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Content posted in July 2011
It's a new TV season soon, and again, engineers are mostly missing
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7/29/2011   38 comments
Once again, it's doctors, lawyers, and police who get the attention; and maybe that's OK
A cornucopia of iPad apps (Part 1)
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7/25/2011   3 comments
Is it really just a little more than a month ago that I took the plunge and purchased an iPad? I find that hard to believe, because I can’t remember life without it…
Arguing with a phone
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7/14/2011   15 comments
Cabbies once were institutional knowledge machines for their regions. Now, they've surrendered to the machine.
The triumph of engineering
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7/8/2011   24 comments
The space shuttle program has come a long way, but perhaps not as far as engineering itself
when engineers retire
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7/6/2011   81 comments
What happens to the profession when we die?
When pushing the envelope requires breaking through barriers
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7/6/2011   Post a comment
How do you know if your test instrumentation is good enough for developing the latest technology?


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