Control Engineering launches Twitter coverage and LinkedIn group
Follow sustainable and energy efficient technologies products via David Greenfield, Control Engineering editorial director Twitter posts at twitter.com/djgreenfield.
David Greenfield, Control Engineering editorial director, has launched his coverage of sustainable/efficient technologies and products via Twitter. You can follow his posts at twitter.com/djgreenfield .
“For those interested in keeping up with my reports on sustainability and energy efficiency—as well as other sources of information on these topics—my updates on Twitter will make it easy to keep up with the latest news and insights that I run across,” said Greenfield.
“I pore over sustainable, efficiency-centered information on a daily basis, so connecting interested followers to the best of it via Twitter seemed like an obvious—and helpful—resource to provide,” he added.
Greenfield is also the admin of the Control Engineering “Automation & Control” group on Facebook which has attracted more than 2,000 members since its launch in January. To access the Facebook group, create a free account at www.facebook.com , and then follow this direct link — budurl.com/qrcv — to the group.
Control Engineering has also launched a companion group on Linked-In at budurl.com/ry6c .
At www.twitter.com/ControlEngTips , get a Control Engineering tip of the day via Twitter on controls, automation, instrumentation, sensors, networks, system integration, and related trends and technologies found at www.controleng.com. Mark T. Hoske, Control Engineering editor in chief, assembles the tips.
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