I’ve been kind of MIA the last few days, because I’ve been busy becoming a grandfather. My daughter, Andrea Boyes, gave birth on Saturday to her first child, and my first grandchild. Tristan Alexander Boyes-Williams came into the world at 12:13 pm, weighing almost eight pounds and twenty-one inches long. A nice big addition to the next generation. This is the kind of moment … [Read more...] about And a new generation…
Help a Saint Louis FLL (Lego League) Team Do Research!
I received this from the coach of the FLL team: Phil Speth, Shaw Please send this far and wide. It isn't just for St. Louis, but anyone who can take the survey. Our Lego Team needs your help. Our 4th Grade Lego Team is looking at how we dispose of medicines. This year in FLL (Lego Robotics) we are all about our water. One BIG!! problem is the incredible amount of medicines … [Read more...] about Help a Saint Louis FLL (Lego League) Team Do Research!
Women in Automation- Emerson Exchange Zooms In
Emerson Exchange Casts Spotlight in Changes in Women's Contributions to Automation by Joy Ward This is another article that would have been in the October INSIDER-- part of the coverage of Emerson Exchange 2017. If you like this kind of reporting and analysis, subscribe to the INSIDER at www.spitzerandboyes.com/insider. The recent Emerson Exchange did an excellent job of … [Read more...] about Women in Automation- Emerson Exchange Zooms In
Rockwell’s PSUG 2017 Kicks Off in Houston!
My tweets from this morning’s PSUG general session: Mon, 10:37: #ROKPSUG 860 attendees this year. The baby done growed up! Mon, 10:40: Steve Pulsifer kicks off PSUG https://t.co/kVbjYMckhc Mon, 10:41: Jim Winter keynotes #ROKPSUG by talking about the connected enterprise. Mon, 10:42: #ROKPSUG The connected enterprise... https://t.co/GKLzMH7UsZ Mon, 10:44: #ROKPSUG Enabling IIoT … [Read more...] about Rockwell’s PSUG 2017 Kicks Off in Houston!
Computer Crash Takes Out October INSIDER
As a result of a normal upgrade of Windows 10, the computer on which we make the INSIDER has suffered a catastrophic failure. According to the repair shop, it isn't worth repairing, so they are taking the data off for us. It will take about a week to get the data back, and so we have decided to produce an October/November issue at the end of November. But we'd like to try … [Read more...] about Computer Crash Takes Out October INSIDER