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I've been blogging rather raggedly for the last week or so, mainly because I've been trying to get the July issue of CONTROL to the printer. Not having a managing editor right now (thank you, Siemens, for pirating my excellent managing editor, Steve Kuehn) it has been just loads of fun.
Ron Monday is a very sharp fellow. He is the president and CEO of a company most people have never heard of, but which is quite significant in automation. Ron builds OEM modules for Rockwell ControlLogix and for ProSoft.
Putman Media sets a record with 14 ASBPE Awards! The following is the list of Putman's ASBPE award winners: Design Award Winners Front Cover "” Computer Generated Under 80,000 circulation Gold Award "Time to Market Issue" Pharmaceutical Manufacturing February/March 2004 Stephen Herner, Agnes Shanley Front Cover "” Illustration Under 80,000...
It is hard, after having been to one of the slickest, best produced and highest information-transfer bandwidth user group meetings in the world last week, the Honeywell User Group, to drop back to the lower speed and lower information-transfer rate of an ARC Forum.
My biggest critique of ARC and the other TLA bandits (excuse me, I mean major knowledgebase consultants) has always been that they are very long on theory and very very short on implementation. Andy Chatha has apparently heard this from other people...you don't think he listens to me, do you?...like...
Being here in Phoenix, Keith Larson and I missed last nights regional ASBPE Awards Dinner in Chicago. Putman Media received more than its share of regional awards, and next week some of us will attend the national ASBPE awards dinner in Cleveland at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,...
Last night, Peter Zornio and his merry band of Honeywell elves stayed up late putting together answers for the questions users have submitted throughout the week. Today is Q&A Day, and it is the day when users expect straight, detailed answers from Honeywell to the questions they have asked.
We just got the second edition of the show daily to the email forwarder. I'm very pleased. This one is longer...has four articles, two by Keith Larson, and two by me. All of it, frankly, pretty good stuff.
Yesterday was "product day" and most of the presentations were by Honeywell personnel. Today it was the turn of users in specific industries to present over 60 concurrent paper sessions on subjects separated by industry vertical.
I walked into the demo room yesterday afternoon, and stopped dead. In front of me was Sue Lynch, business unit director for field instruments for Yokogawa. "Bet you didn't expect to see me here," she deadpanned.