Submitted by Katherine Bonfante on Thu, 07/24/2008 - 13:56
Coverage from the ASBPE 2008 Conference in Kansas City, MO. Katy Tomasulo, Deputy Editor for Building Products and EcoHome emphasized the importance of writing for the Web at the ASBPE 2008 Conference. Getting readers to visit the magazine’s website is essential.
Category: Controlglobal features shameless self promotion commentary ControlGlobal staff Control magazine digital edition Shameless Self Congratulation
Submitted by waltboyes on Wed, 07/02/2008 - 11:35
Some of you (in fact, I truly hope that all of you) have noticed that www.controlglobal.com has a new look, effective yesterday. We hope you like it. We tried to make it easier to find things, with the detailed drop-down menus from the tabs located at the top of the...
Category: engineering education commentary ControlGlobal staff Dust Networks Nancy Bartels Engineering role playing game Robert Shear
Submitted by waltboyes on Sun, 01/27/2008 - 19:36
At the ISA Expo 2008 Conference Planning Committee meeting this weekend, Robert Shear from Dust Networks told me how much he agreed with Nancy Bartels, who posted a great idea a few weeks ago-- that we ought to be building components for the Sims and Second Life, and other simulation...
Submitted by waltboyes on Fri, 10/19/2007 - 16:56
I am delighted almost beyond words (yeah, right...) to be able to announce that Paul Miller, who many of you know was the voice of Foxboro and then Invensys for the past 21 years, has joined the staff of Control as a Contributing Editor.
Category: cyber security standards S99 Joe Weiss ControlGlobal staff Homeland Security NERC ISCI Internet security House Committee on Homeland Security
Submitted by waltboyes on Thu, 10/18/2007 - 10:33
"If one industry is vulnerable, they all could be," Weiss says. In direct, honest and riveting testimony before the House Committee on Homeland Security, Control's "other blogger" Joe Weiss yesterday hammered NERC, FERC and called NERC's attitude toward cybersecurity "alarming at best and negligent at worst," while he recommended that...
Submitted by waltboyes on Tue, 09/18/2007 - 12:34
I am pretty ruthlessly pragmatic, and I've often said that based on my own experience in plants, I know where Control magazine is often stored and read: the "vertical library" atop the back of the ubiquitous porcelain convenience located just off the control room, or right near the instrument shop.
Category: system integration ERP ControlGlobal staff AutomationXchange Dan Hebert OSIsoft Emerson Exchange Oracle SAP
Submitted by nbartels on Wed, 09/12/2007 - 11:10
Most of the gang is working long hours doing the electronic show daily at Emerson Exchange, and Walt is smoking up the wires with blog entries live from beautiful downtown Grapevine, Texas. Meanwhile, back at the Itasca ranch, we're getting reports in from the rest of the process automation world.
Category: Controlglobal features commentary Katherine Bonfante ControlGlobal staff Control en EspaÃ±ol
Submitted by waltboyes on Thu, 08/23/2007 - 16:05
In English: With the ever increasing number of readers from outside North America, we've been looking for ways to improve our ability to serve those readers, and yet retain the tight control over quality of article and resource that Control and ControlGlobal.com is famous for.
Submitted by waltboyes on Mon, 07/09/2007 - 18:37
We are pleased to welcome Katherine Bonfante to our team here at Control and controlglobal.com, as well as at ControlDesign and Industrial Networking. Katherine joined us today as the new Digital Managing Editor for controlglobal.com and controldesign.com, replacing Rick Pedraza, who is pursuing new opportunities.