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Robotics Developer
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re: 10 Electrical Engineers Everyone Should Follow On Twitter
Robotics Developer   3/31/2013 12:07:45 AM
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I agree it looks like some folks I should follow. Now I am going to have to get a twitter account...

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Mike@FH   3/29/2013 8:57:30 PM
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Some good ones there but it made me think that no-one nowadays has the influence and charisma of Bob Pease. I think everyone who did analog even as a sideline followed his articles.

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re: 10 Electrical Engineers Everyone Should Follow On Twitter
jbusco   3/29/2013 7:52:00 PM
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A Twitter EDA list: http://twitter.com/grep/eda

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re: 10 Electrical Engineers Everyone Should Follow On Twitter
Klinkenbecker   3/29/2013 6:37:07 PM
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As if we need yet more mind numbing banter...

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re: 10 Electrical Engineers Everyone Should Follow On Twitter
StvNordquist   3/29/2013 12:55:16 AM
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Tell me that's the RoHS-compatible ferrite bead, made of processed ferret gut biota with lower reluctance and secondary practical use as antidote/palliative to cobra vodka with some reactive oxygen species that haven't mellowed (mind that trailing designation in the part spec.)

Kyle Bostian
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re: 10 Electrical Engineers Everyone Should Follow On Twitter
Kyle Bostian   3/27/2013 7:15:55 PM
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I would add Michael Barr @embeddedbarr for some great embedded systems writing and general technology insights.

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re: 10 Electrical Engineers Everyone Should Follow On Twitter
selinz   3/26/2013 1:09:42 AM
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I generally associated twitter with random, shallow, and typically meaningless thoughts... That's why it works so well for people in the entertainment industry (which includes athletes). Usually the more interesting technical stuff requires a few more words than twitter is set up for. It's a great place for one liners though!

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re: 10 Electrical Engineers Everyone Should Follow On Twitter
KRS03   3/23/2013 4:16:09 PM
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RE: G. Harrison's Tweet: Amazon shipping ferret's beads sounds like it might come across an animal rights obstruction.

Bert22306
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re: 10 Electrical Engineers Everyone Should Follow On Twitter
Bert22306   3/23/2013 12:08:59 AM
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That was my first reaction too, when I first read the title.

docdivakar
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re: 10 Electrical Engineers Everyone Should Follow On Twitter
docdivakar   3/22/2013 7:33:17 PM
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Duane, thanks! The link works only when the trailing 'period' is removed. I know you meant it as punctuation mark but the hyperlink carried it! Good resource nonetheless. MP Divakar

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