Make your own TV antenna

Steve Wozniak talks about the Raspberry Pi

Steve Wozniak talks about the Raspberry Pi

Tour of an Analog TV Transmission Facility

An Introduction to Holographic Television

Sound And The Story – 1956 RCA Victor Vinyl Records Educational Documentary

The Story of Television – 1956 RCA Educational Documentary

Getting Started with the Beagle Bone Black

Look Ma… No Soldering!!! DIY WiFi Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Camera

Woz Presents: The Apple IIc rollout VHS tape, from 1984

Easy C In Ubuntu

C Program Creation Explained Simply And Quickly.

Remember % is the Unix system prompt. Ubuntu’s system prompt is different. Linux is different than Unix in running a compiled C program. One must place a ./programname in order for the program to run in Linux.

From http://courses.cms.caltech.edu/cs11/material/c/mike/lectures/C_lecture_1.pdf

  1. Go to terminal.
  2. In your home directory make a directory called ctests (mkdir ctests).
  3. Go to ctests directory. (cd ctests)
  4. Make hello.c text file. (sudo nano hello.c)
  5. Add hello world text. (Find it at Slide 7 http://courses.cms.caltech.edu/cs11/material/c/mike/lectures/C_lecture_1.pdf)
  6. Save file and compile it (Find it at Slide 8 http://courses.cms.caltech.edu/cs11/material/c/mike/lectures/C_lecture_1.pdf)
  7. Run the compiled program by typing ./hello