Archive for November, 2009

Nov25th

Too often in the world of web publishing

Too often in the world of web publishing, so-called technical enhancements are made to websites that do little more than confound the sites’ users, rather than enhance their experience. (more…)

Nov18th

When the recession came a knocking on its door

When the recession came a knocking on its door, the Small to Medium sized Enterprise (SME) was badly affected. So much so that the Managing Director had no option but to shorten the working week and drop the pay of his employees by ten per cent. (more…)

Nov11th

Despite the fact that the company considered him an invaluable asset

Despite the fact that the company considered him an invaluable asset, the middle-aged engineer had never been promoted, and frankly, that suited him to a tee. You see, the one thing that he dearly loved was to engineer new products, not to oversee the work of others. (more…)

Nov4th

The marketing manager at the LCD television manufacturer was well aware of the fact that there were plenty of people that were still watching television on old cathode ray tube sets

The marketing manager at the LCD television manufacturer was well aware of the fact that there were plenty of people that were still watching television on old cathode ray tube sets. (more…)

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Electronicstalk and this Editor's Blog are edited by Laurence Marchini

Laurence Marchini

Laurence Marchini began his career in the electronics press with the Institution of Electrical Engineers in 1980, cutting his teeth on a variety of learned and member publications, ranging from IEE Proceedings to Electronics and Power. He moved on to join the launch team of the innovative weekly Electronics Express in 1986, and became Editor just 18 months later. Sadly, Electronics Express lasted just four and a half years, wound up by the infamous Robert Maxwell. However, Laurence had already jumped ship and joined the world of electronics PR with the agency of the 1990s, Smith and Jones Communications. It seemed Laurence was lost to the world of journalism. But after 11 years we managed to lure him back as launch editor of Electronicstalk. Laurence is married to Sally and has a young son, Alexander.

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