We’ll post a link to the hangout for you to join, it will be public so anyone can join
There is a max of 10 people, but that’s ok – once you show your electronic project sign off and let the next person in!
This is an experiment, we’ll see how it goes. Last week we tried this and it was fun, so we’re doing this again for a full hour before “ASK AN ENGINEER”. Remember, “ASK AN ENGINEER” starts at 10pm ET.
Post any questions in the comments!
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Can one person stay on and record it, then upload to YouTube? I don’t have a project to share but I want to watch.
@ocean, we are not going to record and upload, but someone else is welcome to. we think there is something special about something being live and not everything needs to be recorded 🙂
Can it be streamed out over ustream? I don’t have g+ yet…
@britt – no plans for that at this time, we need to see how this goes!