Guide of DESIGN SCIENCE REVOLUTION
The Panda's Thumb
Group weblog on evolutionary theory, the claims of the anti-evolution movement,
and the defence of the integrity of both science and science education.
Intelligent Design — Introduction
A discussion of why the author has rejected the theory of evolution as fact.
Revision 4, 2005-02-27 Comments on The Design Revolution added
The Design Revolution , William Dembski & Latest, comprehensive defense of ID by the new leader of the movement
Internet Modern History Sourcebook: Scientific Revolution
Primary sourcebook intended to serve the needs of teachers and students in college
survey courses in modern European history and American history.
Kuhn: Structure of Scientific Revolutions, 1962 [At BGSU] Summary of theories of an important modern theorist of the idea of scientific revolution
WEB See The Galileo Project [At Rice] for a website focused on the early scientific revolution
2ND Donald Kobe: Luther and Science [At Leader U.] Consideration of the relationship between Protestantism and the Scientific Revolution
SCIENCE AND SOCIETY - LIFE SCIENCES, NANOTECHNOLOGY, SPACE ...
Talk radio broadly focused on the life sciences, physical sciences, and planetary
and space sciences, as well as K-12 science education and the intersection ...
With timely support, Science and Society could be revived immediately, resume broadcasting, and continue our mission of promoting smart, visionary energy policy, breakthroughs in medicine, and the nanoscience revolution
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Revolution in the US Information Infrastructure
Robet E. Kahn's contribution to "Revolution in the US Information Structure",
published in 1994 by the National Academy of Sciences.
History of Technology and Work
Comprehensive article on the causes, effects, cultural origins and consequences
of the Industrial Revolution, as it began in the English textile industry.
The Cause of the Industrial Revolution By Patricia Ryaby Backer & According to Rutherford and Ahlgren (1990), the term 'Industrial Revolution' refers not to a discrete event or series of events
Rather, the Industrial Revolution was a shift in how society was organized
Ahearn (1994) argues that the difference between the Industrial Revolution and previous economic expansions was that, in the late 18th century, European societies were sufficiently advanced and able 'to overcome the negative (Malthusian) forces associated with an acceleration in population growth, that had been a break in previous centuries.' & The first changes that occurred were in the British textile industry in the nineteenth century
Causes of the Industrial Revolution The most common explanation for the cause of the Industrial Revolution was that certain technologies (the steam engine and textile technologies in particular) created a fundamental change in the way work was done
Recently, there have been other rationales given for the cause of the Industrial Revolution
The traditional, and probably most popular, view of the cause of the Industrial Revolution was that these changes took place because of one fundamental invention that many historians attribute as the foremost cause of the Industrial Revolution, the steam engine developed by James Watt
The New York Times - Breaking News, World News & Multimedia
Online edition of the newspaper's recent content with searchable archives for a
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Pandas and People - A Brief Critique
Harsh criticism of the book, including notable omissions and several detailed
examples of statements in the book that are contradicted by published scientific ...Ignoring the age of the earth while attempting to teach students natural history makes about as much sense as trying to teach American history without telling students that the American revolution began in 1775, which is to say, no sense at all
Basic vs Applied Research in Graphic Design
View a timeline of significant events from the start of the Industrial Revolution
in the 1820's to the use of web browsers in the 1990's.
Beginning of the Industrial Design : Great Britian and Germany 1820 - Industrial Revolution :: early 19th century; patternmaker = designer 1849 - Journal of Design - by Henry Cole; design should encompass more than applied ornament; knowledge of manufacturing processes and materials
It's (Not) All Been Done
Every decade or so there is a major revolution in the way software is developed.
But, unlike the object and web revolutions, the concurrency revolution can be ...
It's (Not) All Been Done It's (Not) All Been Done By Herb Sutter Every decade or so we have a major revolution in the way we develop software and the environments we develop for
But, unlike the object and web revolutions, we can see the concurrency revolution coming
At the end of 2004 in I wrote that the biggest sea change in software development since the OO revolution is knocking at the door, and its name is Concurrency. The concurrency revolution now getting underway will be as significant as the object revolution of the late 1980s and 1990s in its impact on programming languages and development tools
But, unlike the object and web revolutions, we can see the concurrency revolution coming
Every decade or so we have a major revolution in the way we develop software and the environments we develop for
Each time, we carefully navigate a turn and then accelerate down the next straightaway: We turned the corner into the structured programming revolution, then the PC revolution, then the OO revolution, then the Internet revolution
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ACM: Ubiquity - Crafting a Revolution
Interview of Aza Raskin on THE (Archy), and his father Jef. [ACM: Ubiquity]
Invitation Archives Crafting a Revolution Aza Raskin talks about The Humane Environment, his father (inventor of the Macintosh), and challenging the status quo
It is a unique thing to help craft a revolution
Berners-Lee: Weaving the Web
The original design and ultimate destiny of the World Wide Web, by its inventor,
Tim Berners-Lee. Features a linked glossary, a time line, errata and an excerpt ...
It does mention a little about how technologies you may have heard of - like XML - fit in to the past, present and future, but only in the course of charting the course for the Web from the initial dream - still largely unfulfilled - to the next technical and social revolution
Now, this low-profile genius tells his own story of the Web's origins-from its revolutionary introduction and the creation of the now ubiquitous WWW and HTTP acronyms to how he sees the future development of this revolutionary medium
Isambard Kingdom Brunel / Design Engineer (1806-1859) - Design ...
Biography from the design museum includes a photo gallery of historical images.
His father, Marc (1769â1849) was one of the great engineers of the Industrial Revolution and a pioneer of mechanical production
Born in France, Marc had studied at Rouen under Gaspard Monge, the inventor of mechanical drawing, but fled to the US during the French Revolution and became chief engineer of New York City
Rolt, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Penguin Books, 1990 Alan Buck, The Little Giant: Life of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, David & Charles, 1986 Derrick Beckett, Brunelâs Britain, David & Charles, 1980 Sir Alfred Pugsley, Works of Isambard Kingdom Brunel: An Engineering Appreciation, Cambridge University Press, 1980 David Jenkins, Isambard Brunel, Wayland, 1977 Laurence Meynell, Builder and Dreamer: A Life of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Heinemann, 1976 John Pudney, Brunel and His World, Thames & Hudson, 1974 Peter Hay, Brunel: His Achievements in the Transport Revolution, Osprey, 1973 Isambard Brunel, Life of Isambard Kingdom Brunel: Civil Engineer, Associated University Press, 1972 For more information on British design and architecture go to Design in Britain, the online archive run as a collaboration between the Design Museum and British Council, at www.designmuseum.org/designinbritain Â© Design Museum
The Assayer: Browse by Subject
Features online books and articles on math, computer and science topics by a
variety of authors. Includes some reader reviews.
Strange Science: Timeline
Timeline of important events in paleontology and biology.
S-MATRIX Software Electronics Instrumentation Automation Control
Develops, builds and supports application specific instrumentation systems, using
PC based hardware and software.
We are striving to be a major force in business factory industrial laboratory office automation, test and measurement, electronics and the virtual instrumentation revolution - a revolution that is dramatically changing instrumentation in test and measurement, automation and control by driving down costs and saving time without sacrificing performance
Science Fiction Weekly Interview
Courtney Barry interviews the science fiction author about his past, current and
I'm a big fan of the digital revolution
Chris Fearnley's List of Buckminster Fuller Resources on the Internet
A collection of links relating to the work of R. Buckminster Fuller.