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In 1963, when I started in engineering school, there were two tracks that an electrical engineering student could choose from — electronics or power. Electronics was about solid state devices such as transistors. (The Intel microprocessor was not to come until 1971).

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Where Were You When…?

Most of us remember vividly where we were on September 11, 2001. In my case, I was in Danbury, Connecticut in the board room at Bristol Technology meeting with their CEO, Keith Blackwell. Remember where you were when you first

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Continuity of Thought

The most irritating form of privacy intrusion is the increasing trend in video advertising. As print advertising declines, the Internet is awash in advertising. Publishers must receive income to cover the cost of quality journalism and creative productions. The question is how the income

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Folks on Spokes – 3

The Hammock Dunes Bicycle Club members call themselves “Folks on Spokes”. The group varies between a few and a dozen. Today, six of us enjoyed a 30-mile ride. We met at the south gate of Hammock Dunes at 8am and headed south on A1A.

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Tomorrow’s Nurse

The American healthcare system continues to evolve to meet new needs. Nurses will play increasingly important and expanded roles. They will be vital for our aging population with chronic illnesses. Nurses will take on new duties as technological advances include genomics, genetics, informatics,

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