October 25, 2000In the Arcosanti Cafe,the changing of one garment to another signifies the changing of the season andthe coming of winter. A large, long tubular garment hangs down from the Gallerylevel of Crafts III building to the Cafe down below. Its purpose is to circulatethe warmer air that rises to the Gallery down to the Cafe in the building. Lookinginside the air tube, a fan creates a downward draft inside the winter garment. Looking inside the air tube, a fan creates a downward draft inside the wintergarment. Photo by: DoctressNeutopia
Netflix has confirmed upcoming launches in South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan.The US-listed streaming service will hit the Asian territories in early 2016 as part of its wider global roll out.The four new Netflix service will follow the roll out in Japan, the first in the region and which launched earlier this month.News of the South Korea launch leaked over the weekend, with the streaming service reportedly looking to partner with local telcos, and Netflix confirmed it yesterday.The company said that it will launch in the new territories on smart TVs and connected devices, but did not specify any partnerships. It has also not released pricing information and there was no mention of a China launch, which has also been widely rumoured.“The combination of increasing Internet speeds and ubiquity of connected devices provides consumers with the anytime, anywhere ability to enjoy their favorite TV shows and movies on the Netflix service,” said Reed Hastings, Netflix CEO. “These four markets well represent those trends.”In January, Netflix said it plans to complete its global expansion within two years.
CAOIMHE ARCHIBALDclaudydungivenLORETO DOUGLASPSNISINN MLATRAFFIC & TRAVEL: FOREGLEN ROAD REOPENS AFTER MAN KILLED IN TWO VEHICLE CRASH POLICE say the Forelgen Road has now reopened to traffic following this morning’s road tragedy.A man in his 30’s died following the serious road traffic collision on the main Derry to Belfast road.The two-vehicle collision happened on the Foreglen Road between Claudy and Dungiven at about 6.30 am this morning. Police said a car and a van were involved in the collision.Diversions had been in place while the scene was examined by the PSNI’s Collision Investigatin Unit.But late this afternoon police say the examination has been completed, the scene cleared and is now open to traffic again.During the crash, three other people were treated at Altnagelvin Hospital for minor injuries and have since been discharged. ShareTweet Sinn Féin MLA Caoimhe Archibald said her thoughts were with the dead man’s family.“I would like to express my sympathies to the family and friends of the man who has died as a result of this morning’s crash,” she said.“This is the second death on the A6 in weeks and, as we enter into the winter months, I would urge all road users to exercise care and caution on the roads at all times and to allow for extra travelling time if conditions are poor.”Last month, Loreto Douglas, 64, a child care worker and former nun from the Culmore area of Derry died after a three-vehicle crash on a stretch of the A6 at the Glenshane Pass.TRAFFIC & TRAVEL: FOREGLEN ROAD REOPENS AFTER MAN KILLED IN TWO VEHICLE CRASH was last modified: December 5th, 2016 by John2John2 Tags: