2018-12-26 (W) Hackaday Summary

Bottom of the Barrel Connector: Tell Us Your Socket Hacks
This hack came from the Hackaday tip line. There was no link to share because the hacker only posted a couple of images in Hackaday.io chat line. The two images were plenty to figure out the sheer brilliance of what he or she had done. A barrel connector was needed, but it would have taken days to get one by mail, so one was built with copper scraps and solder. My editor wrote to me and said that not only was it brilliant, but it was worth redirecting the article so that we invited readers to share their own hacks for this situation.

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