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- Dave is celebrating his 10 year anniversary of the dumpster room
- There’s now a camera on the room!
- Chris has been writing code for the Nordic Thingy91. Dave said it’s not a buzzer (only one tone), it’s a piezo transducer
- Dave’s video about the first micro/Merlin
- “Did Ed Sheeran ACTUALLY Plagiarize Marvin Gaye?” by Adam Neely
- “AInxiety. The feeling that you might not have chosen the best AI tool for the job”
- Wendover Productions video about production in Mexico instead of China
- Dave should be interviewing Steve Sanghi next week
- I2C vs “two wire interface”
- I3C compatibility is a new topic as well, written about by TI on Planet Analog
- Chris has been looking at CAN stuff. CAN bus is a “Noisy Rude Bus”
- Practical Engineering talking about strain gauges in bridges
- Strain gauges often are measured by a Wheatstone bridge
- Chris wishes he could tell his younger self to “Get prototypes off the bench quickly”
- Having a range of measurement test capabilities in your pocket
- WiFi visualization by Sam A
- ElectroBOOM making a jar full of “fireflies”
- Becky Stern doing a teardown of RayBan Smart Glasses. Scans of the inside by Lumafield.
Rich W. says
It was a busy and productive day – made even better because I got to listen to two episodes in a row.
I am surprised that Chris didn’t use some Men At Work songs for those tone demos. Or maybe I’m thinking a bit too chiché.
Mastering AI interaction is not only great as a job skill, but after SkyNet takes over it may find you useful enough to keep alive.
So southerners say “lighting bug”; northerners say “firefly”; and anime fans say “Outlaw Star.” (Sorry, couldn’t resist the nerd humor even if no one will get it.)