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Category:Windows audio softwarelocal plyr
local plyr = require “kong.plugins.stdout”
local _M = plyr.M
local function log (kong, self, data, field, tag, host, id, ptr, size, user, time, level, msg)
local type = tostring(type(data))
local fmt = “[%s] ”
local t = type
if type == “string” then
fmt = “[%s %s]”
if type == “number” then
fmt = “[%s] %d”
local color = “cyan”
if id then
color = “red”
if tag then
color = “bold magenta”
local log = plyr.V
if host then
log(level, host, fmt.. “: “.. color.. “[%s] “.. tag.. ” “.. “> %s
log(level, fmt.. “: “.. color.. “[%s] “.. tag.. ” “.. “> %s
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Category:Windows-only freewareA horse-drawn carriage tours the West Village, New York City, on Sunday, May 4, 2015.
Hong Kong has a cherished reputation for its shopping and style, but one iconic building doesn’t look like much. It’s a domed structure more than 10 stories tall and covered in small, attached cubes.
This building, also called Tai Cheong Hong Kong, was completed in 1969 and was designed to handle the water that would flood the city when the nearby harbor was expanded. As the waters rose, the city would evacuate its residents and then use the building’s reinforced concrete walls to build up in the reclaimed land.
“This was a signal that New York was rebuilding and the city was going to survive,” said architect Fernando Pecha, who designed this building during the city’s resurgence in the 1960s. “People have not only survived this crisis, they’ve thrived.”
The city’s future now rests in the hands of the Long-Term New York Development Plan, a blueprint that will determine what buildings can be built in neighborhoods that will be underwater as sea levels rise.
So this building is still a bit of a work in progress. It has moved several times since it was first built. The cube-shaped top blew off during Hurricane Sandy, and a solid concrete base was poured only to make way for an underground parking garage.
And then the government wanted more office space. The project that the International Finance Center is part of was designed to connect to a futuristic office tower. Today’s structure is made of three parts.
“The whole point of building this really strong, protected structure around this core was to take the water pressure off of that,” said architect Fernando Pecha, who designed this building during the city’s resurgence in the 1960s.
But that core is now too low to the ground for the new building. Pecha said that the new plan will make a full determination about whether that will be moved