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16 May 1918 - Bombs

A massive bombing exercise was conducted by the RAF today. During the day,

over 23 tons of bombs were dropped on important railway centres including Douai, Courtrai, Chaulnes and Saarbrucken as well as aerodromes and billets behind the enemy’s lines. 125 more words


Overnight closures of Main Runway begin summer, last into early fall

Heads up: the Airport has scheduled intermittent, overnight closures of its Main Runway for two nights this month, and more closures are planned from August to October. 143 more words


Cloud Operations - Key Service Operation Principles - Consideration

Below are some good IT Service Management Operational Principles to consider when migrating applications into Cloud.  These will help to align your operational goals and organisation’s strategic initiatives. 416 more words

Calling All Contact Centers

Comprised of a giant interconnected web of phone trees and humans, contact centers are a major component of many businesses in the United States.  Contact centers are a great way to connect with your customer from sales to servicing and everything in between.  474 more words


15 May 1918 - Tactical Retreat

Back on 9 May aerial reconnaissance by Squadrons in Mesopotamia reported a Turkish withdrawal from camps near Altun Kopri towards Erbil. A mobile column, sent forward on the 10th, made contact with the enemy troops at Altun Kopri, and confirmed they were in retreat. 146 more words


Cosme Restaurant Chef Daniela Soto-Innes on Being a Young Boss in the Kitchen

Cosme, 35 E 21st St, New York, NY 10010

“Chef Daniela Soto-Innes got her start in kitchens by lying about her age. She started working at restaurants at the age of 14, never revealing how young she really was. 177 more words

Local Market Buzz

Fresh foods continue to drive in-store sales, report notes

“Fresh foods are driving 49% of dollar growth across fast-moving consumer goods categories at retail, according to a report from Nielsen. In all, fresh and perishable foods account for $177 billion in sales. 80 more words

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