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Today’s Robocop in London [Infographic]

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The face of modern policing: This picture shows the specialist combat gear worn by the armed police units responding to the siege in central London yesterday

The face of modern policing: This picture shows the specialist combat gear worn by the armed police units responding to the siege in central London yesterday

Bristling with guns, his face masked, a police officer moves in on a suspected suicide bomber.

Just 91 days away from the start of the Olympics, the dramatic scene gave a foretaste of what can be expected this summer after a man threatened to blow himself up in a busy office block.

Thousands were evacuated, Tube stations were closed and streets locked down over a wide area of London’s West End.

Snipers, bomb disposal squads, nuclear biological and chemical warfare specialists and dozens of armed police were scrambled to the building on Tottenham scrambled to an office block on Tottenham Court Road, one of the city’s busiest shopping streets. […]

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April 28, 2012 at 13:22

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The Best and Worst Hotels for Wi-Fi, 2012 Edition [Infographic]

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Great analysis, credible and good presentation.

Coincidentally, I’ve posted on this issue recently on my primary blog:

  • A cure for hotel wifi frustrations with Connectify – April 15
  • The value of free internet – April 4
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    April 18, 2012 at 18:04

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    WordPress: A Global Phenomenon [Infographic] | Yoast

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    Nicely done presentation of some terrific data.

    Written by nevilleh

    April 16, 2012 at 21:17

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    Digital Britain vs Digital Europe [Infographic]

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    […] UK are the most prolific online shoppers, but a relatively small proportion of British businesses are set up to take advantage of online trade.

    Good progress but still a long road to walk.

    Written by nevilleh

    April 16, 2012 at 7:48

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