As promised, Blog Quest is back, as a continuing series. I have gone back to all my old postings and labeled them under the category Blog Quest 2.0. Thus, you can now easily review all my past reviews ... including the all time favorite Code Rap! However, rather than living in the past let's move on to the the present and future. For these initial entries you have both me and a favorite tech blog friend of mine, Chris Gammell to thank (take a look at his blog, Analog Life). Anyhow, Chris chimes in with these submissions:
- Flying Flux: What can I say about a blog with kind of name. If you read this blogger's profile you will learn he is a "worker bee" and "engineer" for a large multi-national who lives in the land of the snow (fits in well with the Northstar Nerd). The blog is fun and often irreverant.
Next we move on to ... (also from Chris)
- Energy Czar Nation: I'm not sure what I can say about an engineer whose two most recent posts are It's Almost 2010 ... Where's My Flying Car and The Personal Super Computer in Your Pocket. Rick Zarr is the Chief Technologist of PowerWise® Solutions at National Semiconductor, and seems to have a serious geek rating! Worth a visit.
And finally, I had better do some work myself ... a trip to the MatLab world (actually I learned of this blog through a post on another favorite engineering blog, Blinkdagger. Anyhow, here is my new submission:
- Undocumented MatLab: Yair Altman's blog may not be as exciting as "everything you always wanted to know about sex, but we're afraid to ask" ... but when it comes to Matlab, Yair knows his stuff. Take a look.
And that ends today's submissions. As always, I'll get around to adding these in the Engineering Learning Wiki.