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  1. 2020030903352

    日通、仮想通貨の技術活用  ブロックチェーンを活用した日通のシステムのイメージ 「データ主義社会」

  2. 2018052101780

    三菱UFJ、世界最速決済  ブロックチェーンを活用した新システムのイメージ

  3. 2020033001344

    Mother and children walk along deserted cobbled street A scene of bleak desolation at Salford, Manchester, as a lone housewife pushing a pram, accompanied by her two young children walk along a cobbled street, cleared of the terraced houses which once lined it on either side. In the distance through the wet gloom and evening mist can be seen the new home for these cleared communities in high rise tower block flats. Photograph by Shirley Baker、クレジット:© Estate of Shirley Baker/Mary Evans Picture Library/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。表紙、広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用はお問合せください。クレジットは必ず表記してください。 「Mary Evans」「アート」

  4. 2013102800125

    大林組が耐震床の公開実験    地震からコンピューターを守る“ダイナミック・フロアシステム(耐震床)”の公開実験。床下は「震度5」でブロック(左矢印)が倒れているが、耐震床の上は「震度3」に弱められブロックは倒れていない=1976(昭和51)年5月31日、東京都清瀬市の大林組技術研究所 51年内地 3908

  5. 1998032800060

    これがO157の襲撃法 電子顕微鏡写真  ウサギの小腸の内面を覆う絨毛(じゅうもう)の電子顕微鏡写真。健康な絨毛(上)が、O157を与えて6日目(中)には先の方から増殖した菌の塊にむしばまれ、同10日目(下)にはぼろぼろになった(アイカム提供)

  6. 1998031700075

    パソコンの電磁波を削減  積水樹脂の電磁波防止器「ウエーブロック」 「商品ニュース」 

  7. 1995040100072

    腎移植ネットの事務所開き 開設式の関係者  東海北陸ブロックセンターの事務所開きで、中央データセンターにつながるコンピューターを操作する関係者=1日午後、名古屋市中村区(カラーネガ) 【都内、近畿】 

  8. 2019092405048

    GDR - Bruce Springsteen in the East - 1988 The American musician Bruce Springsteen on July 19, 1988 at his concert in East Berlin on the cycle track Weissensee. For many GDR citizens, appearances by western rock bands were the highest of sentiments. Especially Bruce Springsteen was for many the epitome of freedom. On July 19, 1988, the “boss“ played his only concert in East Berlin. In bumpy German, he hurled his message into the people: “It‘s nice to be in East Berlin, I‘m not for or against a government, I‘ve come to play rock ‘n‘ roll for you, hoping that one thing Day all barriers are demolished “. The saying comes from his driver Georg Kerwinski, whom he had asked shortly before the concert began to write him some sentences in German. The concert was delayed and censored in the GDR television and broadcasting. Of course, Bruce Springsteen‘s call for the barriers to be demolished soon was cut out. Photo: Thomas Uhlemann - - BLOCKED FOR BILDFUNK - | usage worldwide、クレジット:dpa-Zentralbild/DPA/共同通信イメージズ 「DPA」

  9. 2019092404931

    GDR - Bruce Springsteen in the East - 1988 The American musician Bruce Springsteen (r) on July 19, 1988 at his concert in East Berlin on the cycle track Weissensee. For many GDR citizens, appearances by western rock bands were the highest of sentiments. Especially Bruce Springsteen was for many the epitome of freedom. On July 19, 1988, the “boss“ played his only concert in East Berlin. In bumpy German, he hurled his message into the people: “It‘s nice to be in East Berlin, I‘m not for or against a government, I‘ve come to play rock ‘n‘ roll for you, hoping that one thing Day all barriers are demolished “. The saying comes from his driver Georg Kerwinski, whom he had asked shortly before the concert began to write him some sentences in German. The concert was delayed and censored in the GDR television and broadcasting. Of course, Bruce Springsteen‘s call for the barriers to be demolished soon was cut out. Photo: Thomas Uhlemann - - BLOCKED FOR BILDFUNK - | usage worldwide、クレジット:dpa-Zentralbild/DPA/共同通信イメージズ 「DPA」

