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Forrest Mims, Radio Shack, and the Notebooks that Launched a Thousand Careers | Hackaday

Source: Forrest Mims, Radio Shack, and the Notebooks that Launched a Thousand Careers | Hackaday

OneDrive is broken. Period.

OneDrive Processing Changes

I use OneDrive to sync (or at least I’d like to) all my Visual Studio projects with two other machines. Sure I’ve tried all the recommend workarounds, but NOTHING works. Nothing. At some point, OneDrive will stop working with a queue of files waiting to be synced and with the dreaded “Processing changes” message. (more…)

Implementing a simple L-system parser

Sierpinski triangle

Here’s a very rough implementation of an L-system (Lindenmayer system) interpreter, parser and renderer, written in VB.NET The current implementation is very basic and lacks many of the features available in more mature projects, such as LILiS. (more…)

SoftScope: A software based Oscilloscope / Vectorscope

SoftScope

SoftScope is an attempt to mimic the functionality of a two channel oscilloscope, where each channel is fed from an stereo audio source. The result, when used with the appropriate audio source, is a vector drawing machine: (more…)

Bash on Windows

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After very long and quite boring day, I just finished upgrading to Windows 10 build 14393.10 and the first thing I had to try was the new bash on windows feature, that is the Bash on Ubuntu on Windows thingy… Microsoft and their product names! Jeez! And I must admit it’s an orgasmic experience to […]