posted in August 2011
Keep Your Engineering Skills up to Date
Mechatronics Zone 
8/23/2011  14 comments
Contributing Technical Editor Jon Titus shares his thoughts on how to stay current in a competitive job market.
An Unexpected Failure Mechanism
Mechatronics Zone 
8/17/2011  20 comments
The most solid part of a device can fail even though we test it thoroughly and don't expect it to fail over the life of a product.
The Dawning of the Office Robot
Electronics News 
8/12/2011  11 comments
Anybots' QB wants to be your avatar - and make business travel obsolete.
Video: Would You Buy a Chevy Volt?
Automotive News 
8/9/2011  63 comments
What would it take to make you buy the Chevy Volt?
Getting Started With Proximity Sensing
Mechatronics Zone 
8/5/2011  7 comments
Two-minute development kit review: Engineers who need an optical proximity sensor that accounts for ambient light need this kit.
Animatronic Butterfly Completes Wedding Day Look
Gadget Freak 
8/4/2011  9 comments
User fiveMarch on Instructables was asked by a friend to design a moving butterfly that she could wear as a hair clip on her wedding day.

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