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Hi Xmitman, thanks for following my #Hacking Water Meter project!
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Thanks for following my #25 Pin RS232 to USB Adaptors project!
Hello! Thanks for following my #FoxyPI - Arduino Nano metal detector
I appreciate the follow for my #Gravitational Engineering and Sensor Arrays project. Maybe you can go there and write out why you are interested. I will make an effort to discuss it with you, and perhaps start building things.
You have been on here since the day after 4th Jul 2014. That is more than 5 years. You have no profile and you have no projects. At least that I can see.
I like to know who I might be working with some day. These "follows" are supposed to be a two way communication, not a fan club or political arena.
If I read this correctly, you are following 1658 projects on Hackaday.IO, you have been watching and presumably thinking about this for at least five years.
Maybe you do not have the technical skills to make projects, or are so far beyond anyone here, you don't want to stoop. But you can contribute your insights or just suggest ideas. What do you think about Hackaday.io? What do you think oould be improved. Do you see any trends or possibilities? What do you want to do in the real world that might make use of the skills and people and connections on Hackaday.io?
Your follows suggest monitoring, and measurement of optical communications networks. That also could include optical computing, laser engineering, and mathematics. Your robots are not robots for themselves, but practical ways to use robots to automate onerous human tasks.
Whatever motivates you to show an interest in what I and others are doing, I hope you will give me and everyone an idea of your interests. You can even start a project "XmitMan Views", then just write down some things you have thought about doing. Or summaries of what you see happening.
Perhaps it is not clear to Hackaday that communities like this need a wide range of skills. You might be a klutz at soldering, but have outstanding management skills. No one will know unless you tell them.
Sincere regards,Richard Collins, The Internet Foundation
Hi! Thanks for following my projects #Optical fiber link and CATV RF test device and #Protect Your USB ports from USB killer with Wi-USB !
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