1. "Linear Technology Sees Record Revenues in Fourth Quarter" - This article from Business Wire discusses the record revenues for Linear Technology Corp. for its fourth quarter ended June 29, 2019. It also provides insights into the company's financial performance and its outlook for the future. 2. "Linear Technology Corporation: An Overview" - This article from Investopedia provides an overview of Linear Technology Corporation and its products and services. It also explains the company's history and how it has grown over the years. 3. "Linear Technology: Making Technology Easier to Use" - This video from YouTube explores how Linear Technology has made technology easier to use. It looks at the company's history, product development, and how it has revolutionized the world of electronics. 4. "Linear Technology's New Wi-Fi Radio System" - This article from Electronic Design discusses Linear Technology's new Wi-Fi radio system, which is designed to provide a low-power, secure, and reliable connection for the Internet of Things (IoT) applications. It provides an overview of the technology and its applications. 5. "Linear Technology Launches a New Range of Sensor Modules"
"Frédéric Sonntag has created a wild, nonlinear world in George Kaplan that examines the intricacies of government control, the power of the individual, and narratives around creating conflict through three distinct scenes that all live inside a more abstracted shared universe."
There are many points of entry to thinking about a lifetime of making work. We could use linear narrative to retrospectively cast a story, but I’ve not experienced time or memory to be well suited for that frame. We could talk about influences and scaffold a sort of art historical hold for the work one […]
by Cynthia Close The ornate, magical, curvilinear pen and ink drawings of English book illustrator Arthur Rackham (1867-1939) animated many literary classics like the Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm, Gulliver’s Travels, Aesop’s Fables, Rip Van Winkle,
For the inaugural exhibition of the Outpost, the first locally owned private museum for contemporary art in Vietnam, “Fractured Times,” Lê Thuận Uyên, the space’s artistic director and curator, has invited us on a nonlinear visual journey to the past and the future. Strewn along the walls and floor of one gallery, Hoàng Thành Vĩnh Phong’s remarkable lacquer-painted mattresses evoke the memories of migration and refuge seeking that have haunted generations of Vietnamese. The Hội An–based artist offers the mattress as a witness throughout human life to our changing states of happiness, sadness,