For the next week, you’ll have to get along without us, as the IMT editorial staff is retreating to various secret bases in realms beyond the Internet. (Be brave!) Until then, we wish** our dear readers a number of (politically correct) holiday wishes (of no particular religious interpretation). Have a fun and safe New Year’s, and enjoy this final Light Friday of 2007!
The 2,000-foot, corkscrew-designed Chicago Spire may well be one of the most impressive engineering feats of 2007. Here’s why.
There are no less than seven major industry-focused trade shows next month, all of which no doubt will have keynotes and other speeches. That is when the sweaty palms, shaky knees, tight throat, dry mouth, flop sweat and even nausea set in. It’s stage fright. Like other learned skills, though, you can nip the fear of public speaking in the bud.
Recent news reports indicate India has kicked up its growth yet again through its bilateral trade agreement with China. From both a manufacturing and IT services perspective, there appears to be no end in sight when it comes to growth in India. Yet outsourcing initiatives of other countries still dominate the headlines.
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