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Duane Benson
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re: 10 Electrical Engineers Everyone Should Follow On Twitter
Duane Benson   3/22/2013 4:52:45 PM
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I've followed a few of the folks for a while. Jeff Keyzer had designed an open source Geiger counter a while back. I took the design and converted it into surface mount parts, and then from an Atmel MCU to a PIC. He sold me the Geiger tubes. He also published a very nice beginners guide to soldering: http://dfblink.info/jksoldercomic. It's popular enough to have been translated into 17 languages.

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nherbw   3/22/2013 3:38:19 PM
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As I mentioned, from the mind of the engineer study, views do appear to be changing. Also for your reference here is the article you mentioned, aptly titled - Why engineers don't like Twitter: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-blogs/pop-blog/4199325/Engineers-dont-like-Twitter

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kmeagher   3/22/2013 3:22:25 PM
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For Jeri "Why You Should Follow:" should have included "Makes IC's in her garage"

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re: 10 Electrical Engineers Everyone Should Follow On Twitter
nherbw   3/22/2013 12:51:08 AM
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Thanks Rick and if anyone has any other good social resources - please do share!

old account Frank Eory
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old account Frank Eory   3/21/2013 11:35:37 PM
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It seems like it was less than 2 years ago that EE Times ran a story asking the question "do engineers use social media?" and the majority of the commenters were fairly negative about social media in general and Twitter in particular. I wonder if attitudes of engineers on this subject have changed since then?

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rick merritt   3/21/2013 10:51:29 PM
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Great resource, Nicolas. Thx!

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