Mostly Bits Newsletter - Issue #3



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Mostly Bits Newsletter - Issue #3
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Tony's Pick
Similar to last week’s pick, John Calhoun’s recent e-ink project is a fun hack on esoteric hardware with an artful result. Consider me inspired! Now I just need to figure out something interesting to make with a thermal printer, an e-ink display, and all the servos I have lying around…
Not pictured: Oregon Trail
Not pictured: Oregon Trail
Kyle's Pick
I’ve been really digging the various projects of British-Barbadian saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings recently. (This is not reciprocation for the popularity of Tiler More in Barbados, although that didn’t hurt.) We Are Sent Here By History by Shabaka and the Ancestors is my personal favorite, but Sons of Kemet’s Caribbean big band hip-hop vibe, as in “My Queen is Ada Eastman,” is probably the most accessible.
Sons Of Kemet - My Queen Is Ada Eastman (Audio) ft. Joshua Idehen
Sons Of Kemet - My Queen Is Ada Eastman (Audio) ft. Joshua Idehen
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A short weekly update from Tony and Kyle with a mix of discoveries from our product journey and fun things we’ve found. We’ll also keep you posted on our current projects, experiments, and goofs.

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