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Another Hackaday.com article

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Posted on 20-07-10 20:59
Here is the link. And as of right now 3:57pm 7/20/10 is the second article on the front page.

The article also links to this site.


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Posted on 20-07-10 22:40
Congratz man Smile

Lol, I checked my RSS (which includes HAD) this morning and my first thought was "Again?!". I keep seeing you strangely often all over the internet. I've seen "techb" on like 4 different forums (daniweb was the most common, I think).


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Posted on 20-07-10 22:59
stealth- wrote:
Congratz man Smile

Lol, I checked my RSS (which includes HAD) this morning and my first thought was "Again?!". I keep seeing you strangely often all over the internet. I've seen "techb" on like 4 different forums (daniweb was the most common, I think).


Thanks.

I been trying to get my name out there, and recognized for some of the things I've been doing. I have a real passion for that kind of stuff and hope to be doing it for a living.

And I LOVE daniweb. That place has taught me allot. And the people are nice and helpful. Just wish I could have gone to the dinner they had.


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Posted on 21-07-10 06:03
Nice work man, Keep it up.


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Posted on 21-07-10 13:06
Maybe you should thinking about registering a domain name so you can have a proper website to host articles/stuff on.

Congrats with another hackaday entry.



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Posted on 21-07-10 14:01
Congrats dude, I guess that's the way people become good/very good/excellent whatever. Passion is a key ingredient, I suppose. Although, I don't know any thing about, you know, the thing you did back there, accelerometer and stuff.


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Posted on 21-07-10 18:58
I have been thinking about making a website. I'm registered at zymic,
but use it more as a code database to keep a backup of my stuff. its
techb.zxq.net, it looks like a mess; just look at the source of the page.



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Posted on 21-07-10 19:04
If you don't want to actually go through the effort of building a site, just do the usual lazy programmer setup and go for a wordpress blog.

However, building a CMS is php is definitely a good project (I worked on one recently, really fun experience).


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Posted on 22-07-10 02:39
Took your advice.
Only one post so far though. And it looks much better than anything I have done in dreamweaver.


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Posted on 22-07-10 14:24
Good job man, only 1 problem, you tagged it "diabled" B)


Debugging is what programmers do to beta software to make it take up more room on your hard drive if it is running too efficiently.


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Posted on 22-07-10 14:31
yours31f wrote:
Good job man, only 1 problem, you tagged it "diabled" B)


posted Jul 20th 2010 10:42am by Mike Szczys

I just noticed one of the tags lol. diabled should be disabled right?
Posted at 1:01 pm on Jul 20th, 2010 by Tech B


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but it is suicidal for nations in the long term.
- Carl Sagan
“Since the grid is inescapable, what were the earlier lasers about? Does the corridor have a sense of humor?” - Ebert
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Posted on 23-07-10 07:56
Thanks spy. Guess I was two days late.


Debugging is what programmers do to beta software to make it take up more room on your hard drive if it is running too efficiently.


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