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VHF, VHF, wherefore art thou VHF?
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2/26/2013   39 comments
I want a small box that can connect via WiFi to the Internet on one side and stream live television (in the form of a VHF signal) out of the other side.
And that's when I said "Doh!"
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2/22/2013   24 comments
You would not believe the wonderful little retro portable TV I just discovered at Mock Electronics.
My hat's off to Toshiba
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2/21/2013   12 comments
So many product test videos show the products only in a good light, so the fact that some of these videos show the products failing puts an interesting spin on things.
The Beeriodic Table
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2/14/2013   15 comments
My old chum Jack Olsen just sent me a really interesting image titled "The Periodic Table of Beer Styles".
What were they thinking: Desktops and laptops in decline – duh!
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2/8/2013   20 comments
Why are so many people surprised, or think they are being smart by predicting the decline of the desktop. Its all very simple...
NanoMeasure 2013 puts the focus on the small stuff
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2/7/2013   Post a comment
Nanometrology conference will include papers on characterizing graphene and nano-enabled photovoltaics.


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