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Using Manufacturing techniques to improve Construction efficiency

by Christine Easterfield
@Cambashi_Chris
LinkedIn

For a long time Construction has been slower to improve efficiency, by adopting mechanisation and IT tools, than its Architectural and Engineering companions in the AEC world – but that is changing. 524 more words

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Tarpon in Africa to Yellowfish and More in The Mission

Issue 3 of The Mission Magazine has been released, and we are already digging this new e-mag. Great photos and interesting feature articles about unique destinations and experiences are accompanied by other content that bring out the personality of anglers. 14 more words

Freshwater

OPEN SUBMISSION: The Sirens Call - Issue 33 'Horror-Struck' | #Horror @Sirens_Call

For the 33rd issue of The Sirens Call eZine, we’re looking for short stories, flash fiction, drabbles, and poetry of horror with no particular twist. We have a few taboos listed below, other than that, feel free to send us quality horror pieces that are worthy of the genre! 170 more words

Sirens Call Publications

RELEASE: The Sirens Call - Issue 32 'Hack & Slash' | #Horror

Sirens Call Publications is pleased to announce the release of the latest issue of

The Sirens Call

Our 32nd issue of The Sirens Call eZine comes in at 131 pages and features short stories, flash fiction, and poetry embodying the dark fiction theme of ‘Hack & Slash’. 34 more words

Horror

SUBMISSIONS CLOSED: The Sirens Call - Issue 32 'Slash & Hack' | #ExtremeHorror

Submissions for the 32nd issue of The Sirens Call, looking for short stories, flash fiction, and poetry fitting the them of ‘Slash & Hack’ are closed. 47 more words

Sirens Call Publications

Early stage design

by Peter Thorne
@Cambashi_Peter
LinkedIn

Early stage design decisions have big impacts. Early stage design studies guide these decisions, for example, decisions about layout, material choice, make-or-buy, initial definition of subsystems, production methods and many others. 1,468 more words

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Submit/Work for a journal

The Litwood Plan is a poetry and prose journal that accepts all types of literature- including book and film reviews.

The eventual idea is to feature short films, visual art and music as well, however the current focus is on written media.

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