Mounting options (or insulation)
To mount Twine on my garage door I settled on slipping a metal strap up the back and screwing one end of it onto the door. Command strips wouldn't stick to Twine's outer jacket, and I want to be able to change the batteries easily. But the strap shorted the battery terminal solder points, so I've had to jury-rig some insulation there.
I get that this is a very DIY product, but as we find more more and better uses for it it'll get taken up by folks who will need a little more handholding. So a bracket that grips the sheath, or even just some protection for the back of the board, would be nice.
Maybe it'd help if we release a 3D model of the inner case, for the 3D printer/Shapeways aficionados to design their own sleeves?
Would a magnet mess with the inner-workings of the Twine?
I'll bring mine to work today and raid the office supplies to see what might work. The white housing pops off with relative ease, and with a sharp knife or file you could rub down pieces of the honey comb structure inside to accommodate the paperclip without interference.