31 Jan 2014 More

Brown Technical Media Corp. announces the launch of Brown Tool Box

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The Brown Technical Media Corp. (BTMC) is pleased to announce the launch of its newest division, Brown Toolbox.  Brown Toolbox is just one of three new divisions under the new BTMC umbrella.  Brown Technical Media acquired the Brown Book Shop on Jan. 31, 2014.
The new BTMC wants to be your one-stop shop for all your industrial and technical needs and that means tools, too.  Everything you need for your next project, Brown Toolbox is the store for all your tool and equipment needs.
Launch of Brown Toolbox
Brown Toolbox is proud to be an authorized dealer for such top companies as Advanced Organizing Systems, Keson, Northwest, Doc-Box, Alvin, and many more.  Brown Toolbox is your one-stop shopping solution for all the best professional products.
Whether you’re in engineering, oil & gas, construction, whatever your professional field, chances are we here at Brown have the tools you need.  Come check out all these great products at our new Brown Toolbox website.
Brown Toolbox is Made in the USA proud.  From high-tech rotary lasers and magnetic locators to dependable drilling hammers and rigger’s axes, Brown Toolbox is proud to offer many high quality products made right here in the USA.  From heavy-duty, cross-cut paper shredders to handheld, architect’s pocket tape, no item is too big or too small to get the Made in the USA seal of approval.

1 Jan 2014 More

Engineering the Starship Enterprise

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http://www.universetoday.com/95099/engineer-thinks-we-could-build-a-real-starship-enterprise-in-20-years/

http://io9.com/5827581/10-things-you-probably-didnt-know-about-the-original-star-trek






Will Nanotubes Really Replace Silicon Chips?

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Nanotubes could replace silicon chips
It's almost impossible to believe, but then again scientists at Stanford University are often doing the unbelievable. Now, engineers from Stanford University say they have built a computer consisting of nanotubes. Nanotubes run faster than silicon chips, and use less energy. The applications for such nanotube technology are seemingly endless.

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