No compiler, no assembler. My first commercial project was done with a hex editor and pencil and paper.
Updated: 2013-06-03 Views: 1164
In November 2009, Google finally removed the workarounds allowing users to customise the positioning of tabs in iGoogle (UK version). The subsequent explosion of anger seems overblown. Is it?
Updated: 2009-11-18 Views: 1578
I want to buy an Eee Box B202 with Linux, but it's not available in the UK. Can I get a refund on the Windows XP license that comes with the UK version of the computer? Let's find out.
Updated: 2009-02-02 Views: 2436
Many message boards and blogs don't require commenters to register, often calling them just "Anonymous". Conversations between several anonymous users are difficult to follow and annoying. So why not just make up names for them?
Updated: 2008-12-11 Views: 3786
Updated: 2007-11-04 Views: 38007
Ever tried to change your bank account? I have. And I didn't like it one bit. So here's a proposal that should make the process so much more streamlined.
Updated: 2007-04-23 Views: 2596
The Yakumo Hypersound Car in-dash audio player is a lemon. Read on for why.
Updated: 2007-03-19 Views: 6125
This is the letter I wrote to all the Southern UK MEPs in protest at the Computer Implemented Inventions Directive, commonly known as the software patents directive, together the the replies received.
Updated: 2007-01-20 Views: 7567
John Morton's book "AVR - An Introductory Course" is a well laid out introduction to AVR programming and design, which takes a new user through from basic I/O and program layout to relatively complex projects in 150 pages.
However, it has numerous errors which will confuse or discourage new programmers. Unfortunately, these are exactly the people who are the book's intended audience.
Updated: 2007-01-20 Views: 3909
Originally a USENET article (from sometime in 1985, before the Great Renaming), detailing the MIDI messages available on the Casio CZ101 MIDI synthesiser.
Updated: 2006-01-17 Views: 4720