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Software Testing Explained

Tomorrow (24th Aug) is international strange music day

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Free trees for planting on publicly accessible land, suitable for community projects.

https://www.tcv.org.uk/communities/i-dig-trees/register-for-your-i-dig-trees/

In case @stochastic_forest needs a jet powered zombie apocalypse truck…

The Circuit Exchange International website I mentioned has changed address to:
www.cxi1.co.uk. I was notifyed by this group.

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I have a few good ones to share!

Floppotron. Floppy drives and scanners programmed to play Queeen

And

Chess robot breaks opponent’s finger

A bit geeky this one:

Its an interesting site if you find yourself wanting to recreate the Apollo space program, a Yamaha DX7 synthesizer, an early microprocessor, or know more about mining bitcoin using a pencil and paper!

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This trailer isn’t a new one, but it’s the right time of year for it again*:

*Experience not available in all countries.

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One of a number examples on YouTube of the
Turbo Encabulator with diagnosis and service:
Turbo Encabulator

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Machine Learning goes to the Opera and gives you a voice!

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Origin of rather a lot of band names

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Anyone fancy a go at 3D printing a Stargate?

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I mentioned this the other day. It’s not a fresh video (about 9 years old) but it is something that could be interesting to experiment with:

It’s “Laser Origami” - using a laser cutter not just to cut, but also to soften the acrylic so that it bends under its own weight allowing you to make three dimensional shapes.

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Love the card case!

Heather had been sharing pics of interesting pallet projects, so thought it might be fun to share a whole website full of ideas!

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That’s a brilliant website!

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