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Corning Museum of Glass, New York

Founded in 1951, Corning Museum of Glass is the world’s largest glass museum in Corning, New York.

If you’re keen to learn the art, science and history of glass, this is the place to be.  74 more words

Reef Shawl

Work has been steadily progressing on the Poppy Shawl by Brooke Nico.

If you decide to knit this pattern, look for the errata.  I found a mistake in the first row of Chart 3 and in the repeat width (it is 8 not the 9 std boxed out). 143 more words


How Fiber Optic Works

The way that fiber optic technology meets expectations is a captivating subject. In the event that the thought of how it functions is moving inside your brain as quick as the light inside the optic link itself then don’t stress, that is this article is for. 580 more words

Fiber Optics

Because I love color!

This long, dreary, cold, icy, snowy, interminable winter is getting to me. My spring break last week was hardly that, and they are calling for snow this week! 78 more words


Fiber Optics and Netgear R7000 Nighthawk

Although Internet via fiber optics have been available in our neighbourhood since a few years I have not felt compelled to opt in but have instead retained my ADSL connection despite its moderate 6-7 Mbps download rates. 639 more words


Vodafone Buys Spanish Cabler Ono for $10 billion

MADRID – Vodafono.

Driving ever more into the fiber optics market in Europe, U.K. telco Vodafone has acquired Spain’s biggest cable operator Ono. Price paid, on a debt and cash basis, is €7.2 billion ($10.0 billion). 199 more words


business as usual

The railroad connected one side of the country to the other, and was built and controlled by those who were labeled robber barons by the people of their time. 230 more words