Tuesday, December 13, 2016

The Social Rewind for December 13, 2016

Are you subscribed to multiple social media networks like we are? Do you find it difficult it to keep up with all of the updates from the people you follow? Do you feel like you're missing a lot of good information?

"The Social Rewind," is a weekly compilation of what we thought were the most interesting, funny, or informational social media posts of the previous week. Q Source follows a variety of really fascinating companies and individuals on Twitter, Facebook & Google+ and we want to share the best of what they have to say.

Leading off this week’s column: We have this “enlightening” post shared by JBC Soldering that says the future of electronics is light, in the form of photon-based transistors.

For those who work in controlled environments, head-to-toe contamination protection is vital. Valutek’s post examines one end of that spectrum by looking at the difference between plastic and polypropylene shoe covers.

TE Connectivity’s post travels down the fast lane to the future of mass transportation.

Wonder what an Airy Disc is? How about the Rayleigh Criterion? Is microscope resolution important to you? Then you need to check out Leica Microsystems’ informative post.

The Empire State Building was once the world’s tallest building. Puritan’s post shows how toothpick artist, Steven J. Backman, turned that icon into the world’s smallest toothpick sculpture.

And we close out this week’s column with a post about our limited-time Free Shipping offer on select ESD Constant Monitors.

There you have it; another quick look at a few of last week's most interesting social media posts. We enjoy bringing you this weekly column and hope you liked reading the Social Rewind. We'd love it if you shared your interesting posts with us and if you would share this column with your friends and colleagues.


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