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Oh my, the 5-0 won't like this one bit. Meet The Slurpr, a WiFi access point which aggregates up to six \"available\" (read: unprotected) 54Mbps WiFi channels into one bigazz, \"free\" connection. It's the latest invention by Dutch hacker, Mark Hoekstra and his new sidekick (or is it the other way arou

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Remember that iPod mini maxed out with a Compact Flash card mod? Well, Mark Hoekstra is back with a new CF card modding picnic that works with any 1/2/3/4G iPod. The mod works (eventually, anyway) by installing a CF adapter of Hoekstra's design. No need to solder all 88 connections yourself! By rem

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It looks like iPod minis aren't obsolete just yet thanks to Mark Hoekstra's flash card mod, which entails switching out the original Microdrive with a 4GB flash card. iPod minis served a short term in Appledom, but come to think of it, they're a manageable size, have one of the more durable iPod cas

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You just knew that any bicycle related gadgetry was gonna come from those \"fiets\" lovin' Dutch, eh? Sure enough, Mark Hoekstra has managed to convert a standard dynamo electric generator into an iPod charger. Check out the read link for all the deetz to do-it-yourself. And don't worry Mark, this i

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