One of our gripes with the iPhone are those ill fitting earbuds shipped in the box. Unfortunately, you don't have many options at the moment unless you're willing to live without the convenience of the mic / music toggle built into Apple's headphone cable. Even then, there's a good chance that your...
July 5th 2007 at 7:14am
If you're still using terms like "bling" and "pimp your [insert consumable]" to show how down you are with the kids, then perhaps you're also interested in wearing your new iPhone as a belt buckle in support of your poser persona. In fact, why not strap on a set of speakers too and show everyone ju...
June 30th 2007 at 7:23am
Despite our personal reservations on the topic, if you're rocking a Zune, we say more power to you, and we thought we'd let you know about this simple method to upgrade that little player of yours to 40GB. Ironically, iPodMods did the honors: turns out the Zune uses the same battery as that of th...
November 18th 2006 at 6:55pm
We're back again with our
continuing iPod super dock how-to series (see parts one and two, if you need to
catch up). Last week we layed out the schematic for the board, and today we'll do a check up on the schematic, and
design the PC board that we'll make for our super dock. We're getting close no...
May 2nd 2006 at 12:51pm
In part 1 of our iPod super
dock how-to, we created a new mount for the iPod dock connector on a printed circuit board using EAGLE. Now that we
have the connector layout in EAGLE, we'll design the schematic for our custom iPod accessory. Read on for part 2 of
Design your own super dock! If you're a...
April 25th 2006 at 7:37pm
Look for resident hackers
Will O'Brien and Eliot
Phillips (plus many other crazy projects) April 22-23 at the Maker Faire
in San Mateo, CA!This one goes out to everyone that has an iPod or two laying about and an itchy
soldering iron and thinks that the standard USB or Firewire dock just isn't quit...
April 18th 2006 at 7:07pm
Csound is a free language for sound synthesis and processing. It has a rich history and is still used today by musicians, composers and sound designers including Brian Eno, Richard James (aka Aphex Twin), NIN, DJ Spooky, and many more. Why is Csound still in existence today? It is a simple langua...
August 23rd 2005 at 5:30pm