Some facts about myself:
Employed in the electronics industry and in industrial controls for a variety of companies. Worked as an electronics engineer in aerospace, medical electronics, electronic controls and instrumentation and as a sales engineer, which included installation and commissioning of a wide variety of process control instrumentation:flow measurements, gas detectors, fluid analyzers, strip chart and electronic data recorders and many types of wireless communications as well. Sold OEM electronic products such as power supplies, motors, motor controllers, etc. In my early years, I served as an development engineer in medical research, at the United States Public Health Service headquarters in Bethesda Maryland.
I have always taken an interest in the “green movement” and will continue to blog and investigate interesting trends and how we perceive green living, and choose to operate within our natural environment. I like to operate with the notion that “knowledge is power” and will attempt to examine how “green technologies” may be helpful, neutral or even possibly harmful, depending on the circumstances.