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EE Times at 50

EE Times at 50

Congratulations to EE Times!  This year is its 50th anniversary, and it’s served the industry well over those five decades. As they put it themselves: Since 1972, Electronic Engineering Times has been delivering news and analysis geared for electrical engineers....

EE Times at 50

Congratulations to EE Times!  This year is its 50th anniversary, and it’s served the industry well over those five decades. As they put it themselves: Since 1972, Electronic Engineering Times has been delivering news and analysis geared for electrical engineers....

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Vanity awards: just say no

Vanity awards: just say no

We all get them: those unsolicited emails that tell you there's a shiny award with your name on it. But of course, when you read the detail, there's a cost involved. It's just a money-making scheme, with no merit whatsoever. This is different, of course, from paying...

MWC bounces back

MWC bounces back

Finally, MWC Barcelona was more or less back to normal this year - after the cancelled 2020 event and probably-should-have-been-cancelled 2021 show (which was more selective in its appeal).  There were 61,000 attendees, and the feedback I’ve had from several...

Which online style guide is best?

Which online style guide is best?

Nobody asked, but in case you’re wondering, here are three excellent style guides you can find for free online:    BBC News Guardian / Observer Telegraph These are based around British English – for Americans, the best source is probably the AP...

Where next for CES?

Where next for CES?

This week was CES in Las Vegas, traditionally one of the biggest trade shows anywhere in the world. Despite the surge in Omicron cases, the organisers decided to persevere with a face-to-face event – even though many of the biggest exhibitors pulled out. Did it work?...

The joy of ghost writing

The joy of ghost writing

As a copywriter, almost all my work is used without any credit. Which is of course, absolutely the way it should be. But I still do get a buzz from seeing my writing once it’s published, often amplified by the fact that I’ve got no idea where or when it’s going to...

Solar windows: the future’s bright

Solar windows: the future’s bright

It sounds simple, but it’s taken years to develop – instead of solar panels on your roof, why not use your windows to filter out some of the sunlight, and generate electricity? Think about how many windows there are in any city, and in particular in large office...

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