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Afternoon Linkage for August 22nd, 2008

It’s friday and for once, I’m asking you to digg our article on Red Bull Cola. We found a winner for our T-Mobile contest. Another contest is coming next week! Halo the board game Here’s a chiptune documentary For the wine snobs reading this I want this poster The Day and Night watch Peek: The $100 PDA for e-mail Wear ...

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Minitek Electronic Music Festival

For those of you who will be in New York during the second week of September, we suggest you come out and visit us at the Minitek Electronic Music Festival. It’ll feature a handful of different electronic performing artists, music, art, technology and more. It takes place September 12th through the 14th and will feature both an indoor and outdoor ...

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Twitter Doorbell Hack

Twitter users take note: you can now tweet to ring a doorbell. While I’m not a Twitter user or fan of the service, I can appreciate how useful of a hack this is for people who can’t knock because their hands are full or something of the sort. The project is built around an Arduino, which is another why it’s ...

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DIY: Put On The Show Of A Lifetime

Check out this impressive real-time music visualization system. We already know that the Arduino is capable of pretty much anything your brain can fathom and then some, including this sweet DIY project that’ll turn any mundane stage band into a star-bound success. The amount of hardware that has gone into this visual output system is extensive but well worth it. ...

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Rat Brain Robot Is As Evasive As The Real Thing

In The Matrix, robots are self-aware of their existence. This is a bad thing as it eventually leads to the enslavement of mankind. The idea of a human brain inside a robot is intriguing for anyone whose ever wanted to put their brain in a robot body to become an Adrian Barbobot. Scientists are getting closer to that vision, having ...

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Afternoon Linkage for August 13th, 2008

We’ve got a contest going on and I’ll be at Media Meshing tonight in New York City if you want to meet up. Details can be found here. I wish I had known about this machine giving out free MetroCards SunnyD! Now with more cock! Interview with a blacksmith Arduino + Tux How to tap a phone line “You walk ...

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Oscillator Cufflinks Won’t Get You Laid

Looking stylish with those cufflinks made from electronic oscillators. Yes, those are real 25 MHz oscillators  that’ll keep your sleeves looking nerdy for just $10.  Etsy member digiBling hand-makes all of her electronic-inspired jewelry that’s guaranteed not to get you laid. Maybe you could interface these with your Arduino or something? You could have some sort of crazy Arduino top-hat ...

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Five Minute DIY: Terminator Sunglasses

I recently bought a new pair of sunglasses and didn’t need these cheap $6 Walgreens sunglasses I bought in Florida a year ago. With some time on my hands, I quickly modded them to resemble the pair Arnie wore in the classic action flick, The Terminator. This mod can most likely be done without solder, but we’re going to make ...

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Afternoon Linkage for August 8th, 2008

If you haven’t seen Pineapple Express yet, this weekend is a great time to do so. Ryan and I will be working on some new Arduino projects this weekend and we hope you’ll be reading our links while throwing back a cold one. Oh, and it’s 08/08/08. Creepy! Madden is going all out for it’s 20th Anniversary Explore the buzzwords ...

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The Beagle Board Does Not Include Free Peanuts

Digi-Key has unleashed its power house single-board computer called the Beagle Board. This developer dream board is perfect for DIY projects and ground level design work. Don’t judge it by its size either, its processor: the ARM Cortex A8, runs up to 600MHz while delivering over 1,200 MIPS (million instructions per second). It packs quite a punch for a 3″ ...

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