In everything we do we try to be different. Our Christmas greeting is this year more personal, faster, more mobile, louder and environmentally friendly …
When we reflect on this year’s greeting, we wanted to do it otherwise. What is typical for us, so we try to diversify it from other distributors? Certainly it is also our personal relationship with you. Into everything we do, we try to put a personal approach. Indeed, it is not just about the components, but also about people.
Therefore, we also wanted with this Christmas greetings to get closer to you. Although it is not in our power to visit each of you personally before Christmas, we use available technology to be at least close to it.
And he’s still a positive. Our greeting is environmentally friendly, because we save a few trees produce CO2 eliminated in connection with distribution of paper greeting …
And here is our Christmas video greetings for you … we are an international company so our greeting is also in the foreign languages :).
PF 2012: Our Christmas video greeting for you - [Link]
It’s been a busy year for element14 and the online social community for engineers is ending 2011 on a high note with the launch of element14 TV, the industry’s first online television channel designed for electronics engineers and tech enthusiasts.
The new dedicated channel offers instant access to an expansive range of information-rich content in one, easy-to-search destination. Anchored by The Ben Heck Show, a leading online TV tech series, this “YouTube for engineers” offers a programming line-up spanning electronics how-tos, Arduino tutorials, user-generated videos, informational videos from leading electronics component and subsystem providers, and the latest in technology and product overviews.
If your schedule permits, we’d love to get you on the phone with Diane Kibbey – global head of the community – to talk about the new channel, the growth of the community over the past year and exciting plans for video down the road.
element14 launches “YouTube for engineers” - [Link]
Electronex Expo 2011 - [Link]
The producer hopes a network will be interested if there are a lot of youtube views, your extra hit could make it possible.
Interesting fact: filmed with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II digital camera. [via]
New State of Electronics documentary trailer – [Link]
Dave Jones from the Electronics Engineering Video Blog shows us what tools he recommends for a starter electronics lab. He makes a few surprisingly inexpensive recommendations for multimeters, oscilloscopes, function generators, bench power supplies, soldering stations, and many other tools and supplies. I, for one, am taking very careful notes on this excellent video since I’m moving from basic to more advanced electronics design. [via]
How-To: Set Up An Electronics Lab – [Link]