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Fish Fry - January 21, 2011

In my Fish Fry this week, I introduce the fabulousness of the new EE Journal, check out the new microcontroller-multi-core combo pack from NXP, and try to sort out the future of chip manufacturing.  Also this week, I interview Kozio co-founder Joe Skazinski, announce a brand new super cool nerdy giveaway and referee a Robot Haiku Smackdown….and here’s a tip, keep listening until the very end…

If you like the idea of this new series, be sure to drop a comment in the box below. I appreciate all of your comments so far, and we will be working to enhance the Fish Fry each week – as long as you’re watching.

 

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Fish Fry Links – January 21, 2011

Kevin Morris’s Article: Dawn of A New Day: Introducting Electronic Engineering Journal

Jim Turley’s Article: NXP’s Multicore Goes Micro

Dick Selwood’s Article: Who is Going to Make Your Chip?

More information about Kozio

Active Media Products – 22 Caliber Silver Bullet USB

Texas Instruments Eval Module for TPS84620-692 courtesy of Digi-Key

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