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By: Laura Parker, GameSpot AU - Posted on February 14, 2011 Two years ago, Swedish games programmer Markus Persson walked out of the development studio where he'd spent the last four years of his
Each city or county has different building standards and requirements that should be followed for various types of hardscape and/or building wall projects. Please refer to your local building
Today, Toyota is considered in a dead-heat with General Motors for the biggest annual sales on the planet, and the Toyota Prius is one of the top-selling cars and one of the best at retaining
The progress on the retaining walls and front entrances is highlighted; how the arches for the front of the house are being made; a decorative marble fireplace surround and mantel are installed
PALO ALTO, Calif.--For a man a few months away from leaving his job, Bill Gates has a lot on his mind. The Microsoft chairman is looking ahead to the time later this year when he will be focused
Virtual Desktop Integration is a sweeping trend with tangible results. It's not without a few pitfalls as well, however. Learn some mistakes to avoid in your VDI implementation.
The Electoral Issue: Beginning in Tunisia in 2010, a wave of protests swept across the Middle East and North Africa, toppling entrenched leaders in some countries and leading to bloody, protracted
Laguna Beach is about 50 miles southeast of Los Angeles. Homes in the area, called Blue Bird Canyon and about 15 blocks from the ocean, are worth about $1.75 million, which the mayor described as
But removing the debris that is underground is a logistical and engineering dilemma. When the Trade Center complex was built 30 years ago, an enormous retaining wall, called a slurry wall, was
The Decline and Fall of the American Empire Updated on: December 6, 2010 / 11:29 AM / CBS Alfred W. McCoy is professor of history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
A source at a construction company tells WCBS-TV Reporter Andrew Kirtzman that an engineering firm hired to evaluate the wall called his company last week to take a look and put in a bid on the job.
Workers digging into rubble of the World Trade Center have discovered a 90-foot gap in the retaining wall that keeps the Hudson River at bay, but there was no imminent danger of collapse or flood.