The nature of the beast By Windell Oskay on February 28, 2008 Oh great. Now how am I supposed to measure the current? This entry was posted in EMSL Projects and tagged cats. Bookmark the Permalink.
12 thoughts on “The nature of the beast”
By using the cat as an extension wire : this of course places certain
restrictions on the nature of the signal that you will be able to measure.
It needs to be a high voltage and short (in time) signal. Before the cats
gets too crispy. Although a ‘purer’ carbon link might improve the signal
I’m a bit disappointed by the WAFFYness of the articles lately.
Where’s the evil ?
Where’s the madness ?
>I’m a bit disappointed by the WAFFYness of the articles lately.
Cut us some slack, we’re working on *six* major projects at once right now.
We’ll have a new tiny open-source kit release next week. (And that’s not one of the six.)
Windell H. Oskay
Dont keep us in suspense!! I would share with yous if I had a cool project in the works :)
One of them is a new CandyFab. =D
Windell H. Oskay
I offer my apologies.
No offense was intended. Most of the projects presented here are interesting.
Just not very evil. Or mad.
Wait till you see the next version of the CandyFab. The ANGRY CandyFab.
I told you not to get a multimeter with a CAT 5 socket, but would you listen?
Yeesh, sometimes I ask why you young evil mad scientists never listen to your elders. We’ve been there, and got the scars from the lairs exploding, but you tell that to the Gen Y EMSs, and it’s all Dominion 2.0.
Join me as I commiserate…
I has a voltage
Maybe it was just a fluke that the cat was tired…
Okay, that deserves a groan.
How a cat owner always does — when his/her grace allows it.
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