  10. 2019092404950

    GDR - Bruce Springsteen in the East - 1988 The American musician Bruce Springsteen on July 19, 1988 at his concert in East Berlin on the cycle track Weissensee. For many GDR citizens, appearances by western rock bands were the highest of sentiments. Especially Bruce Springsteen was for many the epitome of freedom. On July 19, 1988, the “boss“ played his only concert in East Berlin. In bumpy German, he hurled his message into the people: “It‘s nice to be in East Berlin, I‘m not for or against a government, I‘ve come to play rock ‘n‘ roll for you, hoping that one thing Day all barriers are demolished “. The saying comes from his driver Georg Kerwinski, whom he had asked shortly before the concert began to write him some sentences in German. The concert was delayed and censored in the GDR television and broadcasting. Of course, Bruce Springsteen‘s call for the barriers to be demolished soon was cut out. Photo: Thomas Uhlemann - - BLOCKED FOR BILDFUNK - | usage worldwide、クレジット:dpa-Zentralbild/DPA/共同通信イメージズ 「DPA」

  11. 2019092404812

    GDR - Bruce Springsteen in the East - 1988 The American musician Bruce Springsteen on July 19, 1988 at his concert in East Berlin on the cycle track Weissensee. For many GDR citizens, appearances by western rock bands were the highest of sentiments. Especially Bruce Springsteen was for many the epitome of freedom. On July 19, 1988, the “boss“ played his only concert in East Berlin. In bumpy German, he hurled his message into the people: “It‘s nice to be in East Berlin, I‘m not for or against a government, I‘ve come to play rock ‘n‘ roll for you, hoping that one thing Day all barriers are demolished “. The saying comes from his driver Georg Kerwinski, whom he had asked shortly before the concert began to write him some sentences in German. The concert was delayed and censored in the GDR television and broadcasting. Of course, Bruce Springsteen‘s call for the barriers to be demolished soon was cut out. Photo: Thomas Uhlemann - - BLOCKED FOR BILDFUNK - | usage worldwide、クレジット:dpa-Zentralbild/DPA/共同通信イメージズ 「DPA」

  12. 2019092404906

    GDR - Bruce Springsteen in the East - 1988 The American musician Bruce Springsteen on July 19, 1988 at his concert in East Berlin on the cycle track Weissensee. For many GDR citizens, appearances by western rock bands were the highest of sentiments. Especially Bruce Springsteen was for many the epitome of freedom. On July 19, 1988, the “boss“ played his only concert in East Berlin. In bumpy German, he hurled his message into the people: “It‘s nice to be in East Berlin, I‘m not for or against a government, I‘ve come to play rock ‘n‘ roll for you, hoping that one thing Day all barriers are demolished “. The saying comes from his driver Georg Kerwinski, whom he had asked shortly before the concert began to write him some sentences in German. The concert was delayed and censored in the GDR television and broadcasting. Of course, Bruce Springsteen‘s call for the barriers to be demolished soon was cut out. Photo: Thomas Uhlemann - - BLOCKED FOR BILDFUNK - | usage worldwide、クレジット:dpa-Zentralbild/DPA/共同通信イメージズ 「DPA」

  13. 2019092404912

    GDR - Bruce Springsteen in the East - 1988 The American musician Bruce Springsteen on July 19, 1988 at his concert in East Berlin on the cycle track Weissensee. For many GDR citizens, appearances by western rock bands were the highest of sentiments. Especially Bruce Springsteen was for many the epitome of freedom. On July 19, 1988, the “boss“ played his only concert in East Berlin. In bumpy German, he hurled his message into the people: “It‘s nice to be in East Berlin, I‘m not for or against a government, I‘ve come to play rock ‘n‘ roll for you, hoping that one thing Day all barriers are demolished “. The saying comes from his driver Georg Kerwinski, whom he had asked shortly before the concert began to write him some sentences in German. The concert was delayed and censored in the GDR television and broadcasting. Of course, Bruce Springsteen‘s call for the barriers to be demolished soon was cut out. Photo: Thomas Uhlemann - - BLOCKED FOR BILDFUNK - | usage worldwide、クレジット:dpa-Zentralbild/DPA/共同通信イメージズ 「DPA」

