual who checks out this may maybe travel a homemade drone to get a large step-by-step picture the following year?

i *STILL* need check-out burning man :C

it was cross posted to my blog site :: here

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Image from page 170 of “Annual report of the Governor of the Panama Canal for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1919” (1919)
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Identifier: annualreportofgo1919cana
Title: Annual report of the Governor of the Panama Canal for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1919
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Canal Zone. Office of the Governor
Subjects: Canal Zone Politics and government Periodicals.
Publisher: Washington : G.P.O.
Contributing Library: University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries with support from Lyrasis and the Sloan Foundation

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9684,2962,845 7,7791,0415,6373,3542,7833,098 37,9023,1581,599 Table No. 7.—Number of repairs to rolling stock. Month. 1918. July August September October November December 1919. January February March April May June Total Average this year.Average last year. Locomotives. Heavy. Running. 675i 7 828885901880897940 905 744877692796 10,211851970 Cars. Shop. Field 252222210163121222 181210282189170237 2,459205299 1,4271,5981,6141,1761,5341,750 1,8041,4232,1.521,6071,5561,518 19,1591,5971,920 Cranes. 2261938 Others. Total. 2,5502,7372,7582,2492,5882,946 2,9122,4093,3372,5022,5442,665 32,1972,6833,236 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT, MECHANICAL DIVISION. 133 Table No. 8—Mechanical DUisiun, fiscal year 1918-19. Status as of June 30. 1919 : Credit. Overhead expense .0,210. 54 Reserves : Equipment repairs , 997. 77 Structure repairs 22, 897. 10 Accrued leave, holiday time ^ 138, 44G. 36 185, 341. 23 Stock on liaud 22, GOO. 18 Work in progress 408, (!84. 80 Total 756, 836. 75 140921°—19 10

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Image from page 470 of “Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the … session of the Legislature of the State of California” (1853)
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Identifier: appendixtojourna19053cali
Title: Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the … session of the Legislature of the State of California
Year: 1853 (1850s)
Authors: California. Legislature
Subjects: Legislative journals
Publisher: Sacramento : State Printing
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library

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e Insurance and Trust American Credit Indemnity.. Ocean Accident and Guarantee Bankers Life Association Decimal Mutual Life Fidelity Mutual Aid Pacific Coast Casualty Total ,670 736,716 6020 0075 0020 0030 00 131 0620 0020 00 1,345 681,433 2820 0020 0065 0020 0020 0020 00 20 00 903 32 30 00 40 00 20 00 522 56 263 79 30 00 132 9130 00 30 0020 001,166 3420 0050 00 918 6120 0020 0020 0020 00 20 0035 0020 0020 0020 0020 0020 0020 0035 00 ,134 88 I certify the foregoing to be a full, true, and correct statement of thereceipts of the Insurance Department of the State of California for theyear nineteen hundred and two. M. M. RHORER,Deputy Insurance Commissioner. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 29th day of July, A. D. 1903. [notarial SEAL.] JAMES L. KING, Notary Public in and for the City and Countyof San Francisco, State of California. THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER STATE OF CALIFORNIA YEAR ENDING DECEMBER131, 1903 E. MYRON WOLF, Insurance Commissioner

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SACRAMENTO:w. w. SHANNON, : : : : superintendent state printing. 1905. THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT INSURANCE COMMISSIONER OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA Insurance Department, San Francisco, August 1, 1904.To His Excellency, George C. Pardee, Governor of the State of California:Sir: In compliance with the provisions of Section 595 of the Polit-ical Code, I submit herewith the thirty-sixth Annual Report of theInsurance Department of the State of California, showing the con-dition of insurance business in this State for the year ending December31, 1903. The total number of companies authorized to transact insurancebusiness in the State during the said year was 212. Of these, 133were fire and marine companies; thirty-three legal reserve life insur-iince companies; three assessment life, health, and accident insurancecompanies; thirty-three miscellaneous companies, and ten county firemutuals. Of the 133 fire and marine insurance companies, eighty-four transactonly fire business; thirty-three do

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6.6.2016 Scouting Report to the Commonwealth
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On Monday, June 6, 2016, Lt. Governor Polito attended the Second Annual Scouting Report to the Commonwealth, a ceremony held in the State Senate Chamber to honor the achievements and continued success of the Boy Scouts in Massachusetts.

