Friday Funny Archives
LED light transmissive carpets to provide information, direction, inspiration, and safety in offices, hotels, and public buildings.
Clients have included the Edmonton International Airport, Microsoft, lululemon, SAP, ING, and various restaurants and hotels in and around the Pacific Northwest–known for grey skies and green scenery.
The Cintas’ America’s Best Restroom® Contest not only promotes a business, it also recognizes the effort made by facilities management teams around the country to put their best restrooms to the test.
The Atlantic reports: “As the saying goes, ‘The way to live best is to eat Chinese food, drive an American car, and live in a British house. That’s the ideal life.’” There’s the difference: live in a BRITISH house, not a Parisian apartment.
‘Do You Doodle?’ competition seeks best whiteboard art from offices around the country.
According to the latest rumors from the tech world, Dell has a smell problem, and it’s having a tough time dealing with the negative press while the issue is being resolved.
Ghostly spirits make themselves as comfortable in America’s B&Bs as living guests do. #throwbackthursday #tbt
On October 22, 1938—75 years ago—something happened that would change the workplace forever.
Back in the 1950s, a team of architects and engineers (including famed industrial designer and creator of the St. Louis Gateway Arch, Eero Saarinen) put together a brief animated film on behalf of Washington International Airport.
KidZania allows kids between the ages of four to 12 to do what comes naturally to them: role-playing by mimicking traditionally adult activities.