Doctor Who

Member Since: November 4, 2008

Country: United States



Somewhere between 900 and something and 50




Jedi Knight Computers

Spoken Languages

English, and some Yiddish, also Klingon and sometimes a few others.

Programming Languages

Pascal, BASIC, and VEE (A graphic test and measurement language, also VB.


Too many to list here.




Computers, hardware for them, and SciFI, see the site for Doctor Who at the BBC for more hints.



  • Product DD-12012 | about 2 months ago

    Did the Dumpster Diver finish his deep dive?

  • Product PRT-08249 | about 3 months ago

    Bought mine on the Saturday from the NYU computer store’s component selection. And I noticed the connector style when I got it home. Who makes it? And where do I find a male connector to mate with it?

  • Product PRT-12047 | about 7 months ago

    That guy looks a of lot like the regular ones, except for the ears to attach to others like it. I’m impressed.

    As an old friend once said, “Count me in!”.

  • Product DEV-11235 | about 10 months ago

    The Netduino (but not probably the Plus 2) are in that shape. I believe the Netduino 2 is still in that shape. The Plus 2 is one which has its networking built in.

  • Product BOB-00494 | about 11 months ago

    I know of an excellent application for this board. Sparkfun you guys should look into making up a batch using this board and the DS2482-100 which is an I2C to One-Wire translation device.

    Making these up, using those chips and this board requires an exacting talent, and steady hands, and good tools. I think I’ve got all of that, but I believe all of you have the tools to do the job and better.

  • Product COM-10280 | about a year ago

    Group for these remotes some explanation should be provided. Starting with how to get the battery holder out without destroying it. (The remote that is.) Followed by which end up the battery goes in. Battery must be put in with the plus side facing the bottom. Also instructions must be provided with the remote and the retail packaging as well.

  • Tutorial - Danger Shield Kit Landing Page | about a year ago

    Incidentally mine from that dealer was also missing a resistor. Which I should have found from the beginning, closed it up and brought it back… Instead I found the missing value and installed it from a collection.

  • Tutorial - Tri-Color LED Breakout Quickstart Guide | about a year ago

    And then I had noticed that the poor thing was screened wrong. It should be screened the same on both sides. Top and bottom.

    Also a special sound set towards your demo sketch author. The person wrote one which only needed one thing changed. For some strange reason a select, and copy to clipboard and then pasting inside the IDE caused the comments to be broken wrong in spacing. Fixed with a judicious delete on spacing….. Also means that the code contained in the repository needs to be checked….

  • Tutorial - Danger Shield Kit Landing Page | about a year ago

    For mine which I bought from a dealer, I bought a socket for the shift register. Further releases of this excellent example of what can happen with an excellent design source and a mechanism to build them, should include these sixteen pin sockets for the shift register.

  • Tutorial - Tri-Color LED Breakout Quickstart Guide | about a year ago

    Interesting idea for the LED positioning scheme. L for the long lead, and S for the short one. Took me for a fast loop.

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