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$WMc%
11-07-2010, 10:30 PM
Hello All:
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I have pre-ordered a Spinneret from Parallax.
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I'm looking for a Partner to help with a design and program application. using the Spinneret. And hopefully winning the Contest.
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This is a $0 cash buy-in and I'll split the winnings 50/50
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If Your up to the challenge? Please reply to this post.

Graham Stabler
11-08-2010, 02:39 PM
__One can fell stupid by asking a stupid Question,Or One can be stupid by not asking at all.


Or feel stupid?

Sorry can't help with contest.

ElectricAye
11-08-2010, 04:47 PM
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I'm looking for a Partner to help with a design and program application. using the Spinneret. ...

$WMc%,
I can't help with the Spinneret because I'm too ignorant of internet functions to even know where to begin asking questions about it, but you might consider providing some details about what you would like to do with it. I'm very curious to see what people plan to do with this thing and to see what it's capable of doing. It will also be interesting to see how people cooperate on projects, too. I'm waiting for the cognitive resonance to begin anytime soon.

:)

Cole Logan
11-09-2010, 12:55 AM
My Idea would be for home automation modules. Use this so that the devices could talk over a network and depending on what the module was for I might add a second propeller for additional functions.

$WMc%
11-09-2010, 03:19 AM
My Idea would be for home automation modules. Use this so that the devices could talk over a network and depending on what the module was for I might add a second propeller for additional functions.
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I was thinking of something along the same lines.It would really be cool to be able to check on things at home with out havening to leave my PC up and running.
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It looks like I got one of the last 6 Spinneret's, I hope to have this "in-hand" for this weekend, To play with.
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Thanks for the positive reply!!!!
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My offer is still open.

Cole Logan
11-09-2010, 01:20 PM
I don't think that I could be much help. I wouldn't call myself great or even good at prop programming. And I don't know really anything when it comes to programming for TCP/IP.