DynamicArt [$2.99] is much like scratch but is more focused on making procedural drawings
Kodable [Free] is very kiddie-ish and makes kids perform procedural programming to solve puzzles.
There is a similar one called A.L.E.X [Free] which does the same thing with robots
I dont think this is for a 7 year old, but there is Codea [$9.99], a Lua interpreter for the iPad. Lots of cool things have been done with it, but its object oriented and may be tough for a kid to learn unless you happen to know Lua already to help.
Monday, July 15, 2013
Of course, Subscribe and Save is free for Amazon customers and you typically have to pay for warehouse clubs. Either way, the big benefit is the time you save not shopping. Once you go through the painstaking process of setting up Subscribe and Save, you don't have to do anything, whereas you'll always have to go to the store to get those discounts at a warehouse club. Head over to the Simple Dollar for more info about the whole process. Do Amazon Mail Order Subscriptions Save Money? | The Simple Dollar
Overall, I saved money, but on occasion, I would see local sales that would trump the value of the “schedule and save” system. I would have saved money waiting for those sales. On the other hand, watching for those sales takes time, as you have to watch flyers every week to catch those sales.
So, what’s a person to do? The most time-effective route (while still bringing down your bills) is to just do a big comparison of prices between “Subscribe and Save” and your local warehouse club or grocery store, then subscribe to anything that’s cheaper than the regular price and not sweat the sales. However, you can certainly invest more time into the plan by comparing weekly flyers – you will absolutely save more money, but it won’t be a lot of money and it will require some time (the amount of which is really up to you).
So I went on to eBay and amazon searching for something to program these chips as I was planning on using these chips a lot in the future. After spending about an hour I just realized I was wasting my time as there was no way I was going to spend about 20-30 dollars on a simple shield.
After thinking for a bit, I decided to make a simple and easy to make, ATtiny2313 programming shield, after I made it, all I needed to do to recode any of my attinys' is to just put it in the programming shield and just in a few clicks you have your code uploaded! No need to worry if everything is wired right and make sure there are no short circuits or anything that can short out the chip and fry it or anything else of that sort.
So now in this instructable I will show you how to build one of these shields for yourself!
It costs almost nothing and takes only about 30mins or so to make it.
So lets get started!
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