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What is 'plan A', when is it returning and what Covid rules have changed?
Prime minister Boris Johnson announced the relaxation of " plan B" Covid-19 restrictions in the Commons on Wednesday, paving the way for a further roll-back of rules in the weeks to come.
GitHub - JustWhit3/osmanip: Library with useful output stream tools like: color and styles manipulators, progress bars and much more.
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Introduction
Here I want to present you osmanip: my personal C++ library containing useful output-stream tools to customize your output stream.
Taiwan sees sharp rise in Covid cases, posing risk to Lunar New Year
Taiwan has reported a sharp rise in Covid-19 cases with a cluster among workers at a factory threatening authorities' tenuous control of an Omicron outbreak on the eve of Lunar New Year.
Top 9 UX Trends to Watch out in 2022
As we roll into another year of new COVID variants, new social distancing rules, and constantly updating work from home rules, we caught ourselves thinking about what 2022 will look like for UX (user experience )trends.
High Speed Rail Authority Approves Environmental Docs for Burbank-to-Los Angeles Segment
Milestone clears way to move forward with planning and design
New Yorkers Can Now Enjoy Beer & Wine Inside Movie Theaters
As of Wednesday, January 19, the New York State Liquor Authority held a board meeting that led to the decision to allow movie theaters to sell beer & wine at their concessions.
Why It's Still So Complicated to Get Free Home Covid Tests
This week, nearly two full years into the on-going pandemic, the Biden Administration told Americans that they would, at long last, be given access to free, rapid COVID-19 tests a key tool in containing the spread of the virus.
Ineos faces legal challenge over plans for plastics plant in Antwerp
British petrochemicals company Ineos is facing a legal challenge over plans to build a giant plastics plant in Antwerp.
Designer's four roles in agile
It is very difficult for one single designer to master all four roles simultaneously. There need to be enough designers so that they have the time and resources to perform well.
Skyscraper near Grenfell site goes back to drawing board over fire safety fears
A second residential skyscraper is going back to the drawing board after the Guardian exposed safety fears over plans to provide only one fire escape staircase.