Cars are an especially good example of how social factors can affect and amplify the effects of innovation. I discussed in a previous post on Cassandra’s Legacy how cars became the prime marker of social status in the West with the 1950s, becoming the bloated and inefficient objects we know today. They had a remarkable effect on society, creating the gigantic suburbs of today’s cities where life without a personal car is nearly impossible. I have been approached to establish three Mercedes Benz (Truck) repair facilities in Afghanistan for use by the indigenous military force (ANA). We have already constructed various other Wksps’ for the US and UK military but they’ve always installed their own equipment (GFE).
Computer technology has helped many 10 year old children with Earth and space science projects. They have been able to obtain computer photographs and organize these with text describing the theme of the presentation. The computer allows the children to present their reports in detail, possibly with good artistic composition and features. Printed presentations, done by the computer, are usually of excellent quality. As much as the computer technology has advanced, so too has printer technology. Children today often have access to sophisticated color printers that use laser technology to produce brilliant and sharp images on paper. The days of a child drawing an ecosystem on paper with crayons are largely gone.
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Dear Sartaj I used to teach at IED when I opened the transportation Design department in 1994…I did it until 2000! Since the departement changed a bit in a way that I do not approve too much. It is a good school but too much concentrated on Photoshop and sports cars projects….I would have continued as I was successfully doing from the start in 94!
Core Design: This refers to the practice design engineers use to lighten metal. That is, a solid block of iron could be cored (lightened by removing some of the iron), so long as it doesn’t compromise the iron’s strength inside the die. The two benefits of designing a die with an intelligent core plan (many times to coring standards provided by the entity that requested the part) are iron cost efficiency and die weight sensibility.
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