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App that suits my needs
Posted:01/06/2015,08:46:23 PM by eeLife
Max's recent blog (I've been a naughty engineer) sent me rummaging through my own notebooks for something I wrote a while back:    Keeping a record of the design progress, measured results, decisions made, and calculations performed are all part of the job description for any ....
Ring clock progress report
Posted:01/06/2015,07:48:33 PM by eeLife
Ever since I’ve known Max, I have figured that there is no keeping up with him or even beating him -- that is until now when he challenged me to a design-off contest over who could build the best pixel ring clock. So I thought to give it a whirl.   This is a work in progress. Co....
Remembering Claude Shannon
Posted:29/05/2015,06:22:25 PM by Bernard Cole
While recently reading The Information: a history, a theory, a flood, (Harper Collins, 2013) by James Gleick, I was reminded of something that I had almost forgotten: April 30 would have been Claude Shannon's 99th birthday (he was born in 1916), the father of modern information theory. It is .....
I've been a naughty engineer
Posted:29/05/2015,06:09:01 PM by Clive Maxfield
I've recently come to the realization that I've been a naughty, naughty engineer. I deserve to be chastised soundly because I've been neglecting my logbook.   It's my own fault. I have no one to blame but myself. I was instructed as to the need to maintain a logbook as part.....
Thoughts on industry and change
Posted:29/05/2015,05:54:52 PM by eeLife
Technology continually changes, forcing managers at all companies to evaluate their present market position. New approaches that yield cheaper and more powerful solutions for customers that are might erode a company's product offerings. These may come from established companies or from start-u....
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