Construction’s unique nature is part of the industry’s appeal—but it also makes it an attractive target for hackers
Wenting Li is an illustrator in Toronto, drawing images of real and imagined spaces. She has done work for The New York Times, The Walrus, Johns Hopkins Health Review and Twitter. https://www.wentingli.com/
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