Welcome, Negatron. Welcome to Open Circuits.
I hope you enjoy reading OpenCircuits and sharing your knowledge with us.
A few tips:
- You can "sign" your contributions by typing four tildes "~~~~" at the end.
- Be bold with your editing. If you add information that really belongs on some other page of this wiki (or on some other wiki entirely), or you accidentally delete some crucial stuff, it's fairly easy for anyone to fix it. Please feel free to revert or otherwise fix-up any of my edits that turn out to be erroneous and/or misguided.
- We are all volunteers here.
If you have any questions, you can leave a message on my "talk" page or on the Community Portal.
--DavidCary 17:36, 3 March 2007 (PST)
On Open Circuits:Community Portal, we talked extremely briefly about a camcorder mic. Would you mind improving Open Circuits by posting at least one thing that you've learned, so the next person doesn't have to learn the hard way?
I hope you can see why I would prefer one useful tidbit of information from each of a thousand people, rather than a polished essay from each of 2 people. --DavidCary 08:39, 19 July 2007 (PDT)