[Lab] Introduce Myself
darcy at siteware.com
Thu Jun 30 16:45:54 EDT 2011
I think we know each other then.
I'm a regular customer. I bought about 30 computers there (and hoards of
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On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 1:42 PM, <lists at faintfuzzies.ca> wrote:
> My name is Bruce Harding and I just joined the group. I've always had an
> interest in DYI projects, but never the time to do it. I was the manager
> Computer Books for Less until it closed where I first learnt of the Maker
> movement via the Make magazine that I brought in. That sort of rekindled
> interest in electronics and other DYI projects.
> The last time I worked on anything like a DYI electric project was more
> 35 years ago, so to say I'm rusty is any understatement.
> The real impetus to start now is that I'm an amateur astronomer. One of
> big issue in astronomy is dealing with dew accumulation on our mirrors and
> pieces. We combat this problem with what is know as dew abatement systems.
> These can include heat straps and controllers.
> Presently I've a basic controller. But I want to have something with more
> options the closest thing too that would be
> Well I don't what to buy one so I looked around for one I could make and
> up with this... http://www.iceinspace.com.au/63-597-0-0-1-0.html. I think
> this will be a challenge for me, but I'm hoping that being part of this
> and your advice will keep me from disaster.
> So there you go. Me in a nutshell (O'Reilly book humour intend)
> Member: SPIE, IEEE, IACR
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