As mentioned in the site’s inaugural post, I previously pursued electronics as a hobby. Back in 2009, I started NBitWonder, a DIY electronics website and blog, with a close friend. It ran for a few years until being shut down in 2012. Over the course of its life, it enjoyed some success, including mentions on a number of popular electronics websites such as Hackaday, Make, Adafruit, and Dangerous Prototypes. Although the site was brought to an end, a backup copy of the source materials was retained, and after receiving the blessing of my fellow co-founder, I have made the content from the NBitWonder blog available once again, here.
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Hello again internet, it’s been a long time. For those of you who don’t know me, I am George Hadley. I spend my days as an electrical engineer, designing circuits and writing code. By night, I spend my time… designing circuits and writing code. Or so it was in my life for quite some time. I’ve been away from the fun for awhile, and I seek to rectify that here, on my new website, Hadley Research.
What is this place?
Hadley Research will be a repository of knowledge, writings, and projects which I create. In time, it may also extend to be a place where people can purchase my goods and services; time will tell. I hope to provide content here which is equal parts useful and entertaining for readers and audiences. Feel free to connect, via comments or email, for a chance to steer the discussion.
Without further adieu, let’s get started, shall we?