Monthly Archives: April 2012
Anyone longing for the classic Lunar Lander title from the late ’70s. Anyone looking to create something more realistic. Over at ibiblio, a collection of documents regarding the Apollo missions can be found. This is not popular science or simplified … Continue reading
As the model B of RaspberryPi has been released and deliveries are starting, the schematics have been made available. Great stuff!
My recollection from using floppy disks is that they where notoriously prone to failure. Now imagine trying to read you old collection of disks not used since the late 1990′s. Before you run off collecting your disk and run fsck … Continue reading
If you would have asked me two years ago if I’d have a cheap, reliable 3D printer at home, I would have laughed. And yet, here I am, waiting for a print to finish. The printer in itself, a Huxley … Continue reading
After some inspiration from Lorenzo Bravi via makezine, built a small painterbot from a toilet paper roll, a small motor, a nut, a battery and some velcro.
For all of you microprocessor historians out there, Stanford has composed a microprocessor database. It has information about performance, processes, relationships, micro architectures, etc. All readily available for searching, browsing or visualization. via osnews.