This week’s Weekly Roundup is pretty special, because it’s episode number 42! It also has FPGAs, SBCs, even more FPGAs and something that goes up to 11.
This is the first video in the LinuxFu series designed to take you from knowing nothing about Linux to knowing everything. This first episode we’ll be looking at a bit of history, what Linux is and what makes it so special.
Another MickMake Mail! This time I have the #Rock64, #DLP2000, #VolksPC and a #FLiR dumpster dive! Sweet!
This week’s Weekly Roundup is a bit quiet. A few SBCs from some new comers, motor drivers, power control boards, a rogue teapot and I know at least one of my subs is keeping track of how many times I say WiFi.
Multiplexing was first used in the 1870s, but what is it and how is it used? What are the various types of multiplexing? What about keyboard matrices and Charlieplexing?
Seems we have a winner of the great “almost 20,000 subs, almost 100 Patrons and get a haircut you hippie” competition! Check out the video to find out who.
Time for another competition! I haven’t quite reached 20,000 subs yet, so… scrambling for an excuse. It’s time for a haircut. I get a haircut, you get a prize.
My original project 30 years ago was to build a talking Alarm Clock, which was based on a 6502. This is a revamp of that project. Interesting to see what can be done so easily these days!
In Weekly Roundup #40 we’re seeing sensors, wireless, SBCs and the demise of a Polish physicist.