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April 25, 2012
News - Enginursday: License This…
about 2 months ago
I think this could be on to something: What is something we all like? hmmmm…
If someone chooses to provide some support to Sparkfun’s OSI, they can which helps fund more projects like these!
I think in generic terms it’s known as Donationware
News - Your March Caption Contes…
about 5 months ago
New Product Friday: Freaky Flying Attack Baby Robots
No Sparkfun employees were harmed in the making of this video
News - SparkFun Partners with FI…
about 8 months ago
Awesome! On the blog post referenced I had suggested Sparkfun for them to partner with for making a breakout board for the expansion port!
News - Your October Caption Cont…
about 11 months ago
Got all setup to fly my plane! Then realized I left my controller at home…
Would like to know that ^^ too.
Similarly, any chance of a version of this that supports 4 motors?
News - The Move Is On!
I’m surprised that the building isn’t just a giant version of one of their boxes!
Need to add some giant Sparkfun logos painted on the outside :)
News - New SparkFun Data Service
about a year ago
This is really cool.
Though I do suggest adding a delete stream button on the stream view page as to help keep down excess data (i feel some, including me might end up being to lazy / forget about the delete string link and just leave the data up, oops in advance).
Also I tested with sending a set of digits from 0 to 9 to a stream using Python on my Raspberry Pi and they were separated by only 100ms! That is great.
for those trying to do a random sending to a stream using Python, it is as simple as this…
urllib.urlopen([Your URL Here])
Random note… after creating a stream, it shows an example link with a data value of 13.61 but when clicked, it actually directs to a url with 21.79 as the data value :) confused me for a moment, lol
News - May Caption Contest!
about a year ago
Every now and then his brain gets fried and I just have to resolder these joints.
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