Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Video

For our first hack night we set up a stop motion camera to record the whole event. If you have read the other posts in this blog you may have already seen the video. This is how we did it! … Continue reading

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Ugly Christmas Jumper

Disclaimer: I know nothing.  I am learning to geek out and hack.  I do not claim to know any of the technical words, and will probably get lots wrong.  Please be patient Before: My first foray into hackery began with … Continue reading

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Plumbing – Morse Code 1

Plumbing is a runtime system and libraries for the Arduino that lets you write concurrent application using the Occam programing language. This is my first hack using plumbing, it is a Morse Code encoder, that blinks the built in LED … Continue reading

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lpHack Client in Lazarus

At the first hack night, I wrote a small GUI frontend to the LPD music Hack print server that Edd had set up on a laptop, to make it easier for people to submit tracks to the jukebox style music … Continue reading

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LPD Music Hack – How it’s Done

So, it’s quite a hack and it amazes me that there is no better solution yet. Continue reading

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Friday Night Geekery

(Republishing here for the sake of continuity :)) It’s ridiculously cold outside so instead of freezing on the way to the pub we decided to spend a Friday night in playing with random stuff and drinking beer. Over the course … Continue reading

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