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Video: “Drive For Innovation” Finds It At Every Turn

Comments(0)Filed under: innovation, Joe Hupcey III, EE Times, Brian Fuller, UBM Electronics, Avenet Express, Chevy Volt, "Drive for Innovation"

With some notable exceptions, too often technology trade press reporting has been as dour as the general world news.  However, to EETimes editor Brian Fuller, this negativity was at odds with the inspiring technological advances that were regularly crossing his assignments desk.  In a nutshell, Brian's confusion over this dichotomy was the seed crystal behind the "Drive for Innovation" -- a partnership between Avnet Express and UBM Electronics/EETimes to take a road trip across America and find out the truth first-hand.  In this video, shot 2/3 of the way into this yearlong adventure, Brian elaborates on his mission, and shares what he's learned so far:

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If you are skeptical of Brian's positive conclusions, he's been documenting his journey with a blog and video travelogue -- see for yourself the amazing work they discovered wherever they've gone.  WARNING: before clicking on the following link, prepare for at least 30 minutes, if not an hour, to suddenly disappear, because there is literally something for everyone:


Enjoy the ride!

Joe Hupcey III


On Twitter: @jhupcey --  http://twitter.com/jhupcey


Reference Links

Drive For Innovation home page

Playlist of Best Road Trip Songs



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