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Adafruit + Instructables Make It Tweet Challenge

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Adafruit + Instructables Make It Tweet Challenge We’re teaming up with Instructables to bring you the Make It Tweet Challenge. Ever wish you had a tweeting coffee pot that would announce via Twitter when a pot was ready? What about a potted plant that twittered when it needed to be watered? This is your chance to make it tweet! How can you win the Adafruit Make It Tweet Challenge? Submit a Photo, Step-by-Step or Video Instructable explaining how you made an object tweet. Create awesome photos, good documentation and clear steps for how your project works. Your creativity and ingenuity may rewarded by winning awesome prizes!


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2 Comments

  1. I have two other projects between now and when this contest ends (the day before my birthday!) so I won’t have time to do this. Here’s an idea and maybe someone will run with it:

    Tweeting pet dish.

    Parts: Arduino, Ethernet shield,force gauge hacked from a kitchen scale, and pet bowl sitting on the scale.

    If weight < previous weight, tweet "I just ate (grams)"
    If weight previous weight, “Thanks for feeding me!”

  2. Grr it HTMLized the original response so the greater-than, less-than data was lost. Re-try:

    I have two other projects between now and when this contest ends (the day before my birthday!) so I won’t have time to do this. Here’s an idea and maybe someone will run with it:

    Tweeting pet dish.

    Parts: Arduino, Ethernet shield,force gauge hacked from a kitchen scale, and pet bowl sitting on the scale.

    If weight is very low, tweet “I’m out of food! Feed me!”
    If weight is less than previous weight, tweet “I just ate (grams)”
    If weight is greater than previous weight, “Thanks for feeding me!”

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