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For anyone who’s new to Arduino and not sure how or where to begin, Arduino For Dummies and Arduino Projects For Dummies are the ideal companions and we have 2 copies of each to give away.

Just visit http://connecteddigitalworld.com/2013/07/28/win-a-copy-of-arduino-for-dummies-and-arduino-projects-for-dummies-book/ and enter.

You can enter as many times as you want, but only one entry per day will be counted.

Good luck!
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For anyone who’s new to the Arduino forum and not sure how or where to begin, start here
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Not quite "anyone"...

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Pity, already entered and I live in the Netherlands smiley

OK if I win the pair of books, please send the books with my best regards to a secondary school of choice in Wales 

as "Rwy'n credu ei fod yn gwlad trawiadol o hardd" (thanks to Google Translate smiley-wink
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Rwy'n credu ei fod yn gwlad trawiadol o hardd
You're just jealous of mountains!   smiley-wink
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definitely, when you are in (most parts of) the Netherlands you feel like in flatland - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flatland -
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Mountains/hills are nice if your on top of them but you can also get that big sky effect on the flatlands.
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<completely of topic>
Sure, we also get quite some sunlight as the sun never hides behind some hill like that village in Italy
- http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/6189371.stm -
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