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Offline MrPlacid

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A show at the workplace...
« on: June 21, 2010, 05:02:16 pm »
Maybe when the boss isn't looking, Dave can video the inside of his workplace. I would love to see the gears true professionals uses, the cleanliness of the workbench, how they store components & parts. It's probably be good for will be EEs to know what to expect.

If your coworkers are shy, have them wear paperbags while you're filming ;)
 

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Re: A show at the workplace...
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2010, 05:34:39 pm »
There are companies (like mine) were that type of activities is not tolerated, you can get fired !

But let's see what does he have to say.
 

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Re: A show at the workplace...
« Reply #2 on: June 21, 2010, 06:21:20 pm »
There are companies (like mine) were that type of activities is not tolerated, you can get fired !

Yeah, that thought crossed my mind. I remember Dave said one time that his boss recommend the workers to have blogs. And I see alot of "How It's Made" shows on tv and it seemed many companies like to show/displayed their products.

 Anyways, I purchased my SKIL iXo Screwdriver, because I saw one show how the company made gas chain saw. They showed the factory and R&D involved. Impressed with what I saw, when I saw the electric screw driver I knew instantly it was quality stuff. 

But, I wouldn't blame Dave or his boss if they decide not to do the show.
 

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Re: A show at the workplace...
« Reply #3 on: June 21, 2010, 10:41:29 pm »
Yeah, that thought crossed my mind. I remember Dave said one time that his boss recommend the workers to have blogs.

That's correct, they do actually encourage us to have and participate in blogs of all sorts.
But I deliberately leave work and the EEVblog totally separate, lest I accidentally say something they don't like.
Don't worry, you aren't missing anything, it's not your traditional engineering company.
This is where I wish I was actually still at my old company since starting this blog, I could have shown so much cool stuff, lots of interesting topics to talk about, and had the finest equipment slush money could buy.

Dave.
 


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