I thought about Neil Armstrong when I saw this. R.I.P. to a true hero.
A few months before I graduated from high school, in 1966, my World Literature teacher assigned a book report that would change my life. We could read any book we desired, from any author, on any subject and write a report on it. The score on the report was a major part of our final grade for the period.…
Here is a look at my union, the IBEW.
There are many I-beams where I work. The I-beams with the criss-cross patterns have replaced the older, riveted lattice beams. The newer beams are stronger and mimic the look of the original beams.
We have all done it at sometime or another. We have packed up our belongings and with the help of a few friends, if we are lucky, or a professional moving company, if we can afford it, relocated ourselves and our family to another residence. A houseful of items is one thing, but what if…
I took this photo with my iPhone for the Sunday Post: From a Distance challenge.
Choices, not chance, determine our destiny. Here are 4 graduates of Georgia Tech who are making an impact in the world of Humanitarian Aid. Their company, T.O.H.L., has developed a cost-effective method of delivering water over large distances and varied terrain faster than current methods. This video illustrates the potential of their invention:
I took this photograph at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
This week’s photo challenge is about documenting urban living space and how people adapt their environment to certain needs and vice versa. Here is my entry:
Who doesn’t like a Happy Face?