June 2001

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HP Control: A day with Google

I rarely search the Internet for process control information. It's just too time-consuming (phoning or e-mailing a friend is much quicker). Enter "process control" into a search on most..

Kane, L., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

I rarely search the Internet for process control information. It's just too time-consuming (phoning or e-mailing a friend is much quicker). Enter "process control" into a search on most popular browsers and you typically end up with millions of links, most of which have very little relevance to process control in the process industries. Although entering "process + control" or "process + control + chemical" narrows the search, trying to weed out the useful information is just too much trouble. Then an engineer friend suggested I try the Google browser (www.google.com). If you're not familiar with it, Google seems to be

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