If you’ve ever wondered how things are made – products like candy, cars, airplanes, or bottles – or if you’ve been interested in manufacturing processes, like forging, casting, or injection molding, then you’ve come to the right place.
The mission of the Social Welfare History Archives is to collect, preserve, and provide access to historical records that support research and understanding of social services and social reform in the United States. A part of the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Libraries, SWHA supports the University’s traditional mission of research, instruction, and service. Plus, some are hilarious!
Here are the rules: Think of the name of a TV Show or Movie. I’ll try to guess which one you are thinking of using simple yes/no questions. If you’re not sure of the answer to a question, answer “No”.
F.N.O.R.D.’s mission statement sums it up nicely:
“We think all right thinking people in this world are SICK and TIRED of being told that ordinary, decent people are not fed up in this world with being sick and tired. We certainly are. And we’re sick and tired of being told that we’re not.”
And they have this neat table that is acutally useful.
A virtual anatomic construction kit on the web brought to you by the Peripheral Systems Lab. Discover the fascinating world of human anatomy and thank God there are people out there that can do this stuff for real.