ShmooCon starts in two days and? uh? I’m sure I’ll be caught up with work by then. (UPDATE: [Tom] has an interview with Bruce and Beetle from the ShmooGroup) On a more important note: Yehoshua’s borg seems to have gotten lost on its way home from a new Year’s party and our Folding team has taken a hit. We’ve got sitemeter stats now in case you’ve ever wondered. It has only been active for two days, so the math is a little off.
more links after the jump (you should grab a beverage).
Instead of getting my work back on track, I’ve been
making motivational posters using
If you frequent mini-itx.com you’ve seen a lot of motherboards stuffed into
model automobile chassis. A company is now selling Compucars
commercially. [via TRFJ]
Linux distribution chooser, I tested positive for Gentoo after
answering “yes” to “Do you hate your free time?” [via
DVDJon has already parked DeAACS.com in preparation for the
new, sure to be bothersome technology.
BoingBoing has a really interesting
thread/request about bone conduction
How to program a bootloader
Palm T|X hacks: making a voice recorder and
adding a vibration alarm
Converting an optical mouse to IR [brad]
[Rlanctot]’s guide for building a
[snorkle256] upgraded his m:robe using [matt defenthaler]’s guide.
Then he was able to load it up using Adrian Stutz’s m:robe loader.
If you thought the original PSP hotswap trick was silly,
you haven’t seen this Xbox 360 video.
You could laugh at [Tom Allred]’s cordless phone mod
too, but he says the reception is great.
[Giantkillerrobot] got some mini Cooper slot automobiles for Christmas and has
started adding some non-factory
 added the Hack-A-Day logo to his flash drive. [Derwin]
had it on his OLED Network Walkman, but his site seems to be down.
Older iMacs have an IDE controller, but use SCSI connectors for the CDROM drive.
[Abbie Gonzalez] came up against this when installing 10.3, but
it didn’t prove much trouble.
free up hotel bandwidth, It isn’t that nice, but some of us have to get work done.
quick fix for bad remote buttons
Michael Naimark’s guide to blinding cameras [David]
It may be patched now, but IronGeek’s guide to the
WMF vulnrability is still interesting. [Steve]
Modding Aussie pay-tv antennas for WiFi [masked]
Nintendo DS homebrew development tutorials
Hombrew for JAMMA arcade cabinets [Caveman Joe]
[miknix] added an external
antenna adapter to his PCMCIA wireless card. It’s in Portuguese but the pictures are decent.
[epooch] has been playing around with external
character displays and found out that
switch plates make really
experience with initng, the next
generation init system for Linux.
[Stefano Palazzo]’s LEGO iPod nano dock
[derJan] has been abusing the
German McDonald’s kids play pcs.
[Frogz] sent in this overclocking guide
with a joke about drilling holes in your skull to increase oxygen flow. អ្នកមានន័យថា
Use a floppy stepper motor to pan your webcam.
The LDBD has been experimenting with paintballs and high speed
photography. They got the instructions from MAKE.
I’m sure you’ve seen [jared]’s vibrating
lockpick by now, it was everywhere today (at least in my inbox).
I’ve completely lost track of the PSP scene, I guess
Tetris on 2.50 is new, wait,
no, they just broke 2.60.
[thoughtfix] has picked up a Nokia 770 and is blogging the
[pillowcase] continues to repurpose old tech as wall art. His latest
is the emate clock.
Android world looks creepy despite its technicolor. [Richard Johnson]
[Tod E. Kurt] cleaned of the color wheel and sensor in his DLP projector and
thought we would like to see the internals.
Computer generated holograms [DogHouse]
Thank you for all of the tips.