Readers: For much of my career, I have had to travel to New York City (NYC) every few months. I always found NYC to be fascinating in that it is always awake, humming, and vibrant. Also, NYC has some of the most beautiful buildings in the world. There are over 6,000 high-rise buildings in NYC, […]

Much like the United States Capitol, known as the White House, each state’s government has its own government which is headquartered in a state capitol building. This building, and the government housed within is limited to dealing with matters relevant to the state and coordinating with the federal government. The state capitol address is usually […]

Photo (above): Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant by Ennead Architects JEFF GOLDBERG ESTO 100 Breathtaking Buildings That Represent The Future Of Architecture Where you’ll be living soon, from glass tree houses to inflatable buildings. What’s the future of architecture? Ask any architect and you’ll probably get a different answer. But the future proposed by architect […]

Readers: In Part 4 of this series on data blending, we reviewed Tableau’s Data Blending Principles. We also reviewed an example of data blending in Jonathan Drummey’s Patient Falls Dashboard. [3] Today, in Part 5 of this series, we will peel the onion a bit more and look at Tableau’s Data Blending Architecture. Again, much […]

Readers: In Part 4 of this series on data blending, we reviewed Tableau’s Data Blending Principles. We also reviewed an example of data blending in Jonathan Drummey’s Patient Falls Dashboard. [3] Today, in Part 5 of this series, we will peel the onion a bit more and look at Tableau’s Data Blending Architecture. Again, much of […]

Only at Disneyland would they tear down an old and dilapidated gold mining town in order to build a new and identical gold mining town and make it look old and dilapidated again. “The goal was to bring it back to exactly the way it was,” said David Smith of Disneyland’s facilities and maintenance department, […]

Readers: Well, today is day two of my quick trip to Detroit, my hometown. As a young boy, my brother, friends and I would ride our bikes over to the Redford Theatre to see movies. For 50 cents, we would watch the old Batman serials on Saturday, the latest Billy Jack movie, or the latest […]