Any sufficiently advanced technology is equivalent to magic. – Arthur C. Clarke
Welcome geeks and nerds to PCB Project! I’m Dean Morley, and I’m a geek myself.
This blog is my first attempt at online publishing – barring Facebook uploads and Twitter updates. But I do hope you’ll love and learn from the tech-focused content I put out here.
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I’m Dean Morley. A London-based businessman by day, and a DIY enthusiast at night. Technology and I had an on-and-off affair. But our relationship became permanent (somewhat) when the Raspberry Pi came out and became the most successful British computer.
Since then, I’ve followed the progress, not just of the Pi and the computing industry, but of the entire tech sector.
PCBProject.co.uk was built to share my enthusiasm about tech with the world. And I hope you like the little gems I’ll share in this blog.
Electronics are all around us. Smartphones, laptops, electric stovetops, and the list goes on. They may differ in function. However, all but the simplest electronic products have a common denominator – the PCB.
A survey by home automation company Wink involving 2,177 adults found that 71% of Americans want a smart home and its monitoring capabilities. The positive sentiment towards smart homes isn’t surprising. After all, who wouldn’t want their lights, thermostats, refrigerators, and security systems to do all the mundane work? However, the same survey found that …
We all hate scratched and cracked screens. But the latest word from scientists from 2 of the top-ranking colleges in the US suggests the end of the annoying problem. Chemists from the University of California and University of Colorado have developed a new material that’s sure to catch the attention of many industries. It is …
Have a question? Or maybe you’ve got some suggestions and ideas to share? Whichever the case, I’d love to hear from you. You can reach me at dean [at] pcbproject [dot] co [dot] uk.