Posts Tagged ‘Engineers’

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FRIDAY FUNNY: Engineering A Sense Of Humor, Revisited

Back in August 2008, I posted a collection of engineering jokes which is still one of FacilityBlog's most popular posts to date. Here are some more funny stories and jokes about engineers, planners, project managers, and the rest of the people involved in that...Read More...

FRIDAY FUNNY: Ticket Please!

Here's a little joke about engineers and HR professionals that may have been bouncing around on the web for some...Read More...

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FRIDAY FUNNY: Mind Blowing Rubik’s Cube Juggling AND Solving

Check out Ravi Fernando, aka "Sir Ravi the Juggler," a Standford University mathematics undergraduate student who can solve a Rubik's Cube while...Read More...

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FRIDAY FUNNY: Not All Field Tests Are Successful

Two goofy engineers have their way with some technology and prove that not every field test is a...Read More...

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Study Warns of Sequestration Impacts To NASA, NOAA Programs

New report examines how budget cuts would put at risk 22,500+ jobs and harm regions with innovative aerospace clusters. (Free download...Read More...

FRIDAY FUNNY: Johnny CAN Read, And Engineers Prove It

FRIDAY FUNNY: Johnny CAN Read, And Engineers Prove It

This feel good story explains how local engineering firms have sponsored reading/mentoring projects as part of the Engineering Better Readers program developed by the Engineers' Leadership...Read More...

FRIDAY FUNNY: A Penny For Your Thoughts

FRIDAY FUNNY: A Penny For Your Thoughts

The engineering mind is a fascinating thing. When an engineer comes on the scene, the most common objects—a stack of pennies, for instance—can be transformed into just about any architectural...Read More...

Bonus Feature: The Handbook To Building – MasterFormat

This standard, used traditionally for the construction industry, is expanding to include facility management responsibilities. From the March 2003 issue....Read More...