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2014-06-27 23:08:58

With more industries seeing the need for big data, more people need to be educated on how to collect data and use it to its full advantage. It is because of this that Canary Labs, the leader in historian and trending solutions, is offering to help colleges create curriculum to fill this need. Martinsburg, PA (PRWEB) June 27, 2014 More and more industries such as oil and gas, water and waste-water, and electric utilities are realizing the value of data. With all these industries making...

2013-10-30 23:34:42

Historian software marketed with PCVue’s HMI/SCADA for North America. Martinsburg, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) October 30, 2013 PcVue, a subsidiary of ARC Informatique and automation solution provider of award winning HMI/SCADA software, announces it will benefit from the signing of a worldwide OEM agreement between Canary Labs and its parent ARC Informatique. For North America, PcVue will now market Canary Labs historian software as part of its PcVue Solutions offered directly or through its...

2013-07-20 23:01:55

Panstoria, developer of the Artisan 4.0 digital scrapbooking software, today announced the release of its Historian 4.0 photo management and editing software. Dayton, OH (PRWEB) July 20, 2013 Panstoria, developer of the Artisan 4.0 digital scrapbooking software, today announced the release of its Historian 4.0 photo management and editing software. The Historian 4.0 software is the latest version of the powerful yet easy-to-use photo management and editing software created by Panstoria,...

2011-04-13 09:00:00

WILLIAMSBURG, Va., April 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation will present the Churchill Bell on April 30 to three outstanding American citizens: journalist Jim Lehrer, former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and historian Gordon Wood. The award, the Foundation's highest, is given to those who exemplify what it means to be active and engaged citizens, building upon the principles of liberty, courage, dignity and devotion to the common good preserved and...

2009-05-01 17:49:07

A prominent British historian says the nation's education system was better under the 1509-1547 rule of Henry VIII than in the present day. Historian and TV presenter David Starkey said at the annual Brighton College education conference that Henry VIII's Britain featured more well-rounded education and more competent government than the Britain of today, the Daily Mail reported Friday. Our education system, it seems to me, has been taken over to a desperately dangerous extent by the worst...

2008-11-28 12:05:20

The struggles associated with a credit crunch have been suffered by other societies in history -- just look at the Roman republic, a British historian says. Oxford University historian Phillip Kay said the first-ever recorded credit crunch took place in 88 B.C., when a civil war decimated the Roman economy and credit system, The Guardian (Britain) said Friday. Kay noted comparisons between the current credit crunch facing Britain and other parts of the world and such historical struggles. The...

2008-10-07 03:00:08

By Mortimer, Ian Ian Mortimer, who has been an archivist and a poet before becoming a medieval historian and biographer, describes why a blend of empathy and evidence is the key to getting the most out of history. I was about ten years of age, standing alone in the ruined hall of Grosmont Castle in South Wales. The wand rustled the leaves of the nearby trees as I looked up at the empty space where Maud, mother of the great Duke of Lancaster (who was born in this castle), had sat in the...

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2008-09-22 10:50:00

New historical evidence suggests the telescope may have been invented in Spain, not the Netherlands or Italy as scientists once thought. The findings suggest the telescope's creator could have been a spectacle-maker based in Gerona, Spain. The first refracting telescopes were thought to have appeared in the Netherlands in 1608 and may actually have been made for Spanish merchants. According to historian Nick Pelling, the inventor could have been a man called Juan Roget, who died between 1617...

2008-08-14 09:01:03

InStep Software, a provider of solutions for utilities, has announced that South Mississippi Electric Power Association, a cooperative, which generates, transmits and sells electric energy, has selected its eDNA historian software to collect, store, display and report information. The company has said that the software will be used to support key operational decision making for over 1,600 miles of high-voltage transmission line and generation plant operations and maintenance for South...


Word of the Day
cacodemon
  • An evil spirit; a devil.
  • A nightmare.
  • In astrology, the twelfth house of a scheme or figure of the heavens: so called from its signifying dreadful things, such as secret enemies, great losses, imprisonment, etc.
'Cacodemon' comes from a Greek term meaning 'evil genius.'
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