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New York Public Library to expand reopening to include computer use, browsing shelves

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The New York Public Library (NYPL) will expand its services when it enters the next phase of its reopening on May 10.

In this reopening phase, library patrons will be allowed to browse shelves for a select amount of time or schedule ahead to use computers. Patrons also can access the research collections by appointment.

The Staten Island branches that will be included in this phase are Huguenot Park, New Dorp, Todt Hill-Westerleigh, Stapleton, St. George Library Center and Richmondtown. Currently, these sites only are open for grab-and-go.

As part of the reopening plan, the NYPL

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Drafter – New York, NY, US | Jobs



Apparatus

Employer:

New York, NY, USLocation:

Mon, May 3 ’21Posted on:

Full-timeType:

APPARATUS is a New York-based designer and manufacturer of a distinctive catalog of high-end, high-touch lighting, furniture and objects. We produce both in-house and with the support of high-quality external partners; our catalog is sold globally.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

  • Utilize AutoCAD to expertly reflect design concepts into drawings for construction and fabrication.
  • Ensure final designs comply with quality standards and project specifications.
  • Assist in the development of floor plans, elevations, and interior construction details.
  • Oversee the upkeep and organization of drawing files and templates.
  • Ability
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New York City Announces Extension of Free Internet-Enabled Tablets for 10,000 Older Adults in NYCHA

April 28, 2021

NEW YORK—Following last spring’s delivery of 10,000 internet-enabled tablets to older adults living alone in 288 NYCHA housing developments across all five boroughs, Mayor Bill de Blasio, Chief Technology Officer John Paul Farmer, DFTA Commissioner Lorraine Cortez-Vasquez and NYCHA Chair and CEO Greg Russ today announced the City is extending free internet service on those devices for an additional year. During the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City last spring, New York City provided 10,000 tablets to older New Yorkers who live alone in New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) developments. 

“COVID-19 has

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New York Computer Help is Now Offering a Full Insurance Protection Plan for all PC Computer Builds

Past Project – Frozen Ice Gaming Build

Each customer gets an initial complimentary 30-minute consult on designing the ultimate dream computer. Our custom PC experts not only focus on the customer’s part requirements, but the design and color scheme are also priorities.

In New York Computer Help’s 34th Street Repair Center, Idit Silverman, its owner, explains, “We have personalized the whole custom PC build experience. The industry has been selling custom PC builds, but that has been the end of interaction. No support has been provided since the purchase. Instead, customers

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What the New York City Democratic candidates for mayor say they will fix the internet

Wiley and Shaun Donovan have said they would build from the vision in the master plan. Wileys New Deal New York plan—promising $10 billion to revitalize the city—includes $2 billion for digital and physical infrastructure, pairing sewer repairs and bike lanes with broadband fiber and public Wi-Fi.

Wiley led de Blasios efforts to expand internet access as counsel to the mayor, including bringing free broadband to the Queensbridge Houses. She left in 2016, well ahead of City Hall publishing the Internet Master Plan. She continued to work on broadband issues, however, as co-director of the

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