More and more often our work is showcased on other sites - let's have it collected, links, scrapbook :)
Adafruit featured my six second film festival entry on Ask an Engineer this weekend. They finally posted it as a youTube video. It's the Hal-met from last Haloween.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3EK25rTL4Y&feature=plpp It is only about for five seconds at about 24 minutes in, but I was geek famous for that 5 seconds. Maybe that's all we get of the Warhol 15.
There's a lot of Beagle Board Black stuff too, including a video of the underwater ROV they made using the Beagle (I think it was the original BeagleBone though.)
Gareth's resistor fine-tuning hack was featured on MAKE's blog: http://blog.makezine.com/2013/04/15/fine-tuning-resistor-values-with-a-file/
Yup, HackaDay caught up on the Yellow Drum Machine:
Just stumbled over this one:
Fiji on Make Magazine Best Arduino Projects 2012.
I made it onto Hackaday once, http://hackaday.com/2005/01/27/robosapien-alarm-clock/ -> http://letsmakerobots.com/node/34619
MarkusB's Baby Bot on Hack A Day.
Once again, he's done us proud!
Taikson's UAV quadcopter is on Hackaday.
Voltar's Earth Core Hexapod is posted on Hackaday.