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Tindie Fundraiser – Gauge Stepper Breakout

I put my second product up on tindie.com as a fundraiser.  It’s a breakout board for one can use to make custom Analog style gauges.  The actual drive is a stepper motor – the same model used in GM cars … Continue reading

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Pie Ala mode? Pi on the Road!

Time flies!  Things have been busy for me lately. Once the Sharp lcd board was launched, I had a great time at Open Hardware Summit and Makerfaire.  A bunch of folks got to see the LCD and library. The last … Continue reading

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First Product for sale! Sharp Memory LCD Breakout

Hello?  Anyone home?  Echoooooo? It’s been pretty quiet around here lately in Rengineer land.   I’ve been letting this site sit for too long.  However, this is going to be a big week.- Makerfaire is coming to New York!  The Open … Continue reading

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Finally getting my ham ticket

I’ve finally gotten my Amateur Radio license! A bit of background is in order here.     As a teen, I spent many a Sunday in the parking lot of New York Institute of Technology, the local tech school.   Long Island Mobile … Continue reading

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ZombieTech

I’m the guest on this weeks episode (episode six for those of you reading in the future) of the ZombieTech podcast. Recording the podcast was a lot of fun, and I had some great hosts. I’m currently posting this from … Continue reading

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Open Hardware Summit

I’m heading off to the Open Hardware Summit in Queens, NY tomorrow.  I’m looking forward to meeting some of the folks I’ve been conversing with on the irc, twitter and various other internet sources in real life.

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Back to the blog!

When I started this blog I had a basic idea in my head.  I wanted a somewhat anonymous and “semi professional” setup – where I would concentrate on issues and leave out personal preferences. Of course, as happens with many … Continue reading

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