A bad science look at the frequency recording of Sony’s MD using different methods. Spoiler: it’s complicated!
I recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It’s a brilliant piece of hardware let down by its software. Samsung does not, it seems, give much of a shit about their software. My guess is they would rather not bother with software at all, but because no fool will buy amazing hardware if it doesn’t […]
Technically it’s illegal to touch a mobile phone while driving in Queensland, but I figure it’s the lesser of evils when the only legitimate alternative is to ram other cars off the road when a shit song can’t be skipped. So I had to add a button to my Galaxy Note 4 somehow.
The rise and fall of the PC Engine, viewed through a 43GB archive of magazine scans.
I received an interesting thing in the mail yesterday, it’s a USB dongle from iiNet, a large Australian ISP.
That time China hacked my computer.
I’ve been working on this for more than three months, but finally figured out how to put it all together coherently tonight. This is a layman’s introduction to a number of different things, starting with different video formats and how they stack up in terms of quality and resolution. There’s also a series of supplemental […]