It’s all about the temperature.
…400°F for 30 minutes, 350°F for 12 minutes, 375°F for 55 minutes. These are not cure times or stabilization times, but rather the important temperature specifications for our favorite recipes… And we’d love to share them with you.
Click this link for the Burns Favorite Recipe Book!
Do you have a favorite dish/recipe to share? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org, We would love to try it AND share…in volume #2??!!??
Enjoy! and Happy Holidays…
Surprise Surprise!!! Someone nominated me for Twin Cities Titans in Social Media 2010.
Fascinating is about all I can say. What has been truly amazing is the Twitter activity. Search #TCTitans and see the tweet-flurry.
I will admit that Burns engagement via Twitter, Linked-In, Blogs, forums, Web offerings (RTDology) and a few other mechanisms that we have participated in has been a challenging experiment.
We are looking to engage, business to Business, with a technical world on technical concepts all focused on Temperature Measurement - an experiment we are building momentum around. We do feel that this communication approach is a key method to shift the conversation from the sensing device to the measurement itself. Picking a sensor from a catalog just wont meet the need any longer.
The process measurement expectations can only be achieved by selecting the right product AND understanding the installation and interface dynamics. These solutions, understanding and results require conversation and collaboration.
Huh? Conversation, collaboration - Social Media; what a perfect match!