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Do-it-Yourself RFID projects with RFID Toys…

RFID Toys looks excellent! And it's written by MAKE pal Amal Graafstra - "The book contains step by step guides to building various RFID based projects, and stresses the concepts involved as well as the steps themselves. RFID technologies covered include passive, low frequency 125KHz tags and readers, passive high... Read more »

Newton OS running on Linux…

Adam Tow writes "The big news coming out of the 2006 Worldwide Newton Conference is that the NewtonOS is running on a Linux PDA! You heard that right, we're one step closer to having a Newton running on non-Apple hardware. At the 2004 WWNC, Paul demoed Einstein, an emulator running... Read more »

Transmissions from Imaginary Places…

From the same peeps that publish MAKE. I'm really looking forward to this book - "What does it mean to grow up with videogames? Even though videogames and computer games play a large role in the daily lives of millions of people, little has been written about the impact this... Read more »

Amiga in an FPGA : Minimig

Dennis on the Amiga forums is building a mini Amiga. He writes - "I bought a Spartan-3 FGPA development board, learned Verilog (after finding out that VHDL was not my cup of tea) and started working on Minimig. Minimig stands for (very originally ) mini Amiga. My aim with Minimig... Read more »