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Rob Spiegel
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RE: Another tough choice
Rob Spiegel   10/8/2013 8:15:35 AM
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This link is very helpful. Thanks MrDon.

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RE: Another tough choice
mrdon   10/7/2013 5:15:51 PM
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Rob,

There's some very interesting information regarding Ethical Engineering on Wikipedia. See the link below.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Engineering_ethics

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RE: Another tough choice
mrdon   10/7/2013 5:09:46 PM
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Rob,

 

Got the email with the instructions. Thanks!

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RE: Another tough choice
Rob Spiegel   10/7/2013 4:58:21 PM
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Let me check into this MrDon. In the meantime, could you let me know what subjects get covered in ethical engineering?

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RE: Another tough choice
Rob Spiegel   10/7/2013 4:56:35 PM
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Got it, MrDon. The instructions are on the way. Can't wait to see gadgets coming in from you and your students.

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RE: Another tough choice
mrdon   10/7/2013 2:07:02 PM
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Rob,

I know the Gadget Freak videos are inspiring me to continue researching the latest technologies and share them with my students. Just curious if Design News is looking for blogging material on ethical engineering: if so when shall the first blog be posted?

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RE: Another tough choice
mrdon   10/7/2013 2:01:14 PM
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Rob,

 

I most definitely will send you my email address. Thanks!

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RE: Another tough choice
Rob Spiegel   10/1/2013 2:27:16 PM
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Hey MrDon, send me an email (so I will have your email), and I'll send along the detailed instructions:  rob.spiegel@ubm.com

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RE: Another tough choice
Rob Spiegel   10/1/2013 2:25:35 PM
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Thanks MrDon. I hope the videos inspire your students. Let's hear about ethical engineering. Is it new? What does it cover. Sounds like a good blog for Design News.

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less cuteness but still cool
NadineJ   9/30/2013 10:19:51 PM
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Ater seeing the post for round 3, I realised that I missed round 2.  These are all cool. 

It's fun to revisit the best of the best.

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