  14. 2019092404808

    GDR - Bruce Springsteen in the East - 1988 The American musician Bruce Springsteen (2nd from right) on July 19, 1988 at his concert in East Berlin at the Weissensee cyclist track. For many GDR citizens, appearances by western rock bands were the highest of sentiments. Especially Bruce Springsteen was for many the epitome of freedom. On July 19, 1988, the “boss“ played his only concert in East Berlin. In bumpy German, he hurled his message into the people: “It‘s nice to be in East Berlin, I‘m not for or against a government, I‘ve come to play rock ‘n‘ roll for you, hoping that one thing Day all barriers are demolished “. The saying comes from his driver Georg Kerwinski, whom he had asked shortly before the concert began to write him some sentences in German. The concert was delayed and censored in the GDR television and broadcasting. Of course, Bruce Springsteen‘s call for the barriers to be demolished soon was cut out. Photo: Thomas Uhlemann - - BLOCKED FOR BILDFUNK - | usage worldwide、クレジット:dpa-Zentralbild/DPA/共同通信イメージズ 「DPA」

  15. 2019092405068

    GDR - Bruce Springsteen in the East - 1988 The American musician Bruce Springsteen (2nd from right) on July 19, 1988 at his concert in East Berlin at the Weissensee cyclist track. For many GDR citizens, appearances by western rock bands were the highest of sentiments. Especially Bruce Springsteen was for many the epitome of freedom. On July 19, 1988, the “boss“ played his only concert in East Berlin. In bumpy German, he hurled his message into the people: “It‘s nice to be in East Berlin, I‘m not for or against a government, I‘ve come to play rock ‘n‘ roll for you, hoping that one thing Day all barriers are demolished “. The saying comes from his driver Georg Kerwinski, whom he had asked shortly before the concert began to write him some sentences in German. The concert was delayed and censored in the GDR television and broadcasting. Of course, Bruce Springsteen‘s call for the barriers to be demolished soon was cut out. Photo: Thomas Uhlemann - - BLOCKED FOR BILDFUNK - | usage worldwide、クレジット:dpa-Zentralbild/DPA/共同通信イメージズ 「DPA」

  16. 2018093000991

    SCULPTURE ORE MAGNITOGORSK 25.01.1980 A sculptural composition of a hand holding an ore block from Magnitnaya mountain symbolizes birth of Magnitogorsk. It is also a symbol of Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel works. Andrew / Sputnik、クレジット:Sputnik/共同通信イメージズ 「スプートニク」

  17. 2019071904973

    Berlin-Kreuzberg 1980 FILED - 01 January 1980, Berlin: Berlin districts / Kreuzberg / renovation / 1980 Kreuzberg, Mariannenstrasse / Skalitzer Strasse. These blocks are to be torn down, a Kreuzberger turns them into art. Shortly before, American soldiers had practiced in the block house combat. The decay of whole blocks is deliberate. Speculators make money out of it. Squatters and riots finally force a change of policy. Urban renewal will be - carefully -, i.e. as much as possible stops. Leading architect Hardt-Walter Haemer, who also renovates this block // Art / Art / Demolition / Districts / Housing / Town planning *** Local Caption *** Housing politics. Parts of Kreuzberg were left to decay. Speculants wanted to build new houses for better profit. In this block american soldiers had had manoevers. After violent riots politicians were forced to change the concept. These blocks are still there, renewed. Photo: Paul Glaser/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ 「DPA」

