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Enter Now! EE Life December 2010 Cartoon Caption Contest!
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11/22/2010   108 comments
Call for entries for the December 2010 Cartoon Caption Contest
Van de Graaff generators, model rockets, and Barbie test pilots
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11/17/2010   11 comments
An engineer remembers the good old days running experiments on his siblings
November 2010 Caption Contest Winner!
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11/17/2010   2 comments
EE Life announces the winner of its November 2010 caption contest
Flashback: An early multi-microcontroller design
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11/10/2010   6 comments
Circa: Hottest Chips: Intel 8008, TI 74181, largest memory Mostek 2kx8 sram.
Marketing's measly input makes network design difficult
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11/2/2010   12 comments
What's an engineer to do when the people demanding a performance spec have no concern for the actual details and there's no time to write a design spec to be approved?


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