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Women pay attention since a senior emissary checks out a prayer petition asking Jesus for an effective 12 months for Jewish people internationally at the gravesite of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, in Queens borough of New York on Friday, February 17, 2017. Nearly 3,000 emissaries from around the entire world come in ny the Overseas meeting of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries, a yearly occasion targeted at revitalizing Jewish understanding and practice worldwide. The main meeting included a trip to the Rebbe’s gravesite.

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Image from page 221 of “Annual report of this Public Service Commission, in addition to … annual report of Board of Railroad Commissioners” (1914)

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Image from web page 221 of “yearly report of this Public Service Commission, while the … yearly report for the Board of Railroad Commissioners” (1914)
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Identifier: annualreportofpu19183mass
Title: Annual report associated with the Public Service Commission, and … annual report regarding the Board of Railroad Commissioners
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Massachusetts. Public-service Commission Massachusetts. Board of Railroad Commissioners. Annual report
Subjects: Massachusetts. Public Service Commission Public resources
Publisher: Boston : Wright & Potter Printing Co.
Adding Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Associate Libraries

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ue just before Jan. 1, 1918, .Material and products, Dec. 31, 1917,Equipment retired,debts, Dec. 31, 1917, paid,Corporate income transactions, .Expense just before Jan. 1, 1918,Additions and betterments,Net balance receivable from representatives and conductors, 81,188,318 94339,296 43176,926 24140,935 66 9,251 15 8255,435 81285,000 00 179,809 66531,237 78 10,432 22693,883 35 61,487 34 81,854,728 42 S2,017,2S6 16 Sundry Unadjusted Credits.Other Unadjusted Crediis. Title of Subaccount. CreditBalanceat Close Year. Minor products, seven in quantity,Director General of Railroads, Total S26.666 63373,867 98 8400,534 61 154 RAILROAD COMES BACK. [Jan. Depreciation, Path, Equipment and Miscellaneous Bodily Property. t, — . DebitItems. ~ . -1 CreditItems. Pension of work equipment Balances at close of year: Freight-train vehicles, depreciation, ……. 3340 00 496 30 302 99 43 76 12,857 3874,043 17 ,896 51 36,594 54 11,209 40 2,525 77 12,857 38 ,083 60 ,083 60 profit-and-loss Account. Item. Credits.

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Unrefundable overcharges Miscellaneous credits, …..Debit stability transferred from earnings, p. 155,Debit balance carried to balance sheet, . Total, ,691 2198 67 6,116 14 earnings take into account the entire year. Item. Amount relevant on Year. Comparison with Preceding Year(Enhance). Operating Income.Railway operating profits, p. 155 ,188,812 075,588,538 62 6,001 551,858,225 42 Net income from railway operations, ….Railway taxation accruals, p. 158, ……. 9,726 55<2 184,304 36 168 25 ,152,223 87* 16,532 49* 86 10* NONOPERATING MONEY. Lease from passenger-train vehicles, Separately operated properties, profit, Income from unfunded securities and records, 4,199 16<i 6 01 25,842 72 691 60 9,896 14 1,979 89197,763 40 ,168,842 46* ,985 80* 9,439 51* 32,193 37* 72 80* 12 82 ■ 9,299 77* 19,742 63* 196,805 65 7,139 76 ,084 59 7,059 40d ,082,757 87* d Deficit. Reduce. 1919.1 CENTRAL VERMONT. 155 Money Account fob the Yeak — Concluded. Item. Amount appli

