Electronics Today International or ETI was a magazine for electronics hobbyists and professionals. Originally started in Australia in April 1971, ETI was published in the UK in 1972.
It was one of the first magazines to publish circuit diagrams for building homebrew computer systems. They also published a monthly series of articles for their "system 68" microcomputer based on the Motorola 6800 Microprocessor, most of them written by John Miller-Kirkpatrick, the dozen or so articles described in detail how to build a M6800 based microcomputer, including a VDU.
Above is an excellent collection of simple and working circuits. These can help learn electronics and also use these as the building blocks for your larger Home, Garden, Garage or Holiday Projects.
Electronics Today Hobby Projects - This is yet another good collection of circuits and hobby projects to make your Christmas Tree Lights and other Gizmos and Gadgets to gift to your friends and family.