2015-01-23 2 min read

2015-01-23

Notes.

Zach and I have been spending all of the time working on another (final!) prototyping round on The Public Radio. His recap is here, and is truly worth reading. I have two small but fun reports: first, a little shell script I wrote to clean up EAGLE partlist exports; and second, GIFs of all of the revisions our circuit has gone through since December.

I also (finally) got the v1.0 version of my titanium seatmast topper in - but haven't had time to report on it yet, so I guess you'll just need to wait until next week :)

Pathing.

Building.

Logistics.

Evaluation.

  • On Google and GM: "One should be wary of the argument that any new company, no matter how brilliantly successful, has figured it out in a way that no previous company ever could have."
  • CAPTCHAs - those blurry words that verify if you're a human - have a super fun acronym name: "Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart."

Stuff that doesn't fit into my dumb/arbitrary categories.

And.

The Post Roads of 1839, overlaid on top of modern maps.

Love, Spencer.

ps - Thank you to everyone - especially my friends at Gin Lane, Undercurrent, Brilliant Bicycles and on twitter - who referred me to everything here.

We should be closer friends. Coffee's on me.

Spencer Wright
Spencer Wright
Spencer Wright is the (mostly accidental) founder of Scope of Work, which he started writing (as The Prepared) in 2013. Today he serves as its editor-in-chief and chief dilettante.
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