I thought it would take me a day or two to implement, it took almost two weeks...

But here it is, the new comments systems for blogs, heavily inspired by the forum system I developed earlier this year.

Which means that:

• You can easily add images, either by drag and drop or through the 'Insert Image' button
• You can add MathML, TeX and ASCIImath equations and they will be rendered with Mathjax
• You can add code snippets and they will be highlighted with highlights.js
• You can edit...

## 3 Good News

March 9, 20161 comment
Good News #1

Last week, I announced a new and ambitious reward program that will be funded by the new Vendors Directory.

This week, I am happy to announce that we have our firsts two sponsors!  Quantum Leaps & Abelon Systems have agreed to pay the sponsorship fee to be listed in the new Vendors Directory.  Because of their support, there is now some money in the reward pool ($1,000) and enough to pay for the firsts 500 'beers' awarded. Please... ## Go Big or Go Home - Generating$500,000 for Contributors

In a Nutshell
• A new Vendors Directory has been created
• Vendors will be invited to pay a sponsorship fee to be listed in the directory
• 100% of the basic sponsorship fee will be distributed to the *Related Sites community through a novel reward system
• The goal is for the directory to eventually generate - drum roll please -  $500,000 on a yearly basis for contributing members on the *Related Sites • Members will choose how the reward money gets distributed between... ## The New Forum is LIVE! February 18, 20161 comment After months of hard word, I am very excited to introduce to you the new forum interface. Here are the key features: 1- Easily add images to a post by drag & dropping the images in the editor 2- Easily attach files to a post by drag & dropping the files in the editor 3- Add latex equations to a post and they will be rendered with Mathjax (tutorial) 4- Add a code snippet and surround the code with ## Helping New Bloggers to Break the Ice: A New Ipad Pro for the Author with the Best Article! November 9, 2015 Breaking the ice can be tough. Over the years, many individuals have asked to be given access to the blogging interface only to never post an article. Maybe they underestimated the time it takes to write a decent article, or maybe they got cold feet. I don't blame or judge them at all - how many times in my life have I had the intention to do something but didn't follow through? Once, maybe twice 😉 (don't worry if you don't... ## Welcoming MANY New Bloggers! October 27, 20153 comments The response to the latest call for bloggers has been amazing and I am very grateful. In this post I present to you the individuals who, so far (I am still receiving applications at an impressive rate and will update this page as more bloggers are added), have been given access to the blogging interface. I am very pleased with the positive response and I think the near future will see the publication of many great articles, given the quality of the... ## Recruiting New Bloggers! October 16, 20157 comments Previous calls for bloggers have been very successful in recruiting some great communicators - Rick LyonsJason Sachs, Victor Yurkovsky, Mike Silva, Markus NentwigGene BrenimanStephen Friederichs, ## Two jobs December 5, 201223 comments For those of you following closely embeddedrelated and the other related sites, you might have noticed that I have been less active for the last couple of months, and I will use this blog post to explain why. The main reason is that I got myself involved into a project that ended up using a better part of my cpu than I originally thought it would. I currently have two jobs: one as an electrical/dsp engineer recycled as a web publisher and the other as a parent of three kids. My job... ## FPGA Bloggers Needed - New Reward System April 11, 20112 comments Are you an FPGA expert? If you are an have an interest in sharing your knowledge with the FPGA community, you might be interested in the new reward system for bloggers (see the blogs section here). The rewards will be based on page impressions, meaning that the more traffic a blog post will get, the faster it will generate rewards for the author. Basically, a given blog post will generate$25 to the author for every 250 unique pageviews, up to a maximum total reward of $500 per blog post... ## New Design - Finally! April 29, 20093 comments For those of you who are familiar with my work, you already know that FPGARelated.com is not the only engineering web site that I publish. I also publish DSPRelated.com and EmbeddedRelated.com. Those two web sites have been on a new design for quite some time now and porting the new design to FPGARelated.com has been on my todo list for too long! I am glad today to announce that I have finally found the time to apply the more modern design to FPGARelated.com. Thank you... ## Recruiting New Bloggers! October 16, 20157 comments Previous calls for bloggers have been very successful in recruiting some great communicators - Rick LyonsJason Sachs, Victor Yurkovsky, Mike Silva, Markus NentwigGene BrenimanStephen Friederichs, ## Two jobs December 5, 201223 comments For those of you following closely embeddedrelated and the other related sites, you might have noticed that I have been less active for the last couple of months, and I will use this blog post to explain why. The main reason is that I got myself involved into a project that ended up using a better part of my cpu than I originally thought it would. I currently have two jobs: one as an electrical/dsp engineer recycled as a web publisher and the other as a parent of three kids. My job... ## Go Big or Go Home - Generating$500,000 for Contributors

In a Nutshell
• A new Vendors Directory has been created
• Vendors will be invited to pay a sponsorship fee to be listed in the directory
• 100% of the basic sponsorship fee will be distributed to the *Related Sites community through a novel reward system

## Helping New Bloggers to Break the Ice: A New Ipad Pro for the Author with the Best Article!

November 9, 2015

Breaking the ice can be tough.  Over the years, many individuals have asked to be given access to the blogging interface only to never post an article.  Maybe they underestimated the time it takes to write a decent article, or maybe they got cold feet. I don't blame or judge them at all - how many times in my life have I had the intention to do something but didn't follow through?  Once, maybe twice 😉 (don't worry if you don't...

## New Discussion Group: DSP & FPGA

I have just created a new discussion group for engineers implementing DSP functions on FPGAs. The creation of this group has been on my todo list for a long time. If you want to join the group, send a blank email to: fpgadsp-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

As usual, it should take a few weeks before there are enough members for interesting discussions to get started.

I thought it would take me a day or two to implement, it took almost two weeks...

But here it is, the new comments systems for blogs, heavily inspired by the forum system I developed earlier this year.

Which means that:

• You can easily add images, either by drag and drop or through the 'Insert Image' button
• You can add MathML, TeX and ASCIImath equations and they will be rendered with Mathjax
• You can add code snippets and they will be highlighted with highlights.js
• You can edit...

## New Design - Finally!

For those of you who are familiar with my work, you already know that FPGARelated.com is not the only engineering web site that I publish. I also publish DSPRelated.com and EmbeddedRelated.com. Those two web sites have been on a new design for quite some time now and porting the new design to FPGARelated.com has been on my todo list for too long!  I am glad today to announce that I have finally found the time to apply the more modern design to FPGARelated.com.

Thank you...