It’s been a while since I’ve written a review.
I guess I it’s because I don’t come across too many novelties lately.
The Mooshimeter is such a novelty. It’s a digital multimeter, without a display. At first this sounds counter productive, because what’s the use of a multimeter without a display? Not to worry though, because the Mooshimeter can do everything a normal multimeter can, and much, much more.
Here’s my review of my Mooshimeter.
I have found the limits of Amazon’s Unlimited Storage, the hard way.
It appears they don’t like Open Source software.
They simply terminate access their systems through open source software, without prior warning.
So please be advised not to trust any of Amazon’s service because they may break your system or even your business whenever they feel like it. And they don’t even seem to listen to their customers.
The Nokia N810 was one of those wana have gadgets I stumbled upon at work from time to time. I only dreamed of owning one one day. In the mean time I have managed to find some interesting sources of information on the net to expand the usefulness of this devices.
Many, many, many, years ago I bought myself this little gadget, which connects to the PC's LPT port and captures video pictures in a superb quality. I needed an XP driver for this thing and found that the information about it was dying away. That's why I decided to create this page, before all information about it was lost forever.
A long time ago I've bought a Wifi Walker from the Fon shop.
This little gadget enables you to find free hotspots easily, without the need for you to walk around the streets with an open laptop.
It also turns just about any computer into a Wifi enabled computer, even Linux machines appear to have no problems with this stick.