Best hard top gazebo to buy in 2019 – hard top gazebo buying guide

If you are looking to pick a decent hard top gazebo then there are three things that you need to look out for. We will cover them in this post and also give you an overview on where to find the best deals. That being said, if you choose any random hard top gazebo, there are possibilities of facing some of the serious issues which can come from choosing the wrong product. amzn_assoc_placement = “adunit0″; amzn_assoc_tracking_id = “newsnefty-20″; amzn_assoc_ad_mode = “search”; amzn_assoc_ad_type = “smart”; amzn_assoc_marketplace = “amazon”; amzn_assoc_region = “US”; amzn_assoc_title = “Shop Best hard top gazebo on Amazon”; amzn_assoc_default_search_phrase = “hard top gazebo”; amzn_assoc_default_category = “All”; amzn_assoc_linkid = “168205fb3b70ed46f5a7766565bd367a”; amzn_assoc_search_bar = “true”; amzn_assoc_search_bar_position = “top”; You don’t always have to spend a lot of money to find the best hard top gazebo for your purposes. There is a whole range of hard top gazebo and prices that can deliver the features you need. If you are loo...

Toyota to Buy Batteries from China’s CATL and BYD as It Revs Up Electric Car Plans

Chinese battery makers Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Ltd. (CATL) and BYD Co. have agreed to partner with Toyota Motor Corp. as the Japanese automaker dramatically accelerates its plan to develop and sell green vehicles. Details of the deal have not yet been announced, but the Financial Times said CATL and BYD are expected to supply lithium-ion batteries for Toyota-brand electric vehicles to be released in China and other markets starting next year. It is the first time Toyota has teamed up with a Chinese battery manufacturer. Toyota also agreed to buy batteries from Japanese companies Toshiba Corp. and GS Yuasa Corp., adding to the supply it already gets from Panasonic Corporation, the Nikkei and the Financial Times reported, citing the company’s statement on Friday. The deals come amid a rapid global shift towards electric vehicles that has forced automakers to scramble to lock up future battery supplies so that they can meet their ambitious goals to make electric vehicles a major part of their product offerings in coming years. Two years ago, Toyota said its annual sales of electrified autos – a category that includes gasoline hybrid, plug-in hybrid and battery powered ...

More than 16,000 lbs. collected at E-Cycle Day in Jackson, Mo.

According to the City of Jackson, participants from all over Cape Girardeau County delivered e-waste, appliances and other non-degradable items that totaled more than 16,869 pounds collected. This included more than 24 pallets of televisions and many other miscellaneous electronics such as video games, radios, power cords, appliances, computers and audio/visual equipment. All of this material was diverted from landfills and will be recycled. Midwest Recycling Center, a Missouri Department of Natural Resources and R2 nationally-certified vendor, from Park Hills, conducted the e-cycling activities. The City said all hard drivers from computers were shredded or erased using U.S. Department of Defense-approved software. Customers can continue to e-cycle through the regular drop off program conducted at the Jackson Recycling Center, which is open daily. Fees are applicable. For more information, you can contact the Public Works Department at 573-243-2300, Midwest Recycling at 636-931-3930, click here to visit them online or email them at recycle@jacksonmo.org. Coax Strippers Examples of items collected included: lawn mowers/lawn tractors, weed eaters, chain saws, tools, bicycles, ai...

This is a typical amateur-astronomer’s green laser pointer, shown with a simulated beam. It emits an

This is a typical amateur-astronomer’s green laser pointer, shown with a simulated beam. It emits an intense, narrow beam of light that is visible for hundreds or even thousands of meters at night, depending on sky conditions. A recent addition to the backyard astronomer’s toolkit has been flagged as a potential weapon in the terrorist’s arsenal. Humble laser pointers, used by thousands of skygazers to show beginners the way to stars and constellations, is coming under fire from U.S. federal and state authorities following thousands of incidents in which laser beams have “painted” aircraft in flight. In the most notorious case, on January 4, 2005, New Jersey stargazer David Banach was charged with interfering with the operation of a passenger aircraft and lying to federal investigators. He’d been arrested the preceding week after allegedly shining a green laser at a private jet on approach to a nearby airport and then at a police helicopter dispatched to search for the culprit. According to the criminal complaint, after first blaming his 7-year-old daughter, the suspect admitted that he had been giving her a guided tour of the night sky. He fa...

Stampede to Host ‘Product Pop’ Product Demos at Its InfoComm Booth

Stampede hopes to help resellers use their InfoComm free time effectively. The value added distributor is hosting a series of “Product Pop” product demonstrations at its InfoComm booth (Booth 1329) during the show. In these sessions, individual manufacturers will present 15-minute on-site demonstrations of one of their new and featured products. The demonstrations pop up daily during InfoComm at Booth 1329 at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., and 3 p.m. Participating manufacturers include Christie, Lumens, NanoLumens, Sharp, Sonos, Elmo, Kramer, and Planar. “Trade shows are incredibly busy events,” said Stampede president and CEO Kevin Kelly. “Oftentimes resellers end up waiting for their meetings to start, or they arrive early for a scheduled meeting. Stampede is now transforming this traditional downtime into an opportunity to receive a brief but effective 15-minute overview of an exciting new product that can add value to the product portfolio they offer their customers.” Kelly points out that the plan is to make Stampede Product Pops a standard of the Stampede in-booth experience at future trade shows. “Product Pops, together with the Gold Rush Digital Scavenger...

