New Product, Holiday Hours and Shipping ...

Solar botics
December 13, 2013

So today we have a nest. And some other things, like a programmer. If you take the programmer you can program the cleaning wire nest and the code will travel through all the little coils and come out the other end all transformed and golden too. It's almost like enlightenment. And then it will suitable to enlighten the red-green LED too.

Brass Tip Cleaner
$4.17
Awesome curly brass cleaning wire for all your soldering needs!
USB AVR programmer
$19.95
The Pololu USB AVR Programmer is an extremely compact, low-cost in-system programmer (ISP) for Atmel's AVR microcontrollers.
PJRC Teensy USB Board, Version 3.1, w/o Header Pins
$19.00
Yay for 8 bit microcontrollers! Um.. I mean 32-bit microcontrollers that pretend to be 8-bit controllers, but kick their butt! That, in a nutshell, is the awesomeness of the Teensy 3.1!

According to some scientists, you can tell what a person is by analyzing crumbs content in their keyboard. You can tell a lot if they don’t have a keyboard at all, or have two. Now if you connect the programmer to your keyboard via USB cable you could probably reprogram your crumb content as well. Identity hacking at its finest!

Now the last but not the least, we have two things to announce. First, holiday hours. We are going to be closed... for not that long! Exactly these dates:

  • Wednesday December 25
  • Thursday December 26
  • Friday December 27
  • Wednesday January 1

Second, here are the shipping cutoff dates:

  • Express Post - December 18
  • UPS Ground and Purolator Ground - December 19
  • Purolator Express - December 23
  • Regular post - will not make it on time, sorry

So make sure you take these into consideration if you are looking to make some last minute purchases!

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