Sunday Jul 27
Water, Water Everywhere, but None to Drink
We know fossil fuels are finite, so they'll end someday. But we assume water is infinite, and we reuse it time and time again.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Pristine Bay offers second-home designs on Roatan in Caribbean
On a small island in the Caribbean, a new paradise destination has opened, with summer homes taking shape on the oceanfront, surrounded by a deep-green golf course and tree-covered hills in the background.
Career in law: The complete guide to legal jobs
Of late, legal or law has become a thriving career option. With promising new career options getting discovered and newer laws being formulated in India, there has been a rise in the number of legal jobs throughout the country.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Protect the airport from encroachment
Recent actions by various boards and commissions concerning the future of the Stafford Regional Airport have been very encouraging to this writer.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Payvand News of Iran
Iranian Human Rights Defenders Voice Support for Nuclear Talks
The talks in Vienna over Iran's nuclear program will likely continue past the July 20 deadline for reaching a final deal.
Read Dawn French's intimate letter to an unknown soldier for WW1 memorial
The TV star is the latest celebrity to write to an unknown soldier, she joins Joanna Lumley, David Cameron and Stephen Fry as we celebrate the Great War's anniversary She joins more than 12,000 people who have already contributed to the memorial, which is inspired by Charles Sargeant Jagger's statue of a soldier reading a letter on Platform One at ... (more)
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Refrigerated & Frozen Foods
Dairy Processors Bring Bold Offerings to Restaurant Kitchens
It used to be that cheese was plain and simple. Mild cheddar was the go-to option, but that's about to change.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Batch Cooling: Speed Up Cycle Time
THIS MONTH'S PUZZLER We manufacture product in a 4,000-gal reactor operated at 150 psig that has a conventional steam-heated jacket.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Council passes new laws regulating false alarms, parking spaces
Under the new false alarm rules, the first two false fire alarms at a building wouldn't cost the owner anything, but the city would fine the owner $250 for the third and fourth false alarms, $500 for the fifth and $1,000 for the sixth or more.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Leeanna M. Rossi: Memorial would honor sacrifice of Gulf War veterans
Operation Desert Shield/Storm occurred in the early 1990s and involved a multi-national defense force in Kuwait and Iraq.
US drone flights hit technical & military turbulence
Government efforts to get civilian and commercial drones off the ground in the US suffer setbacks due to technical issues and coordination with defense officials.
San Fran & San Jose launch Wi-fi network to rival cellular
It seems that two Bay Area [USA] cities - San Francisco and San Jose, have decided to create the world's largest municipal deployment of Hotspot 2.0 technology.