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Interview with Andrew (bunnie) Huang – The End of Chumby, New Adventures

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Phil just posted his interview with bunnie @ MAKE! “Interview with Andrew (bunnie) Huang – The End of Chumby, New Adventures”.


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2 Comments

  1. What a great interview! Thanks for posting it. I still really like my Chumby, an early unit (“R22 – Dead Pixel”) from Bunnie himself.

    BTW, Chumby fans should head over to the Chumby forums. People are scoping out how to make their Chumbys “stand alone”, so they’ll continue working after the inevitable Chumpocalypse (Chumbageddon?) chumby.com server shutdown.

  2. Had the opportunity to meet Bunnie at Maker Faire NY last year. What a great innovator, as well as a nice guy. (Of course as a Python fan it was not hard to like him when he admitted how he got the Bunnie nickname.)

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