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Most machines several years ago cost tens of thousands and were sold primarily to architects and engineers. Cheaper commercial self-assembly kits now go for about $1,100.
Treasures From the Archives of the Imprimerie Nationale. (It ceased being Royale in 1789, as did everything else in France.) This is the first time these exquisite artifacts have been shown outside France, said H. George Fletcher, a club member who
I saw that thin pile of brackets at reception and that's when it really hit me how much we've downsized," said project coordinator Daryl Kedzie, who then began listing off names of former colleagues who have lost their jobs since the recession. "Let'
The best web and mobile typefaces of 2011 are December 22, 2011 Jolie O'Dell In our yearly roundups of what was awesome and what sucked about 2011, we cannot overlook one of our favorite verticals for nerding out: typography. The past year has
Sherman sent a message to President Lincoln notifying him that he had captured the city of Savannah, Ga., thereby completing his 300-mile "March to the Sea" that had begun in Atlanta the month before...December 22 This word has appeared in 88 New
Go the F k to Sleep," Adam Mansbach, Ricardo Cortes (Illus.)...Crown, $26. -- Indie Bestsellers First published on December 18, 2011 at 12:00
Well, if Forbes columnist Gene Marks was hoping for close to half a million page views and thousands of comments and slams this was one way to do it. In a post titled If I was a poor black kid ," the self-described short, balding and mediocre public
That was the first step toward "Alphabet Denver: A GPS Alphabet Hunt Book," Migaki's clever compilation that shows what puts the B in a building lobby and the U in an amusement park. "The first thing that popped out was the L at the Tabor Center,"
How many times have you had the conversation about how difficult it is to express irony in e-mails? About how difficult it is to convey tone of voice in a short text? How many apologies have been made for incendiary tweets whose sarcastic intent was
Fontgate Lily Asquith on the biggest controversy surrounding yesterday's results from the LHC We have a large windowless meeting room at Argonne with an old-fashioned pull-down projector screen...There stands Fabiola Gianotti, our queen, looking