381: Mass Sponge Migration


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Chris (@stoneymonster) and Elecia (@logicalelegance) discuss Blender, Make, TCP/IP, and listener questions (mostly about the podcast itself).

Lightweight IP: an open source TCP/IP stack for embedded systems

Look for Lazy Tutorials for Blender in Ian Hubert’s YouTube Channel or if you want something a little simpler, try the Blender Beginner Tutorial (donut!).

Ukulele and acoustic guitar kits are at StewMac.com

Book with sponge sneeze information: Brilliant Abyss by Helen Scales

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