An employee at Surf Air Wireless in La Porte just surpassed his 20-year anniversary with the company and the funny thing is, he didn’t even realize that himself!
Building an operating near-replica of Star Wars character R2-D2 requires a massive amount of time, knowledge, and resources. Aaron Treble, a Valparaiso resident, worked for 6-8 hours a day for two years to build his now 250-pound droid. “That was after about 6 months of research,” he said.
The history of Kabelin ACE Hardware stretches back over 100 years to when Edward W. Kabelin purchased an interest in the Webber Hardware Co., which had been founded some 60 years before that, in the 1850’s.
You grab your laptop and sit on the couch. Netflix pops up on the television screen, as a Facebook Message dings on your phone. Technology waves flow around the room every minute of every day and the internet is an essential service in our modern, hyper-connected society and one that has become a staple in our lives.
Northwest Indiana McDonald's Owners-Operators Launching Local Facebook Pages for Your Favorite Locations
In mid-January, 2017, Northwest Indiana McDonald's Owners/Operators (NIMO) launched a collection of Facebook pages for each of their 46 locations, designed to create a community connection with restaurant-goers, and help get the word out about all the positive causes each location involves itself with.
With 1st Source Bank’s new CardValet, you can save time and rest easy. As an app for smartphones, it can help you to avoid fraud, stick to your budget, control where your 1st Source Resource® Plus Debit Card is used and more.
Every day, we use some sort of digital tool to share information. An iPhone, a computer, a new watch, an internet-connected television. Over the past few years, the steps toward this new digital environment have been significant and frequent and that has turned up the speed and connectivity in our living world.
Association for Iron & Steel Technology recognizes PNW research center
Staff, students and collaborators of the Purdue University Northwest Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) have received two prestigious awards from the Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST).