Browsing All Posts published on »May, 2009«

Links for 2009-05-29

May 29, 2009


What a Hacked PC Can Be Used For via Slashdot Google’s "Wave" Blurs Chat, Email, Collaboration Software via Slashdot HDL Design Methods for Low-Power Implementation via Design And Reuse Increasing clock frequency and a continuous increase in the number of transistors on chip have made implementing low power techniques in the design compulsory. These low […]

Links for 2009-05-26

May 26, 2009


Sharp slings out industry’s thinnest solar modules for cellphones via Engadget ZigBee Pro, the New Home Automation Standard? via Slashdot World’s “Fastest” Small Web Server Released, Based On LISP via Slashdot Nvidia scores first major customer for Ion graphics platform (Dean Takahashi/VentureBeat) via Techmeme Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat: Nvidia scores first major customer for Ion […]

Links for 2009-05-24

May 24, 2009


Biodegradable, solar-powered netbook runs Linux via A startup in Spain is readying a mini-netbook with open source Linux software and a solar power option. The under-$200 “Gyy” is based on a MIPS-based Ingenic processor clocked to 400MHz, offers an 8-inch, 800 x 480 display, and is made of biodegradable materials, says iUnika. What to […]

Connecting FriendFeed, WordPress, Twitter, Facebook and Google

May 23, 2009


I’m always searching for a way to work less while doing more. I like to be present on FaceBook while having many updates on Twitter and posting on my blog, and I want to have time to wander on my favorite websites. What I managed to do was entangle all these activities together. And if […]

Links for 2009-05-21

May 21, 2009


The Future Might Be BIOS and Browsers via Slashdot An anonymous reader writes "Few in the open source community have welcomed online applications like Google Docs with open arms, but Keir Thomas claims he’s found a way forward — and it’s one that involves exclusively open source. He reckons BIOS-based operating systems are the future, […]

Links for 2009-05-19

May 19, 2009


Openmoko: more hardware info and gta02-core [feedly] via OpenMoko has released more information about the design of its current “gta02” platform. The purpose of this release is to help support the gta02-core project, which is doing a community-based redesign of this hardware. “The gta02-core project is primarily a test-bed for the community development process. […]

Links for 2009-05-18

May 18, 2009


The SPIRIT Consortium Announces Release of the SystemRDL Specification [feedly] via Design And Reuse The SystemRDL semantics support the entire life-cycle of registers from specification, model generation, and design verification to maintenance and documentation. Registers are not just limited to traditional configuration registers, but can also refer to register arrays and memories. DeHaan: Recognizing and […]

Links for 2009-05-17

May 17, 2009


What is the potential of open-source hardware? via David A. Mellis Shared by Balau I hope that many people will want to spend energy to answer the question. […] I hope that in a few years I’ll have a better answer to Simona’s question. Piracy Sucks via Aaron Toponce Shared by Balau The opinion of […]

Links for 2009-05-16

May 17, 2009


Mozilla invites all comers on post-tab future But Microsoft just got here Having finally caught up to – and embraced – tabbed browsing in Internet Explorer, the ground could again be shifting for Microsoft.…

Python script to post RSS (or atom) feeds to WordPress

May 16, 2009


This blog used the “Blog Posting” functionality of service to post a daily round-up of bookmarks. I wanted to do something similar for liks that I did not want to bookmark (news, twits). I tried Digg, but: Submitting a story is a long process. Digg Blog posting is buggy It would create another […]