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Member Since: April 3, 2007

Country: United States

  • News - Does It Matter Which Brow… | about 5 months ago

    Loved seeing this on a website that has nothing to do with computer technology, as a matter of fact they sell archery equipment: “Login Notice: This site is optimized for Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. If you experience trouble logging in from Internet Explorer, please try a free download of Firefox or Chrome.”

  • News - Does It Matter Which Brow… | about 5 months ago

    Flashback to the day they announced: “The most common search request from AOL’s search engine was google.com”.

  • News - Donation Day - Support Fl… | about 7 months ago

    It would be great to see a result of what Mondays sales and Elevations Credit Union raised to help out the community.

  • Product CLS-11126 | about 2 years ago

    How about a “multitasking” heat in which the competitior must A: assemble the kit, B: teach users how to change the font in an Excel doc, C: label the dialing procedures for a satellite phone, D: change the cyan cartridge in a printer (ONLY THE CYAN), E: text there girlfriend/boyfriend with a good excuse why they will be late to dinner, F: balance their checkbook, etc. Welcome to my world. :)

  • News - SparkFun and Censorship | about 2 years ago

    Quite simply, anyone who has researched these proposed bills knows exactly how badly they are written and how terribly they would actual enforce the piracy laws already in place and most importantly how unfairly they would impact every internet user. So I will leave it at this, we applaud you SparkFun, thank you.

  • Product COM-10469 | about 2 years ago

    Ran into a similar issue, after cutting one strand to a slightly shorter length it would no longer blink. This was fixed by adding another length on to increase load from the inverter. Basically the inverter is designed for a longer length (heavier load) and the residual power available when the blinking function goes to zero output is still enough to keep the shorter length lit. There was no permanent damage to my inverter it simply needed a heavier load to dissipate the power it produced.

  • Product COM-08201 | about 7 years ago

    WOW Bright! After working with it for 10 minutes I was seeing spots for the next hour. Does require at least 5.5V to fire and intensity reduces if you pulse on for .0008 s or less (just a good safety measure).

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