Torrance, Calif. – LEDtronics Inc.'s 9-mm light-emitting diode (LED) flashlight lamps fit almost any two- or three-cell flashlights. They provide common flashlights with a solid-state, durable, weather-resistant bulb with no gases to heat, filaments to break or glass globes to shatter, according to LEDtronics.

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<p>Apple and other consumer electronics companies insist they have no choice but to outsource manufacturing of their products to companies like Foxconn. While the Times article buys Apple’s line that making the iPhone in China is not about the cheap labor, it is a fact that Foxconn can build a plant (with the help of the Chinese state) and hire thousands of workers at the drop of a hat.</p>

Torrance, Calif. – LEDtronics Inc.'s 9-mm light-emitting diode (LED) flashlight lamps fit almost any two- or three-cell flashlights. They provide common flashlights with a solid-state, durable, weather-resistant bulb with no gases to heat, filaments to break or glass globes to shatter, according to LEDtronics.

But I was thinking : what else do I routinely bring when faced with an improvised, unexpected, or unusual repair challenge? Sure, I take tools such as various pliers, screwdrivers (standard and Phillips, or -” and +”, as someone once called them), or even better, a screwdriver handle with many different bits, plus a knife, a hammer, and an adjustable wrench—but a repair takes more than just the tools, in most cases.

My take it with me” list includes duct tape, of course, but also:

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•Small and large paper clips

•Heat-shrink tubing, both thin-wall and thick-wall, and from skinny (1/8 inch) to large (1-inch or more); I also like the kind that has internal heat-sensitive glue: when you shrink it, the glue melts to form a water-tight seal, and adds rigidity as well

•A handful of nylon tie wraps, medium length, plus a longer, wider one I picked up at a trade show

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•Metal hose clamps, small and medium (you can chain these in series for a longer clamp)

•Medium wire, #14 AWG

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•Some small screws, nuts, and washers, of various lengths

What indispensable items do you bring in your emergency just in case” kit, for those hard-to-plan repairs? ?

When we wrote about The Reagan Years” in the 1988 EE Times Annual Salary & Opinion Survey,” a similar revolutionary tool had transformed engineering from the beginning to the end of a presidency. In that case it was the personal computer. We can't credit either Reagan or Clinton for these developments, of course (though Vice President Al Gore tried to claim the Net for himself). But their presidencies do provide nice timeline references. It puts into perspective how new these developments are. And it reminds us that the practice of modern-day engineering has been reinventing itself about once a decade.

Not only that, but it's spawned a whole new industry, the dot-com phenomenon, about which our readers have plenty of opinions. Not all are positive. For example, one reader still maintains that it's a fad.”

The biggest bonus of the Internet has to be increased productivity. Remember the fat distributor books that couldn't keep you up to date on changing prices and availability? The Net offers the ability to get data sheets that are current and available, in a timely manner,” a designer says. I can also get an idea of price without having to call a distributor.”

The Net also streamlines research. I use the Internet sites to research current government regulations that affect our products/systems,” an Arizona section head writes, illustrating the Net's non-technical uses.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Transmeta Corp. here has beaten Intel Corp. and Via Technologies Inc. for a major x86-based microprocessor design win at ViA Inc., a Burnsville, Minn.-based supplier of wearable computers for commercial applications.

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