Illinois' AAdvantage Insurance Group Adds Glowacki as Commercial Marketer
AAdvantage Insurance Group in Glen Carbon, Illinois, has hired Amy Glowacki as a commercial marketer. In this position, she will assist agents in
This Throwable Computer Teaches Kids How To Code
Hackaball gives kids the power to program their own games, and takes coding outside.
How big data can help supermarkets tackle food waste
If a supermarket is provided real-time information and analytics that track their processes related to food disposal, they can better manage the amount and timing of what they order.
How Our Brains Overrule Our Senses
Scientists have long known that when sounds are faint or objects are seen through fog in the distance, repetition of these weak or ambiguous sensory “inputs” can result in different perceptions inside the same brain. Now the results of new research have identified brain processes in mice that may help explain how those differences happen.
U.S. CUSTOMS UPDATE: Importer Security Filing (ISF) 5 Delayed Enforcement Period Ending March 15,...
U.S. Customs Update: Importer Security Filing (ISF) 5 Delayed Enforcement Period Ending March 15, 2019 Last week, U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) issued an update regarding the enforcement of ISF-5 via the Cargo Systems Messaging Service (CSMS). The update states the following "CBP is ending its delayed enforcement period for ISF-5 violations and will begin issuing liquidated damages claims for violations of the ISF-5 requirements on March 15, 2019. Please ensure that you are in compliance before that time." If you have not done so, we highly suggest you test your current filing process to ensure you completely meet all the requirements Vilden's Customs filing products already support ISF 5 and 10. You are welcome…
Primary Care Providers Help Guide Us to Better Health
**Sara May, MD** It is common for people – especially young, working adults who are seemingly healthy – to ask themselves at some point whether they need a primary care provider. The answer is yes,…
Why Your Machine Shop Will Have a 3D Printer
In the future, we’re likely to take it for granted that small machining businesses routinely use 3D printing as a complement to their machine tools. The 3D printer can do work that frees up the more valuable machines.
Inventor of computer mouse dies at age of 88
The inventor of the computer mouse and developer of early incarnations of email, word processing programs and the Internet, has died at the age of 88 (RT @CBSNews: Inventor of computer mouse dies at age of 88
Why RFID impact on inventory inaccuracy is the key in most ROI calculations
Studies and roll-outs prove that RFID has a significant impact on inventory visibility. This article discusses the causes of inventory inaccuracy, its impact on retailer bottom-line and, finally, how RFID can help achieve inventory accuracy.
The Day When Computers Can Break All Encryption Is Coming
Quantum computers will be able to overpower current encryption within a decade. That has security experts scrambling to come up with new ways to protect our data before it is too late.