I couldn’t really find the most appropriate way to provide feedback to adafruit regarding their products and services, so please forgive me for the random forum post.
I recently discovered adafruit and I was immediately sucked in, I mean you instantly became part of my daily internet routine to the point of obsession at first (until I made it though all of the content you’ve built up over the years). From the seemingly effortless brilliance that flows out of the surprisingly humble Limor Fried, to all of the people that seem to work at adafruit (at least those that we get to see via videos and such), I honestly feel like I found a bunch of lost friends, you all seem pretty dang awesome!
Being so impressed, I just had to place an order to see what your products really had to offer. Shipping costs to Canada aside (ouch), within a week I had submitted an order and the parcel arrived at my doorstep. Now with a couple of projects done all I have to say is, your products are ******* fantastic! Customer for life.
Keep up the great work, stay humble and keep on rocking our world. I simply love seeing companies like yours succeed, the future looks very bright knowing that you are an example of our future.
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