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Member Since: November 25, 2010

Country: United States

  • I think that you could provide an adequate AMOE using the Wish List system. A user adding an item to a Wish List that pushes it into the qualifying range triggers the random number generator for the chance to win all the items on the list. Each list gets one trigger or one trigger per list per day (whichever is most legal).

    Sure you'll get some people creating wish lists just for a shot at free stuff but probably no more than you'll get people cancelling orders after they fail to score a freebie.

  • After decades of searching, Hermie finally finds the perfect family for his dental practice.

  • I'd just like to know how they sound. It would have been interesting if you had hooked one up to say, an MP3 player and set it up on the table. So we could compare it against your voice in the video. Maybe jrossetti will include a demo in his review?

  • Maker Faire just seemed like the perfect opportunity to roll out Sparkfuns newest wearable, the "Backpack Buddy"! This Arduino driven mini-Gundam provides great mobility for anyone willing to sacrifice their legs. We're working out some wrinkles with the power supply, but the Buddy will park itself in kneeling position (for safety)when the charge level is critical. Full surround protective helmet is optional, but recommended. Electromagnetic Shielding for the power source is not optional according to the NRC.
    Check back for product updates, including a version for those who choose to keep their legs!

No public wish lists :(