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Teaching Programming

Kevin,

loved this article and completely agree. I think another argument for your premise is that with the constant distraction level and multi-tasking requirements that kids are subjected to, the ability to concentrate on a complex problem and break i…

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A Tale of Two Graphenes

Bryon,
Maybe performance is not what matters for graphene apps. Stated differently: it's a different material with very different properties; thus, depending on which direction the development of the materials take, the applications for it could be very …

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Teaching Coding

I disagree that mandating computer science education is misguided. In fact, I disagreed so much that I wrote a whole 'nuther article about it:

http://eejournal.com/archives/articles/20140204-teaching/

Kevin

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Overview of Memory Types and DDR Interface Design Implementation

Can we get to see the figures in this article?

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XP ATM IoT FUD

As usual, the experts are smarter than me.

Regarding the "infected" consumer electronics, they weren't technically infected in the usual sense of contracting a virus or hosting malware. Rather, the devices in question all had email-sending capability …

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Antique machine plays violin

This mechanism seems to be more successful than 10CC's Gizmo (1970s) for guitar strings.

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