Hackaday Links

At my request, [stok] added some info on the board etching process to his GPS “thingy” page.

I met former editor Jason Striegel at DefCon this summer and was thoroughly convinced that he was not a robot. I guess I was wrong.

Well, my Facebook link really took off. If you’re looking for other readers at your school, just check out my friends from “Other Schools”, those are all Hack-A-Day readers. Trying to kill some time? Go hunting for the female reader.

[Jettz] has started posting some VB tutorials.

The GoogleTalk fan site is already up. [Sam]

[shandar] suggested ShouldExist for getting project ideas. The HalfBakery would probably work too.

How-to cram a MDD dual processor G4 into a G5 case. [thanks Anthony]

Get 8-bit sound from your parallel port. [camzmac]

Interesting interactive audio/video projects

Some readers have put together a Hack-A-Day Folding@Home team. Hmm

11 thoughts on “Hackaday Links

  1. “Thingy” works, I guess. ;P I know I gave you a hard time back on that page’s comments, so I want to clarify that you guys do great work here. If you get extremely pedantic comments from time to time… well, it’s because you have technical/engineering types reading this for whom small details mean a Hell of a lot. (For example, knowing whether you’re using metric or English units in your space probe…) None of it’s meant personally.

    Keep up the good work.

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