Walt Stanish
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teamwork

You shoulda took a philosophy course,duh..there's objective and subjective, real and spiritual, ie dualistic thinking which must be recognized and used effectively.Engineering, mostly real world stuff, depends on psychology, that is, people stuff to get made or become "real." Many mechanically inclined engineers know little about the actual functions of the electronic components included, relying on another engineer to make a design work. The rest of the organization probably knows nothing…See More
Feb 5, 2010
Walt Stanish posted a blog post

laziness

I can't worry about damage to the moon,when our oceans continue to be used as a dump. Nonetheless, any gamer will tell you it's no fun unless there is a challenge. Engineers MUST find elegant, "safe" solutions because its the "right" thing to do. The easy, cheap, quick way is usually the dumbest and , indirectly, most costly.
Dec 1, 2009
Walt Stanish commented on John R. Gyorki's blog post Who designs microwave ovens?
"Don't ask me to explain why, but I've opened up lots of microwaves. One thing that fascinates me is, in some models, the wiring looks like a splat of spaghetti compared to others with cable ties, aligned bundles, etc. When such obvious…"
Aug 14, 2009
Walt Stanish posted a blog post

Inventor alert

I wrote the newsletter for the American Society of Inventors in the 1990's and asked members to think about this market several times. One of our Board was involved with a group that evaluated invention ideas for the handicapped. Getting people interested is not easy.I've also been the primary caregiver for my elderly parents for 16 years now--dealing with many of the tasks you listed. It's far worse than the glimpse you offer in your wonderful piece. Imagine this: with the current epidemics of…See More
May 26, 2009
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May 26, 2009

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ergonomic handles
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teamwork

Posted on February 5, 2010 at 1:09pm 0 Comments

You shoulda took a philosophy course,duh..
there's objective and subjective, real and spiritual, ie dualistic thinking which must be recognized and used effectively.
Engineering, mostly real world stuff, depends on psychology, that is, people stuff to get made or become "real." Many mechanically inclined engineers know little about the actual functions of the electronic components included, relying on another engineer to make a design work. The rest of the organization probably…
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laziness

Posted on December 1, 2009 at 8:16am 0 Comments

I can't worry about damage to the moon,when our oceans continue to be used as a dump. Nonetheless, any gamer will tell you it's no fun unless there is a challenge. Engineers MUST find elegant, "safe" solutions because its the "right" thing to do. The easy, cheap, quick way is usually the dumbest and , indirectly, most costly.

Inventor alert

Posted on May 26, 2009 at 3:59pm 0 Comments

I wrote the newsletter for the American Society of Inventors in the 1990's and asked members to think about this market several times. One of our Board was involved with a group that evaluated invention ideas for the handicapped. Getting people interested is not easy.

I've also been the primary caregiver for my elderly parents for 16 years now--dealing with many of the tasks you listed. It's far worse than the glimpse you offer in your wonderful piece. Imagine this: with the current… Continue
 
 
 

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