How did you find All About Circuits.com?

How did you find All About Circuits.com?

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Dave

Joined Nov 17, 2003
6,960
I spent the rest of my evening and well into the morning (and am now just realizing its 3:30am) reading the entire e-book. I'll probably have to read through it again, as I doubt I'll remember much of what I've learned tomorrow morning, but I just had to register and say what a wonderful site and forum you guys have on your hands here.
Thanks! :)

We hope you continue to enjoy all this site has to offer in your new found hobby.

Dave
 

subtech

Joined Nov 21, 2006
123
I googled "electronic forums".
Right after I googled "Yahoo".



It doesn't take much to entertain me...
 

bertus

Joined Apr 5, 2008
20,049
Hello,

I was looking for elektronics Ebooks, found the allaboutcircuits site, and forum.

Greetings,
Bertus
 

mrmeval

Joined Jun 30, 2006
833
I got enthralled with a microcontroller system and through using it gained a need to explore building electronics further. In helping others understand some of the basics on http://www.arduino.cc I found this place, probably via google. I've mostly repaired electronics and only built computers and such and small circuits for repair. Building a working system without premade boards is new to me. Unfortunately I don't have copious amounts of free time to learn what I don't know and relearn what I should know but I'm working on it.
 

roddefig

Joined Apr 29, 2008
149
I was using the AC/DC Electronics cheat sheet to develop a formula sheet for a class and got irritated with trying logins on bugmenot that didn't work so I registered and ended up replying to a few posts.
 

dhc7

Joined Jun 22, 2008
10
Googled something about volt meter circuits, and one hit took me here. The forum looked very interesting to me, so I decided to register. However, I've found this site many times before, but never paid much attention to it.

But it's never too late. :)
 

HallMark

Joined Apr 3, 2011
89
I know this is very old thread but i can't resist myself from posting here.
I come to know about this forum from my friend R!f@@
 

magnet18

Joined Dec 22, 2010
1,223
I didn't even know this thread existed
I had been to the site couple times when google found old threads, I finally joined when I had a question I couldn't find an answer to, not sure why I chose this forum, luck I guess, but I like it :D
 

debjit625

Joined Apr 17, 2010
790
I also didnt know about this thread,I found this forum with the help of my very old friend Mr Google
 

Thread Starter

Dave

Joined Nov 17, 2003
6,960
Another legacy from the old Invision days (that's why the "poll" is broken).

Dave
 

atferrari

Joined Jan 6, 2004
3,451
IIRC when searching for forums about electronics.

Searching for "electronic forums", (it was years ago) did not bring the same results as nowadays. I recall using something like "electronics discussion groups" or similar to get the names of some forums.

Have learn about the e book quite later.
 
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Thread Starter

Dave

Joined Nov 17, 2003
6,960
IIRC when searching for forums about electronics.

Searching for "electronic forums", (it was years ago) did not bring the same results as nowadays. I recall using something like "electronics discussion groups" or similar to get the names of some forums.

Have learn about the e book quite later.
If I am not mistaken, yours is the oldest active user account on the AAC forums January 2004.

(After mine that is).

Dave
 

DerStrom8

Joined Feb 20, 2011
2,373
I was referred to this site by ElectroNerd from Electro-Tech. I first started looking at forums in August of last year, and at the moment, am a member on three different sites. At the moment, AAC and ETO are my top two favorite forums :D
Der Strom
 

Adjuster

Joined Dec 26, 2010
2,147
A few years ago, I was searching the web for something or other (can't remember what), when the search turned up some strange questions someone had asked about transistors on physicsforums.com. Out of curiosity I looked up the reference and was fascinated by what I found.

Reading more discussions there and eventually taking part whetted my appetite for more, so I began searching for other forums more specifically about electronics. That soon took me to AAC.
 

Wendy

Joined Mar 24, 2008
21,848
Who is Graham? He seems to be an early moderator.

I was referred here by Studiot from Major Geeks.
 
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