31 May '15, 11pm

Hackaday Links: May 31, 2015

Back in the mid-70s, [Paul Horowitz] (who has an incredible Wikipedia entry , by the way) started teaching Physics 123 at Harvard. Simple electronic circuits, solving problems with silicon; simple stuff like that. His lecture and lab notes started getting a following, and after Xeroxing a few dozen copies, he realized he had written a book. It was The Art of Electronics, and Ladyada interviewed this master of hand drawn schematics . A great interview and great camera work, too. Like hackathons? How about one at CERN? It’s happening October 2 through October 4 . The aim this year is to have a humanitarian and social impact thanks to technology. The projects last year were very good ; everything from cosmic ray detectors to a $10 inflatable fridge for field operations. You want viral advertising for your movie? This is how you do viral advertising for your movie . It’s Hacke...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2015/05/31/hackaday-links-may-31-2015/

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