It’s interesting to scroll down the list and see the progression of technology and how it invaded our lives and consciousness. Those of us who are (ahem) a bit older might recall living through these achievements.
NOTE the video below – in 1996, AT&T offered 5 hours of FREE internet every month.
Blast from the past – Check out this video to see the rise (and fall) of the most popular websites. What were the “Top 3” in 1993 versus the “Top 3” today? While the top website today won’t surprise you, the change over time is fascinating.
The opinion written by Judge Dawkins, Jr., who wrote with considerable wit and intelligence on a matter which he clearly believed should have never reached his bench. I won’t spoil the plot; it’s a very short read, and you will figure out the story within the first two paragraphs.
The American Soybean Association got its start 100 years ago just outside of Camden, Indiana, in Carroll County on September 3, 2020. Soybean production went from 112, 926 acres in 1919 to 76.1 million acres in 2019, making soybeans the second-largest US crop.
Like most farmers in Carroll County, our farm includes soybeans in rotation each year. Carroll County ranks 23rd in the State for total number of soybean acres (2017 data), and Indiana ranks 5th in the nation for soybean production.
The first ASA president was Taylor Fouts. Descendants of the original Fouts family live in the area and continue to farm.