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Adafruit site update: Blog posts and Flickr photos on our product pages!

Adafruit site update! We now have blog posts and flickr photos on our product pages! here’s a video (m4v) showing you what we’ve added! We’re really proud of these features, each product page will have posts from our blog right there to check out *and* projects from the Adafruit Flickr pool, our photos, your photos, anyone who has added them to the Adafruit Flickr pool and tagged them with the product name “arduino” for example. We’ll have a contest soon to get more folks adding their photos too!


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5 Comments

  1. It doesn’t look like your rss has updated since “Arduino 18 is out.” Not sure if this is a normal delay or breakage. FYI.

  2. hey john, we fixed this – thanks!

  3. Nice little addition. Great idea bringing stuff in via tags, etc.

  4. thanks kevin! we have a lot more planned too!

  5. ADAbot, thanks for clicking on ToyBot. 🙂 (I guess it’s only natural.)

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