Archive for the ‘development’ Category

Daisy : open source MP3 player


Available from MAKE: online magazine…an open source MP3 player, ready to be designed, assembled, and improved upon my non other than you. get one here.

found at we make money not art


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Posted: November 28th, 2006
at 6:38pm by orangemenace

Categories: computers,weaponry,open source

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Maps: Population, GDP

world population and GDP scaled maps

from sun-bin.blogspot

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Posted: November 23rd, 2006
at 7:45pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: life,web,home,business,weaponry,maps

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Maps of War

Learn where Israel was and where it is now. Awesome history lesson in 90 seconds.

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Posted: September 25th, 2006
at 1:30pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: life,web,politricks,maps

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Make Your Own Bump Key!

No, not that kind of a bump key, you fiends. This kind of shady ninja teaches us how to make a key that can open any door. Those in the know call this a bump key.

Watch the video

via high t3ch

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Posted: September 8th, 2006
at 3:21pm by Black Ock

Categories: hood status,crime,gear,open source

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Yo bra, hit me with two tigers so I can cop some nkauza for my cheri…

just chatting with my cheri

Say what? With the cellphone industry picking up steam in developing countries, new languages are emerging.

A Yahoo News article focuses on the lingo that is being created in Africa.

"MTN, Africa’s biggest cell phone operator, has published a dictionary of SMS lingo and is launching a campaign to teach poorer South Africans how to text message."

In related news, texting seems to be improving students’ grammar skills!

Yahoo News

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Posted: August 4th, 2006
at 5:45am by Black Ock

Categories: life,cell phones,business,language

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Aussies Lead The Way In Green Entrepreneurialism

Those wacky Aussies are among those at the forefront of renewable energy. From the article:

"The solar tower is the most audacious of a host of renewable-energy projects under way in Australia that are making the country the global hotbed of alternative-energy entrepreneurship. Concerns over greenhouse gases, the oil crisis, and China’s voracious appetite for energy may have stirred only faint interest from the U.S. government and, to date, halting efforts by American entrepreneurs. But Down Under, people see a big upside, and a swarm of innovating Aussies are busily staking out turf in what is sure to be a massive global market for renewable energy in coming years."

Read about converting hot air into energy @ CNNMoney

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Posted: August 2nd, 2006
at 3:11pm by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: myninjaplease,life,green,entrepreneurship

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