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  • Combinatorial logic — a "hairy" example

    Classic example, imho... Long time passing, I had a T. I. IC data book, and back then, the 7400 TTL series descriptions included logic diagrams. One

    5 hours ago
  • >10^6 comments about Net Neutrality were faked

    (Poking glass while the IgNobel prize awards are being given via SciFri.) If you're not on twitter (or Medium (?)), it's becoming a posterioral pain to provide

    8 hours ago
  • Nick was right.

    Yes. I hate to admit it. For years our Mr Bodley has railed against the way kids are taught to read in the US because they use the "whole word" or 'whole

    kinsler33 10 hours ago
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The original mission:

This is a discussion group for people interested in technical education. "How Things Work" is a project
to teach non-technical people (e.g., your mother) about
the man-made world--from reinforced concrete to digital
audio. Our group, open to anyone, discusses strategies
for teaching and construction of demonstrations. Some of the philosophy and details of this particular project can be found at http://www.mkinsler.com.

What it is now:
It's turned into what's best described as a mutual education society with a technological flavor. Most of the discussion seems to involve technologies of some sort--i.e., how something works or how things are done. There are about 75 enthusiastic members who are polite to each other and who teach the Group Owner a very great deal.

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