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Junk Box Arduino: Ten Projects in Upcycled Electronics by James R. Strickland

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© James R. Strickland 2016

James R. Strickland, Junk Box Arduino, 10.1007/978-1-4842-1425-1_9

9. ATA Explorer

James R. Strickland

(1)Highlands Ranch, Colorado, USA

This chapter’s project is about connecting a hard drive to your Cestino. Figure 9-1 shows what our final result looks like. Do you have an old drive from back in the day? This will be a fun chapter. You’ll enjoy it.

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Figure 9-1. ATA Explorer

One day, perhaps a decade or two out, the last manufacturer will quietly stop making mechanical hard drives, and the era of rotating media will draw to a close. What was once a glorious era of whirring, whining, and clicking drives will fade away, leaving ...

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