Andrea Marson wrote a great post discussing the art of troubleshooting within the context of engineering. This is a topic that has a great deal of personal meaning to me as well, as a forensic analyst investigating high-stakes and complex disputes involving real estate and construction. Although Marson is an electronics and software professional, some … Continue reading Things you can’t learn in school: Troubleshooting
The upside to using modern electronic/smart door security systems in hotels across the globe is that it is really easy to check guests in and out, replace lost keys, and prevent former guests from reusing their key to gain unauthorized access. The downside is that the smarter these security systems become, the more susceptible they … Continue reading Building security and safety susceptible to attack by hackers – this time it was a luxury hotel
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Nothing looks cooler than a desk with an array of giant monitors. But if you aren't working for NASA or as a day trader, does having all those monitors help with productivity? Lifehacker addresses the issue by taking a deeper look at published studies:
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