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Touch screens are used at <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="AUTOORCRP002935" title="Chrysler" href="/topic/business/automotive-industry/chrysler-AUTOORCRP002935.topic">Chrysler</a> Motors Belvider's assembly plant to record and communicate paint quality status. Here, a Paint Shop employee enters status on a 10-button touch screen connected to the plant's Factory Information system.

( Chrysler Motors photo / October 11, 1989 )

Touch screens are used at Chrysler Motors Belvider's assembly plant to record and communicate paint quality status. Here, a Paint Shop employee enters status on a 10-button touch screen connected to the plant's Factory Information system.

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    Emanuel stands by rejected police sergeants contract
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel maintained Tuesday that a pension fix overwhelmingly rejected by Chicago police sergeants remains a road map to restoring financial soundness to the city's woefully underfunded pension system. “Every other aspect of this plan,...
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  • Chicago Teachers Union sets Sept. 10 strike date

    Chicago Teachers Union sets Sept. 10 strike date
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  • The ballad of reading guilt

    The ballad of reading guilt
    Dorian Gray's story would have been drastically different had he been granted amnesty for his sins. Instead he died a deformed, barely human figure, resembling the ugliness of his immoral life. While the cad Dorian felt no remorse for his evil acts,...
  • Hit show 'Wild Chicago' may be heading to DVD

    Hit show 'Wild Chicago' may be heading to DVD
    In January 1989, entertainer Ben Hollis and WTTW-Ch. 11 producer Jon Davies created a television show that they called "Wild Chicago." The reason they did this, said Hollis at the time, "was because there was nothing like it on TV." Indeed. I was the...
  • Tax, bribery charges filed against Indiana officials

    Tax, bribery charges filed against Indiana officials
    Tax evasion and bribery charges have been filed against city council members in Gary, Hammond and East Chicago, a Merrillville clerk, the former head of the East Chicago library and a Hammond contractor. Federal indictments were announced today against:...
  • I Am the Worst: Birthday Weekend Edition

    I Am the Worst: Birthday Weekend Edition
    This past weekend was my “birthday weekend”, which just means it was the closest weekend to my birthday. Two of my best friends from high school, Ian and Justin, came to visit me. My brain is still not working correctly. Here are some things...
  • Living in dangerous times

    Living in dangerous times
    The prospect of interviewing Don DeLillo produces a certain anxiety. DeLillo, one of the most heralded American novelists of the past 40 years, has a reputation for being inaccessible, emotionally and otherwise. While by no means a recluse like J.D....
  • Life's tough lessons

    Life's tough lessons
    When author Nami Mun was 13, she ran away from her family's Bronx apartment. She survived by holding down odd jobs and living wherever she could — on benches, in shelters or squatting in abandoned buildings. In her early 20s, she found steady...
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    'Book Thief' is stealing  center stage
    Like the 22 books that preceded it, Markus Zusak's “The Book Thief” was chosen for the Chicago Public Library's One Book, One Chicago fall selection based on its literary merit and universal themes that would appeal to the widest range of...