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January 11, 2012
News - April Caption Contest |
about 2 weeks ago
The new Arduino can turn anyone into a chick magnet.
News - Your March Caption Contes… |
about a month ago
The Dog Tribunal decides the punishment for a dirty dog bed is Disco.
News - February Caption Contest |
about 2 months ago
Nah bra. Selfies are totally still cool.
News - Your SparkFun January Cap… |
about 3 months ago
Sparkfun Acrobatics 404: Robot Chassis Jumping
News - December Caption Contest |
about 4 months ago
Never mix Cuervo, Captain, and Jack…..
News - October Caption Contest |
about 6 months ago
Sulking in the the Sparkfun Furlough room!
News - September Caption Contest |
about 7 months ago
Somebody forgot to put on their Where’s Waldo Costume.
Owl 1: “Who”
Owl 2: “Who”
Owl 3: “Who”
Owl 4: “Who”
Owl 5: “Who”
Owl 6: “Who”
News - Your August Caption Conte… |
about 9 months ago
Tommy the T-Rex stop was a cool attraction in the 50’s, but even he was interested in the World’s Largest Blinking LED attraction that Sparkfun Installed next door.
News - Engineering Thursday - 3D… |
about 9 months ago
Work around or not- that sentence advocates for the theft of intellectual property - not the open sourced creation of it. Again, whether you support the patent system or don’t supporting the theft of ideas is wrong and unhelpful to the movement.
“Everyone has used a spork, and there is likely some company out there that has a patent/trademark/copyright on the spork of which they are to some degree protective. We’re going to open-source it. It will belong to the people!”
So, I understand the open source movement and generally support it (I like Sparkfun), but is Sparkfun advocating the theft of patented ideas here? Whether you support the patent system or don’t (I know where Nate is) supporting the theft of ideas is wrong and unhelpful to the movement.
No public wish lists :(