  18. 2019071904962

    Berlin-Kreuzberg 1980 FILED - 01 January 1980, Berlin: Berlin districts / Kreuzberg / renovation / 1980 Kreuzberg, Mariannenstrasse / Skalitzer Strasse. These blocks are to be torn down, a Kreuzberger turns them into art. Shortly before, American soldiers had practiced in the block house combat. The decay of whole blocks is deliberate. Speculators make money out of it. Squatters and riots finally force a change of policy. Urban renewal will be - carefully -, i.e. as much as possible stops. Leading architect Hardt-Walter Haemer, who also renovates this block // Art / Art / Demolition / Districts / Housing / Town planning *** Local Caption *** Housing politics. Parts of Kreuzberg were left to decay. Speculants wanted to build new houses for better profit. In this block american soldiers had had manoevers. After violent riots politicians were forced to change the concept. These blocks are still there, renewed. Photo: Paul Glaser/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ 「DPA」

  19. 2019071904799

    Berlin-Kreuzberg 1980 FILED - 01 January 1980, Berlin: Berlin districts / Kreuzberg / renovation / 1980 Kreuzberg, Mariannenstrasse / Skalitzer Strasse. These blocks are to be torn down, a Kreuzberger turns them into art. Shortly before, American soldiers had practiced in the block house combat. The decay of whole blocks is deliberate. Speculators make money out of it. Squatters and riots finally force a change of policy. Urban renewal will be - carefully -, i.e. as much as possible stops. Leading architect Hardt-Walter Haemer, who is also renovating this block // Art / Art / Demolition / Districts / Housing / Town planning Photo: Paul Glaser/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ 「DPA」

  20. 2019071904749

    Berlin-Kreuzberg 1980 FILED - 01 January 1980, Berlin: Berlin districts / Kreuzberg / renovation / 1980 Kreuzberg, Mariannenstrasse / Skalitzer Strasse. These blocks are to be torn down, a Kreuzberger turns them into art. Shortly before, American soldiers had practiced in the block house combat. The decay of whole blocks is deliberate. Speculators make money out of it. Squatters and riots finally force a change of policy. Urban renewal will be - carefully -, i.e. as much as possible stops. Leading architect Hardt-Walter Haemer, who is also renovating this block // Art / Art / Demolition / Districts / Housing / Town planning Photo: Paul Glaser/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ 「DPA」

  21. 2019071904657

    Berlin-Kreuzberg 1980 FILED - 01 January 1980, Berlin: Berlin districts / Kreuzberg / renovation / 1980 Kreuzberg, Mariannenstrasse / Skalitzer Strasse. These blocks are to be torn down, a Kreuzberger turns them into art. Shortly before, American soldiers had practiced in the block house combat. The decay of whole blocks is deliberate. Speculators make money out of it. Squatters and riots finally force a change of policy. Urban renewal will be - carefully -, i.e. as much as possible stops. Leading architect Hardt-Walter Haemer, who also renovates this block // Art / Art / Demolition / Districts / Housing / Town planning *** Local Caption *** Housing politics. Parts of Kreuzberg were left to decay. Speculants wanted to build new houses for better profit. In this block american soldiers had had manoevers. After violent riots politicians were forced to change the concept. These blocks are still there, renewed. Photo: Paul Glaser/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ 「DPA」

  22. 2020030503181

    Space Temperature Simulations Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: June 2, 1959 U. S. Navy man HM 1/c Marion Myers in the new Mark IV suit developed by B.F. Goodrich to protect aviators from extreme cold. He is surrounded by blocks of ice to simulate the extreme temperature conditions of high atmospheric flight. It was the spacesuit used by all manned Project Mercury space flights.、クレジット:Underwood Archives/Universal Images Group/共同通信イメージズ 「UIG」

  23. 2020031305242

    The Crusader Streamliner Train Jersey City, New Jersey: 1957The Reading railroad‘s stainless steel streamliner, “The Crusader“ at the Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal. It ran from Philadelphia to New Jersey with a ferry connection to Lower Manhattan.、クレジット:Underwood Archives/Universal Images Group/共同通信イメージズ 「UIG」

  24. 2020010400743

    Ancient Egyptian Ox Cart New York, New York: 1938 An ancient Egyptian ox cart on disply in Rockefeller Center. It was used about 200 B.C. to transport sacred animals to the sacrifice.、クレジット:Underwood Archives/Universal Images Group/共同通信イメージズ 「UIG」

