The only way to implement the future is to avoid having to predict it. -- Piumarta
Fighting entropy one day at a time...
I don’t know if I should be in awe or just laughing:
I signed up with an account, but it clobbers Firefox 3 performance on Linux.
It’s so cool:
Yes, it’s really happening!
No Empathy recorded its second album in 1989 with the “modern” line-up of Marc Ruvolo, Martin Garrety, Chuck Uchida, Steve Gallup and myself.
We are reuniting for one show April 4th, 2009 at the Abbey Pub in Chicago, with old-school label mates Not Rebecca.
Tickets are limited and on-sale now.
I’ve hacked up the Chumby PhotoFrame source from http://www.discarded-ideas.org/chumby/photoframe by Wansti.
Fixed a few bugs and created a USB image to enable http://localhost/image/ browsing on the Chumby.
I’m working on an CGI to allow uploading of images directly to the Chumby.
Please give me feedback.
I got a Chumby as a holiday gift; it’s really cool and really hackable.
This is a really cool keyboard, except that the ESC and function keys do not light up and are strangely located and difficult to press. I also don’t understand why the spacebar does not light up; seems like it’s the most important key. The construction is not very good and the feel is a bit mushy. However, this keyboard is fun for hacking and could be really great for user training.
Device Driver and Source Code
After much troubleshooting, I have created a simple C driver library for the Luxeed deTA 100/200 keyboard using libusb. This driver allows the LEDs under each key to be set from C from most Unix-like operating systems. This is my first attempt at reverse-engineering the protocol of a USB device.