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sudo -c EPIC win

What looked to be a dim night for our heroes, was quickly forgotten once they found a guiding light. The path the holy grail, if we may. Beginning to add complexity to our quest we added relays to the circuit for the possibilities of greater voyages in the futures.
The journey looked to have a stormy outcome when the heroes could only light two the sacred LEDs of the Four. However, this did not discourge us, for we are great. We checked to make sure power was going through each of the outputs with the mulitmeter. With hope restored, we found that was not our problem. Debating whether it was an issue of the two different types of relays we were trying we tried switching around the components to check that all were working. It seemed the great weakness of our foe was that the LEDs were below expectations, we set on a frantic search among our LEDs to find ones that could save us. Finally, We found our redeeming LEDs.
and THUS

MAGIC

(not really_Here’s the code)

‘ {$STAMP BS2}
‘{$PBASIC 2.5}
TIME VAR Word
DEBUG “Prototype 1″, CR
DO
HIGH 14
PAUSE 100
RCTIME 14, 4, TIME
DEBUG DEC TIME, CR
IF TIME=1 THEN
HIGH 4
DEBUG “Oh”, CR
PAUSE 750
HIGH 5
DEBUG “My”, CR
PAUSE 750
HIGH 6
DEBUG “F”, CR
PAUSE 750
HIGH 7
DEBUG “G”, CR

ENDIF

PAUSE 1000
LOW 4
LOW 5
LOW 6
LOW 7
LOOP

Our Next quest is being sent to us from a far away land. The foe will present us with not only the task of trying to create a new module for the wall but added beasts of more flexinol wires and an Arduino board (and mic) to figure out a way to trigger an output based on an audio input.

*Yay!11!!!1!!*

_Jessica Becker and Laura Wickesberg

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  1. movilizArquitectura

    SICK!

    Oct 16, 2008 @ 22:22

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