If you had just 1024 bits of data to write a message of importance, how would you do it? That could be 128 ascii-coded characters (about a Tweets worth), or a bit map of 32 x 32 pixels.
If you have someone geeky in your life who would appreciate a coded message from you, here is your chance.
For sale: Custom PCB with DS2431 1-kilobit EEPROM that can be read or written by an Arduino.
If you would like to make one yourself, or see what kind of messages are possible, check out my Instructable.
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