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30th 2005f June, 2005

Pedestrian Hacker Group Releases Crosswalk Button Hacks

by @ 21:37. Filed under Hack, News

By Nikolaj Borg
Kansas City , MO – A shadowy group of pedestrian hackers called Cross Anytime announced their discovery of several back doors or “cheats” using crosswalk buttons at many intersections. The 3658-item list has been released on their website www.crosswalkbuttonhacks.com. (this site has been closed by the FBI so don’t bather testing it. Chris)

Crosswalk ButtonTom Walker, leader of Cross Anytime said, “There have always been rumors that these codes existed. Mostly, they’re used by politicians and city officials to get an edge in crossing the street. Now, we’ve freed the codes to the world, and everyone can walk without oppression.”

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29th 2005f June, 2005

Build your own Chat-Cord

by @ 21:06. Filed under Projects, Skype, Telephony, VoIP

Ever wanted to connect a regular phone or a wireless phone to your computer to use with Skype or MSN? Jeroen, aka Mr. Blond, has done the thinking for you and has given us the schematics and pictures to do it. It’s easier then you think!

Jeroen Theeuwes writes: “This whole project started with the fact that my girlfriend (we’re not living together) stopped using her home-phoneline (the contract became too expensive for one person), and I didn’t want to have to call her mobile every time, or using those stupid headsets. And as the chat-cord was not an alternative (not available where I live) I started thinking of building my own.” Read about his findings and see how you can build your own.

23rd 2005f June, 2005

Hello Kitty SD card

by @ 11:06. Filed under News
Kitty
Being odd is being cool. At least if you as a grownup man walk around with one of these in your PDA. Available in pink and blue and 128 and 256Mb.

Source: Akihabara News

Programmable pet dish

by @ 10:52. Filed under News
Food
Now this is just something you must have – if you have a dog. It’s the intelligent programmable pet dish, and it has four compartments on a rotating dish that you can fill with food and then program the little thing to rotate when it’s time for food.
Just a gotta have…

Read more at Smarthome.com

16th 2005f June, 2005

Laptop on the wall – WallTop

by @ 11:36. Filed under Hack, Projects, Wireless
WallTop in the middle
Ever wanted to put a laptop in the living room, but the misses didn’t allow it? Have a laptop over and the guts to take it apart?

Then this DIY article is something for you. I will take you step by step though the process of converting an laptop into a WallTop to hang next to your other pictures. Making use of wireless takes away the cable problem, and with no hard drive makes it completely quiet.
And the result is astonishing.

You need a laptop and picture frame and -the guts to do it-!!!


Read on

15th 2005f June, 2005

Wireless Skype phone – success stories

by @ 22:00. Filed under Projects, Skype, Telephony, VoIP

Ever wondered if people liked the Siemens skype project / Wireless skype phone project?
Here’s the answer with a couple of pictures and experiences from other people who has done it!

Link: Success stories

13th 2005f June, 2005

The love toaster

by @ 14:48. Filed under News

Love toaster
Straight up, this is the coolest thing I have ever seen (you mean this week, right? – Ed!). This bad boy is gonna get you some lovin like you wouldn’t believe! The Love Toaster ($78) toasts the message ‘I Love You’ onto every round of freshly toasted bread, thanks to a special metal plate inside the unit. Like it matters, but you also get a removable bread crumb tray, variable browning control, and cool touch walls. Don’t say it with flowers – say it with toast. And tell her that Chopper sent ya! Yeah, man.

Source: Gadgetryblog

10th 2005f June, 2005

Create a plasmoid in your microwave oven

by @ 12:18. Filed under News

If you’re anything like me then this is something you must try. It’s an experiment to create an plasmoid in your microwave oven using things you’ll be able to find in your home.

Plasmoid

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9th 2005f June, 2005

Webcam in the dark – part 2

by @ 21:45. Filed under Camera and Webcam, LED and IR, Projects
Night webcam
In our previous night webcam project we got it running – now it’s time to make it work at lot better. We have a look at different IR LED’s and angles and see what works best.

Link: Webcam in the dark – part 2

NASA Interactive – if… you have bandwidht

by @ 21:41. Filed under News

If you like flashy sites with a lot of bling-bling, and you like space things, then you should have a look at NASA’s interactive show about their space shuttle program. Jonathan Archer (!) is the presentor!!

NASA interactive

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