networking

Particle Jumps Into Mesh Networking With Three New Boards (And Lower-Cost LTE)

Particle Jumps Into Mesh Networking With Three New Boards (And Lower-Cost LTE)

Meet the new Argon, Boron, and Xenon boards.

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How Meshnets Are Changing The Face Of The Web

How Meshnets Are Changing The Face Of The Web

  Throughout the course of the last decade, the landscape of the Internet has shifted dramatically as political and corporate control have changed the structure of the network. The threat of the FCC overturning net neutrality, an increasingly powerful oligopoly of ISPs, and corporate and political surveillance online are endangering the state of the Internet […]

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Breath-over-IP

Breath-over-IP

My friend Thomas Edwards has added another component to his Phy2Phy project series, his mission to link one physical locale to another over the Internet. His first component was Touch-over-IP. His latest creation is Breath-over-IP. To communicate breath over the net, he used an Arduino, a SparkFun Protoshield, an AdaFruit Xport shield, and a Lantronix […]

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Connect a monitor to your wireless AP

Connect a monitor to your wireless AP

Ever feel that the web configuration interface for your wireless access point didn’t give you the control you desired? Why not just connect a keyboard and monitor directly to the router and bypass having to access it from another device? That’s what Sven Killig has done with this clever hack using a DisplayLink device and some open source know-how.

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Dan Kaminsky at HacDC tonight! (and a side order of Daemon)

Dan Kaminsky at HacDC tonight! (and a side order of Daemon)

Dan Kaminsky, the computer consultant who found a fundamental vulnerability in the Web’s DNS, so fundamental, it could have given him theoretical control over every domain on the Web, will be giving a last-minute talk tonight at HacDC. He’ll be talking about this amazing story as well as talking about some current research, to be […]

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AVR baud rate calculator (and fuse calculator)

20 Mhz Baud UBRR % of error 300 4166 0.0 600 2082 0.0 1200 1041 0.0 2400 520 0.0 4800 259 0.2 9600 129 0.2 14400 86 0.2 19200 64 0.2 28800 42 0.9 38400 32 1.4 57600 21 1.4 76800 15 1.7 115200 10 1.4 Lady Ada Rants: Yes, you could always use the […]

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