Well, the inevitable happened: I finally experienced a hard drive failure. It’s pretty incredible that in the twenty-odd years I’ve been around computers I’ve never had the horror of losing a drive.
mmtss is a loop station built for live performances.
My friends were complaining that wedding photobooths were too expensive to rent. Could we make one for them?
Here’s how the installation looked on the day of the art show.
I just spent five hours trying to figure out why none of the Firmata libraries for Python were working over my serial connection. I was wondering why the previous program remained on the board and none of the signals sent were hot.
A month ago I bought an ‘07 MacBook on Craigslist. No, it’s not one of those sexy aluminum hot rods, but it sure is pretty.
Here’s how to set up the excellent VMware-developed open-source Review Board and its [post-review](http://www.reviewboard.org/docs/releasenotes/dev/rbtools/0.2/) command line review creation utility to work with git and git-svn on your computer.
I’m currently in Botswana, doing volunteer work at a nonprofit Christian agency called Love Botswana Outreach Mission. Among my responsibilities are helping out with the organization’s IT needs. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that the organization is wired for 24/7 Internet access, despite being located about 10km out from the center of Maun, a medium-sized village.
I think I must preface this post with a bit of context:
Do any fellow geeks out there follow any GettingThingsDone (GTD) practices?