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Sam Jacoby
Sam Jacoby committed Apr 6, 2013
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- [TinyProgrammer](#tinyprogrammer)
- [TinySynth](#tinysynth)
- [Battery Holder](#battery-holder)
-- [Helpful Information](#helpful-information)
+- [Helpful Links](#helpful-information)
## <a id="surveys"></a>Surveys
For our ongoing research at [High-Low Tech](http://hlt.media.mit.edu) and my own thesis, there is a pre-and-post workshop survey that should be filled out. There'll be paper copies available, but filling it out online is quicker and easier!
- [Pre-Workshop Survey](https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HXQLFJ2)
-- [Post-Workshop Survey](http://#)
+- [Post-Workshop Survey](https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/99T53TQ)
If you've happened to stumble on this survey and *won't* be attending the workshop, make my life a little easier and don't fill it out!
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- TinyProgrammer ([SparkFun](https://www.sparkfun.com/products/11460))
-The TinyProgrammer is a sweet little tool that vastly simplifies the programming of Atmel's ATTiny45/85 microcontrollers. The ATTiny can do just about everything an Arduino can do (Atmel makes the ATmega168/32U4), but are much cheaper, smaller, and more easily embedded. If you want to make twenty of something, it's a lot easier to get your hands on 20 ATTiny's (they're [$.95]() on SparkFun) than 20 Arduinos. [David Mellis](http://media.mit.edu/~mellis) designed this one. Or actually, he designed one, and SparkFun redesigned it to make it way better.
+The TinyProgrammer is a sweet little tool that vastly simplifies the programming of Atmel's ATTiny45/85 microcontrollers. The ATTiny can do just about everything an Arduino can do (Atmel makes the ATmega168/32U4), but are much cheaper, smaller, and more easily embedded. If you want to make twenty of something, it's a lot easier to get your hands on 20 ATTinys (they're [$.95]() on SparkFun) than 20 Arduinos. [David Mellis](http://media.mit.edu/~mellis) designed this one. Or actually, he designed one, and SparkFun redesigned it to make it way better.
To get started with it on your computer, you'll need (a) to have the Arduino IDE installed (get it [here](http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Software) if you haven't already) and (b) have ATTiny installed (it doesn't come with the normal download). While the ATTiny is an Atmel chip (like the chips that power the Arduino), Arduino doesn't come with support for the ATTiny family out-of-the-box, so you'll have to follow the tutorial below to add ATTiny Support. Hopefully this'll change at some point.
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+### <a id="helpful-information"></a>Helpful Links & So Forth
+- [Copper Circuits Tutorial](http://hlt.media.mit.edu/?p=2505)
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-### <a id="helpful-information"></a>Helpful Information
-[Jie Qi](http://technolojie.com/category/featured-projects/) has put up some useful information about making circuits using copper tape on the High-Low Tech [website](http://hlt.media.mit.edu/?p=2505).
+[Jie Qi](http://technolojie.com/category/featured-projects/) has put up some useful information about making circuits using copper tape on the High-Low Tech [website](http://hlt.media.mit.edu/?p=2505). There's also good information about the orientation of surface-amount LEDs--which can be tricky to work with!
- [Bare Conductive's Paper Battery Holder](http://www.bareconductive.com/paper-battery-holders)

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