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Image from web page 18 of “Niagara and Chautauqua” (1891)
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Title: Niagara and Chautauqua
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: [Newton, Samuel B.] [from old catalog]
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Publisher: Buffalo, N.Y. Wenborne-Sumner co
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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AND SURPLUS, – – – ,300,000.00. THE brands 8- Traders Bank ■ ■■ BTjrr-A.XjO, 3sr. -^■. rURECTORS : PASCAL P. PRATT, BRONSON C. RUMSEY, FRANKLIN D. LOCKE, FRANCIS H. ROOT, JOHN D. HILL, ROBERT L. FRYER, JAMES H. MADISON, WILLIAM H. GLENNY, WILLIAM HAMLIN, OFFICIALS. PASCAL P. PRATT President. FRANCIS H R(l(iT Vice-President. JAMES H. MADISilN Caskier. HARRY T. RA.MSDELL Assistant Cashier. R. H. IlANI-dK TH Second .Assistant Cashier. ACCOUNTS OF BANKING INSTITUTIONS, Bankers, providers, Merchants as well as others received on many positive terms.SPECIAL DEPOSITS ACHIEVED, which interest is likely to be compensated as agreed.Collections immediately remitted for at cheapest prices. Brown Bros. & Co.s Letters of Credit issued.QUARTERLY REPORT, MARCH 21, 1891. RESOURCES. LIABILITIES Loans and Discounts ,187,276.22 Capital 0,000. RESERVE: I Money available 8,958.57 We Surplus 350,000. Cash with Banks . ,118,178.89 Undivided Earnings. ,.. 115,205.76 ViW ^P^^ 4.035.467-86 ,400,673.62 ,400,673.62

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:i_J!^SSms^^ center the brightemerald associated with deepwater curving overthe cliff reflects themost brilliant treasures. The illustrationshere appended canconvey but a feebleimpression associated with the great panorama that presents itself toward attention of thetourist while he views the Falls of Niagara for firsttime. The amount and number of the items that pre-sent themselves, in addition to reflections associated with head thatfollow, all combine to accomplish the grand scene.Forests, cliflfs and islands; banking institutions, foam and squirt,wood, rock and precipice, dimmed using the increasing mist,are all noticed in one view, canopied and gilded because of the softening tin DESCRIPTIVE.—For why that the task of describing any scene in general is hard in piand we derive our conception of the identical from the contrast it will keep with other works of n;ther reason that Niagara Falls is miujiu, and completely unlike any other scene on face of earth, it ito create these types of a pen image of the Falls as well as express to your minds of readers

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Image from page 200 of “Annual report” (1891)
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Identifier: annualreport191901onta
Title: Annual report
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: Ontario. Dept. of Mines
Subjects: Mines and mineral resources
Publisher: Toronto
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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ccupations, provision must be made for the changingof wet and dirty clothing, and the donning of comfortable and warm apparel for Btreet wear. Four change houses have been built, with a total of GOO lockers and with hot ami cold showersand lavatory accommodations. The Port Colborne refinery began operations last June, and when at full capacity willbe capable of a yearly production of about 15,000,000 lbs. of nickel and 8,000,000 lbs. efcopper. The engineers responsible for the installation have given special attention to the designand construction of the plant and to the possibilities of expansion, and have arranged theequipment in such a way that additions to machinery and equipment can be made in anefficient manner. The plant was built a1 a COSl of over ,000,000. The result impresses the visitor andmakes him feel that not only is Canada—and Ontario in particular—to be congratulated onthe introduction of nickel refining upon a permanent basis, but that credit is also due to the

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[nternational Nickel Company of Canada, Port Colborne—Main power house, showing turboblowers running at 8,500 r.p.m., supplying air to the copper converters. Foundation Co., of Montreal and New York, as the main contractor responsible for the con-struction, and to The International Nickel Co. for the broad and liber:,] attitude shown inhaving this plant built undei the stress of war conditions. A description of the turbo-blower was published by W. Wotherspoon in theEngineering and Minimi Journal of May 17th, 1919, and is as follow The turbo-blowei is s pan of the mechanical equipment of the International Nickel Co.snew plant at Port Colborne, Ontario, Canada. The unit, which was furnished by the Bateau Battu-Smoot Company, New Fork, has acapacity of 15,000 eu. ft. of free air per min., delivered at 15 lbs. gauge pressure. The speedof 8,500 r.p.m. at which it operates is believed to be the highest attempted or attained for amachine of this capacity and type. The outside dimensions of

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National Small Business Week Day 1
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The U.S. Small Business Administration’s National Small Business Week was held in Washington, D.C., marking the 56th anniversary of the agency, and the 46th annual proclamation of National Small Business Week.

More than 100 small business owners from across the country gathered at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel along with keynotes and panels fro leading speakers including Karen Mills,Administrator , U.S. Small Business Administration and Michael Porter
Bishop William Lawrence University Professor,based at Harvard Business School

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