Domestic Engineering and the Journal of Mechanical Contracting

Domestic Engineering and the Journal of Mechanical Contracting

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Domestic Engineering And The Journal Of Mechanical Contracting Volume 26 Issue 5

Domestic Engineering And The Journal Of Mechanical Contracting  Volume 26  Issue 5

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Domestic Engineering And The Journal Of Mechanical Contracting Volume 68 Issue 2

Domestic Engineering And The Journal Of Mechanical Contracting  Volume 68  Issue 2

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Domestic Engineering and the Journal of Mechanical Contracting

Domestic Engineering and the Journal of Mechanical Contracting

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Publisher: Nabu Press

ISBN: 1246273748

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Domestic Engineering And The Journal Of Mechanical Contracting Volume 52 Issue 12

Domestic Engineering And The Journal Of Mechanical Contracting  Volume 52  Issue 12

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Domestic Engineering and the Journal of Mechanical Contracting Volume 28 Issue

Domestic Engineering and the Journal of Mechanical Contracting  Volume 28  Issue

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Publisher: Nabu Press

ISBN: 1246297728

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Domestic Engineering and the Journal of Mechanical Contracting

Domestic Engineering and the Journal of Mechanical Contracting

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ISBN: UIUC:30112008457886

Category: Air conditioning

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Velodrome Racing and the Rise of the Motorcycle

Velodrome Racing and the Rise of the Motorcycle

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Monthly Journal, December 1896. Bulletin
de La Societe Internationale des ... Domestic Engineering and the Journal of
Mechanical Contracting, Vol. 96, 1921. Education Magazine, Vol. XXII, No.

Author: R.K. Keating

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476641607

Category: Sports & Recreation

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A hybrid machine--powered at times by steam, electricity or internal combustion--the motorcycle in its infancy was an innovation to help bicycle racers go faster. As motor age technology advanced, the quest for greater speed at the velodrome peaked, with riders reaching speeds up to 100 kph on bikes and trikes without brakes, suspensions or gear boxes. This book chronicles the individuals and events at the turn of the 20th century that led to the development of motor-powered two-wheelers.
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Power Button

Power Button

Watrous, “Push the Button and We Do the Rest,” Domestic Engineering and the
Journal of Mechanical Contracting 51, no. 13 (1910): 9. 52. Forbes MFG, “Push
the Button,” Hopkinsville Kentuckian, February 18, 1913: 8. 53. Royal Easy
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Author: Rachel Plotnick

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262347518

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Push a button and turn on the television; tap a button and get a ride; click a button and “like” something. The touch of a finger can set an appliance, a car, or a system in motion, even if the user doesn't understand the underlying mechanisms or algorithms. How did buttons become so ubiquitous? Why do people love them, loathe them, and fear them? In Power Button, Rachel Plotnick traces the origins of today's push-button society by examining how buttons have been made, distributed, used, rejected, and refashioned throughout history. Focusing on the period between 1880 and 1925, when “technologies of the hand” proliferated (including typewriters, telegraphs, and fingerprinting), Plotnick describes the ways that button pushing became a means for digital command, which promised effortless, discreet, and fool-proof control. Emphasizing the doubly digital nature of button pushing—as an act of the finger and a binary activity (on/off, up/down)—Plotnick suggests that the tenets of precomputational digital command anticipate contemporary ideas of computer users. Plotnick discusses the uses of early push buttons to call servants, and the growing tensions between those who work with their hands and those who command with their fingers; automation as “automagic,” enabling command at a distance; instant gratification, and the victory of light over darkness; and early twentieth-century imaginings of a future push-button culture. Push buttons, Plotnick tells us, have demonstrated remarkable staying power, despite efforts to cast button pushers as lazy, privileged, and even dangerous.
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American Fair Trade

American Fair Trade

“The Lockwood Housing Investigation in New York City.” Domestic Engineering
and the Journal of Mechanical Contracting 94 (February 1921): 364–5. Lorwin,
Lewis. Advisory Economic Councils. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1931
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Author: Laura Phillips Sawyer

