Artist: Alex Markovich. MarkovichUniverse AT gmail DOT com via Illustration #2 — Alex Markovich Illustrations Check out this great picture from my friend Alex. There are a bunch of great pics on his blog thank you Alex for sharing these.
God bless the United States of America and God bless the brave men and women who protect their brothers and sisters every day.
I just wanted to share some positive vibes with y’all with hopes it starts your weekend off with some joy!
Who are you, really, underneath all the masks?
The introduction of MyMagic+ has led to more than 3,000 additional visitors per day to the Magic Kingdom, Disney’s most popular theme park.
A Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) led team has developed a simple “coat of armor” to encase small batteries, making them harmless if swallowed. Children, mainly infants and young toddlers, can ingest small batteries, leading to severe damage to their esophagus as well as other stomach tissue, sometimes even leading to death.
Distracted driving is a severe problem throughout the nation for drivers of all ages as well as cyclists, pedestrians and anyone who shares the road.
Computer chips with superconducting circuits that had zero electrical resistance would be 50 to 100 times as energy-efficient as today’s chips. This level of energy-efficiency would be a huge benefit considering the increasing power consumption of the massive data centers that power the Internet’s most popular sites. Superconducting chips will also deliver greater … Continue reading Superconducting Computer Chips with Increased Energy Efficiency
Data mapping is an essential process in data integration. In fact, data mapping is the first step in several tasks associated with data integration.
People say to live in the moment and treasure every second living, immerse and breathing in the ‘now’. via Sometimes I Forgot… — MiddleMe Here is a great article that will really make you think about the special things in your life from my friend Kally. Check out the rest of her great posts on her … Continue reading Sometimes I Forgot… — MiddleMe