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Hi, and welcome.

 

This attempts to be a free-form, (sometimes) co-hosted podcast about tech-oriented hobby-projects. Do not proceed if you're looking for a high-quality production. However, if you enjoy friendly chatter, read on.

 

On a semi-weekly basis, Michai talks about software, electronics and mechanical engineering from a hands-on point of view. Most of the time, that means giving excuses for not having done any work at all.

 

Nov 26, 2017

We push the boundaries of lameness by having a solo-episode, where Michai talks about what he did this week, and Piotr is being emulated here and there by modern technology.

The aforementioned Commodore 64 adapter-cartridge reached mild failure, short mentioning of stumbling-blocks and reasons for making stuff at all, a...


Nov 18, 2017

This exciting episode, we talk about Piotr's welding, angle-grinders, Michai's kettle-alarm and resistive test-load, and equipment that can catch fire. 


Nov 10, 2017

This episode, we talk about Michai's SPI-bridge fail-project, the Bus Pirate, Arduino-connection 101, USB-connectors, and Piotr's Arduino Nano Holiday Gift.


Nov 3, 2017

We talk about hot air soldering and being scared to break anything, hobby vapour-phase oven, an Arduino-robot as entry into electronics and software, and (lack of clue about) DC-motors.