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Connecting the Dots

Siloti Helps Reveal the Picture

by Bryon Moyer

Dot-to-dots are a fundamental part of American kiddie culture. Maybe it’s universal; I don’t want to speak to things I know nothing about… (much). But at least here in the US, it’s a typical child’s pastime (or homework busywork to placate parents that don’t want their children wasting their time playing): a piece of paper has a few strategically-placed numbered dots. You fill in the missing information by supplying the path between the dots; the result should reveal an image that wasn’t evident at the start.  Read More


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Cheap Chips

Posted on 08/27/14 at 1:44 PM by dougwithau

Can you still do the "sea of gates" ASIC. The foundry would build an ASIC with lots of gates and leave the top metal layers off for later. The task was putting together the top layer (or 2) of metal interconnect.
It cost $80-100K in NRE 10 years ago. Mu…

Cheap Chips

Posted on 08/27/14 at 11:29 AM by Dick Selwood

Dick Selwood
What do you think about getting an ASIC without the millions of dollars price tag?

Using Accelerometers to Check for a Fever

Posted on 08/25/14 at 10:03 AM by bmoyer

bmoyer
Are you using vibration as a way to detect issues before they become issues?

Middle Child Syndrome

Posted on 08/19/14 at 11:17 AM by kevin

kevin
Do you plan to do any design with 20nm? Do the benefits justify the incremental cost?

Life Under 20

Posted on 08/18/14 at 9:43 AM by bmoyer

bmoyer
We've seen new equipment for the 16/14 node... Are there other challenges at that node we haven't covered?

The Price of Ignorance

Posted on 08/17/14 at 1:19 PM by SteveNordquis4

SteveNordquis4
I'm pretty sure the $1000 power cord is either for supporting alt currency like 3 jingles and $140 for insured party-proof cord, 8% prix fixe vendor/installers, and audio equipment that has to be certified for surgery and/or commercial kitchen use (also s…

The Price of Ignorance

Posted on 08/14/14 at 12:06 PM by kevin

kevin
I think this upscale trend even hit the FPGA industry with the little-known RetroLogik - back in 2009... ;)

http://www.eejournal.com/archives/articles/20090401_retro/

Kevin

Maryam Mirzakhani becomes 1st woman to win Fields Medal

Posted on 08/14/14 at 11:43 AM by GrodzickyJ

Congratulations Professor Mirzakhani! All the very best in all that you do.

The Price of Ignorance

Posted on 08/14/14 at 11:22 AM by GrodzickyJ

My aim in life at the moment, and hopefully not the major contribution to civilisation, is to come up with the next Tamagochi - harmless, absolutely useless except for parental peace, relatively cheap, and every kid on the planet wants one. Sad and shamel…

A Quantum Computing Milestone

Posted on 08/14/14 at 11:10 AM by bmoyer

bmoyer
Does quantum computing scramble your brain as much as it does mine?

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