19 March 2007, 22:42 by mark hoekstra

wish me luck

Well, tomorrow is gonna be quite a day I guess… First, I’m gonna leave extremely early for Arnhem. I’m gonna give four workshops at an event called dig-e-vent. In these workshops I’m going to teach people how to make led throwies. ^_^

I just made 120 led-throwie packs, with the material for four throwies in each. That should keep people busy. If they’re not sure what to do with it, they can still use it on their bike, right? ^_^

LED throwie spare material
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Right after that, I leave for The Hague, to find out if I won something at the Dutch Bloggies. Since I’m also a little into life-hacking and making my life efficient and stuff and because of the fact that there’s such a slight chance of winning, I didn’t prepare a speech!

I mean, what are the odds? *^_^*


Well, still unsure what the odds are. I do know I didn’t win though... too bad… ;-)

earlier on this site:
...and then, nominated for a Dutch Bloggie?!?

LED throwie bike lighting
LED throwies at Brightlive
BRIGHT Nerd Alert: the video

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  1. Pim @ 20 March 2007, 20:15 :

    Je workshop was leuk :). Een paar mensen geïrriteerd toen we ze door ze door het gebouw gingen te gooien tho.
    Op de terugweg nog wat ledjes tegen de balken aan de bovenkant van het perron gegooid, die zullen er ook nog wel maanden hangen :P.
    Niet echt grote foto’s, maar je ziet ze hangen :).

  2. Laurens @ 24 March 2007, 00:45 :

    je workshop was zeker wel chill, heb de throwies mee naar school genomen en daar rond gegooid op menig whiteboard(mensen schirkken zig de pleuris als er een lampje tegen het bord knalt als ze les geven, wist je dat?). Ook de grote stalen balken in het lokaal blijken het te doen, beetje jammer dat je ze daar niet zo makkelijk vandaan krijgt >

  3. Ben @ 20 November 2008, 21:41 :

    Waouh !

    I found you !!!

    Is there a next session planned ???

    I register immediately !

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