So, “zedstarr” eh? What’s that about you may ask… Wikisplain Z*. Zed star. Zedstarr. Of course it is. Told you it was real. Well, imaginary. Well…. oh never mind.
So today I got to visit my “alma mater” – not a phrase I feel comfortable using, turns out it’s a (Latin) American English term, less so useful/used in British English – so what I really mean is I visited my old university. I have an alumni library membership, so thought I’d pop in, forContinue reading ““Alma Mater” ???”
Sleepy. 19:33 local time. 01:33 home timezone time… bleah
via TweetDeck A modern dynamo – who knew they still existed and were so cool. From the 1980’s style, tyre rubbing demons, to this 🙂
Just dug the old T39 out of the drawer – still works, but have to charge the battery off the phone, and battery won’t take a full charge, but apart from that I love the form factor… Perfect just for making calls 🙂
The smaller “trickle charger” looked like it would manage just over a watt I need to test these on an overcast day to get more or a realistic idea of their capabilities… Ideal for camping – assuming there’s some sunshine! See the full gallery on Posterous
Some CAN data got via mbed, geo-logged to SD. That is all.
Just getting into mbeg.org – rapid prototyping using NXP's microcontrollers Specifcally like the RFID to twitter build that was featured on Wired. see http://bit.ly/hE8PnA
Hmmm. Similar technique to how I created "Bra Hair" by Japanese Spam Hammer back in the day… Try this: 1 – Go to Wikipedia and hit random article. The first random Wikipedia article you get is the name of your band. 2 – Go to The Quotations Page – Your Source for Famous Quotes andContinue reading “Build – least amount of effort”