Do you remember where you were, when Google Reader was killed? In this project, you'll commemorate your favorite Google products that someone mercilessly ended thanks to the Killed By Google API.

The MagTag will display the project name, the date it was killed, and a few sentences about what the project did. It will also use the built-in speaker to play a funeral dirge when it updates. Perfect for reminiscing or getting notified about new products you didn't even get to know about before their untimely death!

According to Cody Ogden, the creator of Killed by Google:

Killed by Google is the Google graveyard, an open-source memorial for products no longer with us. Contributors from around the world research, build, and maintain this list of Google’s product history.

Parts

This kit contains all the parts except for a cable:

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Or get the pieces separately:

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Get a USB-A to USB-C cable to connect your computer to the MagTag:

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