Electronics Flea Market at De Anza in Cupertino, CA. My parents happen to live about a mile from there, so while I'm visiting, I always make sure to partake in this nerd feeding frenzy of a morning and try and stock up on some interesting or useful hardware for this year's worth of projects.
trying to trick my camera into using the last CF card I had was a pain in the ass, and lastly, I picked up an Acute Technologies Thincast 5000 thin client ($5). This is a most decent haul, if I say so.
The thin client is going to be an interesting project. It seems to have some sort of Windows CE image on it that doesn't work, but you can force it to PXE boot off the network by pressing F1.
Logic Shrimp working; It might come in handy trying to trace out these 1Hz data bursts.
Did anyone else go? You find something awesome? You want to come next month on September 10th? Hit it up in the comments.