Yo yo yo! Check out my book

Above is a digital version of the Computer Engineering for Babies. Use the arrow keys or click/tap the edges of the book to turn the pages. You can also click the buttons. For the AND and XOR pages, you can click to unpress the buttons to see how the various components work. (If you're using a touch device, then you can use multiple touches to press buttons at the same time).

I have been working on this physical version, off and on, for a couple of years, and now I am serious about starting the first production run in the next few months.

Please take a moment to ask yourself honestly if you:

If you fall into any of these categories, then please drop your email in the field below so I can try to sell you something 3 weeks from now.

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I reassure you that you will receive at most two emails from me. One email when the book goes live on Kickstarter, or Indiegogo, or wherever. And a possible second email when/if the book is ready for sale in the traditional sense. After that, the email list will be deleted.

I have two young boys, and since they could sit up, they have both loved electrical buttons and switches, especially large arcade style buttons. A couple weeks ago, my youngest snatched one of the prototype arcade buttons off my desk and carried it around with him the whole day pressing it with that soft familiar "click-click". When my oldest was one, he would demand that I hold him so he could flip the light switch in the dining room. He would then jerk his head in a 180 to confirm that the light was now off. Then turn back to the switch, flip it back on, turn his head to confirm the bulbs had turned on again, and repeat, over, and over, and over.

This book is inspired by my sons' curiosity, and a hope that I might be able fuel that curiosity, and keep them entertained without having to suspend them in the air to toggle light switches.

If you have any questions, you can email me at crobertsbmw @ the free email service provided by Google.