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  • Australian Crowd Source Equity Funding Report

    Posted on September 22nd, 2014 EEVblog 2 comments

    I have been made aware of this Australian government requested report on crowd sourced equity funding, and associated suggested legislative framework to promote it.
    Original DOC file is HERE
    PDF version HERE
    I have not digested the 244 pages of it yet!

  • Interview with Rod Elliott from Elliott Sound Products

    Posted on September 18th, 2014 EEVblog 8 comments

    Meet Rod Elliott the man behind the famous audio electronics website. Audio aficionados will no doubt be familiar with Rod’s hundred of articles and projects. He dropped by the EEVblog stand at Electronex and kindly agreed to a quick impromptu chat on-camera.

  • Electronex 2014 Announcement

    Posted on September 5th, 2014 EEVblog 2 comments
    Dave will have his own stand again at Electronex 2014 at the Australian Technology Park in Sydney on Wed 10th and Thurs 11th September
    Drop by and say HI!

  • Maker Faire Sydney – This Weekend

    Posted on August 13th, 2014 EEVblog No comments

    I’ll be at the Sydney Maker Faire this weekend (16th-17th), roaming around with the camera for two days, come up and say HI.
    I’ll also be having a “Fireside chat” with Sebastien Eckersley-Maslin (CEO of startup incubator BlueChilli)

  • Tricky Dicky Makers

    Posted on July 25th, 2014 EEVblog 8 comments

    Dick Smith Electronics (known colloquially as Tricky Dicks here in Australia), a once (in)famous electronics components retailer, but long since been just a consumer electronics store, have released some excellent videos highlighting three local Sydney makers as part of their Unleash Your Smith advertising campaign shown on Australian TV and media.
    One can’t help but wonder why they didn’t call it the Unleash Your Dick campaign?

    It’s rather perplexing why Tricky Dicks would be promoting makers when they don’t sell anything the least bit Maker related any more?
    But hey, any company spending money to promote Makers is all good and awesome!

    Anyway, I was asked to help organise this at the last minute, and they have shot three excellent local makers, two of which you may have seen on the blog before.

    Malcolm Faed with his home made Segway
    Alex McClung with his Alex Bot
    Tom Hetherington and crew from Optic Soup with their video projection art.

    The videos are well produced, enjoy: