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Built as a submission to “Mach flott den Schrott“, a hardware hacking contest put on by German technology magazine c’t, Mario Lukas’ Toilettenpapier-Drucker (Toilet Paper Printer) combines parts scavenged from surplus CD-ROM drives, an Arduino, and some miscellaneous bits to create a printer with a unique output. Supplied with an RSS or Twitter feed, the device will inscribe up-to-the-minute news on your favorite 2-ply. [Thanks, Christian!]

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  1. I say that as the technology!  (:

  2. my best friend’s mom makes $77 an hour on the computer. she has been out of job for 9 months but last month her check was $7487 just working on the computer for a few hours. read about it here and follow the steps , don’t really pass it up

  3. this is the technology, a real one, lol

  4. this is the technology, a real one, lol

  5. this is the technology, a real one, lol

  6. Are you supposed to use the paper afterwards? Would it smear ink in your rear? It would be awful to find the latest tweet printed in your butt!

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