Jan. 15th, 2010

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This is basically a clone of Adafruit's BoArduino except made on stripboard. There are pins soldered on the bottom so that it can plug straight in to a breadboard. Unlike the 'proper' BoArduino it doesn't have the power jack (you connect using the two pins bottom left) or the 6 way ISP connector. The latter is only needed if you intend reprogramming the bootloader on the AVR chip.

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I'm still not well so this is my desk at home. The large monitor is connected to a Linux PC and my MacBook (Pro-lite). When using the Mac I use the Mac's screen for IM, Skype, IRC and Twitter clients; and the main screen for 'work'. The monitor also supports composite and S-Video connections suitable for older games consoles. It's also a USB hub so I just plug everything in to the monitor. I can see the sceen from my bed making it ideal for watching TV and movies in bed!

My desk at home

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