Thermal Tweeter wins Adafruit/Instructables challenge!

Posted on Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 in web platforms by Ian

Thank you for sending tweets and voting the Thermal Tweeter to first place in the Adafruit/Instructables Make It Tweet Challenge! There were so many great entries, congratulations to everyone who entered for making a great project!

A special thanks to Sjaak for the original idea, and for allowing his printer to be tortured for a few weeks by random internet commentators.

We’ll publish the USTREAM statistics in the next few days.

Don’t forget to send us a tweet @dangerousproto and watch it print live on the USTREAM feed.

Notice and screenshot via Adafruit.

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6 Responses to “Thermal Tweeter wins Adafruit/Instructables challenge!”

  1. Victor says:

    Congratulations! It was a fun ride!

  2. Schazamp says:

    Congrats, it’s a great project!

  3. kmmankad says:

    Congrats Ian!! .. Really great going :)

  4. Kevin G says:

    Congrats !!!

  5. megabug says:

    Congrats ;)

  6. tayken says:

    Awwww, yeah! :D

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