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Connecting Process Manufacturers and Automation Suppliers

Posted in Miscellaneous on Thursday, August 16th, 2012. 4 comments so far
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Some of Dilbert’s favorite targets are sales and marketing folks. Some of this may be well deserved in the way we perform our communications. The good news is that ISA puts on a Marketing and Sales Summit to help us improve and make our communications more relevant to automation professionals. I had the opportunity to […]

Problem Solving Through Social Networks in Automation and Manufacturing Guest Post

Posted in Communities, Miscellaneous on Thursday, July 26th, 2012. No comments yet
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I had a chance to meet Sabisu’s Ben Widdowson, when we were on a social media panel at the ARC World Industry Forum earlier this year. The U.K.-based Sabisu team makes products that connect people with key information in the enterprise. Ben asked if I’d like to share some perspectives with their blog readers, which […]

Jobs in the Process Automation Industry

Posted in Miscellaneous on Thursday, July 19th, 2012. One comment so far
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Control magazine has a cover story, Process Automation Jobs: Help Wanted. From my vantage reading the Twitter searches, Twitter lists, LinkedIn groups, LinkedIn company pages with the brands around Emerson, I see this in spades. Senior Technical Editor Dan Hebert opens: Overall, unemployment in the United States and worldwide is at record high levels. A […]

Enjoy Your Holidays!

Posted in Miscellaneous on Monday, December 19th, 2011. One comment so far

As I’ve done this time of year over the 5+ years of this blog, I’ll not be posting over the next two weeks for the holidays. I hope you’ll consider joining me in enjoying your holiday season, relaxing, refreshing, and readying for 2012!

Wild Fire Spotting on My Twitter Search Feeds

Posted in Miscellaneous on Tuesday, September 6th, 2011. 2 comments so far

Most of Texas has been living through an exceptional drought with Central Texas in its driest 10-month spell in recorded history. The recent tropical storm that hit our neighboring state, Louisiana, coupled with a cool front, brought high winds to the area–a perfect recipe for wildfires. I’ve been keeping an eye on the Twitter hashtags, […]