Month: October 2019

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Fresh-Squeezed OJ Served In Orange Peel-Ay

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Though it’s really more apple cider weather here at Hackaday HQ, freshly-squeezed OJ is a treat that knows no season. Sure generates a lot of peel, …

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Five Channel Monitor Keeps Boat Batteries Shipshape

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While those of us stuck sailing desks might not be able to truly appreciate the problem, Timo Birnschein was tired of finding that some of the …

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Bee Minder Proves Not Even Bees Are Safe From Surveillance States

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We all know how important bees are to our ecosystems and Kris Winer’s bee monitor provides a great way to monitor these amazing but delicate creature’s …

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Saintcon Badge Is An Enigma No More

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Through the weekend Twitter has been a-titter with news coming out of Saintcon, the annual security conference in Provo, Utah. Now that the weekend is over …

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Superconference Interview: Ted Yapo | Hackaday

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We’re just two weeks away from the fifth annual Hackaday Superconference, the single biggest gathering of hardware enthusiasts on at least one continent. It’s gearing up …

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High-Precision Air Bearing CNC Lathe And Grinder

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You know you’re in for a treat when you are told that a lathe which can reach a resolution of one micrometer (1×10−6, a millionth of …

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Linux’s Marketing Problem | Hackaday

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The cult classic movie Office Space is a scathing critique of life for software engineers in a cubicle farm, and it did get a lot of …

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Building An Open Hardware EBook Reader

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On the whole, hackers aren’t overly fond of other people telling them what they can and cannot do with the hardware or software they’ve purchased. Unfortunately, …

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Be Anyone Or Anything With Facial Projection Mask

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In the market for a low-poly change to your look? Hate the idea of showing up for a costume party only to find out someone is …

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Amstrad Portable Gets A Modern LCD Transplant

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Playing classic games on the real hardware is an experience many of us enjoy, but sometimes the hardware is just a bit too retro for modern …