Blog Posts - Industrial Revolution



Fossil Factories

For me, the most haunted place in Salem is not a cemetery or anything to do with the Witch Trials (though it is quite near Harmony Grove Cemetery and Gallows Hill): it is Blubber Hollow, a site of intensive manufacturing and industrial activities fro...
by streets of salem on May 16, 2016

Fossil Factories

For me, the most haunted place in Salem is not a cemetery or anything to do with the Witch Trials (though it is quite near Harmony Grove Cemetery and Gallows Hill): it is Blubber Hollow, a site of intensive manufacturing and industrial activities fro...
by streets of salem on May 16, 2016

Industrial Revolution: relevant word list

Palabras del GlosarioMíralo aquí...
by SS-CCSS on Feb 14, 2016

Revolución Industrial (Para Todos la 2, 20140409, RTVE)

La revolución industrial...
by SS-CCSS on Jan 11, 2016

British Agricultural Revolution & Enclosure movement (by Tom Richey)

Agrarian Change in Britain (1650-1800)...
by SS-CCSS on Jan 11, 2016

Shipmates

Ghosts have a way of persisting. I’ve had Valerie Martin’s The Ghost of the Mary Celeste on my reading list since I first saw it in hardcover on a bookstore shelf. The Mary Celeste was an actual ship, found with … Continue reading →...

Rethink PLM for the next industrial revolution

The last decade changed many things in our everyday life. It is hard to imagine, but just think about few examples. We printed driving directions from MapQuest just about 10 years ago. Your 17 years old kids grown up without tablets and YouTube. Our...
by Daily PLM Think Tank on Apr 28, 2015

Revolución Industrial

un pequeño juego para comprobar qué se de la revolución industrial...
by SS-CCSS on Feb 2, 2015

Industrial Revolution

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by SS-CCSS on Feb 2, 2015

Revolución Industrial (Presentación por Paulina Castro)

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by SS-CCSS on Jan 10, 2015

Workhouses: social consequences of Industrial Revolution (by New Documentary, 2014)

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by SS-CCSS on Dec 24, 2014

Industrial Revolution (Crash Course World History, 32. By John Green, 2012)

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by SS-CCSS on Dec 24, 2014

NANO-MATERIALS IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION (PART 2)

Part 1 Here Nanotechnology and concrete Research on concrete abounds. As we know, concrete is a composite mixture of sand, gravel and a hydraulic binder, usually Portland cement. The addition of water triggers the chemical reaction (hydration) and th...

Will future PLM order parts for makers?

Have you heard about "makers"? If you are in manufacturing business, you probably should pay attention to that. You may hear about "makers movement" these days as a new industrial revolution changing the way people are making stuff. I...
by Daily PLM Think Tank on Sep 9, 2014

Ozymandias

 Every ruin is a reminder that all things are destined for oblivion.I am both artist  and historian; painting amidst the detritus of the industrial past, walking under rusty girders in the shadow of toppled giants. 'Unde...
by Industrial Revelation on Jul 18, 2014

In English: ''Artefacto is a mixture of baroque tradition, love of nature led to its limits, and celebrity human traits; always with a burlesque twist and exaggerated so characteristic of this pair of artists''

The phrase that is exposed at the top of this post can serve as abstract art created by Franco Donati Rosario, Argentina, 1979) and Santi Carbonari (Rosario, Argentina, 1983), belonging to the duo Artefacto (Artifact in English), since that work toge...

Deleaded

Like many northeastern cities, large and small, that flourished during the Industrial Revolution, Salem is still wearing the scars of its productive past: there are decaying tanneries, free-standing chimneys, and ramshackle warehouses in close proxim...
by streets of salem on May 14, 2014

Dunfermline, Scotland – Birthplace of Andrew Carnegie

While visiting Dunfermline we discovered the Andrew Carnegie Museum which was built around the humble cottage where Carnegie was born. The story of his youth makes his rise to become the richest man in the world* all the more intriguing. In addition...
by applecore on Sep 1, 2013

Stanley Mills – 200 Years of Textile Production

Just seven miles north of Perth is the village of Stanley, a town that was originally built to house mill workers in the late 1700’s. At the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, workers were drawn from farm labor to factory work. It was often the wom...
by applecore on Aug 27, 2013

THE FUTURE IS HERE – “El Futuro está Aquí” inaugura, este mes, en el Design Museum (Londres)

24 July – 03 November THE FUTURE IS HERE: A NEW INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (El Futuro está aquí: Una Nueva Revolución Industrial) Want to know your additive manufacturing from your 3d printing, and find... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my...
by ArquitecturaS on Jul 4, 2013


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