Ellen Parson

Ellen
Parson
Managing Editor,
Penton Media
Articles
The 2000s (2000-2001)
After the dreaded Y2K computer bug came and went without a glitch, professionals in the electric and power industries faced a slew of unanswered questions
The 1980s (1980-1989)
When the first personal computer (featuring an 8-bit Intel 8088 processor, 16 KB of memory, and a floppy-disk drive) came on the scene in 1981, it suddenly
The 1900s (1901-1909)
Before the turn of the 20th century, scientists such as Franklin, Volta, Faraday, Tesla, and Edison blazed a trail in electrical theory with their magnificent
The 1990s (1991-1999) 1
Ask anyone in the electrical industry what they remember most about the 1990s, and you'll almost always get the same answer: deregulation. At the start
The 1930s (1930-1939)
As swiftly as the Roaring Twenties brought good times, spending sprees, and business booms, the dawn of the 1930s ushered in desperate times, work shortages,
The 1950s (1950-1959)
By the start of the 1950s, the Depression had long since ended. World War II was over. And after years of uncertainty, it seemed like happy days finally
The 1960s (1960-1969)
Like no decade before it, the 1960s left an unforgettable imprint on the 20th Century that would later be recognized as a turning point for change on
100 Years of Editorial Excellence
When we began our journey back through time to rediscover our magazine's rich heritage, we knew we'd find all sorts of events that shaped the electrical
Electric West: Putting the Electrical Industry into Perspective
From cutting-edge topics such as fiber optics and home automation, to the always important issues surrounding grounding and bonding and the National Electrical
Has technology made Division 17 inevitable?
Proponents of the Division 17 initiative, started by a grassroots effort of telecommunications professionals, hope to revamp the construction industry's
Has technology made Division 17 inevitable?
Proponents of the Division 17 initiative, started by a grassroots effort of telecommunications professionals, hope to revamp the construction industry's
Has Technology Made Division 17 Inevitable?
Proponents of the Division 17 initiative, started by a grass roots effort of telecommunications professionals, hope to revamp the construction industry's
Changing Ways, Changing Displays
In today's competitive retail environment, change is a good thing. And since highlighting current styles and new products is the name of the game, display
Silicone Transformers Improve Fire Safety
Consultants specify liquid silicone-filled transformers at media manufacturing plant to increase efficiency and improve fire safety of this power delivery system.
Work Assist Vehicles Make Upgrading Easier
Contractor finds practical solution for improving productivity on school retrofit.

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