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Offline Macbeth

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EEVblog #867 - The search for the first TTL chip
« on: April 08, 2016, 11:14:15 pm »


Is it just me, or is this episode not available from the EEVBlog front page?

For what it's worth I do like the idea of "Wayback Wednesday". I will also say that often the adverts in old magazines and newspapers are often far more interesting than the actual articles within!
 
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Re: EEVblog #867 - The search for the first TTL chip
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2016, 09:20:00 am »


Is it just me, or is this episode not available from the EEVBlog front page?

For what it's worth I do like the idea of "Wayback Wednesday". I will also say that often the adverts in old magazines and newspapers are often far more interesting than the actual articles within!

Not sure about the front page, as I seen the episode in my feed.
I EMPHATICALLY AND CATAGORICALLY CONCUR WITH YOU ON THE "WAYBACK WEDNESDAY". Personaly, me too, I find them very informative, just something about them, conveying their message better, maybe because I grew up in that era?  :-// :-+ Who knows.

Maybe we should do a petition / poll for "Wayback Wednesday", and we can have a voting of what we would like to see presented. Until now, there have been a few tear downs of old computers etc, but what about, creating projects from the old magazines with modern equivalant parts for example? A retro build with modern equivalent transistors, diodes (Germanium anyone?), IC's etc, not µC...  That's my 2¢ anyway.
 


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