Hackaday Podcast 205: Hackaday Berlin, So Many Sundials, And Ovens Pinging Google

Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Taking care of Editor Tom Nardi commence this week’s episode off with the announcement of Hackaday Berlin on March 25th. It’s been rather some time since we have been on the other aspect of the pond, due to the fact we had to cancel 2020’s Hackaday Belgrade due to COVID-19, so exhilaration is significant for all three days of this “one-day” celebration.

After a new What’s that Audio, discussion moves on to an impressive selection of Do it yourself sundials, the effect filament shade has on the strength of 3D printed pieces, the outstanding retrocomputer replicas of Michael Gardi, and the Arduino FPGA that you’ve in all probability hardly ever read of. We’ll wrap matters up with the unforeseen complications of mixing multiple low cost audio sources in Linux, and consider to figure out why our kitchen appliances require to be related to the Internet.

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