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108546942

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Rather than viewing the history of American capitalism as the unassailable ascent of large-scale corporations and free competition, American Fair Trade argues that trade associations of independent proprietors lobbied and litigated to reshape competition policy to their benefit. At the turn of the twentieth century, this widespread fair trade movement borrowed from progressive law and economics, demonstrating a persistent concern with market fairness - not only fair prices for consumers but also fair competition among businesses. Proponents of fair trade collaborated with regulators to create codes of fair competition and influenced the administrative state's public-private approach to market regulation. New Deal partnerships in planning borrowed from those efforts to manage competitive markets, yet ultimately discredited the fair trade model by mandating economy-wide trade rules that sharply reduced competition. Laura Phillips Sawyer analyzes how these efforts to reconcile the American tradition of a well-regulated society with the legacy of Gilded Age of laissez-faire capitalism produced the modern American regulatory state.
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Construction Review

Construction Review

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Issues for 1955 accompanied by supplement: Construction volume and costs, 1915-1954.
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Architecture Building Materials and Engineering Management IV

Architecture  Building Materials and Engineering Management IV

Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the 2014 International Conference on Civil, Architechture and Building Materials (CEABM 2014), May 24-25, 2014, Haikou, China.

Author: Chao He Chen

Publisher: Trans Tech Publications Ltd

ISBN: 9783038265498

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the 2014 International Conference on Civil, Architechture and Building Materials (CEABM 2014), May 24-25, 2014, Haikou, China. The 548 papers are grouped as follows: Chapter 1: City and Building Planning, Architectural Design and Its Theory, Chapter 2: Urban Planning and Design, Chapter 3: Landscape Planning and Design, Chapter 4: Environmental Architecture Research, Chapter 5: Ecological Architecture, Chapter 6: Traditional Construction Materials Research, Chapter 7: Advanced Construction Materials Research, Chapter 8: Building Science and Technology, Chapter 9: Monitoring and Control of Quality Engineering, Chapter 10: Project Management in Building and Construction Management, Chapter 11: Management Research, Chapter 12: Engineering Education
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The History Present State and Future of Information Technology

The History  Present State  and Future of Information Technology

In Parts II and III, constituting nearly half of the book, Targowski provides what I would describe as an in-depth case study of the challenges and successes of informatics in Poland.

Author: Andrew Targowski

Publisher: Informing Science

ISBN: 9781681100029

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In Part I, Prof. Targowski takes us through the evolution of modern computing and information systems. While much of this material is familiar to those of us who have lived through these developments, it would definitely not be familiar to our children or our students. He also introduces a perspective that I found both refreshing and useful: looking at the evolution on a country by country basis. For those of us who live in the U.S., it is all too easy to imagine that evolution to be a purely local phenomenon. I found my appreciation of the truly global nature of computing expanding as he walked me through each country’s contributions. In Parts II and III, constituting nearly half of the book, Targowski provides what I would describe as an in-depth case study of the challenges and successes of informatics in Poland. As he tells each story—many of which involved him personally—the reader cannot help but better understand the close relationship between the freedoms that we in the west take for granted and the ability to produce innovations in IT. Even after Poland left the orbit of the former Soviet Union, the remaining vestiges of the old way of thinking remained a major impediment to progress. Being right and being rigorous were far less important than being in tune with the “approved” ways of thinking. There are important lessons to be learned here, particularly as we try to project how IT will evolve in rapidly developing economies such as China. But, from my experience, they apply equally well to western academia, where moving outside of preferred values and patterns of research can lead a scholar to be ignored or even disparaged. In Part IV, Targowski presents a bold, forward-looking synthesis of informatics and informing science in the future. Building upon articles recently published in Informing Science: The International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline, he presents a conceptual scheme of historical informing waves that builds upon historians such as Toynbee. He then considers how these trends will necessarily force us to rethink how we develop and apply IT. He does not steer away from the controversial. But he also provides cogent arguments for all his predictions and recommendations.
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