New York City cams (cont.)

I tend to notice those things since I order the janitorial supplies from an online site for the company I work for. I particularly approved of the multifold paper towels they used in their dispensers. There are all types of multi-fold paper for hand wipe dispensaries ranging from premium multi-fold paper towels to affordable, eco-friendly boardwalk brown hand towel constructed from 65% post-consumer, 35% pre-consumer waste fiber and other recycled contents. The Empire State Building looks as if they use an economical white recycled multifold paper towels.

Another web-cam is located in the heart of Times Square, a major commercial intersection filled with the blazing neon lights of hundreds of flashy signs at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue. Times Square is not only famous for its amazing lights and advertising at the southern end of it, but it is also famous for its sea of people awaiting the ball drop on New Year’s Eve, every single year. The millennium celebration on December 31, 1999 attracted approximately two million people in Times Square, making it the largest gathering in Times Square since August 1945 when there were huge celebrations marking the end of World War II.

Last but not least, we cannot discuss web-cams in New-York City without mentioning Statue of Liberty. It is an iconic symbol of freedom throughout the world. For many years it was one of the first glimpses of the United States for millions of immigrants and visitors after ocean voyages from around the world. Designed by French sculptor Frederic Bartholdi in 1886,the Statue of Liberty was a gift from France to mark the Centennial of the American Declaration of Independence. This web-cam is located on the Statue of Liberty in New York harbor.

New York is a very large city but again if you have an eye for this type of thing you do not have to look very hard to locate the web cams. Documenting much that happens within the city, they are literally everywhere. There are views from web cams of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, the impressive One World Trade Center and the city skyline of lower Manhattan, to web cam views of the George Washington Bridge, the Statue of Liberty and the Hudson River. There are streaming cams of New York City’s 5th Avenue and of their beautiful Central Park. Uptown, mid town, down town, you can see all of New York City via web cams.

In this day and age it is best to think twice before any illegal or illicit activity in public places because anyone with a mind to do so can easily track your actions. It is believed that moving into the future this technology may play a significant role in protecting the public. For now it is still being developed for practical use.