“Ask an engineer” is TONIGHT 10pm ET – Special guest Amanda “w0z” Wozniak
Tonight, by popular demand – “Ask an engineer” 10pm ET with special guest Amanda“w0z” Wozniak. w0z was on a previous show (our most info-packed one so far) – and she designed the MONOCHRON clock enclosure. W0z is a staff Electrical Engineer at Wyss Institute and formerly an applications Engineer at Analog Devices. This will be a great show. Previous video here (thanks George).
Pictured above, W0z’s suitcase – when she visits us she brings a toothbrush and a suitcase full of electronics! Pictured below, one of W0z’s drawings for the MONOCHRON.
There will be a trivia question at the end of the night as always!
Lastly, if anyone can save a text log we’d appreciate it
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