Welcome to the EE Times's Power Management Designline, your gathering spot for conversations on power issues in electronics systems design. In addition to a new look and feel, all the EE Times designlines now focus more on community, news, and blogs, with less heads-down, long-form technical papers.
Participate early and often: You help build the content by commenting and blogging. This site is about you and your stories, your tips and tricks, and your trials and tribulations in the field of power generation, delivery, management, and storage.
We'll be lining up bloggers and bringing back some staples, such as TI's Robert Kollman, who continues his Power Tips blog. If you know about power and are willing to share your expertise and engage with colleagues from around the world, email Susan Rambo (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a short description of your credentials and what you specifically you would like to write about.
For a quick how-to on using the new site, see Martin Rowe's blog:
How to Use the New EE Times
It will help you learn about commenting and rating articles, posting videos and graphics, and using message boards on the new EE Times.
EE Times' Patrick Mannion, brand director, describes in more detail the transformation of EE Times:
Welcome to the new EETimes.com!
One thing you'll like on the new EE Times is the profile where you can see an accumulation of your comments, messages, and blogs that you've written. Using Robert Kollman's profile as an example, you can get a quick list of other items written by him. It's a great way to see all the content written by a colleague by clicking on the "Content by" link.