an apology to Yokogawa...

Dec. 7, 2005
Generally, we pull articles of interest from this blog, and elsewhere, to feature in InProcess. It had been my intention to feature the article Keith Larson contributed to this blog on the recent 90th anniversary celebration of Yokogawa in Japan. Unfortunately, the copy got dropped, and it will not appear in the December print magazine. I don't want Yokogawa to feel slighted. It was inadvertent and not intentional. It will app...
Generally, we pull articles of interest from this blog, and elsewhere, to feature in InProcess. It had been my intention to feature the article Keith Larson contributed to this blog on the recent 90th anniversary celebration of Yokogawa in Japan. Unfortunately, the copy got dropped, and it will not appear in the December print magazine. I don't want Yokogawa to feel slighted. It was inadvertent and not intentional. It will appear on ControlGlobal.com as fast as the elves can get it up, and it will appear in the January issue of CONTROL. I take responsibility for events like this. It is my name on the door. My apologies to Messrs Johnson, Lau, and of course to Uchida-san. Walt

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