New content is posted on EEWeb.com daily, so please take the time to visit. Don't be shy. Sit down, pull up a chair, and say 'Hoody Doody.'
Hi there, I just thought I'd send you a metaphorical postcard (the best sort) from EEWeb.com -- you know the sort of thing: "The water's warm. The weather's fine. Wish you were here."
Seriously, we'd love to have to come over to EEWeb.com and visit us there -- you can stay as long as you like. We have all sorts of interesting articles with which to tease and tempt you; for example, we've recently posted some rather cool design and technology-related columns as follows:
Also, we've started something we call the EEWeb Cartoon Punchline Competition featuring two engineers called Bob and Betsy. The idea is that it's up to you to suggest the caption for the final frame. Here's the inaugural cartoon from May:
I think the winning caption -- in which Betsy says: "I'm ex-static!" was brilliant (click here to see all the other entries).
Just like for the EETimes Cartoon Caption Competition, the winner of the EEWeb Cartoon Punchline Competition receives a full-size, full-color print of the cartoon adorned with their winning caption and signed by the artist.
The current (June 2017) Cartoon Punchline Competition is shown below. How do you think Bob should respond to Betsy? (click here to enter).
And I'm sure you won't be surprised to hear that I've been providing my own humble contributions, ranging from the subprime to the ridiculous as follows:
Phew! It seems like I only arrived at EEWeb a few days ago. Goodness only knows from whence all the above columns came. The main thing is that new content is posted daily, so please do take the time to come and visit us occasionally. Don’t be shy. Sit down, pull up a chair, and say "Hoody Doody" by posting a comment or suggesting a punchline for our cartoon competition. I'll look forward to seeing you there -- just look for the tall, dark, handsome engineer, then keep on looking until you spot the techno-dweeb in the Hawaiian shirt.
— Max Maxfield, Editor of All Things Fun & Interesting