I have 2-3 test plans to write and several large configuration packages to compile. Then there's school where I have two very large, comprehensive reports to write on experiments. Thank goodness other people are writing good things on the internet.
Over at Engineer Blogs Fluxor gives a very clear explanation of the Smith Chart, even a sprocket like myself can understand.
Cherish clarifies what electronics reseach is and isn't as relates to an electronics miniaturization office that was shut down at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks for supposedly doing too much research and not enough building.
Kaydee over at the Engineering Ethics Blog talks about the changing balance in Scientific American in its portrayal of the sciences and its political bent.
Christina Mackenzie over at Aviation Week talks about Eurocopters gradually becoming more and more unmanned.