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DIY Boards

I may be a bit late to this party, but I am excited to get my hands on the Arduino Board, a small, open-source everything hardware hacking platform (psst I get no kickbacks from these people and have no relationship with the corporation I just think you might like it). The only downer is, I have 0 experience with Arduino. They are going for about $10-$15 though, which is cheaper than your average programming language manual, so this would be a cool way to learn.

This reminds me of the time I set a server on fire trying to attempt power conversion for a very unique SCSI hard drive while attempting forensics without proper tools (remember before SAS became cool and how every SCSI device seemed to have its own pinout?). I may have to post about that soon.