Make, Photozz decided to make his
peripherals turn off when his screen saver goes on.
He created this with some solid state relays he got off Ebay that he had left over from his Christmas project. He is using software that works off the Printer pins created by
Neil Fraser which appears to…
Scott shows the world
how to create a basic plugin for Windows Live Writer.
He goes over a pretty easy to understand how-to on adding stuff in for the "Insert" pane in the Live Writer application. You should check it out if you're interested.
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Because you forgot to check what your
average wait time was online for security check points.
LifeHacker, the Transportation Security Administration provides a nice tool to determine what you'll wait when visiting the airport to get past check points. The data is historical, not…
ASP.Net team has brought up a feature I always forget about.
Visual Web Developer has Starter Kits you can download and come prepackaged with the tool.
If you haven't seen or used one, they are end-to-end working web site templates that you can use as a starting point for your soultion. …
Via Engadget, Cornell University released seomthing rather neat today,
a robot that adapts to injury. Cornell taught the four legged creature to first learn about itself, then revise that model when damaged.
Now only if they could teach my Roomba that it actually isn't stuck, it just backed up…
In a recent Coding4Fun email, Coding4Fun reader “G.S.” writes: I have been working on a project (media library), and I was looking for a good article on how to read ID3 tags (for mp3s) in Vb 2005. But I couldn't find any. I was wondering if you could
maybe write an article for this?
Here is a new coding article that deminstrates how to build a
Windows Sidebar Gadget using .NET.
Rohan Singh shows how to create an unread e-mail counter for your computer using Vista beta 2 and Visual Studio Express
Coding 4 fun has had a few
detection articles but I think this kid's project went a bit over the top.
Since everyone loves their gadgets, I was over at
Gizmodo and saw a robotic sentry. After acquiring its target, the sentry then uses an BB gun to deter the target away.
I was glancing at
Scott Guthrie's blog and saw he mentioned one of the coolest things I've seen in a while. The project is called
Script# and it is written by