Monthly Archives: January 2009

Google’s Unspoken Security Vulnerability

Your personal life, which was once kept secure through email, is now open to the network via RSS. Continue reading

Posted in frustration, Google, security | 2 Comments

Build your own ioGun!

I apologize for what will effectively be a brain dump post, but a new friend of mine from the hackaday forums is getting started on his own accelerometer controlled system and I wanted to see if I could save him … Continue reading

Posted in code, hardware, inspiration, iobridge, opensource, python | 2 Comments

Wiimote Controlled Coil Gun

I know it seems like a while since I last posted, but since my Christmas enlistment into the Joint Strike Force I’ve been busy winning WWIII for America! Actually it’s not been all video games, I’ve been working on a … Continue reading

Posted in hacks, hardware, iobridge | 80 Comments

Taking (and keeping) your temperature!

I swear I don’t have a penchant for medical terminology but this ioBridge stuff is making me feel like that time I stayed at a Holiday Inn… so refreshing, I think I could perform surgery! After my heart hacks (see … Continue reading

Posted in code, Google, hardware, iobridge, python, visualization | 10 Comments