Hackaday links

I was wrong. The skull and crossbones isn’t gaining new popularity. Josh Rubin is just obsessed. I do love my Kid Robot hoodie.

Here are some other IR cam links:
Nikon D70 [christofer flynn]
Polaroid PDC2010 [via]

Windows 95 and Linux on PSP via Bochs Thanks to [matan] for sending it directly to us, but it’s hard to scoop Engadget with one post a day.

Speaking of Engadget, if I buy a scribbler robot is it a tax writeoff?

Helium balloon aerial movies [anoymous](sic)

Build your own render farm This got lost in the shuffle yesterday.

Google maps hacking blog I’m sure this isn’t the only one out there. [anoymous]

[Derwin] removed the mushrooms from Supre Mario Brothers. See how hard withdrawl is.

The last issue of Phrack has been released. [a person]

Damn, I’ve been looking for that graffiti bot link forever.

The text editor poll is complete, have a look at the results.

Want to have a Hack-A-Day meetup in your area? First, let’s find out who lives near you by marking your location on the Hack-A-Day guest map. Make sure to throw in your contact info. [via Download Squad]

As usual, keep the links coming in.

Comments

  1. cooldude says:

    windows 95 on a psp omfg

  2. DANIEL says:

    Wow added myself to the map thing, hope their are more brits who are hackers out there, and the PSP looks amazing best idea is to make some sort of custom linux distro best suited for the PSP, Windows 95 well…. The plus with Linux is you could get the wireless working as Wifi is only supported on Win98SE+.
    What ever next OS X on the PSP?

  3. CaptSnuffy says:

    i once thought of making a graffitibot

    the approach with the cables is interesting, when i was thinking about it i more envisioned 2 metal beams that it slid on, much like the mechanisms in CNC machines or those crane games where you grab stuffed animals

    added myself to the map

  4. Mr. int says:

    Blargh, someone got the PSP link in before me :/
    I find it interesting that there is still a group looking to run linux natively on the PSP.

  5. nickcharleton says:

    where are the $100 laptops?! seriously guys, did i miss something?

  6. Cosmo says:

    Speaking of meet-ups, since vince is no longer contributing, does this mean the August hackaday meet-up is not going to happen now?

  7. kyleyankan says:

    I’ve got a question about that hector robot: can anyone find a link to b uild one yourself? That’d be so sweet

  8. shark500 says:

    yeah but how do you add yourself to the map

  9. kyleyankan says:

    Shark500: click anywhere someone else is not

  10. shark500 says:

    that just centers the map

  11. Kieran (jim) Evans says:

    Double click somewhere that no-one else is.. should come up with a sort of baloon type thingy where u can enter your details…

  12. Kieran (jim) Evans says:

    Suggestion: Make the guest map a perminent link, i.e. put it on every page under the logo/banner mebby so that the link doesn’t get forever lost in the hack-a-day archives… and don’t gimmie no crap bout a search button, Fool!

  13. Morpeth says:

    “Google maps hacking blog I

  14. Jared harley says:

    The Google map won’t let me add my place either. I tried both clicking and single-clicking where someone is not – the Download Squad’s one is a single click to add information. As a side note, when my computer loads the map, I get an IE error:
    Line: 289
    Char: 277
    Error: Invalid Argument
    Code: 0

  15. gus says:

    i get the same thing as jared

  16. boxgamex says:

    yeah that map is laggy, i sy first we jsut need a datbase of adresses and then have someone put it into a google map.

  17. Morph_Ball says:

    I dig the hoodie, man. Just in case anyone asks you about it, the kanji on the skull’s forehead means “death”. It’s pronouced even more simply, “shi”. Just in case you didn’t already know.

  18. Actually as a reader of http://hanzismatter.com I had been wondering. Thanks for the reassurance.

  19. thanks for this im adding this blog to my twitter.

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