Here's a clever gadget that generates random entropy using some old school technology coupled with an AVR [via an Arduino board]
[edit, fixed the link... was pointing to the wrong page]
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I was looking to give some entropy away. I seem to keep collecting it.
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Cool! Now they need an endpoint detector so the entropy generator can be flipped... errr, restarted.
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I like it.
Very simple and handy random number generator.
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