Trevor has been hard at work for the last few weeks and we're excited to be able to share his new project with you all today. It's called WEBCOMICTWEETS and it's a social media aggregator for the webcomics-o-sphere!
Kayla asks: Q: If you--the major problem-solvers out there--could chose any major world problem to fix what would it be? You can choose anyone to work with, no time limits or budget constraints. Actual PLANS to fix these problems need not be included. I just want to know what you engineers think are the biggest and most worthwhile problems out there in the world that you'd like to wrangle if given free reign! :)
Launch party over! I'm making a note here... HUGE SUCCESS.
To be completely honest with you, when I committed myself to doing a solo launch party for my book, I was really nervous. Well, it turns out I didn't need to be worried, we packed the coffee-haus with Reds!
I’m a MechE student, and I love it - even the homework that makes you stay up all night. Unfortunately, I have despised the two engineering companies I've co-oped with. I love school, but I hate the corporate environment. Is there anywhere I can still be an engineer, but get out of the horrible cubiclefarms?
Hey everyone! I feel I need to say something briefly about this before I move on, so here we go - I got married! It was pretty awesome. I have been working on that day for a year and a half. I could write a whole book about the process and the day, but for now I'll just give you the TOP FIVE ways that our wedding day was epic.
Hey everyone, just a quick heads up on a few things:
I'm going kind of crazy lately. It's nothing serious, but finishing the wedding planning, undertaking a major home renovation and trying to finish the book all at the same time is leaving me wanting extra headspace.
So I'm declaring a hiatus -- from everything that's not essential. The comic will still go up weekly (yay) BUT you will notice:
…you actually stumped a few of us with that question, Neil!
Many of our previous questions have demonstrated the breadth of engineering as a discipline, but I think this month’s question has finally revealed what we all have in common. “Just give us an interesting problem to solve and we’ll be happy.”
This is my convention report for Stumptown 2010!! Hopefully the video thing will be easier in the future, I had to re-teach myself a bunch of stuff today, heh. AT LEAST It’S DONE. I think I missed one or two “fun”s.