I found this a really useful map when you’re wondering about making a call whilst on the tube. So I thought I’d share it too.
I’m slowly adding to my collection of Teenage Engineering stuff and my latest addition is the crank for the OP-1. As ever, the packaging is pretty cool too.
I’ve mentioned this little twitterbot thing I made before, but I thought I’d post a reminder for it. So, what it is then? Good question, if you didn’t know already then all it is is a little twitterbot / account about legionary Pullo and his amazing sayings from the TV series Rome. He came out with some absolute classics and I didn’t want them to be lost. Not that they will be, but, if you’re so inclined, you can find the twitter account here and take a look if you want.
It’s right here.
I know it’s only a silly thing really, but it’s fun. So, ‘May the Fourth be with you!’ All day long! Enjoy.
Whilst mentioning VL tonifier I thought I’d also talk about another of my developing collection of bots, the RandomBus, which I launched a little while ago. It was fun to make and hopefully it’ll be fun for anyone who wants to follow it too. I’ve got some plans for the RandomBus, some interesting plans which I hope to get out in the next few weeks. When they come about I’ll let you know.
If you’re interested in it then you can find out a little more about it here on it’s very own special page with my other bots.
I go through Deptford Station quite a lot, but it was only the other day that I noticed that the station sign was the old fashioned British Rail type, which I quite like. I hope that they keep it.
Although I think that typedrummer could probably distract you for a not inconsiderable length of time. It is fun though, so I thought I’d mention it.
After the big day, Arduino (and Genuino) day on the 2nd of April they’ve also launched their own Instagram account now too. So I’ve followed them.