Is Google the best resource for young engineers?

June 14, 2013
Why the Internet is becoming the resource for industrial information.

This is the second edition of Control Design's quarterly column about the developing careers of several young engineers. Read the first entry, "Mapping your industrial career."

We are confronted by dilemmas every day. Many of us will pick up the phone to call someone we know has the answer, but with the way technology has advanced in the last decade, a common phrase we tell ourselves and others when looking for answers is, "Just Google it."

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