Extending developer life with press-n-seal

If you’re like me and you only have time for a hologram or two in the morning and maybe another few in the evening (if you’re lucky), you can extend the mixed life of your two-part developers with press-n-seal

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Playing with NVGs

I was able to borrow some night vision goggles from work and had fun playing in the lab and out in the yard

It’s really tempting to get a pair of these for use in the lab. I could reduce my safelight levels to practically zero

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Update on BatteryGeek

This is a follow-up to my last review of BatteryGeek.

On September 15th Sean from BatteryGeek contacted me about a review of his battery pack I’d posted on Amazon. He was "painfully disappointed" about it and wasn’t sure where the ball was dropped but suspected that their relocation from Texas to Oregon was the source of the customer service problems I’d experienced.

He asked if I would "kindly consider removing your negative amazon.com feedback and whatever other negative comments you have left for my company and products anywhere else on the web."

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