This is the general purpose, all-around tag that goes on everything…if it’s here, it’s tech. And if it’s not tech, it’s not tagged tech.
I just built another computer, [[Oracle]].2, for this project and have set up a Google Account for the Oracle servers. I’m going to start distributed indexing for everyone that joins the tsnlocal network, which is going live April 12th, to …
After using a flooble chatterbox from www.flooble.com, and trying to (unsuccessfully) hack it to get rid of the ads at the bottom, I have resolved to putting my newly developed AJAX skills to the test, to create an open-source version, with no ads. I’ll explain how you can make one too in this entry.
My friends and I had this idea back in 2004 about going completely wireless. My desktop computer moved from a 25 ft cable to a wireless card, and all that was left was the power cord. So we thought about what it would take to create a wireless power supply.
In order for power/electricity to jump through air, it has to be 6 million volts of electric current or more. This is the same charge that you see when you’re shocked by static electricity. The voltage is not what harms you, it’s the length of time you’re exposed to the voltage.
To get a real, wireless power supply, there are a couple different options, each with their own flaws…