1. Agilie - Mobile application development for restaurants

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    Innovations in the restaurant business are coming. There are interesting marketing tools that encourage customers to return again and again to their favorite restaurant. That's why we provide this service to build mobile applications for the restaurants as an offline solution together with adaptive(resizable to mobile devices resolutions ) web site development for online presents. Check the service description for more details: http://agilie.com/en/services/restaurant-business

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    • Times Square Revisited: Urban Planning and Urban Design - 9.30.14

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      Please join us for the first in a four-part series presented by The Skyscraper Museum that will reunite key actors in the transformation of Times Square over the past three decades. Each evening focuses on a set of issues and questions that ask the original authors, including government officials, planners, urban designers, developers, architects, critics, preservationists, and civic activists, what really happened in the Eighties, and how do they view Times Square now? Times Square today is bright and crowded – a tourist mecca, entertainment district, retail powerhouse, and pedestrianized precinct that matches in vitality any decade of its storied past. But thirty years ago, the future of Times Square was in limbo – caught between a series of false starts at clean-slate urban renewal by the City and State and an emerging philosophy of urbanism that favored history, electric signs, and delirious diversity. “An oasis of celebration, and a sewer of crime” was the tag line for a 1989 PBS program on the future of 42nd Street and Times Square. Government plans to conquer blight and revitalize the district conceived of skyscrapers as the deus ex machina that would create revenue to renovate historic theaters and fund subway improvements. Critics of the plan–including architects, preservationists, and civic groups–complained that the essential character of Times Square would be destroyed. In the 1980s, the multiple arenas of architectural debate, public protests, and civic engagement changed the trajectory of government-guided plans for a new Times Square. Criticism of the matched set of Postmodern mega-towers designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee sparked an ideas competition to re-imagine the site of the original Times Tower, then slated for demolition Preservationists and actors organized against the further loss of historic theaters and advocated maintaining the bright lights of Broadway through mandatory signage. The zoning law was amended. Speakers: Carl Weisbrod, Chairman, NYC Planning Commission Herbert Sturz, former Chairman, NYC Planning Commission Alexander Cooper, FAIA, Founding Partner and CEO of Cooper, Robertson & Partners Hugh Hardy, FAIA, Founding Partner, H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture Lynne B. Sagalyn, Earle W. Kazis and Benjamin Schore Professor of Real Estate, Director, Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate Moderator: Carol Willis, Founding Director, The Skyscraper Museum Carl Weisbrod is the Chairman of the New York City Planning Commission and Director of the Department of City Planning. From 1987-1990, he was the president of New York State’s 42nd Street Development Project. Herbert Sturz served under Mayor Koch as Chairman of the New York City Planning Commission and Director of the Department of City Planning from 1980-1986. The subject of the biography, A Kind of Genius: Herb Sturz and Society’s Toughest Problems by Sam Roberts, he has helped to found more than 20 New York non-profits devoted to social issues from criminal justice reform to affordable housing for the homeless. Alexander Cooper, FAIA, one of the world’s leading urban designers, is Founding Partner and CEO of Cooper, Robertson & Partners. From 1973-1978, he served in the Lindsay administration as the director of the Urban Design Group in the Department of City Planning; from 1973-1978, he sat on the Planning Commission. In 1979, he established his firm Alexander Cooper Associates and in 1981 was joined by Stan Eckstut to form Cooper Eckstut Associates. In 1980-81 they created the urban design guidelines for the 42nd Street Development Project. Hugh Hardy, FAIA, is another of the world’s leading urban designers and preservation architects. From the restorations of the New Victory and New Amsterdam theaters, to the zebra-stripe apartment tower and Theater Row complex and sleek offices of The New 42nd Street, Inc, Hardy has restored and reshaped the both the physical setting and emotional experience of Times Square for a generation. Lynne B. Sagalyn is author of Times Square Roulette: Remaking the City Icon, is the Earle W. Kazis and Benjamin Schore Professor of Real Estate and Director of the MBA Real Estate Program at the Columbia University Graduate School of Business.Professor Sagalyn is a specialist in real estate finance and urban development. She teaches the Real Estate Transactions and the Advanced Seminar in Real Estate electives. Sagalyn is widely known as an expert in real estate equity securities and public development finance. Her research and writings on real estate investment, securitization, urban development and public policy have been published in both academic and professional journals. Organized by: The Skyscraper Museum Co-sponsored by: AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee

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      • Zameen.com Property Expo 2014 Day 2 - City42 News Report

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        Zameen.com Property Expo 2014 opened on 15th November, 2014 at Lahore Expo Centre in Lahore. Over 50 exhibitors participated in this expo and showcased their projects in different cities across Pakistan. The two-day event attracted over 30,000 people from all walks of life.

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        • Zameen.com Property Expo 2014 Day 1 - City42 News Report

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          Zameen.com Property Expo 2014 opened on 15th November, 2014 at Lahore Expo Centre in Lahore. Over 50 exhibitors participated in this expo and showcased their projects in different cities across Pakistan. The two-day event attracted over 30,000 people from all walks of life.

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          • Toyota ITC Connected Vehicle Hackathon

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            NestGSV hosted the Toyota ITC Connected Vehicle Hackathon Nov.7-8. We had awesome partners: api.ai, Pebble, Sensory, SmartThings and Twilio. Check out this cool video from the 24-hour event.

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            • Your App Journey Starts Here

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              We are a team of investors, entrepreneurs and developers that are passionate about growing mobile applications into successful technology companies. We help small and medium size businesses establish their mobile presence, app inventors translate their visions into mobile apps and investors realize returns on their investments. Creating your app is an exciting experience and we carry that energy into the development of your app. We take a clear approach to planning, designing and monetizing your app to its greatest potential. Partnered with our marketing strategies and app store optimization, we deliver powerful app solutions. Getting it right the first time is critical.

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              • Bluetooth Smart Starter Kit v2.0 - A Developers Perspective

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                The Bluetooth Smart Starter Kit will teach you how to discover devices, work with GATT services, and read and write values to a Bluetooth Smart device. If you are new to Bluetooth Smart development get the starter kit today: developer.bluetooth.org/smartstarterkit

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                • Microsoft Connect(); event — "Cloud"

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                  Wire Stone brought the voices of 40 developers from across the globe into the room at Microsoft's 2014 Connect(); event in New York City. We asked the developers to help us understand where they find pride building software for a cloud-first, mobile-first world. Our three segments were played to introduce the day's three featured speakers.

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                  • Microsoft Connect(); event — "Best of Times"

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                    Wire Stone brought the voices of 40 developers from across the globe into the room at Microsoft's 2014 Connect(); event in New York City. We asked the developers to help us understand where they find pride building software for a cloud-first, mobile-first world. Our three segments were played to introduce the day's three featured speakers.

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                    • Microsoft Connect(); event — "Pride"

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                      Wire Stone brought the voices of 40 developers from across the globe into the room at Microsoft's 2014 Connect(); event in New York City. We asked the developers to help us understand where they find pride building software for a cloud-first, mobile-first world. Our three segments were played to introduce the day's three featured speakers.

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