3 days in February produced hot water above 40C.
The two peaks above 70C provided by the immersion heater.
We are settling in to a regular routine at Palatine library. Electronic projects including model boats/cars/robots, arduinos raspberry pi, esp and more happen around the table.
A lively discussion group is usually active in the corner where the more comfortable chairs are set out.
In a completely separate discussion at the other end of the room: is the fifth taste, umami real?
“However, not everyone is convinced that umami should even be classified as a basic taste. Professor Barry Smith of London University’s Centre for the Study of the Senses queries why “we need neuroscience and the Japanese” to alert us to umami, when tastes such as salt and sweet are clear as day”
Darcey demonstrates how an airbar can give her laptop touch screen facilities.
A selection of gadgets in use this week.
The three peaks above 70C provided by the immersion heater.
Busy week again. This photo was taken early in the day before everyone arrived.
This week we welcomed Barry, a Linux user who has just moved into the area from Durham. We also welcomed Dave (surly dev) who made one of his infrequent visits.
Les demonstrates his mars rover.