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Windowfarms hits the NYTimes
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jollysonali: Good to be reminded every now and again jeremylv: 1. Keep good company 2. Notice the ordinary 3. Preserve the ephemeral 4. Design not for the elite but for the masses 5. Explain it to a child 6. Get lost in the content 7. Get to the heart of the matter 8. Never tolerate “O.K. anything.” 9….
Proof of ability prototypes for a keypad lock. Two component sets shown: 1) ATmega 328 microcontroller, button keypad, 2 LEDS, wall outlet power. 2) ATmega 328 microcontroller, capacitive touch keypad, 2 LEDS, battery pack power. In both cases: White light = code accepted - motor turns allowing lock to open. Red light = code rejected - motor does not turn.
Loving Gui Boratto