Sean’s Gloves (story)

Where the hell did his gloves go? There was an anathema of things going wrong and things going right. Earlier that day he’d been pulled over for speeding–the third time this week–on account of a wily, suspiciously hard of hearing mechanic who, upon handing our hero a large list of tasks performed or needed to be performed on his truck (brake fluid streamlining? Initial response system upgrade? Flester bolts tightened?) with an exorbitant number at the bottom, seemed a bit too confident exclaiming “She’ll really run now!” and now his speedometer was entirely unpredictable and incorrect, Sean guessing there was maybe some kind of exponential relationship between the wheels and needle with no real way to tell. [Continue reading…]

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Lego computer

I bought legos and computer parts and put them together with hot glue! It runs on 60W of power.

I started with the love for legos, small computers, and design. I used LEOcad to make the intial design and bought all the bricks through bricklink.com, which is a network of lego-selling hobbyists. I kept to my design strictly, but bought used parts from my local FreeGeek when I could. It cost a little more than 300 dollars.

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