(9 9 6 6 9)There was a controller from T-I,Whose power settings were almost nigh'.A demo one could see.Two grapes could power thee:Adrian cant drink on the job, sigh!(10 10 7 7 10)My voltage needed is lower than mostAnd this is not merely an idle boast.With two alkaline I runEven on two grapes I'm fun.But don't use five volts or I will be toast!(8 8 6 6 8 )My methods are easy to know;I have examples to follow.C-C-S you can learn -Just take time to discern.Recall I'm not an Arduino!(10 10 7 7 10)Eric Gregori makes robots with me.My code he writes in the language of C."G" chips make the robots go -He has put on a great show.Go view on his dot org named "robot see"!
- Doug Emes
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