Road? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads. – Dr. Emmett Brown. For the third edition of Time Travel Tuesday, we’ll be looking at Christmas day here at Adafruit, across the DIY, open source and science/tech world!
On Hack-a-day, a badge creator tool was posted.
On MAKE “Tinker, Tinker, Little Star”.
On MAKE, “Sweet vacuum tube clock build”.
I jammed Santa’s GPS so he couldn’t find his way to your house – “In a high-population-density city, inhabitants must be prepared to defend their own personal space. Technologies that increase personal productivity are on the rise, even though they may intrude on others. The unavoidable reaction is to create technologies that counteract other people’s devices. Wave Bubble is a product that counters the all-too-familiar annoyance of loud ring tones and overt cell-phone conversations in public.“
We also made a game of life kit(s) & open-source MP3 players.
pt was working on a chat bot at MAKE magazine.
On Hack-a-day, free *your* music with jhymn
pt was in Japan with SONY & QRIO.
Sir Isaac Newton (Born 25 Dec 1642). English physicist and mathematician, who made seminal discoveries in several areas of science, and was the leading scientist of his era. His study of optics included using a prism to show white light could be split into a spectrum of colours.
This day in history from the History channel (video). Worth noting, Dec 28, 1895 First commercial movie screened.
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