Arduino Binary Die

After buying a Nanode (an Arduino-compatible board with ethernet built-in) last weekend, we've been trying to work it out by making a couple of simple examples, the 'Binary Dice' is the first one with input and outputs.

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Posted on Saturday 20 August 2011 at 21:37 | author icon | comment icon no comments yet

Google+ Idea: Control your Circles with Orbits

I had an idea for Google+, inspired by Robert Scoble, so I thought I'd illustrate it properly.

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Posted on Friday 1 July 2011 at 01:13 | author icon | comment icon 4 comments

A year in the life of a jet-setting innovator

I've been flying around for the last year in aid of my latest project, and I just realised I hadn't documented any of it, so here goes...

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Posted on Wednesday 6 April 2011 at 00:01 | author icon | comment icon no comments yet

Installing Xubuntu Lucid on a Viglen MPC-L

Installing Xubuntu on a Viglen MPC-L isn't easy, and what we had to do didn't follow exactly the guide we used, so here's the differences.

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Posted on Thursday 2 September 2010 at 19:28 | author icon | comment icon no comments yet

If I Designed It - Android Browser

The start of (hopefully) a series of posts describing little user experience/design tweaks I'd make for different objects/applications/services. Starting with the Android browser and Google login

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Posted on Friday 2 July 2010 at 22:28 | author icon | comment icon no comments yet

Android App: Conference Call Dialer

After a week of my first android application being in the Market, an introduction to the app itself.

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Posted on Friday 4 June 2010 at 23:34 | author icon | comment icon 10 comments

Experiences coding for Android

Having had a Nexus One for about a month, I've just released my first small application and now I'm reflecting on the experience.

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Posted on Tuesday 1 June 2010 at 00:11 | author icon | comment icon 1 comment

Paying customers not enough for CounterPath

CounterPath, developers of the X-Lite Voice-over-IP client announced on their forum that just having paid for their software wasn't enough to make them add a necessary, small feature.

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Posted on Thursday 25 February 2010 at 00:22 | author icon | comment icon no comments yet

The Nokia fork in the road

I've been a Nokia user since around 2000, Nokia fan since 2003, Nokia(ish) employee since 2004, and now I seem to have reached the fork in the road with their devices.

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Posted on Tuesday 16 February 2010 at 17:42 | author icon | comment icon 4 comments

Energy consumption monitoring with Vera

Having purchased a Current Cost home energy monitor, finally I've gotten round to ordering the USB cable, so I can see how it works with Vera.

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Posted on Friday 30 October 2009 at 23:30 | author icon | comment icon 2 comments

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