Happy New Year 2014 from Dangerous Prototypes

Posted on Tuesday, December 31st, 2013 in Holiday by DP

Happy New Year!

Thank you for reading the blog and being part of our community in 2013! We’re looking forward to more open hardware projects, more how-tos, more videos, more free PCBs, and more hacking in 2014.

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4 Responses to “Happy New Year 2014 from Dangerous Prototypes”

  1. Sahaphap says:

    May this New year Brings you
    Everlasting Happiness and peace
    Success in whatever you do
    Prosperity to you and your family
    Fills your home with joy and spirit
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

  2. vimark says:

    Happy new year everyone!

  3. tayken says:

    May 2014 be full with open source projects!

  4. Xykon says:

    Happy new year!

    I love dangerous prototypes but sometimes I wish you’d get back to actually working on new things instead of the educational kit. I’m sure it will be a great thing for newbies but I sometimes get the feeling you are neglecting those of us who are more advanced. Maybe you can put aside one or two days a week to think about a new project?

    It still says “A new open source hardware project every month” on the title banner :)

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