No businesses participated. I'll get you guys to help me get the word out for next year tho. Businesses need a LONG time to prepare and I didn't factor that in. This year was the first year we were going to allow businesses to participate (WOW FREE ADVERTISING RIGHT?!) but i didn't let them know till August 1st so I dropped the ball there.
Hopefully I can think of something that can be my thesis project. That would be sweet to get the school to pay the expenses on it. I'm in my 3rd year now, so I'd probably have to wait two years. What are some good things for an electrical engineer to do?
__________________ 15" MBP late 2008
MacBook guts into a Clamshell iBook? Not much electrical engineering involved in that one though. If you could mod a G5 iMac to run from a PowerBook or MacBook Pro PSU brick, you could have the worlds only PowerBook G5!
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