Hackaday Podcast 165: Old Printers, Dark Towers, 3DP Gaskets, And Wavy Traces

Join Hackaday Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Assignments Editor Kristina Panos as we gab about the most interesting hacks and stories of the previous week. This time, we start off by marveling over everything happening this weekend. Most urgently, it’s your last chance to enter the 2022 Sci-Fi contest, which closes Monday, April 25th at 8:30 AM Pacific Time sharp. Already got your hat in the ring? If you’re anywhere in the neighborhood of New Jersey, don’t miss the VCF’s Vintage Computer Festival East. Don’t want to leave the house? Then check out all the talks that start approximately right now, assuming you get your Hackaday Podcasts hot off the server.

In this episode, we’ll fawn over a KiCAD plug-in that gives your PCBs that old-timey look, discuss ancient telephone exchanges and the finest in 70s-era custom telephones, and dream about building a wall of sound out of Raspberry Pis. Then we’ll talk about awesome old printers and the elegance of RSS feeds, developing your own digital film, and a really cool line follower robot that works without a brain. Stay with us to find out where Kristina likes her taskbar, and we’ll tell you the cool-kid name for the the Commodore key.

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Episode 165 Show Notes:

News This Week:

What’s that Sound?

  • Last week’s sound was an arcade button. Blue. Congratulations to [Madeira] for guessing correctly, and getting lucky with the dice!

Interesting Hacks of the Week:

Quick Hacks:

Can’t-Miss Articles:

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