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#49356: I recommend you don't use a sans-serif font for filenames/codes/library names when they're within regular body text (i.e. inline). You should...more...
P1.0
19-May-12
35

#49283: "considering sharing your discoveries" should be "consider sharing your discoveries"--Paul Thompson

P1.0
06-May-12
37
#49284: "replace the broken Ethernet.h in the original #include statement with #include Ethernet2.h" should be "replace the broken Ethernet.h in the o...more...
P1.0
06-May-12
37
#49285: "replace the broken Ethernet.h in the original #include statement with #include Ethernet2.h" should be "replace the broken Ethernet.h in the o...more...
P1.0
06-May-12
37

#49286: In "Ethernet2.h instead", "instead" is superfluous.--Paul Thompson

P1.0
06-May-12
38
#49287: "MAC" has already been defined on page 36 (i.e. "Media Access Control"), so no need to define it again on page 38. Replace: "Media Access Cont...more...
P1.0
06-May-12
38

#49288: Why have you written "IP Address" on page 38, but "IP address" on page 36?--Paul Thompson

P1.0
06-May-12
62
#49785: The Arduino that I have monitoring my sump pit is sitting in a hobby box mounted on the wall several feel (should be feet, right?) above the s...more...
P1.0
06-Sep-12
70

#49463: The XBee is directly connected to +5V (Figure 14). But it operates on 3.3V. If you connect the XBee directly like this, it might destroy your XBee.--Markus

P1.0
26-Jun-12
91

#49544: In the code comments at the bottom of the page, it says "poll FLEX _SENSOR". It should say "poll FORCE_SENSOR".

P1.0
19-Jul-12
100

#49355: "packagedelivery" is a database/filename. You shouldn't let it hypenate/split across lines just like it's a regular english word.--Paul Thompson

P1.0
19-May-12
187
#51454: I get a problem here: -- <callout id="code.osx-voice-automation.scpt.miscmusic"/> as well as when i try to "play music", it goes has an ...more...
P1.0
06-May-13