oh yes folks, just what you’ve always wanted. the foxblocker is a little piece of metal that screws into your coaxial cable on the back of your television (or cable box) and will block out the news channel, FOX News. this is a very interesting concept because in theory, you could start to daisy chain these together and filter out whichever stations you wanted. i think it’d be fun to see these made into “nickelodeon blockers” or something to that effect. whatever will make your little brother cry.
it’s available now for $8.95 from the official website. thanks to off the hook for informing me.
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wow, such heated debate! the fox blocker is what’s called a band-stop filter. you can make your own and block whichever cable frequency you wish.
sidenote: in the old days, cable companies would screw a few of these on your line to block premium channels that you hadn’t paid for. good samaritans would occasionally crack open the cable box and remove all the filters for everyone on their block.
i thought the band-stop filter post was a nice juxtaposition to yesterday’s amp, but that’s just me. if you are more interested in making things louder, the chu moy amp circuit used in two of our previous posts might be a good place to start for your dreamcast amp guts:
portable minty amp
covert desk lamp mic
jim younkin, shufflephones inventor, has started a new site devoted to shuffle hacking. read my article on safely disassembling a shuffle and get to work. we could all use a good shuffle hack now and then.
picture of a paper shuffle case [trilly]
oragami 35mm slide adapter for your scanner [paul]
help put linux on the playstation portable
follow linux development on the nitendo ds
tivo your favorite news program for your psp
more tivo hacks [david gould]
take your psp apart
ebooks on your psp [david the link machine]
last, but not least: a giant, eight foot nes controller
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