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x0xb0x run #5!

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The silkscreened panels came in today, that means we’re doing run #5! Just in time for xmas…


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2 Comments

  1. Hurrah!!

    hey Limor does this mean we’ll get our passwords soon!!

    excitement++

    :L

  2. […] An example of a product that embraces these concepts might be Ladyada’s x0xb0x (pronounced “zocks box”). It’s a ”better than the original copy” of an obscure music widget that has found a second life, after the original manufacture dropped it from it’s product line, as something somehow suitable for composing Techno music (excuse the fuzziness for a description, I generally hate Techno music). Although it’s a nitch product, it’s been so successful that there’s actually a waiting list to buy one, and the product comes in a kit form that must be assembled by the end user. A mature product, I see it’s already up to assembly run number five.. Of course the entire product is well documented; doing so has allowed a community to form, and enhancements created by enthusiastic users are shared back with the community. The firmware is, of course, open source, and here again users have submitted bug fixes and improvements which make the product even more valuable to it’s users. […]

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