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Ben Eater
Scaling education somehow. Formerly . Now making things at , , and sometimes
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Ben Eater Nov 4
Replying to @naydichev
We've got plenty of stock, so if you order by noon PT today, there's a good chance it will go out today. Reply to the order confirmation to let me know it's time sensitive, and I'll follow up to confirm we can get it out in time.
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Ben Eater Nov 2
Replying to @ben_eater
And as I mention at the end of the video, as part of the effort, I will plant a tree (i.e., donate $1) for every 6502 kit sold before the end of the year!
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Ben Eater Nov 2
NEW VIDEO! The latest in my series on building a basic 65c02- computer is out!
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Lionel Page Oct 28
Such a cool way to explain logic gates.
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michael_nielsen Sep 18
Imagine you're a designer or mathematician living in ancient Rome. Being a curious & imaginative sort, used to exploring wild ideas, you ask yourself: is there some way you can improve on the roman numeral system? Might it be possible to find a better way of representing number?
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Ben Eater Sep 17
Replying to @witnessmenow @eevblog
Thanks! Mostly copied from 's design, but with a 5v boost converter so it can run off the same USB used for programming.
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Ben Eater Sep 17
Replying to @witnessmenow
😐 Oh well. It was a good run. Thanks for the code that powered them all, .
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Brian Lough Sep 17
I think the sub counters are finally dead (well rounding down) It was fun while it lasted!
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Ben Eater Sep 14
Oh yeah! You if you want to follow along with my new series and build your own computer, you can buy a kit at . The kit's available now, but the rest of the videos will be coming out over the next 2-3 months.
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Ben Eater Sep 14
New video! I'm starting a series on the 6502: The classic microprocessor that started the personal computer revolution. Part one is out today:
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Ben Eater Sep 1
Replying to @smartereveryday
More info in this thread: Best quote from the thread is, "We'll all know when DSO's have really come of age when they can handle Jerobeam Fenderson's oscilloscope music."
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Ben Eater Sep 1
Replying to @smartereveryday
YouTube's compression will definitely make it fuzzier. But digital scopes are just a lot worse at this because they sample a discrete number of points and plot them versus a drawing a continuous trace. Here it is with the uncompressed audio you sent me. Better, but not great:
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Ben Eater Sep 1
Though I have to say the real disappointment here is that the TORNADOSAURUS wasn't captured in stereo.
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Ben Eater Sep 1
Analog scopes are definitely better at this, though yeah, YouTube's compression will definitely make it fuzzier and jitterier. Alas, I don't have an analog scope anymore for comparison.
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Ben Eater Sep 1
Check out 's awesome new video on oscilloscope music. For the best experience, I recommend watching it on your own oscilloscope...
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Ben Eater Aug 12
Replying to @axboe
See and the associated videos. I used an Arduino to write the necessary data to them rather than burning images.
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Daniel Grießhaber Aug 11
: Ever since listening to with and I wanted to build my own discrete processor. Check out the project at and the documentation at
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Ben Eater Aug 7
Yeah, that's my understanding of what they're asking too. But it's still access to a non-public system with confidential data and the ability to perform destructive actions.
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Ben Eater Aug 7
Replying to @TeamYouTube
If it's a phishing scam, it's a very convincing one...
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Ben Eater Aug 7
I got an email today, apparently from YouTube, asking for a username and password to each system on which I use the YouTube API. , is this legit?
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