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Reg writes in with the winner of the “About” page contest at we-make-money-not-art.com

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Olly Farshi won the MAKE: Daisy open source MP3 player, congrats! Bre will have a Weekend project to check out with the player shortly, so stay tuned!

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8 thoughts on “MAKE: Daisy MP3 player winner @ We Make Money Not Art…

  1. So why does an “open source” project use a proprietary compiler? I agree that it still qualifies as open source, but …. for a project with highest hack value, it should have a gcc port for the processor. msp430 might have been a better choice than a pic.

  2. RussNelson – msp430s are really good, but they’re new – so people haven’t used them as much (i’m not sure if there is a DIP version?). they are becoming more popular – future versions of other stuff we do (or our kit makers do) might support it.

    as far as the complier there is a free complier (but i think it’s wonky, raphael, our kit maker can tell you more about this, just’em teuthis.com is the site). in general the PIC compiler situation is sorta weird.

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