Hack-A-Day Extra

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From the comments it sounds like people actually were reading the links posts. Well, the story is: We’re taking Hack-A-Day back to its original purpose, one hack a day. By popular demand though it looks like I’ll be putting up some random links posts from time to time.

If you are getting bored you can check out the Team Hack-A-Day Folding@HOME team forum which now has a memorable web address: http://teamhackaday.com The team should be hitting 3 million points this weekend. You could also hang out on our long standing IRC channel: #hackaday on EFnet.

Did you see Fabienne’s post on Engadget yesterday? There are only two comments so I’m guessing no.

Jason has posted a video from his ROV, lots of mud and a few fish.

We weren’t posting links last week so we missed out on the Sony DRM scandal. I hope you read the original post on Sysinternals since the technical details are really interesting. The story has been pretty well covered except no one can seem to report it without putting the word rootkit in quotation marks. It should be in the lexicon right next to worm and virus

Comments

  1. bryan says:

    what???? no links???
    whats the point of hacaday then?
    well, i guess i will have to read that otehr blog on number 47 then.

  2. Simon says:

    I too have been visiting less because of a lack of links :(

  3. matt says:

    I end up checking hackaday multiple times a day even though I know it’s not going to be updated!

    So, this site makes me want to hack stuff up. Where’s the forum on the net where people can post random hack questions?

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