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Posted April 10, 2006
Who would have thought a book like this could be fun
I got an early release edition at a convention and have to say this is one of the first books on this subject that conveys the fun of puzzle solving involved in technology transfer. One reason we do technology transfer is because there is just a lot of neat stuff that comes out of science and engineering. Speser retains that joy of a kid opening presents under the Christmas tree while giving us a well through-out framework and set of methods for putting the pieces together as well as some great practical advice. The examples are a kick: the zipper, the ball point pen, sliced bread (now we know why it is the best thing), horseshoes and more as well as more modern cutting edge stuff.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.