February 17, 2018

After Sandy: 5 Reasons to Go to Atlantic City Now

Atlantic City's been having a tough go lately, but we think that now is the time to hit the boardwalk—you'll find great hotel deals, the food's still top notch, and who doesn't need a spa day? Fodor's Travel News … [Read more...]

BC Hydro warns contractors looking to help with Superstorm Sandy

BC Hydro is trying to make sure line contractors aren't leaving the province high and dry during storm season. In letter BC Hydro warns contractors of fines, and quote 'difficulty in obtaining future work", if they don't meet deadlines and responsibilities here in order to leave to help with Superstorm Sandy clean up efforts in the U.S. Hydro … [Read more...]

After Hurricane Sandy: Travel Update

In the days since Hurricane Sandy slammed into the Mid-Atlantic coast, travel infrastructures have been slowly but surely gaining ground on recovery. Here's an update on air and rail. Fodor's Travel News … [Read more...]

After Hurricane Sandy: NYC Hotel Update

The hotel situation in New York City is a tricky one right now, with many properties hosting displaced families as well as incoming Marathoners. Here's an update on hotels in NYC post-Sandy. Fodor's Travel News … [Read more...]

Hurricane Sandy heads for New York City

Hurricane Sandy is closing in on the U-S Mid-Atlantic coast, and has already left most of the empty streets of Atlantic City, New Jersey under water. Subways and schools are closed across a region of 50 million people and thousands have fled inland to wait out the storm. CKNW meteorlogist Mark Madryga says the storm makes landfall tonight. "And … [Read more...]

Shuttle rolls out bantam XH61 barebones PC, dares you to throw a Sandy Bridge at it

It's been a hot minute since we've seen anything compelling from the folks at Shuttle, but there's nothing like a Sandy Bridge-enabled, three-liter PC to get us back on the bandwagon. The XH61 is barely seven centimeters high, and supports second-generation Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors for the LGA1155 socket. You'll get a pair of memory … [Read more...]