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It is my intention to publish a new metric blog on the 10th of each month. I will also produce bulldog editions on the 20th and 30th of each month when possible. Should an important metric issue arise anytime, I will create bulldog editions to address them.
The Metric Maven is a thinly veiled pseudonym for a practicing US Engineer who finds the lack of metric usage in the US to be a negative force which stunts the effectiveness of technicians, engineers, and scientists throughout America. Beyond that, it costs each American about $16 per day to cling to the current weights and measures.
This blog will do its best to provide practical examples of how the imperial mess of units in the US decreases our shared numeracy, creativity, and productivity. It will also comment on current issues which involve metrication—or lack of in the US.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org