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10 Electrical Engineers Everyone Should Follow on Twitter

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Charles Murray
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Charles Murray   4/16/2013 7:18:26 PM
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This list is truly a great resource, Nicolas. Thanks for putting this together!

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Mydesign   4/9/2013 7:16:07 AM
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You are right Elizabeth. Now a day's social medias are the main source of information and networking. So we should also to improve our presence through these types of online medias.

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Elizabeth M   4/8/2013 7:45:52 AM
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Appreciate this list, Nicholas. It's always good also for those of us writing for Design News to keep up with the latest information from the industry's top talents and visionaries. Going to Twitter now to start following...

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