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    Silicon Jumpers Make this Wire-Free Breadboard Programmable

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    1h44m There’s no doubting the utility of the trusty solderless breadboard, but you have to admit they’re less than perfect. They’re not ideal for certain types of circuits, of course, but …read more
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    PipeWire, The Newest Audio Kid on the Linux Block

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    3h13m Raise your hand if you remember when PulseAudio was famous for breaking audio on Linux for everyone. For quite a few years, the standard answer for any audio problem on …read more
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    Big Spinning Disk Makes a Small Color Video Display

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    4h44m The earliest televisions used a spinning disk technology called the Nipkow disk, which is exactly what [Science ‘n’ Stuff] recreated with their Arduino-based mechanical color television (video link, also embedded …read more
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    How Graphene May Enable The Next Generations Of High-Density Hard Drives

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    6h12m After decades of improvements to hard disk drive (HDD) technology, manufacturers are now close to taking the next big leap that will boost storage density to new levels. Using laser-assisted …read more
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    Test Your ‘Blue Pill’ Board For A Genuine STM32F103C8 MCU

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    9h14m With the market for STM32F103C8-based ‘Blue Pill’ boards slowly being overrun with boards that contain either a cloned, fake or outright broken chip, [Terry Porter] really wanted to have an …read more
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    The Compromises of Raspberry Pi Hardware Documentation

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    12h14m [Rowan Patterson] informed us about a recent ticket he opened over at the Raspberry Pi Documentation GitHub repository. He asked about the the lack of updates to the Raspberry Pi 4’s …read more
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    Modifying a SNES Rom To Be Widescreen

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    15h14m Turning a game like Super Mario World for SNES into a widescreen game is not a small task, but [Vitor Vilela] accomplished just that. [Vitor] has a long list of …read more