I'm here to follow, learn, share and debate. I'll probably toot more in spanish, but I could do it also in english and I also can speak french. These are some of my interests:
Estoy aquí para seguir, aprender, compartir y debatir. Probablemente tootee más en español pero puede que lo haga también en inglés, y puedo igualmente hablar francés. Éstos son algunos de mis intereses:
... Their analysis, "The Hidden Politics of Climate Engineering," concludes with a call for transparency to help resolve questions of governance and "ensure that the world has the tools to manage these potent #technologies and practices if and when decisions are ever taken to use them."
Fun with analog computers. Ken Shirriff on tacking the Simulators Inc. model 240 analog computer and reverse engineering its op-amp stage so he can get it back into working order.
Interview with Kerrine Bryan who, along with her brother, founded Butterfly Books to publish children's books to break down gender barriers with titles like "My Mummy Is an Engineer" and "My Mummy Is a Scientist".
They are also working on "My Daddy Is a Nurse", in partnership with Nursing Now England, which is part of the UK's NHS.
Kina excited, my Protowaffle project is in the process of making its first Sale to an electronics retailer. Just waiting to hear how many they will buy. Lets hope it is a big sale
Also still offering free samples If anyone wants some free samples let me know, here is some info on it: http://protowaffle.com
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The #cardboard #engineering in Dell's monitor boxes is incredible; I've just squashed one down for recycling; there were about 20 separate pieces each with cleverly designed tabs that clip into other bits and bend around other bits to stiffen other bits. I bet they do interesting 3d modelling of that stuff.
Recently uploaded a copy of a book I was writing to help teach RF/AC circuit analysis. I never did finish it but the first few chapters I wrote has some really useful explanations. Anyone trying to learn electronics should take a look.
Now that the #QOTO Discourse server is fully working, including the math rendering, I can start adding some content to it.
For my first post I wanted to share a tutorial I wrote on how to do frequency-domain nodal analysis on electronic circuits.
Here is the link: