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Electronic Engineering Video Blog by Dave Jones. Dave is your sterotypical Aussie bloke and excellent when it comes to design, manufacture, education and has a mailbag session. You may scream at the monitor when Dave is repairing something. "Dave, there is a good reason that it was in the dumpster mate!"
FranLab. There is something about Frans channel. Technically, it is retro-tech. Enjoy Fran building a 1970 New out of the box, HeatKit Kit or firing up a Nixie tube. It is not the destination, but it is the journey and watching her work is somewhat soothing. Have a visit with Fran and see what's happening in the Lab.
Explaining Computers is hosted by an English Gentleman, Christopher Barnatt and his steely offsider, Mr Scissors. His explanations, with regards to computer topics, Single Board Computers (SBC) and general PC stuff, are of the very highest quality. You will enjoy this channel with cameos from Mr Scissors and Stanley the knife.
Another Aussie bloke who reviews SBCs and IOT. Whether you're into STEM, "Internet of Things", makerspaces, Maker Faires, quick tutorials, projects or just an honest review on a Maker product then this channel is for you.
Tony is special. Not quite special as in licking the windows of the special bus. He has a different view on life and amateur time travel. He is a Canadian who can cut W1 tool steel with his bare hands. His channel is about metal machining.
Space Time explores the outer reaches of space, the craziness of astrophysics, the possibilities of sci-fi, and anything else you can think of beyond Planet Earth with our astrophysicist host: Matthew O’Dowd. Mathew is an Aussie, at least he was born here, good enough.
Paul Carlson, VE7ZWZ, a Canadian Amateur Radio Operator, hosts his channel Mr Carlsons Lab. Paul has an avalanche of test equipment. (Have a look at his channel for an explination of why I said avalanche). He performs numerous vintage radio and test equipment restorations and his work is supurb.