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Everyday Practical Electronics (EPE) Online is the world's first Web-delivered hobbyist
magazine for electronics and computer enthusiasts, with construction projects for beginners
and experts in each issue.
Every issue is packed with ideas, theory and projects for you to build — using class-
leading drawings and illustrations, with full circuit diagrams, p.c.b. layouts, artwork and
photos, EPE is bound to have something of interest to you!
EPE Online is fortunate to be associated with Everyday Practical
Electronics (EPE) and Electronics Today International (ETI) in the UK (EPE
is itself the result from the merging of two of the finest electronics
magazines ever published: Everyday Electronics (EE) and Practical
In addition to being the world's first web-delivered hobbyist magazine for
electronics and computer enthusiasts, EPE Online offers significant
advantages and a refreshing change over its older, staler competitors. For
example, Popular Electronics and Electronics Now in the US appear to be
lost in the 1950s and 1960s in terms of style and construction projects.
By comparison, EPE Online's construction projects are innovative and fun,
and there's something for beginners and experts alike in each issue.
There are of course many fine electronics magazines available to
hobbyists, such as Elektor (for European readers) and Electronics
Australia and Silicon Chip (for the "Down Under" audience). However,
Elektor's construction projects are esoteric to say the least, while
Electronics Australia and Silicon Chip don't offer the same coverage of
innovative and fun PIC-based projects that is rapidly becoming a trademark
of EPE Online.
Furthermore, it's difficult to get magazine's like Electronics Australia
and Silicon Chip in many countries around the world, but EPE Online is
"just a click" away to a worldwide audience on the world wide web.
Last but not least, the technology features in EPE Online mean that our
web-delivered magazine is of interest to readers of such diverse
publications as New Scientist and Electronics and Wireless World in the
UK, and Wireless World, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Discover
Magazine, and Scientific American in the US.