Although I’ve not updated any of my blogs for ages, I’ve been actively accumulating stuff for future electronics projects via crowdfunding websites and various other sources.
The first campaign I backed was this one on Indiegogo.
I backed at the $69 level and when they later offered 5 BE boards (Arduino clones) for $50 I took them up on that as well.
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I’ve got several projects on my mind, all of which will need a power supply.
I’ve considered using a model railway controller or a car battery charger, but I think it’d be more fun to convert an old computer PSU.
I got rid of some computers last year, but I still have a couple I can cannibalise.
I’ve bought some parts off eBay so I can do it properly:
I started blogging about woodworking (Aggravated Woodbutchery) and then metalworking (Aggravated Metalbutchery), so when I decided to blog about computers and electronics I kept to the theme 🙂
Although I have a few ideas, I’m probably going to post on this blog even less than any of my others.