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Herewith is a compendium of stories from EE Times covering the International Electron Dervices Meeting which took place Dec. 5 to 7 in Washington DC.
Why? Why? Why?
The Engineering Life - Around the Web 12/6/2011 19 comments
Gary Smith just sent me a bunch of “Why xxx” questions, so this is all his fault…
Amr Mohsen stirs up more controversy
Engineering Pop Culture! 12/6/2011 2 comments
Amr Mohsen was a leader in our industry and a founder in both Actel and Aptix. But what about his management methods? That seems to make for some interesting tales…
GPS shoe tracks dementia patients
RF & Microwave Designline Blog 12/6/2011 7 comments
Omnilink Systems, GTX Corp and Aetrex have come together to develop the GPS Shoe for people with Alzheimer's, dementia, and memory loss.
How It Was: Medicine and Sinusitis
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog 12/5/2011 1 comment
To this day my sinusitis continues and despite all the attempts to cure it, all the medical profession appears to be able to do is…
Eeeek! Flying Sharks!
The Engineering Life - Around the Web 12/2/2011 7 comments
Did you ever see those helium-filled, radio-controlled flying sharks and clown fish? I really wanted one but they were unavailable, until…
Quality and expectations
Engineering Pop Culture! 12/1/2011 15 comments
How much quality should we expect in products and what can we do when they don’t live up to our expectations? Car troubles get me thinking…
Big brain radio, part 2
Blog 12/1/2011 1 comment
Cognitive radios were now too busy to figure out how to route phone messages, so they decided to put humans to work doing this. The task occupied the time of all humans alive.