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Content posted in November 2000
Yes, do sweat the small stuff
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How many times have you been in a conversation with someone when they interrupt you before you
Changing the metrics
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The U.S. government has been toying with the idea of converting to the metric system for decades, but so far the impact appears to be limited to random usage on pricey bottled waters and dual-dimensioned highway signs and car speedometers.
Designers Corner
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Useful technology for your idea file
Websites vie for engineer's attention
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Design engineers, by and large, are a conservative lot, presumably made so by the serious nature of their job.
Supporting engineers is supporting the future
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Enclosure helps doctors see surgeries live
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11/6/2000  Post a comment
A new medical cart brings medical experts from around the world into the OR
E-gads! It's a virtual life
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E-signatures are just the latest addition to an ever-growing list of things that we can and have automated.
Designer's Corner
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Useful technology for your idea file
Global view of PT trends
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What do design engineers want from motors and drives?
ANSYS provides tools for student success
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One of the biggest challenges faced by academic institutions around the world is to maintain up-to-date systems that resemble real-world applications.
Switches get smarter and smaller
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Switches do more than turn on and off...
Are career jobs dead?
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Tips on guiding product development




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