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Mind Hack – How to do More Stuff in Less Time!

Okay, here’s a fun mind hack for all of you working in a cubicle, home, or whereever.

It’s a mind exercise that can possibly help you do more stuff in less time.

Now let me begin by saying that I used to work from 6am to 12am in Korea when I used to work at Comfile. (That’s 6am until midnight, 18 hours of work)

I am very very familiar with working overtime at a cubicle, especially because I had the chance to work with fellow Korean people couple years ago, they work really freakin’ long hours.  (with no efficiency whatsoever though)

As a

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DIY Server HACK – HOWTO fight/stop DoS(Denial of Service) Attacks using open source code (D)DoS-Deflate!

Here’s HOW TO fight/stop DoS(Denial of Service) Attacks using open source code (D)DoS-Deflate!

Recently, Zedomax.com has been receiving DoS(DenialOfService) attacks from various different sources.

We first thought it was too much traffic but it turns out it was some type of DoS attack. How did we find that out?

Well, after we installed a free open-source (D)Do

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USB LED Man

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2pCTNnjTPM

If you ever wanted to get serious with some LEDs, you can really play with this guy. He can mimic any songs, well, it’s not available yet… I bet Garrett from Comfile can hack one up real quick… He made that voice activated Christmas Tree, this doesn’t seem too different. It seems like the eyes and nose are random movements and the mouth simply syncs to the music depending on

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Original Apple II+ Sells for $1,414.87 on ebay

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With all the outrageous PS3s and Wiis being sold on ebay, here’s a little apple II that sells at an outrageous price.

Talking about some Apple computers that can be programmed in BASIC, check out Comfile CUBLOC embedded computers, which can run at 20Mhz, run 320×240 LCDs, and at 30 times smaller size of an Apple computer.

Well, it’s not the best comparison, but we did not expect a

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Zedomax DIY125 – HOWTO make a Music Syncing Light Orb Alarm Clock!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDRKS9woFXU

Here’s the last DIY for year 2006!

Okay, we have seen some really cool Light Orbs while trying to make this Music Syncing Light Orb Alarm Clock. We started with Tod’s creation and soon realize that 1 LED will not be bright enough in sli

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Touch control chip for your next “touch” buttons

You can now easily make a touch application similar to the touch interface on the LG Chocolate. Check out touch-sensor chip you can use for your next embedded application or even maybe wii hacking or ps3 hacking…

QT113 family QTouchT ICs create sense fields through dielectric surfaces such as plastic or glass up to 100mm (4″) thick, and can even turn small objects into sensors. These sense fields can work easily through gloved hands.

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Touchless Interface

HoloTouch has some cool futuristic touch interfaces that require no touch. See their demos here.

Maybe we can come up with a touchless g-meter or something… I wonder if they can send us some samples…

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BrainWave Generator for your ears

I have always been interested in hypnosis and how the brain functions, here’s a website you can download free brainwave generator program.

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Industrial Tools – Proximity Warning Device for heavy Industrial Vehicles

Here’s a cool proximity warning device (US Patent #6853307) for industrial heavy equipments made with CUBLOC CB220 and GHLCD graphic display from Comfile. If you need to a such device for satisfying OSHA requirements, this might be it.

The company’s primary products are high voltage proximity warning devices and line contact warning devices. Proximity warning devices have been used successfully for decades to prevent heavy equipment from co

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DIY HOWTO – Wireless Color changing light project with PIC

Here’s a cool color changing DIY I found by google-ing…

Wow,” you say, “how can you expect to make something wireless and still have it cost less than fifty dollars?” Well I’m glad you asked. “But I didn’t ask,” you say, “I’m just reading.” Do you want to argue, or would you like to hear about my solution? That’s what I thought. For the job of fairly-reliable wireless communication, I turn to my old friends the TX433 and

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