Is it possible to build a mile-high skyscraper?

A mile-high tower would not just be a new structure, but a new technology.

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  • Frank Lloyd Wright originally proposed The Mile-High Illinois in the 1950s.
  • Innovations in construction materials and elevators are necessary to reach the one mile height and beyond.
  • We may see the first mile-high skyscraper by the middle of the 21st century.
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Editor X is setting a new standard for web design. Here’s everything you need to know.

Creators can now control every aspect of their business.

  • Editor X is an advanced web creation platform made exclusively for designers and agencies, offering total design flexibility with a unique combination of responsive design capabilities and intuitive drag and drop behavior.
  • The platform serves as a full stack solution with integrated business tools like booking systems, marketing resources, e-commerce and more.
  • Users can connect to external APIs and write custom code with a built-in IDE to create rich, data-driven websites.
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Learn to create any logo, icon, or graphic with this Illustrator guidebook

From logo design to marketing mastery, this Adobe bundle is a bargain.

  • Digital designers are in high demand as companies must compete to stand out.
  • Translating your artwork from canvas to screen is easy with the right tools.
  • From logo designs for business cards to billboards, all the skills you need can be learned in Adobe Illustrator.
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Radical innovation: Unlocking the future of human invention

Ready to see the future? Nanotronics CEO Matthew Putman talks innovation and the solutions that are within reach.

Innovation in manufacturing has crawled since the 1950s. That's about to speed up. Using a combination of imagination and technology, science tech company Nanotronics aims to revolutionize the factory floor so that industries can have a smaller factory footprint, produce less waste, and rapidly increase the speed from R&D to production—it's this very philosophy that allowed Nanotronics to pivot and manufacture ventilators as a rapid response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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How COVID-19 will change the way we design our homes

Pandemic-inspired housing innovation will collide with techno-acceleration.

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COVID-19 is confounding planning for basic human needs, including shelter.
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