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Content posted in January 2012
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Generator Fries Household Appliances
Made by Monkeys 
1/4/2012  42 comments
Peter thought he was wise to have a generator on hand during a power outage -- that is, until he nearly burned down the house.
Gadget Freak Case #202: Frankenkindle – An Easier-to-Use Kindle
Gadget Freak 
1/3/2012  23 comments
To help his sister, who has cerebral palsy, Glenn Johnson created an easier-to-use Kindle by taking the controls from a children's V.Reader and routing them into the Kindle's interface board.
Responsibility & Integrity a Must in Manufacturing
Guest Blogs 
1/3/2012  16 comments
The decision to not make the fix made (short-term) financial sense, but in the long run, will it still be the right financial decision?
PCB Couldn’t Take the Heat
Made by Monkeys 
1/3/2012  22 comments
Sometimes when you fix an appliance, you're fixing problems that began in the design process.
Autodesk Starts Testing Android Design Review Mobile App
CAD/CAM Corner 
1/3/2012  12 comments
Six months after the release of Design Review mobile for Apple iOS devices, Autodesk is courting beta testers to help it ready the Android version.
Theory & Practice
Guest Blogs 
1/1/2012  Post a comment
We all know about the gap, now let's do something about it!
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