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‘It’s a good feeling’: Texas high school students give up summer break to repair homes

HOUSTON — More than 100 students from around the state are hard at work this week in the Houston area. They’re giving up part of their summer break to help fix up homes. They say giving back beats a trip to the beach or anything else. “I’ve de-shingled the roof with other people and worked on putting shingles back on,” said 17-year-old Isaac Washington of Lewisville, Texas. He’s working on a home in Baytown with others from a group called BOUNCE Student Disaster Recovery.  It’s organized through the Baptist General Convention of Texas and brings mostly high school students into areas hit hard by natural disasters. “It’s just a matter of when are you going to do something that’s helpful, rather than why or how,” said Washington. There’s no question about how much former chemical plant worker and Navy vet Howard Skipper appreciates the help. “It gives you a greater sense that God is still working and he’s still touching lives,” said Skipper. “And creating miracles.” All of the students’ work is done under the supervision of adults who said they’re always impressed. “Some of them surprise you, number one, by the knowledge they have,” said John Wells with South Main Baptist Church ...

Mehr eine Fraktionssitzung als eine Bürgersprechstunde, aber mit vielen kontroversen Diskussionspunkten (von links): Kerstin Recklebe, Torsten

Mehr eine Fraktionssitzung als eine Bürgersprechstunde, aber mit vielen kontroversen Diskussionspunkten (von links): Kerstin Recklebe, Torsten Göhr, Mario Kannegießer, Ortsbürgermeister Manfred Grimm, Ulrich Wurbs, Uwe Klamm (alle ALC/SPD) und als einziger Gast Horst Kober aus Calbe. Foto: Andreas Pinkert Das geplante Aufstellen eines Spielgerätes an der Bernburger Straße in Calbe stößt auf Ablehnung. Schwarz/Calbe l Tischdecken, frische Blumen, Kaffeegedeck, Kekse: Ortsbürgermeister Manfred Grimm (Ehefrau Renate bereitet im Hintergrund vor) sorgt bei den Sitzungen im Bürgerhaus stets für eine gemütliche Atmosphäre. So auch am Donnerstag. Da hatte die ALC/SPD-Fraktion des Calbenser Stadtrates am späten Nachmittag zu ihrer zweiten Bürgersprechstunde eingeladen. Als einziger Gast erscheint der Calbenser Horst Kober, selbst ehemaliger Stadtrat und Ausschussvorsitzender für die CDU/FDP-Fraktion. Wahrscheinlich lockt das hochsommerliche Wetter mehr als die Veranstaltung, in der kommunalpolitische Belange zur Diskussion kommen. „Wir hatten mit mehr Gästen gerechnet“, sagt Fraktionschef Mario Kannegießer, denn: Im Frühjahr folgten deutlich mehr Interessenten der Einladung ins Hotel „Zu...

CarontePass: Open Access Control For Your Hackerspace

A problem faced by all collaborative working spaces as they grow is that of access control. How can you give your membership secure access to the space without the cost and inconvenience of having a keyholder on site at all times. [Torehc] is working on solving this problem with his CarontePass RFID access system, at the Kreitek Makerspace (Spanish, Google Translate link) in Tenerife, Canary Islands. Each door has a client with RFID readers, either a Raspberry Pi or an ESP8266, which  connects via WiFi to a Raspberry Pi 2 server running a Django-based REST API. This server has access to a database of paid-up members and their RFID keys, so can issue the command to the client to unlock the door. The system also supports the Telegram messaging service, and so can be queried as to whether the space is open and how many members are in at a particular time. All the project’s resources are available on its GitHub repository, and there is a project blog (Spanish, Google Translate link) with more details. This is a project that is still in active development, and [Torehc] admits that its security needs more work so is busy implementing HTTPS and better access security. As far as we can...

While there may have been a few pretenders to the throne over the course of the

While there may have been a few pretenders to the throne over the course of the last few years, when it comes to the so-called dad sneaker, there’s one label that reigns supreme: New Balance. The American footwear brand first launched its 990 series in 1982, and since then, it’s become the de facto kick for everyone from dads in Ohio to supermodels in London, according to its latest campaign for the new 990v5 silhouette.   The sneaker didn’t just happen by accident though – in fact, it was 76 years in the making. The first 990 featured a thick moulded midsole for support, a grey suede upper paralleled with mesh and 3M accents – all initially created for performance. However, as it evolved, the sneaker drew interest from dads everywhere. The shoe was also the first to break the triple-figure $ mark (priced at $100); really, the first high fashion shoe to pave the way for the masses that later followed.  “The New Balance 990 is probably the most recognised dad shoe, and more specifically the 990v4 which stole the limelight over the last couple of years,” says Robert Stewart, who co-started Instagram account @newbalance_gallery with Thomas Lindie; the biggest online community for ...

All 2,493 items targeted by China’s tariffs in US trade war — Quartz

China’s latest tariff retaliation, announced today, will hit some $60 billion in US exports, including hundreds of agricultural, mining, and manufactured products, threatening jobs and profits at companies around the United States.  Before the trade war starts in earnest, China bought about 17% of US agricultural exports and was a major market for other goods, from Maine lobster to Boeing aircraft. It has been the largest market for Apple iPhones since 2016. Since the escalation of tariffs, though, China has stopped buying soybeans and lobsters, and Apple warned it would miss its expected Christmas holiday sales figures because of trade tensions. In addition to the 25% tariffs below, Beijing also added 20% tariffs on 1,078 US products, 10% tariffs on 974 US products, and 5% tariffs on 595 US products (all links in Chinese). The list was translated from China’s ministry of finance press release using Google translate, and may be inexact in spots. Quartz also rearranged some items on the list to group them into categories, and they may not be in the order of their “harmonized tariff schedule” codes.  Fiber Laser Cutting Machine, Laser Engraving Machine, CNC Router – Ruijie,...