Feedback and Wikipedia


You might notice a new link over on the left hand side called 'Feedback'. If you discover a broken link, click on 'Feedback' (a new window will pop up) and drop us a line. Quick and painless. If you've got a recommendation, shoot us a note. If you have a bone to pick about our shipping options, let us know!

If you really enjoy giving feedback, we really enjoy hearing from SparkFun customers. After the simple feedback box, there is a an in-depth form if you need psycho-suggestive questions. Please fill out as little or as much as you feel like. We read customer feedback like the nutritional facts on Spam with Bacon. Customer feedback is what makes SparkFun great so you can be sure we will pore over every submission.

And now for your viewing enjoyment:
http://www.sparkfun.com/tutorial/PrinterJump.jpg
Marcus, Stephen, TJ, and Paul take on the printer in the shipping department.

If you'd like to contribute to the SparkFun Wikipedia entry, we would really like your assistance. We are not very good at history, but we would like to share a brief history of time here at SparkFun. If you have some info to add or if you'd like to know more, please let us know (you know, with that feedback thingy).

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