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ASK AN ENGINEER – LIVE electronics video show! 8PM ET Wednesday night! 9/2/15 (video)

ASK AN ENGINEER – LIVE electronics video show! 8PM ET Wednesday night! 9/2/15 (video).
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  1. Just wanted to thank Adafruit for renewing my faith in entrepreneurship and what American capitalism was supposed to be about. I am so glad there is a company out there that actually cares about the customers, employees, the quality of products and service and the underlying mission of its inception. Nearly all businesses today are primarily concerned with chasing rapidly expanding profits margins, rapidly rising stock prices and satisfying the interests of shareholders to the exclusion of everything else. Why do people think steady growth is a bad thing? Thank you Ladyada for caring about what you do and that there are other more important things than riding that Wall street rollercoaster.
    In the words of Steve Jobs, “Make something you care about and make it the best you can. The money means you are doing it right.”

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