Friday, 26 November 2010

Freetronics Friday

The highlight of this week, was looking to be the second cup of green tea I was made yesterday.

I'm looking forward to 1st January rather than Christmas, and even beyond to mid-January for the swift completion of the project I'm involved in (double-edged sword there), not to mention for Ms R to get her gorgeous butt back home.

Christmas promises to present itself in the form of a big box of electronic goodies, which is got to be a good thing in anybody's a handful of people's book.

As you may also guess if you've read any of my model-orientated rants, what I would also relish for Christmas, is for a couple of models to experience facial herpes (always sounds better than 'coldsaws' in my opinion), after being stood up by them, and loosing valuable time in my studio, before it closed until the new year for relocation.

Anyway, I'm digressing. Back to my crappy and less than eventful week.

What should appear in the post? All the way from sunny Australia? A pretty little PCB with a bag of header pins. A prototype shield for the Arduino, the board came courtesy of Jonathan Oxer of Freetronics, and is very much appreciated! I'm already having difficulty deciding what to do with it - I'm loathed to waste it on anything less than an "EG" (Evil Genius) project...

It's certainly made my day! Now, back to work.

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