Rested and Ready for the Second Decade

by | Feb 29, 2016 | Event, Miscellaneous

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Editor

Blog look and feel circa 1996.

Blog look and feel circa 2006.

Today marks the start of my second decade of blogging. I appreciate all of your support over the years through your visits, comments, emails and calls.

Throughout the last decade, I hope that at least a few of the posts have helped you in managing some aspects of this most difficult of procession in our world of process instrumentation and automation.

The mission, “Connecting with the People behind the Technologies and Expertise” remains as true today as it did with the blog’s inaugural post, Welcome to Emerson Process Management Experts.

In fact, our energies include not only connecting you with the experts here on the blog, but also connecting with them in the Emerson Exchange 365 community, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube and more.

I expect that the next ten years will bring even better communications technologies and ways to connect to help you run your process manufacturing and production facilities even more safely, reliably and efficiently than is possible today.

Thank you!

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