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we predict that the middle-skill jobs that survive will combine routine technical tasks with abstract and manual tasks in which workers have a comparative advantage — interpersonal interaction, adaptability and problem-solving.

Monkeys' creation of stone tools forces scientists to rethink doctrine of human evolution

Monkeys create stone tools forcing scientists to rethink human evolution

Monkeys' creation of stone tools forces scientists to rethink doctrine of human evolution

Once called the ‘eighth wonder of the world’ by Thomas Edison, Linotype typecasting machines revolutionised publishing when they were invented in 1886, and remained the industry standard for nearly a century after. The first commercially successful mechanical typesetter, the Linotype significantly sped up the printing process, allowing for larger and more local daily newspapers. In Farewell, etaoin shrdlu (the latter portion of the title taken from the nonsense words created by running your…

The last day of hot metal press before computers come in at The New York Times

Unreliable research: Trouble at the lab | The Economist

Trouble at the lab

Trouble at the lab - Scientists like to think of science as self-correcting. To an alarming degree, it is not --- from The Economist

Atlas Bipedal Robot

Rise of the More Human Robot

Really Amazing: A must watch for all aviation maintenance personnel -Boeing Assembly Line HD

Really Amazing: A must watch for all aviation maintenance personnel -Boeing Assembly Line

Yeah Chris ... they are going to miss you up there!!!    Chris Hadfield closes celestial road trip with David Bowies Space Oddity

Chris Hadfield closes celestial road trip with David Bowie’s Space Oddity

Astronaut Chris Hadfield Performs David Bowie's “Space Oddity” … in Space

In praise of the Luddites. Nobel Prize-Winning Economist Reveals Why Robots Really Are Coming For Your Job.

Nobel Prize-Winning Economist Reveals Why Robots Really Are Coming For Your Job

GOLDMAN SACHS: There's going to be a surge in spending on military robots

Railroading’s Big Oil Boom----On Dec. 30, BNSF Railway executive chairman Matthew Rose told the Dallas Business Journal that his sprawling 32,000-mile railroad would move 1 million barrels of crude oil every day by the end of 2014, nearly a seventh the total amount that was produced in the United States in 2012.

BNSF Railway executive chairman Matthew Rose told the Dallas Business Journal that his sprawling railroad would move 1 million barrels of crude oil every day by.

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Ultra HD Video Time Lapse Stock Footage - Port of Barcelona, Container Terminal, The Free Trade Zone, Cranes, Cargo Ships

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