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Cool Sites
Every month we add more links to new web sites of interest to design engineers. Check out all of our Cool Sites at www.eepn.com/coolsites/

Product Locator
Looking for a particular type of product? Check out the EEPN's Product Locator at www.eepn.com/Locator/. There are hundreds of categories to choose from.

EEPN Daily Update
Each day EEPN posts new products to its web site. To view them, check out www.eepn.com or subscribe to the RSS feed on our home page.

eepn2
eepn2 is the digital magazine that takes you beyond the pages of EEPN. Check out the AM/FM Receiver IC from Silicon Labs in the January issue. It promises to revolutionize the AM/FM industry.

Joe Desposito's Blog
This month, Joe writes about his growing number of USB sticks and ideas of what he plans to do with them. Read about this and other topics by pointing your browser to www.eepn.com and clicking on Joe's Blog.

Coming Soon
EEPN Connect—Connect easily to vendor's web sites with just a click. Look for it on www.eepn.com.

WHAT'S UP?
Planning to go to a trade show? Check out our events calendar by pointing your browser to www.eepn.com and clicking on Events.

Engineering Videos on EEPN.COM
EEPN adds new engineering videos to its web site each week culled from sites like YouTube. This month's set includes a teardown of the Nintendo Wii and a very interesting walking robot. Just click the play button to view the videos at:
www.eepn.com/video.

Polling
Do you connect to the web with a mobile device such as a cell phone or PDA?

  • Yes, with OpenWave
  • Yes, with Opera Mobile/Opera Mini
  • Yes, with Pocket Internet Explorer
  • Yes, with NetFront
  • Yes, with ShoZu
  • Yes, with another browser/service
  • No, I only connect to the web with my PC

To vote, go to www.eepn.com.

Engineering TV
Check out the exciting engineering videos at www.engineeringtv.com.

Episode 5 - 'Remote' from CES 2007
Episode 4 – ASIMO at the Consumer Electronics Show

Electronic Design's Editor-in-Chief, Mark David, interviews Stephen Keeney, Project Leader for ASIMO at the Honda Motor Corporation, who talks specs about the ASIMO robot, it's design engineering challenges and the future of the project. Plus, there's a group Q and A.

Company: EEPN

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