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Power Unlimited started in June 1993 in Bjørn Bruinsma's basement as a new label of VNU Business Publications. With VNU's other labels being primarily free business magazines, a gaming magazine was considered a big risk that lacked a real audience. That's why they decided to start it up in Bjørn Bruinsma's basement. VNU started out with only freelance editors. One year later, the concept had proven itself worthy, and an Editor in Chief and Final Editor were employed. Since that first year, Power Unlimited has become the biggest gaming magazine of the Benelux countries.




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When the magazine started in 1993, it started in the basement of the home of Bjørn Bruinsma. He was responsible for negotiating with legal and grey-area game importers, advertising and production, before VNU Media decided it was good enough to publish internally. The editorial team consisted of Bjørn Bruinsma (who wrote more than 80% of the first issue), Kees de Koning, Michael Schaeffer, Ben de Dood. David Lemereis and Adam Eeuwens. The publisher at VNU Media was Matt Heffels.


Improved business for developers. No two homeowners think alike. Each of us is a unique combination of learning styles. Some people respond better to video, but they can also comprehend the written word well. Others learn best through face-to-face conversation. Multiple visualization tools appeal to a broader spectrum of learning styles, meaning more people will want to buy your properties because they will be able to visualize them better.


For other Indianapolis businesses that present live music while serving alcoholic beverages, the health order raised questions with its mandate that bars and nightclubs be closed until at least Aug. 12. Elsewhere in the document, a 25% capacity limit is placed on "cultural, entertainment and tourism sites."


Baker said he was told businesses regularly billed as concert venues are exempt from the bar and nightclub category. Occasional music performances are not enough to make a bar or nightclub an "entertainment" site.


Meanwhile, music venues are receiving attention in Congress. U.S. Sen. Todd Young is co-sponsor of the RESTART Act, which is designed to help music venues and other small businesses. And a new bill titled Save Our Stages proposes government assistance for venues.


SiteFusion is the best-in-class CMS for creating and combining granular content components within flexible printed or digital products. Beyond that SiteFusion optimizes the entire publishing workflow to get more efficiency out of your business.


Camunda is one of the leading BPMN-based workflow engines and an enterprise platform for workflow and decision automation. With its open and scalable architecture it is the perfect basement for all the processes inside and outside of SiteFusion. Camunda comes with an own BPMN modelling tool which is used by our consultants during the requirement analysis.


The powerful REST-API of SiteFusion grants standardized and flexible connectivity of third-party systems such as ERP, CRM or DTP. As a developer you can either use our pre-defined business APIs or you can easily interact with the system by using self-created APIs.


The musician is used to hearing noises at all hours of the day around her Saanich Peninsula home, be it from the nearby Victoria International Airport or the distant drone of traffic from the Malahat. With a young child, and a home studio in the basement, quietude is a luxury on most days, Calder said.


Their existing legacy on-premises solution was proving to be too rigid to meet their evolving business needs, especially on high-traffic days, such as Black Friday, where their IT systems needed to quickly scale to meet increased customer demand.


Carrefour in Spain adopted a cloud-first approach to meet this requirement, migrating all their on-premises systems to Google Cloud Platform, developing disruptive new solutions to support business goals.Working together, we developed an ambitious blueprint, enabling them to migrate all existing platforms to the public cloud while quickly adding new capabilities to support future business requirements.


To achieve this, they adopted a cloud-first strategy. This was essential in enabling them to take advantage of the innovative culture they had built up. Leveraging the power of the cloud would allow them to minimize the cost of activating new services, align IT costs to business needs and reduce their time to market for new applications.


Among the platforms Carrefour have deployed is an SAP Hana solution that consolidates more than 100 legacy applications. This business-critical platform supports the business processes at more than 200 hypermarkets. We also deployed a new e-commerce platform based on Kubernetes containers. This new agile development process, and the adaptability of the GCP platform, provides their online sales channel with an outstanding time-to-market when rolling out new services. The business is no longer constrained by inflexible legacy infrastructure and can now scale to meet changing demands.


The tower has 24-hour security with CCTV monitoring. The dedicated maintenance staff keeps the building in pristine condition. Residents can also find a basement storage facility.


The setting is a home in Montreal, where a murder confession is played out in flashbacks. Brilliant researcher Andre Delambre (Al "David" Hedison) is found with his head crushed in a machine press, and Inspector Charas (Herbert Marshall) discovers his widow Helene (Patricia Owens) in a state of confused denial. Andre's businessman brother François (Vincent Price) knows that Helene is lying about what really happened, and tricks her into a full explanation. Andre had invented an amazing matter transmitter and was teleporting objects from one booth to another in his basement lab. Then he foolishly tried to teleport himself...


The Fly updates the creaky concept of the filmic Mad Scientist. Andre is a workaholic but also a loving husband. He works not in an isolated castle but in a tidy industrial space in the basement of his fashionable house, while his brother handles the business end of things. Instead of providing an additional menace, Vincent Price's François encourages Andre to keep working on his "flat television screen" idea. Just the same, the script opts for the easy way out. Instead of sending Andre back to engineering school, it proclaims that he meddled with things Man was not meant to know. François Delambre tells little Phillipe that his father was a lot like Columbus, an explorer in the unknown. Writer Richard Hodgens points out that, "what will be remembered is that Father was like a fly." 2


Andre Delambre's ordeal has contributed several unforgettable images to Sci-fi's gallery of greatness. The teleportations are orchestrated with a buildup of flashing lights and screeching noise. Witnesses wear dark goggles, as if watching a nuclear blast. The reveal of Andre's frightening fly's head is quite a shock, as is his compound eye POV of his wife's reaction, a pattern of dozens of screaming Helenes. The head-crushing business with the machine press accounts for more horror trauma and final scene at the spider's web is justly famous. Vincent Price, Patricia Owens and Herbert Marshall manage to pull off their unlikely scenes by taking everything seriously. The Fly earned a reputation as a shocker with a number of big scares.


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The commercial office properties in both phases will have a net leasable area of approximately 84,000 sqm, together with approximately 6,400 sqm of net leasable multi format retail space, served by 2,150 parking bays in a four level basement.


Everyone involved in design business is aware of the limitations that software packages impose when it comes to using your daily programs for work. In case of Windows and OS X you might experience some difficulties with choosing the right software for your computer and installing the right set of programs for successful operation.


The building consists of a basement floor with two commercial unit floor above it. The remaining floors are for residential purposes. The 3D model includes walls, floors, ceilings, stairs, roof structures as well as all windows and doors.


Mapletree Commercial Trust is a Singapore-focused real estate investment trust or REIT with a portfolio of income-producing office/business park and retail property assets in Singapore. The REIT's current portfolio includes five assets, namely VivoCity, Mapletree Business City (Phase One) or MBC I, PSA Building, Mapletree Anson, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch HarbourFront or MLHF, with a total Net Lettable Area or NLA of 3.8 million sq ft and a total value of S$7,350 million.


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