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Content posted in February 2008
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A vintage mono cassette recorder
CAD/CAM Corner 
2/29/2008  Post a comment
Honda: Soaring Steel Tags Boost Aluminum
Engineering Materials 
2/28/2008  Post a comment
CES Technologies: Awesome and Bizarre
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2/25/2008  Post a comment
CES highlights refrigerators with iPods; Tasers with MP3 players
Matching Patients with Meds Avoids Mistakes
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2/25/2008  Post a comment
Software improves the dispensing of patient-specific medications
Get Past Going It Alone
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2/25/2008  Post a comment
Just because you can do it yourself doesn't mean you should
A New Approach to a Continuously Variable Transmission
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Totally mechanical design holds promise for improved performance
Lutz Sticks To His Guns On Global Warming
Electronic News & Comment 
2/22/2008  Post a comment
Intel Delivers Eight-Core Gaming Platform
Electronic News & Comment 
2/21/2008  Post a comment
Molding 2008: US Molders Are Still Sinking
Engineering Materials 
2/18/2008  Post a comment
History of the Intel CPU
CAD/CAM Corner 
2/7/2008  Post a comment
More Memory for iPhone
Electronic News & Comment 
2/6/2008  Post a comment
CES: Awesome and Bizarre
Electronic News & Comment 
2/6/2008  Post a comment
CFRP, Kenaf Cut Weight of Toyota 1/X
Engineering Materials 
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Today, It's All about the Algorithms
Blog 
2/4/2008  Post a comment
A new automated coffee store in New York highlights why engineers increasingly need software skills
Embedded RFID: 'RFID as a Feature'
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2/4/2008  Post a comment
Technology enhances product by allowing interaction
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