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== Engineers & Electrons  ==
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== Abstract==
  
An informal, popularly-written history of electrical engineering. Spanning two centuries, it is as much a revelation of the human side of engineering as it is the description of the technical accomplishments of the profession.  
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<p>An informal, popularly-written history of electrical engineering. Spanning two centuries, it is as much a revelation of the human side of engineering as it is the description of the technical accomplishments of the profession. </p>
  
Written by John D. Ryder and Donald G. Fink.  
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<p>Written by John D. Ryder and Donald G. Fink. </p>
  
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== Citation and Link ==
  
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John D. Ryder and Donald G. Fink, <u>Engineers & Electrons: A Century of Electrical Progress</u>, (New York: IEEE Press, 1983).
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Revision as of 18:23, 2 April 2012

Abstract

An informal, popularly-written history of electrical engineering. Spanning two centuries, it is as much a revelation of the human side of engineering as it is the description of the technical accomplishments of the profession.

Written by John D. Ryder and Donald G. Fink.

Citation and Link

John D. Ryder and Donald G. Fink, Engineers & Electrons: A Century of Electrical Progress, (New York: IEEE Press, 1983).

Media:Engineers & Electrons.pdf