How to make your own Nintendo DS USB power cable. !!! WARNING !!! Attempt the following AT YOUR OWN RISK! If you don’t have a strong understand on electronics and wiring, I strongly advise not attempting this on your own. Messing with electronics can mess up you system, as well as possible [sic] yourself, if you are not careful.Read More
Monthly Archives: January 2005
Bloggers rights? Or wrong?
Are bloggers starting to get organised? Or is this just…you know….stuff? And where’s the teeth, the sanction? The Bloggers’ Rights blog. The Committee to Protect Bloggers. The Media Bloggers Association. cf – bloggers’ rights suck.Read More
Plug and play.
The Kjaerhus Classic Series of VST plug-ins are free software effects available for anyone to download. Should work with most good music sequencers or other VST compatible progs, and save you a bundle on hardware. Nice one! The goals were simple – make a series of VST plugins that works, feels, looks and most importantly sounds as good as a professional hardware unit. Also, keep it simple and easy to operate. In fact, anyone who knows their way around the…Read More
Apparently Exeem is a spyware riddled piece of work. But of course there’s always Exeem Lite.Read More
Amazing Sounds. Spanish site full of free sound effects. A few don’t work, but still worth remembering with a bookmark. The place where you will find all kinds of WAV files. Our database has more than 1.000 WAV Sounds for you to download, FREE!! We keep on growing every day. ENJOY!!Read More
I remember interviewing a senior Intel VP a few years back and asking him why on earth we needed all this extra memory and faster processors when most people just used their word processor. His reply was something like, ‘well eventually you’ll want to run lots of things at the same time.’ I didn’t get it then at all. I get it now.Read More
Scent Stories. Er..a boombox which plays smells rather than music? What d’ya reckon, sniff your way to peace and relaxation? Starter kit around $34.99 with each disc at $5.99. Does the Scentstories player also play music?No. The Scentstories player only accepts Scentstories perfumed discs How long will a disc last?A disc will last about 20 plays (or 50 hours) on High intensity. Each disc plays for 2.5 hours, so 20 plays x 2.5 hours = 50 hours of play. Select…Read More
Magic Pad. A$14.95. Super sticky pad for securing your gadget valuables. Cue vision of dad’s mobile phone stuck to the door of the fridge. That’s some sticky! This super-handy MagicPad is just what you need to make sure you never lose track of your valuables – it’s like a landing pad for things you never want to lose. Stick it to any surface (even vertically), then simply put things like your keys, mobiles, pens on it and the next time…Read More
Chopticks sterilizer. From the ‘why-has-it-taken-so-long?’ dept. So remember folks, be safe, be sensible and prevent get ill by the mouth. Our company produces JXK-A series chopsticks antisepsis machines, which adopt high ozone ultraviolet ray, sterilize lighting, with computer controls, every time sterilizing within 15 minutes, it can kill more than 99% multi-cause pathogenic bacteria, every three hours sterilizing 5 minutes by auto, in order to prevent the left pathogenic bacteria reproducing again. For the sake of you and your families’…Read More
Delicious Library. Interesting $40.00 program for cataloguing your books, movies, music collections etc. What’s novel is the fact that you can use a digital camera or barcode scanner to import all the details. Saves ya having to input everything in by hand, which is.a.good.thing! Quickly importing your stuff into Delicious Library doesn’t require a dedicated barcode scanner – you can use any QuickTime-supported digital video camera, like your Apple iSight. Just hold the barcode on the back of any book,…Read More
Karen’s Replicator. Pretty neat looking freeware backup utility. Automatically backup files, directories, even entire drives! Karen’s Replicator copies selected files from one drive/folder to another. Source and Destination folders can reside anywhere on your network. Files larger than 2 GB are supported. Options include repeated copies at intervals as short as a few minutes, or as long as several months, copy only files that have changed, and the replication of file deletions. New features allow you to specify which files should…Read More
Interesting to see the extent to which the tech/web world has tried to offer help to the tsunami victims. We may not do big fancy concerts, but hey… Travel Pictorial. For Every Picture Added, $0.01 is donated to help Asia Tsunami victims. Help Today! Cell for Cash. By choosing this Tsunami Relief Promotion, you receive cash for the value of your phone, and CellForCash.com will donate an additional dollar for every phone you sell to charities helping to lead the…Read More
Fink. Open Source software port to the Apple Mac. Interesting in light of the new Mac mini release methinks! Could we be seeing the start of a mass geek move to the Apple platform? Answers on a one button mouse to… As a result, we have two main goals. First, to modify existing Open Source software so that it will compile and run on Mac OS X. (This process is called porting.) Second, to make the results available to casual users as a…Read More
Double the capacity of your iPod, iPod Photo, iPod mini ‘with no loss of quality’. eBay auction. Don’t understand. Is it £10.00 or £500.00? Konfused I am. From the picture you can see that I have 8,984 songs and they only take up 17.67 GB which means I can fit the same amount of songs as a 40 GB ipod on my 20 GB pod. The same works for smaller pods such as ipod minis and the new ipod shuffle….Read More
Make sweet music.
The DIY Yampp (yet another mp3 player). Dude, know that iPod mini you’ve got down on your birthday list? Why not scrub it and make your own MP3 player instead? You know you’ll feel better for it. You can get the parts here. Or if you’re feeling more adventurous, try this? Or for the truly masochistic… Well, so it’s another MP-3 Player. So what ? It seems that today, about second site on the ‘net has a description of how…Read More