I’ve been playing with my makerbot off and on but mainly adding various new bits of hardware to it. When I got the kit I ordered it with the heated build platform but at the time I wasn’t getting good enough prints out of the thing to feel it worth the effort of building and installing the thing.
I’ve been getting into the cycling of late. After a rough start where I had my bike nicked after only a couple of weeks of owning it and then the requisit wait to see if anyone would return the thing I got another identical model from the shop.
I spent this weekend playing two games and fiddling with my makerbot trying to get reliable prints out of it.
An update on various things that have been going on.
Holiday in Tahoe and SF:
I woke fairly late on day three something like 10am. The sunday is probably the wind down day of PAX there were few events I wanted to look into and I planned to spend the day on the convention floor.
I woke up early then slept in till 9 checking the Twitter feed there was still space at the main hall so I headed over. I joined the queue and waited and after a few hours got into the place for the PA make a strip panel.
I flew down on the Thursday the flight was packed and probably had more than its fair share of PAX goers.
Got into Seattle late and took the light rail into town which worked quite well. The hotel was nice pretty fancy I had some food and crashed.
So in my series of concerts the next was Kihncert 2010 put on by the local classic rock station KFOX with one of their Djs and musician Greg Kihn as the front man.
It was down at shoreline a huge amphitheatre near mountain view. My seat was pretty good a little close to the stage for comfort due to the sound pressure level but not actually painful.
So I went to see ZZTop last night at another vineyard, this one was a fair way out off towards Livermore.
Just went to see Scott Pilgrim Vs the World and it is fucking awesome. Really funny with wonderful comic book come to life visuals set against the backdrop of Toronto. It’s geeky and cool at the same time and it’sÂ definitelyÂ a must see. You can see Edgar Wright’s hand in this the slick pace and geek culture references the comedy of the script it’s all good.