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The Prototypers podcast

Thursday, June 7th, 2012

Here's an interesting new podcast from our friends at GadgetGangster. It's known as The Prototypers and covers various subjects of interest to electronics hobbyists. Episode 7 (the most recent) covers hacking smart parking meters with Joe Grand, the Commodore Plus Four and more. Check it out!

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The Retrobits Podcast

Sunday, May 13th, 2012

If you are into vintage computing here's a podcast for you. Earl Evans of Retrobits has returned from a one-year hiatus to bring us more episodes of The Retrobits Podcast. This podcast is about all aspects of retrocomputing. Like he says, "if it's got 8-bits, paper tape, BASIC in ROM......

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Philosophy of engineering podcast

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

Cris form Amp Hour, and Jeff from Engineering Revision started a podcast discussing the philosophy of engineering. The first episode is online and features a discourse on the finer points of starting a new engineering project. Lots of insightful stuff on the things engineers have to deal with when starting...

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