Zap!, often erroneously referred to as Zap in Space, is a sci-fi webcomic currently hosted on Keenspot. The series began on 2003-07-13. At first it updated twice or sometimes three times a week. Somewhere around February 2007 it switched to updating once a week, every Monday. This seems to correspond roughly with the increased elaborateness of the graphic design. As of January 2009 it is still being updated every Monday on a very regular schedule. The comics are almost universally in color. The comic is co-authored by Chris Layfield and Pascalle Lepas. The webcomic had 557 entries as of November 21, 2011.
The plot takes place in an unspecified future. The Galactic Earth Federation, or G.E.F, has steadily grown and conquered planet after planet. They serve as the villains of the story. The story centers, however, around the captain and crew of the spaceship Excelsior—the only ship in the galaxy that actually picks its captain. As the narrative begins, the ship picks a new captain. This happens to be Zap Vexler, much to the consternation of Excelsior's crew.
Zap-Map, the UK's leading electric vehicle mapping service, has revealed the results of its annual network satisfaction study, surveying 1,500 plug-in car owners about their experience using 16 different suppliers ... 'The Zap-Map user rankings also highlight which networks urgently need to improve their charging services.
You use Zapier's web interface to create commands called zaps ... Zapier works with more than 2,000 apps and services, so there are countless triggers you can base a zap on ... Hover the mouse on the left side of the screen to see options to make a new zap, see your existing zaps, see apps and services you've connected to Zapier, and more.
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) — The MemphisFire Department has a new, innovative tool these days to fight the spread of COVID-19. The Moonbeam 3 is a portable device that uses ultraviolet light to kill the coronavirus. Memphis Fire uses it to sanitize ambulances to protect EMS crews and the patients they transport ... It zaps COVID-19 on high touch services.
The findings come from Zap-Map’s annual survey of EV owners who use the site to find charging stations nearby ... (Zap-Map) ... Dr Ben Lane, Co-founder and CTO at Zap-Map, said ... “The Zap-Map user rankings also highlight which networks urgently need to improve their charging services.
Russell Okung ‘Paid in Bitcoin’ ... However, Okung is not receiving bitcoin directly from the Panthers but through a third-party payment service called Strike, an application developed by Zap Solutions Inc., which helps people convert any percentage of their paychecks into bitcoin ... An NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy told the publication ... .
With just days before the start of 2021, many are hunting for planners, diaries and desk calendars for the new year ... Ms Fizza Bhaimeya, owner of InfinityZap and Print Services, said that while the company used to produce desk calendars for seven to eight companies annually, there were "zero" corporate orders this year ... " ....
Ms Fizza Bhaimeya, owner of InfinityZap and Print Services, said that while the company used to produce desk calendars for seven to eight companies annually, there were "totally zero orders" this year from companies. She attributed it to more staff working from home this year and hence not needing the calendars ... ST PHOTO. ONG WEE JIN ... " � ... ....
EV mapping service Zap-Map teamed up with the national disability charity Motability to find the challenges faced by disabled drivers when charging ... In its annual survey of EV owners, Zap-Map asked 2,200 people if they considered themselves to have a disability, and if so, to detail their experience of charge points.
religious services and protests ... All public and private gatherings with individuals not in your household are prohibited, except for faith-based services and protests, which are constitutionally protected rights.” ... The First Amendment doesn’t say we ONLY have the right to peaceably assemble if it’s a protest or a church service.