I know I haven’t updated in a long time, but I’ve been super busy with some other projects. Expect some new posts soon. In the meantime, I found some old footage that I took of me laying out the sound-reactive EL panel driver that’s been sitting on my hard drive for the past six months, so I decided to upload it.
Christmas time is always such a miserable, stressful lovely time at ch00ftech headquarters as I frantically scramble to finish all of the gifts that I’ve started for friends and family. Unfortunately, in my haste, I haven’t been able to write up everything I did in detail, but I hope this post serves as a good summary of some of the stuff I did and what I learned.
If you checked out Hackaday.com earlier today, you may have noticed a familiar name on the byline of one of the recent posts.
A few weeks ago, Mike Szczys, the Managing Editor of Hackaday, contacted me asking if I would like to write for the blog. Owing a lot of my web traffic to Hackaday and being a fan for a while, I happily took the offer. My priorities still lie with my own blog (and y’know…my day job), so don’t expect my blog posts to slow down any more than they already have.
I probably won’t be contributing as much as the other writers, but if you have any tips for something that you think is Hackaday worthy, feel free to email or tweet them to me.
I wrote four articles for Hack-a-day, but couldn’t keep up with their publication schedule, so I quit. It was fun while it lasted.