So I just started with Arduino and it's great. I've already managed to rip open my Wii Nunchuck and use it as an input device without much trouble.
My problem is, I cut the cord on the Nunchuck, and stripped the casing off the 4 inner wires. They are too frail to stick into my breadboard, so as a temporary fix, I wrapped each one around a jumper wire and sealed it with electric tape. Not a very long term fix, as it's a very frail connection.
Is there something I can use to clean this up? The starter kit I'm using has a servo (http://www.sparkfun.com/products/9065
) that has this little plug at the end that makes loose wires much easier to work with, but I'm not really sure where to begin shopping for one of these or how to really set one up or even if this is something people do. Any suggestions?