Journal

July 3, 2016
When a TED-talk competes with the NightReader
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Today I took up work on the NightReader, that was left because of the TED-talk invitation that suddenly came my way. Too good an opportunity to let slip, and now also done with good response. It took a few days, that I stole from work planned the introduction of the NightReader on the Pecha Kutcha night, quite soon, Monday the 23d.

The TED-experience has wiped a big part of design grip I had. That had to be regained today. It surprised me that finding back all the small details that now matter was not that easy. But of course I did get it done.


July 3, 2016
Journal Sunday, November 15th
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Today, Sunday 16/11/15 I took up work on the NightReader, that was left because of the TED-talk invitation that suddenly came my way. Too good an opportunity to let slip, and now also done with good response. It took a few days, that I stole from work planned the introduction of the NightReader on the Pecha Kutcha night, quite soon, Monday the 23d.


July 3, 2016
Salt-battery experiment
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This journal is about a test to find out if salt water batteries can work well for the NightReader.

That would be very welcome, for two reasons: no need for dirty leaking commercial batteries anymore plus a very instructive way of creating an electric current by the school kids that should make them at school, guided by their teacher.

First result: negative! Short cicuiting of the battery envelops could not be prevented!

What will be the solution for that?