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Not tyler, unfortunately. :D I'm unfamiliar with the rovio, how does it manage to dock itself and get the charger arranged correctly?


yes it does, most of the time.. it's not getting a good charge due to use, but normally does well :)


Someone just waved to me  :smiley-eek:


Feb 02, 2011, 05:06 am Last Edit: Feb 02, 2011, 05:43 am by focalist Reason: 1
That would have been Yours Truly :)

Rebooting it atm... seems to have hung/crashed..

update... back online.



well, watching Family Guy and having a chill session with the wifey (she's the minor godess you see sitting next to the moronic me.)

So... it's midnight here and we're gonna have a little time to ourselves... going offline, but it'll be charging overnight, for a possible outing again tomorrow, and maybe a "carrying" tour of the historic snowfall here...


She's back online again..  Still looking for name suggestions.. During the coming week, will be working on it further, to see if I can get the audio systems working properly.. after that, it's time to figure out how to piggyback on I2C and connect up an Arduino to expand the functionality..

Have fun...


Man, I was just watching some sports center then tried to go home and got held up at gun point!


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