[TriEmbed] SD or microSD breakout board?

Jon Wolfe jonjwolfe at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 29 10:22:24 CDT 2014


This probably due to the shenanigans that yahoo did recently with their flags in their email headers. I think the TL;DR synapses is that yahoo has a flag on their servers that says "don't trust anything from @yahoo.com adresses that didn't originate from our network." Since the triembed mailing list software acts on behalf of me, sending an email to everyone as if it came from me, everyone else's mail clients say "uh, yahoo says you didn't come from their network, so they say I shouldn't trust you". 


It's a frustrating problem, and if I didn't feel so personally entrenched to this email address I would just jump ship. I did setup a proxy email address forwarder, but it didn't help, there is not much I could to to fix it and still use my primary email address... 


Of course, someone who does get this message, and does not have yahoo, probably needs to reply to the thread so that others can see it.



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 From: Glen Smith <mrglenasmith at gmail.com>
To: TriEmbed Discussion <triembed at triembed.org> 
Sent: Sunday, June 29, 2014 10:15 AM
Subject: Re: [TriEmbed] SD or microSD breakout board?
 


Jon's email did come to me via the list, but with a warning to:
"Be careful with this message. Our servers could not verify that it came from yahoo.com. You might want to avoid clicking on any links or replying with personal information."
Does anyone else on the list have a yahoo email address? Jon, are you doing something funky with your email client? Maybe try logging into yahoo's webmail & send a test message directly from thier servers? 
- Thumbed one letter at a time on a 2.25 x 1.25 inch Galaxy smartphone keyboard, please forgive any errors.
Pete,
Jon's e-mail never showed up on my feed from the list. I only saw his message in your reply. Commercial local part is clearly the development tool to use. 
Shane
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On Jun 29, 2014 9:47 AM, "Shane Trent" <shanedtrent at gmail.com> wrote:

Pete,
>
>
>Jon's e-mail never showed up on my feed from the list. I only saw his message in your reply. Commercial local part is clearly the development tool to use.
>
>
>Shane
>>Sent from Mailbox 
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>On Sun, Jun 29, 2014 at 5:34 AM, Pete Soper <pete at soper.us> wrote:
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>Well we need to get into the habit of remembering your local resource. This is the much better solution!
>>
>>But I'm writing to confirm your msgs are showing up. You can see
    them here:
>>   http://mail.triembed.org/pipermail/triembed_triembed.org/2014-June/author.html
>>
>>-Pete
>>PS I'm not ignoring your msg vis a vis the web site, just not caught
    up yet.
>>
>>
>>On 06/28/2014 04:13 PM, Jon Wolfe wrote:
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>>I'm not sure if my emails are going though to people on this group, so my apologies if you have already seen this, I do have a micro SD card reader, $14.95 + nc sales tax, and local pickup available if you can make it to Cary.
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>>>https://anibit.com/product/ptt03001 
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>>> 
>>>It's a little bit more that what you can find on ebay, but it comes with a built in LDO and level shifter, which means you can power it with 5V or 3.3V, and it can directly talk to 3.3 or 5V chips. It also has an activity indicator LED.
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>>>________________________________
>>>From: Shane Trent <shanedtrent at gmail.com>
>>>To: Jim Carlson <jbcarlso at ncsu.edu> 
>>>Cc: "triembed at triembed.org" <triembed at triembed.org> 
>>>Sent: Saturday, June 28, 2014 3:20 PM
>>>Subject: Re: [TriEmbed] SD or microSD breakout board?
>>> 
>>>
>>>You could hack an SD socket. A Google search can show you
              other hack options.  Check out Google images. 
>>>
>>>http://www.instructables.com/id/Cheap-DIY-SD-card-breadboard-socket/?ALLSTEPS
>>>
>>>Shane
>>>
>>>Sent from my iPad Mini
>>>
>>>> On Jun 28, 2014, at 3:12 PM, Jim Carlson <jbcarlso at ncsu.edu> wrote:
>>>> 
>>>> Or get microSD card w/ adapter and solder to the
              adapter.
>>>> 
>>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>> 
>>>>> On Jun 28, 2014, at 12:04 PM, Pete Soper <pete at soper.us> wrote:
>>>>> 
>>>>> In a pinch you can take a cheapo SD card and
              solder wires to it and then plug the wires into a
              breadboard. Use minimal, fast soldering to avoid
              overheating the connector.
>>>>> -Pete
>>>>> 
>>>>>> On 06/26/2014 12:18 PM, Lauren Putvin wrote:
>>>>>> Does anyone have a SD or micro SD breakout
              board they would be willing to sell? Mine broke and if I
              order a replacement now it won't get here until next week.
              Not the end of thworld, but I thought I'd ask.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Lauren
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