Website Designer NYC Crafts Results Driven Solutions for Online Success

New York, NY – Nov 24, 2020 – A website performs a variety of functions. In many instances it’s the first contact that potential customers have with a business and the experience must be memorable. Website Designer NYC specializes in building large scale custom networking sites and creative mobile apps that are result oriented.

Website Designer NYC maintains a senior engineering team with unique skill sets, combined with over 15 years of experience. A comprehensive array of services is available for businesses in fields ranging from restaurants and dating sites to financial platforms. Clients can take advantage of online chat software, telehealth platforms, and apps for artificial intelligence, logistics and telecommunications. The agency combines form and function for websites that are attractive and create a superior visitor experience.

The specialists provide websites with user-friendly interfaces that individuals can manage themselves. Clients receive help and support at every stage. The design

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Website Designer NYC Crafts Results Driven Solutions for Online Success – Press Release

New York, NY – Nov 24, 2020 – A website performs a variety of functions. In many instances it’s the first contact that potential customers have with a business and the experience must be memorable. Website Designer NYC specializes in building large scale custom networking sites and creative mobile apps that are result oriented.

Website Designer NYC maintains a senior engineering team with unique skill sets, combined with over 15 years of experience. A comprehensive array of services is available for businesses in fields ranging from restaurants and dating sites to financial platforms. Clients can take advantage of online chat software, telehealth platforms, and apps for artificial intelligence, logistics and telecommunications. The agency combines form and function for websites that are attractive and create a superior visitor experience.

The specialists provide websites with user-friendly interfaces that individuals can manage themselves. Clients receive help and support at every stage. The design

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NYC Learning to Work: Critical student programming facing $10M in cuts

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — It has been a challenge for New York City public school students to adapt to a new way of learning amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) — but the obstacles brought on by the pandemic are even larger for those who may have dropped out of high school or fallen behind in credits to graduate.

And now programs that provide a lifeline to some of these students are facing $10 million in cuts — or 25% in cuts to their overall budget this year.

The Learning to Work initiative supports several programs across the city that address the education achievement gap by financing paid internships for students, as well as partnering with community-based organizations to offer support services, in-depth job readiness, and college and career exploration activities.

It supports and finances several programs that impact students citywide and on Staten Island, including Young Adult Borough Centers (YABCs) and

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This NYC museum is auctioning off real-life spy gadgets

If you’ve ever had dreams of being a secret agent, they’ve probably involved a lot of tricky little gadgets. From James Bond to Austin Powers, spies are synonymous in pop culture with their mind-blowing (and often logic-defying) high-tech tools. Well, it turns out that real spies did in fact use plenty of sneaky, hidden tricks to assist them with their lives of espionage. (And no, we’re not talking about the martinis.)

KGB Espionage Museum, a relatively new institution located in Chelsea, is now making an impressive array of those types of objects available to purchase via auction. The museum, which was forced to close due to the pandemic, is now putting its collection up for sale. 

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Photograph: Courtesy Julien’s Auctions

“Julien’s Auctions is proud to present the largest collection of rare and important artifacts from Cold War era history ever to be assembled at auction,” said Darren Julien, President/Chief Executive

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The best cities for tech workers to move to, outside SF and NYC

  • Moving to San Francisco or New York was once a given if you worked for a big tech company, or were a founder looking to tap into engineering talent and venture capital funding.
  • Now, though, as companies big and small embrace more permanent work-from-home policies, people are leaving these two hubs, which are notorious for their expensive real estate prices.
  • But what are the best places for tech employees and companies to relocate to? 
  • Silicon Valley Bank says Raleigh, North California. Take a look below at its full list, which takes into consideration factors like cost of living, taxes, and access to talent.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Once upon a time, moving to San Francisco or New York was almost a given if you wanted to work for a big tech company, or if you were a founder looking to tap into a vast pool of engineering

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77,000 NYC students struggle without tablets, internet for remote learning

NEW YORK CITY — City leaders, parents and students gathered outside of Department of Education headquarters Sunday, calling on the city’s top educators to end the digital divide among New York City public schools students after recently released data shows 77,000 students in public housing and shelters don’t have the technology or WiFi needed for remote learning.

Lorna Lighter, a Brooklyn mother of three, was at the rally. She questioned why two of her children don’t have tablets and asked why they’re being left behind. Lighter said she has been asking DOE staff for help since schools pivoted to remote learning back in March.

“It’s hard when you go to the system and talk to people and they look at you like you stupid,” she said. “I’m not stupid. I have an education. I fought the waters to get an education. I want my children to have an education.”

Councilman

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A NYC Museum All About What You Don’t Get To See

Most people would be lying if they said they’ve never fantasized about being a spy. The thrill of stealing the secrets of somebody else and getting out undetected is a rush that everyone dreams of feeling. Now in the Big Apple, on the West Side, there’s a way to get that same adrenaline boost but without the danger of being caught.

Enter SPYSCAPE, an interactive museum that teaches visitors the history of espionage from World War 2 onwards. The museum has actually been around for about two years, but as with almost all tourist attractions in the city, Covid-19 shuttered its doors. Now reopened, this blue-and-white-hued treasure trove of secrets is keeping its patrons safe with some innovative Covid safety precautions.

“We’re trying to make the experience as hands-free as possible,” explained Stuart Neal, Director of Operations at

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