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Menan Butte, Rexburg, ID (43.786419,-111.973471)
Homebrew ham radio projects from the $50 Ham series
Curated by Dan Maloney
Hacking carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen rather than just silicon.
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Thank you for liking my #PERSEUS-8 homemade 6502 computer ! As for my computers, I get a lot of questions from people about the single-step method for CPUs and enclosures and wire wrapping wiring, so I'm focusing on those in this article.
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I'd love to have you on for a Hack Chat sometime, I think your designs and building methods would make for a great discussion. Unfortunately, we do them at noon Pacific time, which probably would make it hard for you to attend. But do let me know if you're interested. FAQ: https://hackaday.io/page/9296-the-hack-chat-faq
Thank you for the information. I'm not going to be able to participate in the chat right away, but I will try to keep track of the situation. When my last post, 'Homemade Operational Amplifier', was actively discussed and that was almost over when I noticed it on Hackaday top page.
Thanks for liking my #Does Beer Cool Down Faster in a Can Than a Bottle project! It seemed like a good topic for an April Contest :}
Thanks for liking my #Sock Monkey for Mom project!
Thank you for liking my #Homemade Operational Amplifier ! This content is very basic, but I think it is actually important.
Thanks for liking my #6802 Serial Terminal . I thought it would be easier and more interesting to have several posts together, so I posted a couple of articles related to the first post. I thank everyone for commenting and reading.
Thanks for liking #7 segment 2 digit LED display board !
Thanks for liking #6 segments suffice !
Thanks for the skull & very complimentary mention of #CDCNC at https://hackaday.com/2020/08/25/mini-cnc-mill-goes-horizontal-to-reuse-cd-drives/ !
I checked in to the chat, but nobody mentioned anything like this & I opted to not self-promote where everyone else was talking about real stuff.
Thanks for the like of my H-500 Computer Lab Reproduction (https://hackaday.io/project/170232-dec-h-500-computer-lab-reproduction).
Hi Dan, thanks for liking my crazy keyboard!
Thank you for the like at my #Game of Life Coffee Table project!
Thanks for liking #TTL binary clock .
Hi Dan, Thanks for my first like! Interak Z80 computer. One of the first thinks that got me interested in electronics was Ham radio, but I just couldn't get to grips with morse! I understand it's a lot simpler now, and often you don't need it. Wanted to build an R/C aircraft but settled for a boat (no nasty crashes). These days it's mostly the Z80 and Arduino stuff, some test gear.... We'll speak again
Thanks for the "like" of Light Brakes! https://hackaday.io/project/168007-light-brakes
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Hi Dan, thanks for liking https://hackaday.io/project/165458-350-watt-true-sine-inverter
Thank you for the Like of my #Parametric Box Generator project!
Hey Gord, here I am. Ping me back or hit me at email@example.com. Either way, you'll please pardon any nonsensical ramblings or lunatic raving - I'm dealing with a dose of flu here. I'm OK to talk, though, and hey, could be extra special entertaining for you.
Hi Dan, looking for you to PM me if possible. Thanks! Gord
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