I’m headed for a little vacation with the family, so no updates for the next week or so. When I get back, don’t miss a review of the first geotechnical iPhone/iPad app, a revamped Facebook page, and some thoughts on the upcoming ER2010 conference in Seattle where you can expect plenty of GeoPrac.net coverage. Adios! (Image: Slack12)
MOUNT AIRY, NC—NCFI Polyurethanes officially launched its new online informative and educational content presence today: www.NCFI.com. The new website replaces the former corporate site, and eight former brand-specific sites.
“We found we need to roll everything up under the NCFI umbrella,” says Chip Holton, President of NCFI. “We turned fifty last year, and our name is well-known and trusted for experience producing the highest quality American engineered and manufactured products. We wanted our web presence to reflect that, and help our customers around the world get what they need quickly and with ease.”
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I can’t believe it’s that time of year again. Here are the top 100 geotechnical engineering, geological engineering, engineering geology and geoconstruction articles posted in 2010! As I have mentioned before, I don’t like to rank based purely on the number of hits since it biases content that has been published for longer. Instead, I normalize to hits per day. As a bonus, I threw in the top 100 of all time based purely on hits. Without further ado…