Phil Torrone interviewed Andrew (bunnie) Huang about the end of his company Chumby, and what he's working on now.
What are you currently working on? I recently saw an open-source hardware radiation detector and HDMI “hack” that’s full shipping product.
Since the end of chumby, I’ve been continuing to produce open source reference designs. One of the wonderful parts of living in Singapore is that even though I made no money from the exit at chumby, I am able to choose a lifestyle where I can engage in non-profit, community-oriented design work. Although Singapore has a reputation for being an expensive city to live in, I’ve found the public housing to be reasonably priced, and combined with a solid public healthcare system, $60/month 100-Mbit home broadband connections, and ubiquitous hawker centers featuring $3 dishes celebrated by Anthony Bourdain, I have everything I need to geek out on a shoestring budget.
A personal goal of mine is to spend a year building things that I care about, as opposed to things that could make investors rich.
MAKE’s Exclusive Interview with Andrew (bunnie) Huang – The End of Chumby, New Adventures
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