Read an article on “The Printed Circuit Board of Paul Eisler,” which provides a brief biography of the circuit board’s inventor and the significance of his creation.
28:57 If you’re feeling particularly adventurous, check out an hour-and-a-half long lecture, “Tinkertoys to Solid Circuits – Microcircuitry in the 1950’s,” given at the Computer History Museum. The lecture features several different speakers discussing topics related to the circuit board. The lecture proper begins at 14:05, following several introductions. First, Michael Riordian gives a brief overview speech on the history of developments in microcircuitry. Following Riordian’s lecture, several panelists who were involved in the major marketing and scientific changes in microcircuitry discuss