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December 29, 2010
about 4 months ago
It would be really helpful to point out on the product page that the programmer requires a USB extension cable (not a normal USB cable). If I hadn’t found one in the bottom of my cable drawer, I probably would be throwing a little tantrum about now. I’m looking forward to lighting this thing up.
News - December Caption Contest
about 4 months ago
“Fresh brains roasting on an open fire / Zombies nipping at your nose / Undead carols being sung by a pyre / and Walkers dressed in bloody clothes….”
Nick learned something new about Shawn while testing the Arduino-based “They LIve” glasses.
After 3 weeks, Shawn is declared the winner of the Sparkfun Mannequin Challenge.
about 5 months ago
Is the board Open Source? I see a prominent copyright notice in the photo.
about 10 months ago
What’s the story on availability of this part? I’ve just finished a Dog Bed Scale using this part, and started on a Dog Water Bowl Scale using the same part - lucky me I ordered an extra. Is it obsoleted? Will you be replacing it? It’d break my heart to find my two Open Source designs use an unavailable part. I see several customers had trouble getting it wired up, but I think that issue could be overcome as more people publish their projects that use it.
A Wheatstone bridge amplifier is a basic piece of sensor technology - please make it available again.
I found the Load Sensor a bit tricky to mount properly, so I eventually designed a 3D printed part to hold it to a wooden support block. It’s loadsensorholder.FCStd/.stl, part of my Dog Bed Weight Scale github at https://github.com/bneedhamia/CurieBLEWeightMonitor
News - November Caption Contest
about a year ago
Pete advocates “stay loose” as an alternative to “duck and cover”.
Pete misunderstood the “evacuation” drill.
Pete loves his DIY Sit/Stand desk.
No public wish lists :(
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