Back in 2010, Bob Pease sent me a couple pictures of some prototype printed circuit boards (PCBs) he had made in the early 1960s. Pease got to be a great analog engineer because he would hack away at circuits, working with his hands and real parts, instead of computer simulations. Pease wrote:
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