2018-01-12 (F) Weekly Summary

Carrying a stack of PCB business cards took a lot of room, even when there were only a few LEDs attached. The LEDs would double the thickness of the stack compared to bare boards. A new method was tried where holes were cut for the LEDs, and they were soldered from the back of the board.

Sunken LEDs in a PCB business card

Non-glamorous editing was done in Charged: DesertIrish. Like programming, it's bland to describe editing work. However, the work is moving along and improving the story. Approximately one chapter is being edited per day. Chapters four through eight were edited with varying methods.

Reading silently and reading aloud were used together and separately to find the most effective way of catching mistakes and changes for style.

Charged: DesertIrish

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