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posted in June 2013

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Comment: Re: Kudos - anon1696327 - 6/30/2013
TI makes analog easier – new library of precision designs
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6/25/2013   Post a comment
Library of reference, verified, and CerTIfied designs helps engineers quickly evaluate and customize their systems.
GPS-Driven, FPGA-Decoded Nixie Tube Speedometer
6/25/2013   11 comments
I just saw the first video of the GPS-Driven, FPGA-Decoded Nixie Tube Speedometer created by Luke Miller; the end result is beautiful to behold.
Comment: re: Happy Summer Solstice - 6/25/2013
Comment: re: Happy Summer Solstice - 6/24/2013
Comment: re: Duck! Low-flying pizza! - 6/24/2013
By the light of the silvery (super) moon
6/24/2013   7 comments
In the wee hours of the night, under the light of the so-called "super moon", the were birds singing their merry songs…
Comment: re: Happy Summer Solstice - 6/22/2013
Happy Summer Solstice
6/21/2013   12 comments
Good grief – it's that time of the year again – June 21 is the longest day (and shortest night) of the year...
QuickLogic announces CSSP-based SDIO-to-USB solutions
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6/20/2013   Post a comment
Developers of healthcare, industrial and infrastructure devices can easily integrate SDIO-based Wi-Fi/Bluetooth peripherals designed for smartphone and tablet apps.
Camera Showdown at
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6/18/2013   1 comment
In the market for a new digital camera? will help you find the perfect camera to meet your budget and needs.
Comment: re: Duck! Low-flying pizza! - 6/18/2013
Saddleback Leather meets airport security
6/18/2013   10 comments
An interesting thing happened to me on my recent trip to New York…
Microsemi introduces highly-integrated IGLOO2 FPGAs
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6/18/2013   Post a comment
IGLOO2 FPGAs offer lowest system cost, best-in-class integration, low power, reliability, and security.
Microchip's new PIC32MX 32-bit microcontroller portfolio
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6/18/2013   Post a comment
The PIC32MX family offers the performance, integrated peripherals, and memory for low-cost graphic human-interface, connectivity, and digital-audio apps.
Comment: re: Duck! Low-flying pizza! - 6/17/2013
Comment: re: Duck! Low-flying pizza! - 6/17/2013
Comment: re: Duck! Low-flying pizza! - 6/17/2013
Comment: re: Duck! Low-flying pizza! - 6/17/2013
Atmel announces new SAM D20 series of ARM Cortex-M0+ MCUs
Product News  
6/17/2013   4 comments
Offering flexible, ultra-low power, high-performance solutions, new MCUs target automation, consumer, metering, and industrial apps.
Duck! Low-flying pizza!
6/14/2013   27 comments
Can you imagine a future in which the skies (and restaurants) are jam-packed with miniature copters?
The future is here (but I'm not ready)
6/13/2013   6 comments
In my previous blog we pondered the past. In today's column I'd like to contemplate, ruminate, and speculate about the future…
Wading through the sands of time
6/12/2013   7 comments
In which we peruse and ponder some electronics articles published in a daily newspaper circa the 1920s.
My first drawing with my iPad Camera Lucida
6/11/2013   Post a comment
How exciting – I just created my first drawing using my iPad Camera Lucida app!
Comment: re: Blending furiously - 6/4/2013

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