30 Days of gratitude- Day 8
Today I am grateful for technology. I have learnt so much via the internet. I can be contacted or contact somebody via the mobile phone any time of the day and nearly anywhere (depending on coverage) and don't need to carry much cash on me just my debit/credit card. I think back to when I was a teenager and there was no such thing as a mobile phone, the internet, ATM machines, ipods, how things have changed in a rather short period of time.
Rare Color Photographs of Women at Work During WW2
When millions of men joined the armed forces, women had to replace them by taking jobs that previously had been held by men - such as bank teller, shoe salesperson or even aircraft mechanic. Woman started working in factories – this was called the “Rosie the Riveter” phenomenon.These photos had to lure young women into the factories by showing women workers as glamorous and even fashionable.
Cole Thompson : “Grain Silos” (Photography)
:: Grain Silos: Enduring Giants, Created by Man :: Grain Silo Detail No 55 Larimer County, CO Photograph 2007 Grain Silo Detail No 51 Fort Collins, CO Photograph 2007 Grain Silo Detail No 57 Larime…
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Why America Needs a National Manufacturing Strategy
American manufacturers will increasingly find themselves at a disadvantage in international markets against establishments from countries backed by effective national strategies designed to give their companies an edge.