Looking forward to the 2012 Open Source Hardware User Group Camp; 15th Sept in Yorkshire (Link), in particular the discussions in the Internet of Things and of course the Raspberry Pi. Will be there for sure on the Saturday, but unsure about the Sunday workshops.
Further to the awesome miniPwner, DesignSpark adds more info on re-purposing the WR703N including adding a serial console connection. http://www.designspark.com/content/hacking-tp-link-tl-wr703n
via DesignSpark, a remote controlled streaming/SMB share based music player with an Android remote client. Looks like another interesting application for this awesome low-cost, general purpose platform http://www.designspark.com/content/raspberry-pi-remote-control-music-player
Phillip Torrone talks about open source hardware. Some words of wisdom in what is still a maturing community. All of my projects published on this blog will be as open source hardware under a CC license. (more on that later)
Well, I thought it was time I started a blog. This is primarily a hub for the various electronic projects that I’m working on, allowing me to put these out into the open source hardware community. The projects I’m developing will be released under a creative commons share alike license and as always support the open source hardware user group. Enjoy and don’t hesitate to contact me with comments.