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Episode 3 of Open Source web series showcases the Scintilla project, a low cost air quality sensor network. Open Source: Internet Enabled Air Quality Sensor (Supplyframe Original Series) http://bit.ly/2bY379z

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One of the miracle technological gadgets of the 1950s and 1960s was the transistor radio. Something that can be had for a few dollars today, but which in its day represented the last word in futuristic sophistication. Of course, it’s worth remembering…

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#HackChat on Fri, Feb24 is all about IoT Security! Details: http://bit.ly/2kHm7JO #cybersecurity

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The ESP-32 is the Next Big Chip. This tiny microcontroller with WiFi and Bluetooth is the brains of the GameBoy on your keychain, emulates an NES, and does Arduino. There are ESP32 modules that are somewhat easy to acquire, but so far the bare chips have…

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Show off your #Left4Dead stats in this RaspberryPi powered zombie killer counter. https://goo.gl/4QCoQG

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Nespresso fans rejoice! If you like coffee (of course you do) and are a Nespresso fan, chances are you are one of two types of persons: the ones that chosen one type of capsule and stick to it or the ones that have a jar full of mixed capsules and lost…

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Hackaday #LosAngeles Feb #Meetup w/ founders of Aphidoidea, creators of gorgeous art installations. Thursday, Feb 23. RSVP:  https://goo.gl/lL1OIk
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Psst: Check out the Clearance section of the Hackaday store for discounted official Hackaday boards. ☠️  http://bit.ly/2hppsiT

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A few years ago, [Dark Purple] built the USB equivalent of an RJ45 connector wired into mains power. The USB Killer is a simple device with just a FET, a few high voltage caps, a DC/DC converter, and a USB connector. Plug this device into your computer…

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If you’re at all like us, or like [Vadim], you’ve got a stash of development boards in a shoebox on a shelf in your closet. If you’re better organized that we are, it might even be labeled “dev boards”. (Ah well, that’s a project for another day.) Anyway,…
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