I was asked by Make Editorial Director Gareth Branwyn to make a couple of pages that explain how to use a breadboard, then how to build a circuit for a breadboarding workshop at World Maker Faire. It was fun! and it was really fun to see people use my comic to build a circuit.
I bought one of the breadboarding kits because I thought that it would be a great intor to breadboarding for my basic electronics classes but the kit does not include your comic. I tried to buy some from they people there but to no avail. Are they going to be posted online?
Thanks bunches ( I’m also going to use the arduino and binary comics!)
I am pretty sure Make is going to put the comics online, they haven’t done it yet. I’ll post here when it is up. Glad you liked the comics!
I run the Seattle Arduino Meetup and your comic is becoming a staple resource for our group’s new members. If you’re ever in Seattle I would love to have you as a speaker at the meetup!
Thanks, that would be great. I live on the east coast, but you never know.
Jody! Love this. In one of my design studios, we did a project where the students had to package a radio transmitter kit as a way to introduce people to pirate/popular radio. I had the engineering students come in and go over the geek stuff, and the students came up with some really interesting takes on the instructional design. Very cool!
Thank you! I think comics are really great for explaining stuff and I’m always interested in how you can make technical information clear. Would love to see what your students did.