The Turris Omnia looks like it will be a fun platform to play with. A dual core ARM-based router with lots of flash and RAM, and the option of mSATA. It even has an SFP connector, so maybe I could get rid of the separate fiber box as well. The website claims a crowdfunding campaign is planned for the end of the year.
More than just a router. The open-source center of your home. Home router is necessary to connect you to the Internet but it is idle most of the time, just eating electricity. Why not use it for more tasks? With powerful hardware, Turris Omnia can handle gigabit traffic and still be able to do ...
The Tokyo International Amateur Radio Association (TIARA) is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Japan/US reciprocal licensing agreement. We will be kicking off our 8J1JAUS operation this weekend with the goal of being on 160M ~ 23cm phone/cw/data. We would enjoy hearing stories from US hams that have been able to operate in Japan, or JA hams that have operated from the US.
I have started on my annual photo album of the Ham Fair in Tokyo. Attendance seems to be noticeably up this year (perhaps helped in part by the discounted ticket fee for JARL members, celebrating their 90th anniversary).
Lots of new equipment. The Yaesu FT-991 in particular looks very slick, and its touch screen interface is quite intuitive.
It typically takes a few days to sort through all the photos and chats I have across the weekend.
Thanks to +Josh Glover for arranging a weekday TLUG Stockholm Chapter meeting during my recent visit to his fair city. Good to catch up. I find myself a little envious of Josh's mobility, but it sounds like he has planted roots in Sweden.
(Admittedly not everyone in the photo is a current TLUG member.)
<p><strong>Stockholm Erlang User Conference 2015</strong> </p>
<p>The largest Erlang event in Europe is back! Besides awesome talks about Erlang/OTP and Elixir innovations, open-source applications, tools, products and case studies, expect a few changes based on your feedback from last year: there will be only 3 tracks/day and talks will be marked with
Hacker, nerd, tech tool. Mixing Open Source and Open Education in Tokyo.
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I was part of the hardware team that developed the Atari ST and TT. I led a team that wrote the firmware for some of the best selling CD-ROM drives. And now I move things around on the web.
Lead Software Engineer
Open Education Resource Foundation
Lead Tech, present
Data Stream (Creative Technology)
Founder CD-ROM and Firewire device design shop
CD-ROM drives (SCSI, ATAPI, game console)
1600XL, ST, TT in Sunnyvale and Tokyo
International Remote Imaging Systems Inc
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Heathkit / Zenith Data Systems
H14, H47, CP/M
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