Control's April 2010 Digital Issue Is Ready

April 2010 CoverControl's April issue is now online and ready for viewing.

In Control's April issue we explore how mobile technology is untethering both workers and data from fixed screens and control rooms, how new flowmeters helped a Colorado water district get better usage accuracy and save a precious resource at the same time, the safety/security cobo, control mode switching and adventures in STEM for potential engineers.

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  • <p>Mobile technologies really make people come together easily. With all this <a href="" title="On Taxes, the Tea Party and a real cure for tax day woes">Tea Party</a> business going on (even though the original concerned import duties, not an actual income tax) and since tax day is passing by, I wondered just how unfair US taxes are. While it does send some running for payday cash advances, for OECD countries, we really pay very reasonable taxes. The UK pays 50% of earnings, in the US the tax scale tops at 35%. Numerous European countries do not protest about their taxes as loudly – and I discovered that they drink a lot beer than we do per person per year. So it logically follows that if the Tea Party protesters drank one more beer per day, they wouldn't be as agitated. </p>


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