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Posted 05-01-2011 at 04:24 PM bypeonuser Updated 05-01-2011 at 04:44 PM bypeonuser
Found several rc cars at Goodwill for two and three dollars each. No controllers though. The tonka toy rc cars were dismembered for the power train to be used for my pc based robot. Have all the parts, it now just a matter of putting it all together.
Been spending a lot of time getting family recipes recorded for my family. Quite a few of them are "how to" basics as for doing things from scratch. We will not use anything from a box unless we have to. At least I can leave the family something money can not buy.
Been still having a challenge using the joystick port to acquire data. I will figure it out yet.
Made a solder-less usb extender using telephone wall adapters.
My brother bought a B&N Nook and did the 2.x android thing to it. He really loves it. He stated that it had about 7 hours usage available per charge. Wifi works with his android version. He also swapped out some of the apps such as the browser to get better utility from them. More incentive to set up a android development environment. He can test apps without me having to purchase a device with android on it.
Sometimes I unplug my regular network from provider box so I can do...