Resistor Earrings and other Geek Chic

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Who says geeks can’t be fashionable?  Feast thine eyes upon such elegant items of technologically-inspired (and salvaged) accessorization as these earrings ($8) crafted from real green resistors by seller digiBling on DIY marketplace site Etsy.  You can also find other electronics components jewelry like a rainbow ribbon cable belt ($14), microchip cufflinks ($12) and more.  If you know Etsy, you know that the items are all hand-crafted and their availability can change, so check the digiBling store and if you see something you like, grab it!  Potential Valentine’s Day gifts for your techie sweetie?

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  2. Wow, this takes me back to my early childhood, when I made a lovely necklace with the parts to one of my Dad’s Heathkits; he was not appreciative. I made earrings too, but I had to literally hook them over my ears as no one had pierced ears then….

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