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Consumer Electronics Show Video Competition entry – A day in the life of a ShopJimmy employee, and the evening activites… simply to promote our booth #15629 at the 2010 CES! “I’m Pretty Sure This Is Someone Else’s Song, But I Couldn’t Figure Out Continue reading A Day in the Life – 2010 CES
Welcome to the Arcade Repair Tips Video Series! In this video, Tim Peterson will show you how to replace the plug on the end of your arcade game’s power cord. For more information, please visit our website at www.arcaderepairtips.com and please watch for more videos in the Arcade Repair Tips Continue reading Arcade Repair Tips – Replacing A Plug On A Power Cord
Part two of Dave’s Logic Analyzer tutorial / monologue
Dave gives you the what, how, and why of Logic Analyzers.
Used by special operations in the United States Air Force.
This amazing flashlight can stay on continuously over a month and still produce enough light to read with. What makes it so unique is it fits right on a 9 volt battery. The manufacturer has a 25 year guarantee excluding the Continue reading Pak lite LED flashlight sets new record.
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Dave gets his hands on the first Fluke 233 meter in the country. Gimmick?, or the biggest innovation in multimeters since autoranging?
Amazingly, even Dave’s wife liked this meter!, is that a good or a bad thing?
Dave blows up some tantalum and electrolytic capacitors in front of his new 300fps Sanyo Xacti high speed camcorder!
See Dave in glorious HD-ish, Microchip PIC talk, and Damocles the flying pig takes flight.
Dave goes through his Top 5 list of dead projects, Dilbert style.
Dave compares the new PICkit 3 to the old PICkit 2, and, well, he starts to rant uncontrollably about how Microchip may have screwed this up…
And what do MBA managers and dickheads have in common?
UPDATE: Be sure to watch Microchip’s hilarious video response! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YUvlrVlNao
Intro music by Kevin Continue reading EEVblog #39 – Microchip PICkit 3 Programmer/Debugger Review