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i have a few years experience with chargers and electronic stuff so if you need my help just ask

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whatsisface (author)2008-03-23

I have a question: Why do you keep posting that picture?

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Yerboogieman (author)whatsisface2008-03-24

hows that? 2 more programs

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whatsisface (author)Yerboogieman2008-03-23

That wasn't the question...

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whatsisface (author)Yerboogieman2008-03-23

That still wasn't the question...

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Yerboogieman (author)whatsisface2008-03-23

you said "why do you keep posting that picture" i said it is a fun program

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whatsisface (author)Yerboogieman2008-03-24

Which is not an answer to the question, as it is not a reason. I didn't ask for your opinion on the program, but for a reason why you keep posting the picture.

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alvincredible (author)2008-03-22

Yes. i dont know if you know stuff about cameras, but here: https://www.instructables.com/forum/Broadway-Photo...-scammers/ and here: https://www.instructables.com/forum/BEST-ONLINE-STORES/ i asked about some good sites and whether they were reliable or not.

if you can't help me there, then i'll just ask some questions.
how do resistors work? i used them in my tech class at school (we wired a buttload of things) but my teacher never explained what they did. just said to use them. (not a very good teacher)

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well i got my D-SLR camera from Best Buy and asked if they could match the deal they had at kits cameras and got a free lens better than the one in the ad, and i know the canon rebel XTI takes a good, clear picture, but im not sure where to get them online, resistors pretty much lower the voltage going through the LED and i've also heard some resist current but im not sure, there are some sites you can go to and calculate the resistor you need but there are some resistors that seem, "universal" like a 100ohm 1/2 watt, or a 330ohm 1/4 watt, but yeah thats pretty much all i know, i hope this helps

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coool! so they match online deals? what if i brought a printout of the site's deal, would they match it? lol (doesn't seem likely)....or do they only match non-online stores haha anyway thanks :-) now i finally know ahah

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xtacticalmonkeyx (author)2008-03-16

hi well i im getting a new cell phone and i was wondering if you can make my old phone run homebrew or something fun to do with it instead of throwing it away

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here it is, you can also put the cellphone battery in there

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also, those batteries last a while, maybe you can put it in something, usually they are about 3.6 or so volts, be imaginative, you'll think of something

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for some reason this didnt go to my email, but, wireless detonator? you can salvage the screen and build an MP3 Player, that one they have here is pretty kool i'll try to find you the link

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