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Before My Time, Part Two

Last week, I blogged about some technology news from in the 1950’s. That post was based on an article by Steve Taranovich that appeared on EDN a couple of weeks back, as the magazine celebrates its 60th anniversary. This week will be a second take on Steve’s article, this time taking a look at the “electronics developments and ideas from technical white papers from that era”.

Before my time

It was before my time, but I did get a kick out of a great recent article by Steve Taranovich on EDN that talked about the technology that was emerging when EDN was first published in 1956.

“The Secret History of Silicon Valley”: check it out!

I heard recently from a friend of Critical Link, who sent me a link to a Google Tech Talk video from the way back: 2008. To me, Steve Blank’s The Secret History of Silicon Valley is really not so much a secret history as it is a forgotten history. Especially for those of us who think that Silicon Valley began with Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard. Or with Steve Jobs. Or Marc Andreasson. Or Sergey Brin.

Engineers as Dreamers

At the heart of pretty much every engineer I know – and I know a lot of engineers – there’s a tinkerer, an inventor, a dreamer. It’s just the way we think and operate. So I very much enjoyed an article by Cabe Atwell, “10 Universal Projects Every Engineer Dreams Up” that appeared last week in EE Times.