As the industrial revolution continued forward, things became more, and more efficient. Cotton factories went from just spinning yarn, to weaving it and making clothing; which would have taken well over a day without the factories. Using a weaving loom took time, and energy that could be used in many other ways. Factories improved the speed and quality of textile production. Efficiency also brought a new way of thinking, ways of making things, and inventions became a common topic. More people had jobs, and were making money for them and their family. The new factories opened so many doors for everybody, hence making things efficient. People that once before had no money, would soon have a profit that they could take care of themselves with. unheard of ways of transportation were used daily in the lives of many. Efficiency is the the definition of The Industrial Revolution.