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Content posted in June 2012
Is social media worthless?
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6/20/2012   37 comments
In 2010, engineers seemed downright hostile to Twitter and social media in general. How has the feeling changed since then?
Engineering mischief and a legendary racing shocker
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6/14/2012   3 comments
Legendary racing engineer Mario Illien of Illmore Engineering talks about the famous Mercedes-Benz 500I development
Can an engineer keep a clean desk?
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6/13/2012   29 comments
Can an engineer, who had a messy desk, keep one clean after a corporate move? Will that affect his or her innovation?
Gary Smith kicks off DAC with his industry commentary
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6/5/2012   Post a comment
Gary Smith started off the first morning of DAC serenading the early attendees of the pavilion panel with live music. He regretted that they were performing these days without Aart De Geus...


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Just a few minutes ago as I pen these words, I posted this blog about this month's Cartoon Punchline Competition over on EEWeb.com.