Art without engineering is dreaming;
Engineering without art is calculating.

Steven K. Roberts, N4RVE

Posts Tagged ‘Louisville’

Computing Across America – Louisville WHAS11 Bernson’s Corner

Barry Bernson has personified the human-interest class of news in Louisville since 1971, and his stories were always a pleasure to watch. During a return visit to Jeffersontown to visit my parents, I had the pleasure of doing an interview with him. This VHS recording was on top of the TV when I returned sadly…

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Louisville Regional Science Fair winners 1969

After three years of working on speech synthesis, I finally made it to the International Science Fair with a machine that showed promise… a working model of the vocal tract based on X-rays of my own head. With an arcane user-interface that included a voicing foot-pedal and fingers inserted into a tongue-emulator, I could create…

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Why we need new classrooms

by Steve Roberts, 3rd gradeThe Dayman – November 16, 1960Louisville Country Day School I was but a wee third-grader here, and this is certainly far outside the mainstream geeky content of this archive, but I just couldn’t resist. In my first published article (Louisville Country Day School paper), I agitate for new classrooms at the…

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