Donald Trump is pushing ahead with his campaign promise to build a massive border wall between the US and Mexico, disregarding criticisms about the cost and physical feasibility of the project. Despite the fact that the wall will be a massive infrastructure project, the administration seems to be in a rush to begin work as soon as possible – last week, the Department of Homeland Security issued an open call for designs - but architects have just five days to submit their proposals.
There’s won’t be a lengthy period to prepare for the open call period, either – submissions open soon, starting on March 6th and closing on March 10th.
Years ago, Songza was my music-streaming website of choice because it had so many cool ways to discover new music: by genre, by time of day, by activity, and even by mood and weather. Music discovery engines aren’t new anymore — Spotify already offers a bunch of ways to do that — but weather-based playlists still have novelty yet.
A chapel made almost entirely of timber has been completed in Finchley, north London in memory of the victims of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Designed by Spheron Architects, the Belarusian Memorial Chapel will serve the estimated 5,000 people in the UK’s Belarusian diaspora community. The chapel was prefabricated offsite from timber to follow Belarus’ wooden church tradition and to reference the mostly rural areas affected by Chernobyl radiation.
Any Windows user who works with more than one program at a time knows that your workspace can quickly become messy. Thankfully, there are all sorts of ways to control your Windows desktop to keep it from getting unruly, thanks to Windows 10’s multiple desktops and easy window snapping. If you’d like to get even more out of Windows window management, the free tool AquaSnap is for you.