NTR would not have arduino parts.
Microcenter is best local bet.
Some Radio Shacks have stuff. (Some more than others).
I can drop off one of my '80's beepers and I am sure someone can show
Sounds like the family is having fun!
On 8/31/12, Jordan Miller <jrdn...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Barbara,--
> This one is a fantastic board and is how I learned Arduino when I took a
> It has nice sliders, a 7-segment LED display, a bunch of light and sound
> It's also a great way to practice your soldering! Everything is through-hole
> If you get this board give us a heads up and bring it by an open house and
> Even better, I just poked around and I still have my Danger Shield already
> On Aug 31, 2012, at 3:43 PM, Barbara wrote:
>> To help us learn to program the Arduino we got at FOSSCON, I bought Make's
>> Any help or direction would be greatly appreciated.
>> Thanks so much,
irc freenode #ubuntu-us-pa
"Do, or do not. There is no 'try.'"
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