I finally got around to putting up a page for the cracklebox project I completed a few weeks back. Really a fun device...will be incorporating much more of it in near future recordings.
halelujah. wait. is that how to spell halelujah?
There are many ways to contribute to the DorkbotPDX community. Some of us are information junkies, so we have adopted a wealth of ways to share between ourselves and any passersby. Here are a variety of things you can do if you are interested in being a part of this crowd (we are most definitely non-exclusive!):
I've created a basic quarter sheet flier from Jasons LED image. You can download it here.
As it turns out, I actually was planning on using these 9V batteries for one of their 3 apparent usages: elevator switches (??), robots, and smoke detectors. Apparently the smoke detector diagram was so vague that it warranted labeling, but the elevator indicator did not. I think it looks like a smokeless ashtray maybe.
Anyway, I was impressed to learn that these batteries are great for use in robots!
One of my projects is Scorpius a mutant vehicle reminiscent of a scorpion, built on a geo metro.
Also I have a travel diary, http://traveltogether.blogdns.net .
I helped rebuild Draka way way back when.
I just discovered this recently, seems like great platform for all sorts of diy design tools.
I think we're active enough now that I can justify the beratement of slackers (subgeni excluded).
You. Yes you...the one reading this. Post to the flickr pool, and post often:
I was pretty surprised at the nice bacon texture on the carved plum branches...and it even had a nice fruity smell.