Collaborative Writing Experiment: Your Favorite DSP Websites

Stephane BoucherMay 30, 2013

You are invited to contribute to the content of this blog post through the magic of Google Docs' real time collaboration feature.

I discovered this tool several months ago when I was looking for a way to coordinate our annual family halloween party (potluck) and avoid the very unpleasant situation of ending up with too much chips and not enough chocolate (first world problem!).  It was amusing to keep an eye on the "food you will bring" document we had created for this and watch several of our guests add to it in real time (I know, I am easily amused).

Last week, I decided to try the Google Docs experiment with members of EmbeddedRelated and it worked out much better than I expected. You can see the list of Embedded Systems Links that the members built.

I am curious now to see how a similar experiment will unfold with members of DSPRelated contributing to a list of useful DSP links.

If you know of a particularily useful DSP site that you would like to share with the community, please go ahead and add it to the list.

Obviously, there are risks to an experiment like this, as anyone with the link can modify the document.  Fortunately, as the owner of the document, I can revert back to previous revisions easily.  Also, I count on the multitude of well-intentioned members to help me keep the document spam free (do not hesitate to delete any bad link).

And don't forget to refresh this page often, to see how the list evolves.

Thanks and happy editing!

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