On a wet and windy night when anybody sensible would be staying inside, a few hardy individuals ventured out to the Hacklab to celebrate 30 years of the BBC Micro. Several BBCs, now in Martin’s possession, had made the trip north and after a bit of swapping of keyboards etc one was ready to go. Read more about 30 Years of BBC Micro[…]
After a night of “prototyping” and filing LED ends flat we can proudly present: Running from a 12volt rail of our wall mounted computer wall-e, vistors to the lab will be guided to our door. 6 LEDs sourced from Al’s random stuff box are used for illuminations with a cunning resistor arrangement.
Last weekend in the Barbican in London, a whole bunch of hardware and software hackers got together for Music Hack Day. Anyone who likes a bit of music in their hacks should check out this event, where everyone gets together for 24 hours and creates new and innovative music applications. Sponsors like Spotify, Novation, Last.fm and Read more about London Music Hack Day[…]