In 1993, I was at my aunt’s house in Milwaukee. It was a pretty normal day except I remember noticing my aunt and mom boiling gallons and gallons of water for drinking because the water was making people sick.
On Nov. 18, 2020, Froedtert Health, Wisconsin’s largest Level 1 trauma hospital, took its medical air system from one that was at capacity and included code-required redundancy to one with increased capacity, increased redundancy and a level of resiliency that is very impressive
In 2019, it is more likely that the last communication with your best friend was through a screen rather than face to face. This is not an article on millennials; rather, I want you to consider how you’re communicating on your projects today versus five or 10 years ago.
It’s an expression parents have heard millions of times: “Dad! I have to go to the bathroom.” A sudden flash of panic hits your face. Your brain immediately goes into overdrive to begin your assessment of the situation.