Posts Tagged ‘visual storyteller’s blog’

TRACKS OF A BYGONE ERA MADE BLUE COLLAR DREAMS COME TRUE The once mighty Milwaukee Road spanned 16 states with 10,000 miles of track and boasted some of the most avant-garde streamlined passenger cars of the railroad era. But its busiest branch was the Beer Line, a freight track that served all the big breweries […]


Summer in Wisconsin is not the same without Wisconsin Dells. I lived in the Badger State for several years, and not a summer went by without my family and me staying for a few days and nights in Wisconsin Dells, the “waterpark capital of the world.” The 4.4-square-mile city of Wisconsin Dells is home to the […]


Carbon dioxide is one of the many natural and man-made gases that build up in the atmosphere, forming a thick layer that affects the Earth in two ways, both detrimental to life in this planet: one, it blocks heat and energy coming from the sun; and two, it traps unwanted heat that would normally escape […]


Here is an illustration on the perils of engaging in activities other than work during work hours — particularly surfing online sites that have nothing to do whatsoever with the job one is paid to do on company time. With the  coming of  the Internet in the early 1990s, and the ensuing widespread use of […]


If it has a smell,  it can be sniffed — by a wasp. That’s the idea behind a gadget that employs specially trained wasps to smell, detect and identify certain chemicals the same way a trained dog does. A three-man team of wasp experts, one of them a biological engineer, has invented a software-run device […]


Here’s a graphic about the different types of gamblers and what goes on in their minds while on the casino floor. The typical players usually belong to one of four distinct types based on whether they are introverts or extroverts, and whether they are high- or low-risk takers. These traits determine largely on what gaming […]


As the weather warms up to usher in what could be a long, hot summer here in North America, people begin to flock to the beaches for a respite from the punishing heat and humidity. In this time of year, drownings are not uncommon. Drowning is the second leading cause of unintentional injury death for […]