Thesis Title

Any suggestions for appropriate or formal title for our thesis?

We are currently working on Arduino Web Switch.

You got a link or something TJ?

"Arduino Web Switch" ?

or have I missed something ?

...R

ChrisTenone: You got a link or something TJ?

instructables.com/id/Ethernet-Switching-with-Arduino/?ALLSTEPS

So, you’re writing a thesis based on someone else’s work and you want us to suggest a title? Why not just buy fake qualifications on the internet?

Apologies if I’ve misinterpreted your comments.

Russell.

After looking through your past posts how about making the people here at least co-authors?

Mark

russellz: So, you're writing a thesis based on someone else’s work and you want us to suggest a title? Why not just buy fake qualifications on the internet?

Apologies if I've misinterpreted your comments.

Russell.

russellz: So, you're writing a thesis based on someone else’s work and you want us to suggest a title? Why not just buy fake qualifications on the internet?

Apologies if I've misinterpreted your comments.

Russell.

no sir, i'm not writing a thesis based on some else's work. We are currently conducting a study about WEB SWITCH, and we're always acknowledging the person behind the ideas or reference we got.

holmes4: After looking through your past posts how about making the people here at least co-authors?

Mark

I am just asking suggestions from the experts like you sir. But of course i am willing to acknowledge every person who helped us including this forum and also including you sir.

How about "With a little help from my friends ..." (fill in dots as necessary).

This is what they call "the internet of things" right? Where you use controls on a web page to activate electrical machinery in the real world?

I'd play off that IoT buzzword for your title. It's doing what they call "trending".

ChrisTenone: I'd play off that IoT buzzword for your title. It's doing what they call "trending".

Great idea ...

" I Owe Thanks to ...."

...R

Robin2: Great idea ...

" I Owe Thanks to ...."

...R

That would be [u]any[/u] research project, right?