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Caleb Kraft
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Re: What engineers do at home
Caleb Kraft   7/19/2013 12:23:48 AM
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Of course they do more engineering stuff! They can't stop solving problems, that's why they became engineers in the first place. There are no shortage of problems to be solved outside work as well. 

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What engineers do at home
junko.yoshida   7/18/2013 10:07:20 PM
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Welcome aboard, Caleb! I would definitely like to know more about what engineers do after work....more engineering-like stuff? Can't wait to find out!

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Re: Engineering Life
JeremySCook   7/18/2013 10:06:15 PM
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And you know I've got a ton of stuff lurking in my garage, so be sure to hit me up if you need some ideas!

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Engineering Life
JeremySCook   7/18/2013 10:02:14 PM
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Good luck with the new job!  I'll have to start checking this site out more.


Yeah, no doubt some people are born engineers or at least have the ability/desire to explore and learn new things.  Some people I think are pushed into the field simply because they're good at math and/or science and it's generally a good job.  I'm not sure if that's good or bad.

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Portable Tesla Coil
Susan Rambo   7/18/2013 9:28:41 PM
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I like the Thor's Hammer with small Tesla Coil built-in Excellent. I'd like to try making a Tesla coil as a garden fixture in lieu of a water fountain. There's something comforting and calming about that zapping sound. One year at DESIGN West we had a DIY panel with editors and some industry people: that year's theme was LEDs. Maybe next years could involve a Tesla coil. Hmmm....probably not a good idea.

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Welcome Caleb
mcgrathdylan   7/18/2013 6:58:53 PM
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Welcome aboard, Caleb. EE Times is thrilled to have you. Looking forward to all the cooll stuff you will be doing. I hope there is more stuff blown up in the future.

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New Life at EE
Tom Murphy   7/18/2013 6:55:07 PM
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Caleb: Anyone who helps the handicapped play games and still has time to blow stuff up can't be all bad.  You sound like you're going to put the fun back into the workbench -- and lets face it, we all wanna have some fun, right?  Welcome!

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Exploding laptops
Susan Rambo   7/18/2013 6:36:54 PM
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Welcome aboard, Caleb. I look forward to seeing some exploding laptops on the pages of EE Times.

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