Broadcast Engineer at BellMedia, Computer history buff, compulsive deprecated, disparate hardware hoarder, R/C, robots, arduino, RF, and everything in between.
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Chicago prankster makes awesome flyers comparing artists to rats

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Artist/rat Mitch O'Connell spotted this excellent prank flyer on a phone pole in Chicago. Mitch has so far managed to avoid eating any of the artist bait that's been left out for him and his kind.

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The first Arduino.cc Arduino UNO made in USA #TeamArduinoCC @arduino @adafruit

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Busy Monday, Massimo stopped by today and he now has the first Arduino.cc Arduino UNO made in USA. This is one week after Arduino.cc announced Arduino.cc has selected Adafruit as the USA manufacturing partner. Bonus video with Ladyada here.

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Compressed towelettes are super handy

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BikeMaster Compressed Towelettes - 50pc. Pack 151600

Compressed at 70,000lbs of pressure, these tiny washcloth pucks expand with a few drops of water. They super helpful to have around!

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Water and shock resisting 10400 mAh USB battery

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My favorite portable battery yet, the UNIFUN is the sturdiest pack I've found. This 10400 ma battery is perfect for use on a bicycle, motorcycle or camping.

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New Project: Minecraft Activated Arduino Alarm

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featuredYou’ve amassed a small fortune in diamonds, wood, coal, iron, food, and the other resources you need. You’ve spent hours building the perfect Minecraft fortress to stockpile your goods. But who will watch your stash while you’re on another server? In this project guide, you’ll learn to use Arduino coding […]

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Where is my damned jetpack?

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This is the the Small Rocket Lift Device (SRLD), developed by engineer Wendell F. Moore of Bell Aerosystems in the late 1950s. Unfortunately, the SRLD isn't in my garage ready for my commute but rather at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Read the rest

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