25 thoughts on “Hackaday links

  1. my hats off to you who use the brain wave machine. not only is is complex but it probbably would have unusual effects, such as does a placebo. (yeah, look that one up you sugar pill fanatics)

  2. I have the files to mirror, but no where to put them. Just purchased a domain, but it will not activate for 72 hrs. Anyone up to hosting? E-mail me..

  3. Boring links to us does not mean its boring to everyone. However I do agree that the quality of information found in the links has reduced. We can not really blame the hack-a-day team for this.

    I would like to see a new hack challenge or something. Either that or user feedback to discuss current projects they are working on.

    But thats just my opinion.

  4. #9, GRimo
    Thanks, but:
    (111) Connection refused

    ;(

    E-mail me at junktoart@yahoo.com and I can provide the files. My appologies to all who are trying to look at this. Didn’t think it would get accepted, crushed my site. Huray for me.

  5. Hal Hockersmith : corel cache

    Good idea, I would propose that is something that should be mentioned during the sub process. It didn’t occour to me until it was too late.

    Hackaday admins listening?

    Brent

  6. AMD still? Neat concept, but (old)BAD execution if you drink the gunk that comes off of it. Solder and booze is a bad mix from way back. The alcohol will make some very interesting organic lead compounds out of that solder.

  7. AMD still? Neat concept, but (old)BAD execution if you drink the gunk that comes off of it. Solder and booze is a bad mix from way back. The alcohol will make some very interesting organic lead compounds out of that solder.

  8. The flash drive post, and the dead HDD fixer article were both low quality – especialy amature.
    they certainly aren’t hacks.
    hackaday aint what it used to be – it’s dying a slow cancerous death.

  9. If you’re interested in trying out some brainwave expirementation, check out sbagen (http://uazu.net/sbagen/). Open source project, runs on linux & win. Comes with a lot of premade “programs” for different effects (concentration, sleep, relaxation, etc).

    I use it to help me sleep at night pretty regularly, though apparently some people use it to transcend the earthly confines of time and space ;P

  10. I thought it wasn’t possible to use a hard drive once the unit had been opened because even a tiny particle of dust would be enough to cause the read/write head to skip and crash into the disks…

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