[Noisebridge-discuss] intro to jim

jim jim at well.com
Mon Aug 11 14:49:54 UTC 2008

awww. curses are fun. 
i'm up for the soldering workshop and can bring 
maybe two or three irons and ones of a couple of 
related tools. 

On Mon, 2008-08-11 at 06:28 -0700, Mitch Altman wrote:
> No need for curses.  Looks like some folks could benefit from a
> soldering workshop.  With a little practice soldering the larger
> surface mount is not too bad.  If there's any interest, when I get
> back to town (in September) I can give a soldering workshop for people
> who want to learn soldering (total newbies) as well as those wanting
> to get better at it so they can do surface mount.  In 90 minutes
> everyone will be confident that they can solder.
> Mitch.
> ______________________________________________________________________
> Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2008 00:57:31 -0700
> From: arramsabeti at gmail.com
> To: jim at well.com
> Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] intro to jim
> CC: noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
> Hi Jim.
> I will join you in a curse of components only available in surface
> mount form.
> Arram
> On Sun, Aug 10, 2008 at 8:47 PM, jim <jim at well.com> wrote:
>           hello, i'm jim. i like linux, know a little
>         bit about electronics (enough to lament the
>         advent of surface mount chips, they seem hard
>         to solder), know a bit about programming and
>         system administration, live in san francisco,
>         have no pets, am in an old school punk rock
>         band called the nubs (KUSF liked and still
>         sometimes plays cuts from our CD), and am
>         interested in the nb effort to get a place:
>           i have some construction skills (can bend
>         EMT pipe and pull wires and set up sub-panels
>         for regular old split-phase 110/220 and even
>         three phase). once upon a time i was actually
>         good with an airless paint sprayer and also
>         brushes (don't like rollers much). when i do
>         drywall, it doesn't look great, but a lot of
>         people don't seem to notice the troughs and
>         warps and dimples.... i can fix most toilets
>         and do some plumbing (copper, soil pipe,
>         simple fixture stuff).
>           i own a PA system and some microphones and
>         a protools recording set up.
>           i live in san francisco and hate parking.
>         i also hate commuting, tho' i seem to drive
>         a lot.
>           i like to be helpful.
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