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Very nice article - I plan on printing it out for periodic total review. Also by extracting the bullet points onto a index card, I will be able to review the ideas while standing in line simmering.:):)Sorry to say that I may be the first "snarky" response. The primary photograph caused a near code blue for myself. While the photo was probably staged, the lack of personal safety device(goggles, masks) would invite an OSHA visit. More important is, I bet a nickle that the house had not been tested for Lead paint (guessing at the house foundation and the windows).The federal EPA can be very unfriendly on these lead paint issues.Now back to the regularly scheduled discussion about things our parents taught us and we learned in Kindergarten. But have forgotten, not practiced or have been beaten out of us. t,.,
While being relatively new to the Instructable world, this seems like a promotion to fund, buy and build a consumer product. Does this meet the Instructables charter? I have only looked at 500 microcontroller projects in detail(maybe build 10 or so for fun) - this is my first encounter of a product(not project) promotion.Please educate me.Tim,.
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