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more proof that true genius can solve any problem, no matter how hilariously impractical or unnecessary the goal. love it!
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This is the perfect culmination of geek and beer enthusiast, I love it. Of course, since the design is based on a common CPU heatsink, I can't help but wonder if it could be taken up a couple notches to use liquid cooling; I mean, afterall if it has computer parts, then should it be upgradeable too? :D Coiling the cooling tubes through the (ex)vacuum chamber of an insulated container seems simple enough, but making it practical (at least somewhat, anyway) to use and keep clean would be the tricky part. Maybe a little extra solder, or welding, and some gaskets... oh the gears are turning!This could be a fun project to tinker with this winter, as I'm inspired by visions of cool refreshing beer long after the cooler loses it's cool, ha. Thanks for sharing!!
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Unless you are camping, in which case the Bear Transfer Protocol would be very useful. You would simply monitor your current location and auto-transfer with a target upload directory of no less than a mile from your current campsite = beer safe and bear unharmed (yet still hungry and slightly annoyed).
perfect!It seems the next logical iterations of kaSTAN would be a scotch cabinet and a humidor.
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