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Member Since: February 3, 2007

Country: United States



Electrical Engineering ninja, currently living in an alternate reality where I am also a Software Engineering ninja.

Programming Languages

C, Perl, Python, AVR assembler


North Carolina State University (2006)

  • It’s also a play on a popular radio show segment from A Prairie Home Companion, called Guy Noir. At least, I hope it’s that and not the fact that I listen to too much NPR.


  • Just a point of data here, I just went to adafruit to get a breakout for this module, but would’ve purchased from sparkfun otherwise. It’s been two whole years; please concoct a simple breakout for this, SF!

  • A computer CPU realized in PTH components would, in fact, look exactly like this: http://www.bigmessowires.com/bmow1/

  • Yes, the datasheet for the LMZ14203 does specify that it’s good from 0.8-6.0V. However, this breakout is configured for only the two choices mentioned above in the description. I’d prefer something with a more continuous level of adjustability.

  • Any chance there’s an adjustable-output version in the works? 5V/3V3 covers many use-cases, but I can think of at least a dozen situations where I’d want something higher or lower.

  • Is there an ETA on backorder for this product?

  • Isley.<br />
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    After Marvin, O'Kelly, Ronald, and Rudolph; The Isley Brothers.

  • The piece of wood holding the chainsaw to the floor appears to be taped down with the same stuff holding CardboardBot together. It must be amazingly tough!

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