Hackaday Links 14 Comments by: Vince Veneziani May 23, 2005 Title: Copy Short Link: Copy ahh. a new week, new stuff, new links. let’s not waste any time with chit-chat
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I guess I missed it… what is the address of the RSS feed for the podcast? Thanks.
Fix the http://http://devcast.dcemulation.com/mods/overclock/overclock.php Link for the 240mhz dreamcast
My Dreamcast overclocking link got messed up. The URL is:
Both links for the dreamcast take me to microsoft’s website.
He forgot the colon after “http”
here is the correct link:
Thanks gemixman, don’t know how I forgot that as I copied and pasted it
I have a belly button.
is there an rss feed for the hackaday podcast? because i want to be able to download it with ipodder
Yeah, the other links were redirecting me to microsoft.com… weird.
TUAW has a podcast? Since when? Well I couldn’t find one, does anyone else know where it would be.
Also, in response to the RSS question, I don’t think that there is a an RSS link. Kinda makes me mad because I listen to all of my podcasts on my iPod, and not on my comp. Heres the link for it anyway.
Soldering a printer cable to an LCD is “kicking our ass at technology?” Geez, they don’t even know how to solder properly. You thread the wire through the hole (that’s what the hole is there for) and put the iron on the pad so it touches the pad and the bare wire, give it a few seconds to heat the wire and pad, then apply the solder.
I made the lcd today, it is insane for winamp stuff, but I did it with a backlit lcd out of a photocopier of all things. I am only able to get 8 charactors. Is it because I did a 4 bit interface
Oh c’mon, don’t spoil the Australian people’s fun. They were so proud of themselves, and you just had to ruin it didn’t you, Weasel? :P
This is a much better LCD tutorial:
It also tells you how to integrate the power cable into the printer cable.
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