  25. 2020011004597

    Goose Rush Hour On Rural Road Mansfield, Massachusetts: October 21, 1933. You should have heard the quacking as all 1400 of these geese waddled on down the road to the freight yards, where they were to be fattened up for Thanksgiving dinners. It caused a bit of a traffic jam, but the drivers had plenty of entertainment.、クレジット:Underwood Archives/Universal Images Group/共同通信イメージズ 「UIG」

  26. 2019111301323

    LA Railroad Celebration Los Angeles, California: c. 1928. The unveiling of the “continous rail“ crossing in Los Angeles, which is a noiceless turntable to provide a continous rail at railroad crossings. It is called the greatest achievement in railroading since the invention of the block signal. It was secretly tested in LA for six months.、クレジット:Underwood Archives/Universal Images Group/共同通信イメージズ 「UIG」

  27. 2019120500461

    Miami‘s Biscayne Boulevard Miami, Florida: February 20, 1927 Miami‘s Biscayne Boulevard construction is nearly completed. Here is the upper section just before it runs into downtown area. Thirty-three business and residential blocks were cut through for 3.5 miles to make the boulevard.、クレジット:Underwood Archives/Universal Images Group/共同通信イメージズ 「UIG」

  28. 2019042601167

    Political guillotine by Henry Robinson  Political guillotine by Henry Robinson, died 1850. Published 1848. satire critical of Lewis Cass and incumbent President James K. Polk. The work probably appeared prior to the Whig national convention (The convention nominated Taylor and Fillmore.) On a stone pavement above a moat, Lewis Cass (centre) presides over a grisly scene of execution. To the left of Cass stands Polk, wearing an executioner‘s smock and resting his hands upon an axe. A man named ‘Morton‘ lies on the block before them, having just been decapitated. His head falls into the moat, which holds the mutilated corpses of several previous victims. Above Cass and Polk the words ‘Mene, Mene, Tekel Upharsin‘ appear in a burst of light. These words come from the Old Testament, Dan. 5: 25-28: ‘God hath numbered thy kingdom, and finished it. Thou art weighed in the balances, and art found wanting. Thy kingdom is divided, and giv、クレジット:World History Archive/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用に関してはお問合せください。 「Newscom」「ワールドヒストリー」

  29. 2019082302905

    Passengers on a London to Glasgow train. Passengers on a London to Glasgow train. Top: As It Should Be (comfortable and well-ordered). Bottom: As it Is (crowded and smoky). Wood engraving 1884、クレジット:World History Archive/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用に関してはお問合せください。 「Newscom」「ワールドヒストリー」

  30. 2019030803394

    Marc Sambaed Brunel (1769-1849) Marc Sambaed Brunel (1769-1849), 1843. Brunel acknowledging the cheers of the crowd during the opening ceremony for the Thames Tunnel. The double arched masonry Thames Tunnel built 1825-1843. Originally a roadway, it is still used by electric trains between Whitechapel and New Cross, London. French-born English engineer and inventor, father of Sambaed Kingdom Brunel (1806-1859) who was resident engineer on the site, designed a tunnelling shield. He also invented block-cutting machines for producing pulley-blocks for ships‘ rigging. From ‘The Illustrated London News‘. (London, 1 April 1843). 、クレジット:World History Archive/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用に関してはお問合せください。 「Newscom」「ワールドヒストリー」

  31. 2019082303078

    Calico printing by hand blocks Calico printing by hand blocks: Each man had a boy or girl assistant who spread colour on elastic drum on which printer pressed his block to recharge it. Engraving, London, 1843.、クレジット:World History Archive/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用に関してはお問合せください。 「Newscom」「ワールドヒストリー」

  32. 2019072503519

    Passengers on a London to Glasgow train. Passengers on a London to Glasgow train. Top: As It Should Be (comfortable and well-ordered). Bottom: As it Is (crowded and smoky). Wood engraving 1884、クレジット:World History Archive/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用に関してはお問合せください。 「Newscom」「ワールドヒストリー」

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