The Center for Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue (CRASAR) is a nonprofit corporation organized to foster unmanned systems being effectively used by formal emergency management agencies
robots  drones 
Planet Crustaceans
This is a Planet instance for community feeds. To add/update an entry or otherwise improve things, fork this repo.
rss  atom  feed  aggregator 
3 days ago
National Museum of Mathematics
The National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) is an award-winning museum that highlights the role of mathematics in illuminating the patterns and structures all around us. Its dynamic exhibits, gallery, and programs are designed to stimulate inquiry, spark curiosity, and reveal the wonders of mathematics. The Museum’s innovative exhibits will engage folks from 105- to 5-years-old — and even younger!
math  todo  museum 
7 days ago
Previous (software) - Wikipedia
Previous is an open source emulator of the proprietary 68k-based NeXT computer system family, aiming at emulating the original 68030-based NeXT Computer and the 68040-based NeXTstation and NeXTcube computers.
68k  nextstep  retrocomputing 
9 days ago
B.A.T.M.A.N. - Wikipedia
The Better Approach To Mobile Adhoc Networking (B.A.T.M.A.N.) is a routing protocol for multi-hop mobile ad hoc networks which is under development by the German "Freifunk" community and intended to replace the link state routing protocol - OLSR.
protocol  routing  networking  wifi  mesh 
14 days ago
WNDW - Wireless Network in Developing World
This book is a practical guide to designing and building wireless networks in local communities, enhancing lives through improved communication, access to information for educational, social and economic growth. Its primary goal is to help expand access to the Internet and to expand the deployment of community networks where there is currently no infrastructure to enable this to happen.
wireless  networking  book  books  wifi  wimax  ebook 
14 days ago
OpenWebRX is a remote spectrum monitoring solution
with the following features:

has AM/FM/SSB/CW/BPSK31 demodulators,
uses a lightweight DSP library called libcsdr,
has a waterfall display that can be shifted back in time,
...or viewed in 3D!
sdr  rtlsdr 
16 days ago
IndieAuth - Sign in with your domain name provides an IndieAuth server for your website that authenticates you using your existing social accounts. First you link from your website to one or more authentication providers such as GitHub or a PGP key, then when you enter your domain name in the web sign-in form on websites that support IndieAuth, you can sign in without using a password.
auth  authentication  indieweb  identity 
16 days ago
Bridgy pulls comments, likes, and reshares on social networks back to your web site. You can also use it to post to social networks - or comment, like, or reshare - from your own web site.
indieweb  twitter  social  web 
16 days ago
OpenVMS ask the wizard - Base Date? 17-Nov-1858? Julian Calendar? Gregorian
Why OpenVMS regards November 17, 1858 as the beginning of time... The modified Julian date adopted by SAO (Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory) for satellite tracking is Julian Day 2400000, which turns out to be November 17, 1858.
epoch  unixtime  vms  history 
23 days ago
A tiny ARM microprocessor which fits in your USB port. | I’m Tomu - A tiny ARM microprocessor which fits in your USB port.
At $12/each (quantity 5) they aren't the cheapest out there (Amazon has 2 for $10), but they are fully open source.
arm  diy  hardware  usb  otp  2fa 
24 days ago
A Boy and His Beans

Wherein I review and rate different varieties of jelly beans, one of my favorite kinds of candy.
candy  flavors 
29 days ago
Rabbit Ear, origami and creative code
Rabbit Ear is a creative coding javascript library for designing origami.
programming  resource  javascript  geometry  computation 
8 weeks ago
KrakenD: API Gateway and Manager
Eliminate the necessity of dealing with multiple REST services. KrakenD isolates clients from the micro-service implementation details, and allows you to design the specific interface you need to interact with all your API ecosystem. Have a better response time, reduce the bandwidth and decrease error rates.
api  golang  management  proxy  microservice 
8 weeks ago
C2Rust Demonstration
The C2Rust project is being developed by Galois and Immunant. This tool is able to translate most C modules into semantically equivalent Rust code. These modules are intended to be compiled in isolation in order to produce compatible object files. We are developing several tools that help transform the initial Rust sources into idiomatic Rust.
c  rust  clang 
9 weeks ago
Baculus is a clear plastic backpack with wheels, a telescoping antennae/flag, a wifi access point, small computer, gps transceiver, software defined radio, and battery. The platform provides ad-hoc, self organizing wifi networking, by working together with the humans who use it.
wifi  mesh 
9 weeks ago
Fetching node status from AirPort Extreme APs | joshua stein
Fetching node status from AirPort Extreme APs by joshua stein via joshua stein: Writings
airport  bsd  snmp  wifi 
9 weeks ago
Asemic writing - Wikipedia
Asemic writing is a wordless open semantic form of writing.[1][2][3] The word asemic means "having no specific semantic content," or "without the smallest unit of meaning."
writing  language 
9 weeks ago
Syphon is an open source Mac OS X technology that allows applications to share frames - full frame rate video or stills - with one another in realtime. Now you can leverage the expressive power of a plethora of tools to mix, mash, edit, sample, texture-map, synthesize, and present your imagery using the best tool for each part of the job. Syphon gives you flexibility to break out of single-app solutions and mix creative applications to suit your needs.
graphics  macosx  audiovisual 
11 weeks ago
Spectre GCR - Wikipedia
The Spectre GCR was a hardware add-on to the Atari ST computers that plugged into the cartridge port. Designed by David Small[1][2][3] and sold through his company Gadgets by Small, it essentially turned the Atari ST into an Apple Macintosh computer. It was the final Macintosh emulator for the ST, and replaced the previous products Magic Sac[4] and Spectre 128.[5][6]
atari  mac 
may 2018
» Anti-Tech Revolution: Why and How (2016)
A comprehensive historical analysis explaining the futility of social control and the catastrophic influence of technological growth on human social and planetary ecological systems. Distilled from the critical socio-historical analysis is the author’s own theoretical framework for effecting meaningful and lasting change.
may 2018
The all new Nokia 105 | Nokia Phones
My main phone is Nokia 105. No internet. No camera. No distractions. It’s always on, one battery charge lasts for two weeks.
phone  minimalism 
april 2018
Lazy C++
Lzz is a tool that automates many onerous C++ programming tasks. It can save you a lot of time and make coding more enjoyable. Given a sequence of declarations Lzz will generate your header and source files.
c++  development  opensource  programming  parser 
april 2018
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