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October swag bag: Web Platform

Posted on Wednesday, November 7th, 2012 in web platforms by DP

Earlier this year we added the Scratch and Dent category to our free PCB drawer. It’s a collection of hardware that failed Seeed’s quality control. Some have PCB errors, some have malfunctioning ICs, and some just cosmetic errors.   T0mpr1c3 got a Web Platform out of it and tweeted about it.

Dangerous Prototypes recently organized a give away of some of their products and I was lucky enough to win a free board…

It arrived earlier this month with regards from Ian, with an Amsterdam postmark. Since then he has been spotted in New York, Delhi, and Mumbai – he certainly gets around.

Via Twitter.

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