I refunded my ebay buyer
At the other end of the scale, I bought an electronics component today, a pair of eyes for my robot butler. I could not resist the price, £1.67 including postage coming all the way from China. My mothers day card cost more than that to get from here to Hampshire.
I must stop looking up arduino on ebay though there are so many great kits and components out there, either new and just bargainous and fascinating, or for resale because someone has given up / changed their mind / achieved what they wanted and moved on...
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Paul Clarke's blog - I work and live in Seabrook near Folkestone, Kent. wed to Clare and father to Harry and Tommy, I am a web dev, and I do js, nodejs, php, and ruby. I like pubs, restaurants, home automation and other diy jiggery-pokery, history, genealogy, TV, popbitch, squirrels, pirates ☠, lego, and time travel...
Also from the same week
Some more blog posts from the same week as .
Tommy still spattered with chickenpox [Monday 1 April 2013]
And got my asterisk install working again [Monday 1 April 2013]
Back to work [Tuesday 2 April 2013]
Asterisk door opening [Tuesday 2 April 2013]
GPIO board with terminal block for the raspberry pi [Thursday 4 April 2013]
Favourite place I've seen on Homes Under The Hammer for ages [Thursday 4 April 2013]
I refunded my ebay buyer [Thursday 4 April 2013]
Tofts Club, Folkestone [Friday 5 April 2013]
An adventure [Friday 5 April 2013]
We went to Maidstone in the end [Saturday 6 April 2013]
Thanks for these updates [Sunday 7 April 2013]
A weekend of landmarks [Sunday 7 April 2013]
The Fountain is currently closed due to flooding! [Sunday 7 April 2013]