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When little touches can make a big difference in perception
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2/28/2011   12 comments
What have you seen that has made you say "that's nice, I appreciate the extra thought"?
Techno-Pop! Quiz Winners Week 4
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2/24/2011   Post a comment
Chong Poh Kit and Malcolm Stagg won the EE Life Techno-Pop! quiz for week four. Answers inside.
We could tell you, but we'd have to kill you
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2/23/2011   10 comments
Working on government contracts can lead to questions with interesting answers
Social media and engineers: Live with it, OK?
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2/22/2011   31 comments
Engineers have embraced social media. Really.
Enter February's Cartoon Caption Contest Now!
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2/17/2011   92 comments
Enter the EE Life cartoon caption contest for February. Fame and (virtual) fortune await!
Techno-Pop! Quiz Winners Week 2
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2/11/2011   8 comments
We had no winners of the second EE Life Techno-Pop! Quiz
And the winning January cartoon caption is....
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2/11/2011   6 comments
The winner of the January 2011 EE Life cartoon caption contest
Who won the DesignCon 2011 Design Vision awards?
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2/2/2011   Post a comment
Barry Sullivan, DesignCon program director, announces the 2011 Design Vision Award winners in Santa Clara, Calif.
How we can maybe get some engineers as celebrities?
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2/2/2011   44 comments
Here's one tactic for making engineers into mass-market names, literally
Dealing with Management
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2/2/2011   40 comments
Too many memos prompt a constructive response


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