The article in the NYTimes, Aging of Eyes Is Blamed for Range of Health Woes, has caused us to think here at Walker Engineering about our own personal layouts as well as those of our clients.
The aging eye filters out blue light, affecting circadian rhythm and health in older adults.
I saw this article today on Gigaom by Jessica Stillman as she writes on the changes in the future of work and cautions Facilities Managers not to get left behind (NFMLB?). Walker Engineering provides professional facilities management and we agree with Jim Ware that it isn’t keeping the lights on but supporting work wherever it [...]
Mo has been tuning and repairing pianos in the Mt. Tabor area for awhile and over the end of the year break finally had time to being a site. The goal is to provide the traditional business information with an occasional tidbit about pianos in the areas of tuning and rebuilding.
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Every culture has fried dough—German Berliners, Italian zeppole, French beignets, and Indian balushahi—but none can top the gut-busting pleasure of the American donut. It’s the latest iconic food to undergo a renaissance; here are our picks for the best classic and newfangled donut purveyors across the country. BonAppettit
By Andrew Knowlton
Photograph by Sian Kennedy