In the December issue of the IEEE Spectrum magazine, read about DIY rocket programs, hacking ham radio for phone-free texts, the end of diabetes, and more.
Inside a DIY Rocket Program
|“It was one of the prettiest sights I have ever seen: our homemade rocket floating down from the sky, slowed by a white-and-orange parachute that I had worked on during many nights at the dining room table...”|
Facebook's Real Plan for Cryptocurrency
|“Facebook has finally made its long-awaited foray into crypto-currencies, but the project is a shadow of its ambitious initial plans. The company has launched its Novi digital wallet, but without the Diem cryptocurrency...”|
Hacking Ham Radio for Phone-Free Texts
|“My first exposure to radio communication happened when I was around 5 or 6 years old. My dad was working as an airport electrician. He would bring walkie-talkies home, and my brothers and I would play with them around...“|
The End of Diabetes
|“In some ways, this is a family story. Peter Kovatchev was a naval engineer who raised his son, Boris, as a problem solver, and who built model ships with his granddaughter, Anna. He also suffered from a form of diabetes…“|
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