Submitted by nbartels on Wed, 05/02/2012 - 09:19
Our Sr. Technical Editor, Dan Hebert, has sent in the following report about the spring meeting of the CSIA.
Category: cybersecurity Controlglobal features Joe Weiss shameless self promotion Dan Hebert Jim Montague Keith Larson Greg McMillan Stan Weiner Bela Liptak Internet security Dept. of Homeland Security Control Talk Mark Nixon
Submitted by nbartels on Tue, 10/07/2008 - 11:40
Nancy here, sneaking into the blog-posting station again while Walt's not looking.
Category: engineer humor S95 Controlglobal features shameless self promotion Andrew Bond counterfeiting Dan Hebert Jim Montague Keith Larson Greg McMillan Bela Liptak ISA-95
Submitted by nbartels on Tue, 10/30/2007 - 13:49
Got an email from Walt this morning. "Got home at 7:00 last night. Still dead. Going back to bed now. See you in the morning." So you can expect some good and tasty Walt-isms starting tomorrow.
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: standards Controlglobal features shameless self promotion commentary Katherine Bonfante Dan Hebert Control en EspaÃ±ol Jim Montague Keith Larson Greg McMillan Stan Weiner Jay Abshier Bela Liptak
Submitted by nbartels on Tue, 08/28/2007 - 17:39
If the editor in chief goes on vacation and no one know where, does the magazine blog cease to exist? Not necessarily. At least not if he made the mistake of giving his managing editor the password to the posting software.
Submitted by waltboyes on Thu, 07/12/2007 - 19:05
From Dan's Technically Speaking column in the August issue of Control: Technical types are often so fond of elegant smart solutions they forget about simpler, almost-as-effective dumb ones. Boy, isn't that the truth? You'll have to wait a while to read the rest of Dan's column, but it will surely...