When we got home nothing looked like it had been shoveled. I guess it's the thought that counts?
Adafruit has a nice assortment to choose from.
Halloween last year I had a heck of a time trying to get sound out of the Arduino without a wave shield. There were a few other alternatives but I eventually ended up using a custom PCM library to get the sound I needed. Still, a wave shield would make future projects a lot easier. Just plug in speakers and go.
Arduino-Powered Wireless Temperature Sensor. I read that the charts in a Google docs spreadsheet would automatically update when new data is added, so I thought that might be an easy approach. So I modified the python script and started logging data to a Google docs spreadsheet.
OpenSource RF wireless arduino shields for awhile with the intent of logging temperature differences throughout the house. Admittedly, I've been dragging my feet getting things set up. With cooler weather, however, I've been motivated time to poke around and get things set up.
RF shields and accompanying USB dongle, trying to get temperature and humidity data recorded in a reasonable format. It's been a little frustrating but it's also been an opportunity to learn more about serial communication.
scarf (which is almost now half way done) to knitting a blanket. I'm sure normally a blanket takes a long time to knit, but with size 50 knitting needles and 4 strands of bulky yarn, this one shouldn't take too long. Specifically it's the 6 hour afghan pattern from Ravelry.
skywalk a lot in the winter. That means I'm in DeVos Hall on the second floor any day they don't have it roped off.
Adventures in Baking & Cooking
Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal