[Coco] Off Topic-Electronic Magazine
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Fri Feb 12 00:11:36 EST 2010
On Thursday 11 February 2010, Benoit Bleau wrote:
>On 11/02/2010 9:39 AM, Joel Ewy wrote:
>> paulh96636 at aol.com wrote:
>>> I was thinking about the likes of Popular Electronics,
>>> Radio-Electronics, Electronics Hobbyist, Electronics Experimenters
>>> Handbook, & Modern Electronics, of which I have a few old copies.
>>> Don't know exactly when these publications ceased or if they still
>>> publish at times, if not monthly, which is why I posed the question.
>>> Thanks for the responses. I'd heard of Nuts & Volts, but not of
>>> Circuit Cellar and Servo Magazine. -ph
>> Nuts & Volts has been going for quite a few years now. They started
>> out mostly as classified ads, then added a few articles. Now they're
>> the closest thing to what Radio-Electronics used to be that I'm aware
>> of. Servo is their robotics-oriented spin-off.
>> I'm also into Make magazine.
>Make magazine is definitively a fun one. I also subscribe to Elektor.
>They used to be a mostly European publication, but last year or so, they
>started an american branch ( elektor-usa.com).
Yes, and they just bought Circuit Cellar.
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