Archive for July, 2010

Bookmarks for July 30th

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Bookmarks for July 25th

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  • PCB Cost Comparison Calculator – This is a quick calculator for the most popular PCB manufacturers for prototype PCBs.
  • APCircuits
  • Scott Kelby’s Third Annual | Worldwide Photo Walk – a social photography event where photographers get together (usually in a downtown area or trendy section of town) to walk around, shoot photos, and generally have fun with other photographers.
  • BumbleB Version 2 Coming Soon | fletchtronics.net – Bumble-B version 2.0 is coming soon to fletchtronics.net. There have been several improvements.<br />
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    Updated microcontroller: ATMega32U2<br />
    3 pin power header replaced by a switch<br />
    Improved silkscreen<br />
    USB D+, D- lines now accessible
  • Japan Trend Shop | ChouChou Butterfly – Keeping a butterfly in a jar is a childhood memory we all share. Unfortunately real butterflies only last a day and we cannot preserve the sensation of watching their beauty time after time. Until now. The ChouChou is an amazingly realistic butterfly toy that will, yes, fly and move inside a jar when you tap on the lid. Simply but mesmerizing, this award-winning creature dazzled visitors to the Tokyo Toy Show 2010 and is likely to become a bestseller on its release in September.
  • World’s strongest beer – guaranteed to dent your wallet if not your liver | News.com.au – The blond Belgian ale, named The End of History, is an astonishing 55 per cent alcohol by volume (ABV) and is presented in a case made from stuffed animals, including stoats and squirrels.

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Bookmarks for July 21st

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Bookmarks for July 15th

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  • Behind the Work: Old Spice Responses – Ann-Christine Diaz – Behind The Work – Creativity Online – For the past two days, Old Spice's The Man Your Man Could Smell Like, aka Isaiah Mustafa, has become the king of the social media space, charming the general public, bloggers and journalists with his gravelly baritone, spectacular abs and convoluted wordplay, delivering tailor-made video responses to TMYMCSL's online fanbase.
  • SparkFun Electronics – Miniature Solar Cell – CPC1822 – The CPC1822 is a monolithic photovoltaic string of solar cells with switching circuitry. When operating in sunlight or a bright artificial light environment the optical energy will activate the cell array and generate a voltage at the output.
  • Make Money Writing Online | Gather – I wonder how good this site is.
  • ROILA – Robot Interaction Language – Do you speak robot?
  • nootropic design | code | Toolduino – Toolduino is a simple software tool that lets you easily interact with your Arduino hardware so you can test the circuits you create. Toolduino is written in the Processing languange and is available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Toolduino uses the the Arduino library for Processing to communicate with an Arduino board so you can manipulate output pins and read inputs. The Arduino must be running the Firmata firmware that comes with the Arduino IDE. Toolduino is not for use with your own Arduino sketch — you must upload the StandardFirmata sketch to your Arduino before starting Toolduino.

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Bookmarks for July 14th

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Bookmarks for July 12th

These are my links for July 12th:

  • Top 5 Twitter Clients For Android – Hack a Day – Hack-a-Day takes a good look at 5 twitter clients for Android.
  • Amazon.com: Soccer Robot 2-pk: Home Improvement – The Soccer Robot is an infrared remote control kit. Its microprocessor provides four different channels to have four robots playing together on the ground. Two separate motors give it forward and backward movement and turn it left and right. Another motor is used to kick the ball. Learn how to control the ball, hold it and kick it out. Requires (4) AA and (4) AAA batteries. Ages 10+
  • James Potter – Fan fiction based on the characters in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter.
  • StartSSL™ Certificates & Public Key Infrastructure – StartSSL™ Free – The StartSSL™ Free (Class 1) certificates are domain or email validated and mostly referred to as the free certificates. Because the checks are performed mostly by electronic means, they require only minimal human intervention from our side. The validations are here to make sure, that the subscriber is the owner of the domain name, resp. email account. You may find additional information on this subject in our CA policy.
  • Make: Online : Holy smokes Iron Man costume – [Le] used thin, high-impact urethane for the armor, cutting it into plates and joining them with some 1,500 rivets and washers. He sculpted a clay helmet mold and then used a liquid resin mix to create the final product…He also added a small servo motor that opens the faceplate, as in the movie, and built a gun out of pipes and a motor. LEDs in the eyes and chest-plate further add to the illusion.

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