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And if you don’t know, now you know.

I’ve got to put my projects on the back-burner as school starts up again, but I’ll be trying to keep in touch with electronics and the Arduino as best as I can. I’ll probably get sucked into mini projects every now and then anyway since I constantly bombard myself with sources of intriguing information relating to electronics.

So that’s what this post will be about, spilling the beans on my current sources of stories and general info on electronics and the Arduino. I’ll try to organize this list by what I frequent the most.

reddit.com/r/Arduino+Electronics+AskElectronics+Ece+Engineeringstudents

Reddit’s electronics related subreddits combined into one link. All of those constantly provide me with new ideas and interesting articles to read, and I see people submit questions that I have all the time. /r/Breadboard and /r/Letslearnelectronics also merit a look.

EEVblog – eevblog.com

“An off-the-cuff video blog for electronics engineers, hobbyists, hackers and makers.” This guy puts out some really entertaining and educational videos, some of the topics may be a bit advanced for the beginner but it gets you thinking in that electronics mindset.

Ladyada / Adafruit Industries Tutorials

Some great tutorials by Ladyada on the Arduino, electronic components, projects, and programming.

Arduino.cc Tutorials and Arduino.cc Reference

Nothing better than having your source of info be right from the creators of the Arduino.

bildr – bildr.org

“Documented methods for doing one thing, and offering them for as many microcontrollers as possible.” Puts out beautifully done tutorials.

falstad Electronic Circuit Simulator

Simple circuit simulator. You can add wires and various components to try out some basic ideas before you build them.

kpsec The Electronics Club

Very nice site for easy to digest explanations of basic electronic principles, various components and parts, and sample projects and prototyping.

Others worth mentioning:

jeremyblum.com

electronics-tutorials.ws

tronixstuff.wordpress.com

conductiveresistance.com

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