Technology can change your marriage — whether you're proposing via Claptrap or getting married via computer — but it takes special dedication (and clearly a very special significant other) to take marriage proposal to the PCB stage. I only got down on bended knee to propose to my wife, but überhacker Bill Porter went to a whole lot more trouble, hiding his wedding proposal on a printed circuit board. It's both awesome and full of a hearty dose of 'awwwwwww' [Bill Porter via Hack A Day] Picture: Bill Porter
Marriage Proposal Via PCB? Best. Marriage. Proposal. Ever.
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