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Hi Adam, please add my project to the Arduino projects list. Thanks. #Fochica - Forgotten Child in Car Alert
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how do i add my project to your 'things that fly' list?
Please consider adding https://hackaday.io/project/13245-altera-max10-breakout-board to the programmable logic list. Thanks.
thanks for putting my hex key holder project in a hacklet article! Got some interesting comments
Thank you for following my project https://hackaday.io/project/10865-universal-glucometer
Mind adding this to the Rocket Projects list? Thanks!https://hackaday.io/project/8202-3dpmrs-3d-printed-modular-rocket-system
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Hello Adam, Can you please add my project to USB Projects? https://hackaday.io/project/11074-box0
Thanks for skulling the ultrasound project :) Awesome, will keep you posted on the evolutions of the project !
Thanks for following the CAT Board! Just don't follow too closely cause, ya' know, cats.
I suggest to put these two projects in the Square Inch projects list:
BTW they could also be put in the Breakout Boards projects list....
Awesome! Thanks for the skull, Adam!
Hello Adam, I think https://hackaday.io/project/7929-ardumouse should be on the Mouse and pointer projects list.
Hello Adam, please look at https://hackaday.io/project/7942-rocket-motor-analyzer for the Rocket list.
Hello Adam, please take a look whether my #Breakout board set is suitable project for https://hackaday.io/list/6364-breakout-board-projects
Dipsy (https://hackaday.io/project/6592-dipsy) should be on the FPGA list
MSP LED Morse thermometer from a TI Launchpad using the Energia IDE
Naturally you were right about Morse code and VIM. https://hackaday.io/project/7110-morse-key-hid-ugly-hack/log/22321-using-vim
Thanks for the feature!
This is awesome!
My project for the budget tinkerer...
My machine for your CNC project list:
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