The punch card
created a paper record for information in an electromechanical system that had been updated and tailored for financial operations by the inventor Herman Hollerith in 1888.
Visitors can also enjoy encoded melodies in the patterns of embroidery by turning the punch card
music box, designed by the Hungarian designer Janet Jirmai.
There are handles to pull on voting machines, punch card
systems (remember the hanging chads in Florida in 2000?) and touch screens under the watchful eyes of election judges.
"It goes without saying that any application of the punch card
should be [...] connected with compliance to European directives on working hours, acceptance of on-call as hours of continuous and active work, and adequate compensation for the extra hours worked" SESIK said.
"The knotted rug motifs were transformed into sounds by a punch card
comb music player, with the pattern of holes on the tape in the musical box designed by me.
Every time I go to my neighborhood pizza place, I realize that I have forgotten to take my punch card
with me and end up getting a new one.
To create the works in this series, simply titled "HWP," 20 13-14, after A Handweaver's Pattern Book, Marguerite Porter Davison's 1950 instructional tome, Apfelbaum placed a punch card
she sourced from a craft store on the surface of the velvet "canvas," and then used Chart-pak markers to make dots through each of its holes.
As a gesture of appreciation for its retail partners, employees of authorized Mountain Khakis retailers can now earn punch card
points for every MK apparel item they sell thanks to the new MK Retailer Rewards Program.
In glorious spring-like weather, Brown held the lead on the first punch card
check by just two marks from Sheppard, with Faceby joiner Guy Kendrew just one mark adrift.
"As an experiment, they gave away two different versions of this punch card
," he said.
Think about a punch card
as used by one of Herman Hollerith's original tabulators installed for the 1890 census.