- macdonald @ 13 January 2008, 06:50 :
Hi Mark, do you sell ipod adaptor for flash memory?
- magic @ 9 January 2008, 04:25 :
All i can say is WOW. I am amazed. This is incredible work.
- Ian @ 2 January 2008, 05:05 :
i would like to purchase one of your ipod flash adapters when they are available. please follow through, this is a great idea!
- Teardrop @ 17 December 2007, 00:04 :
Hi Mark, I really like your blog. You put a lot of effort in posting your articles (photo’s etc..).
I was just wondering what drives your weblog? Is is it something you made yourself, or is it something like Wordpress, Pivot, ....
- Eloi @ 10 December 2007, 15:52 :
i wanted to know about the ipod adaptor for flash memory, do you sell it?
i hope i hear from you.
- dabro @ 29 November 2007, 14:38 :
ik wil linux op mijn snes zetten kan dat
- JohnL @ 29 November 2007, 12:52 :
A bit of feed back for you on the iPod conversion to Compact Flash. I tried the conversion with a borrowed 256MB CF in an iPod mini as a proof of concept and it failed!
I then tried again with a 1GB card and this time the iPod started to behave, but it still wasn’t recognised on my PC. I am assuming you have to a have at LEAST the capacity of the original drive (4GB) so I’ll try this next. Cheers John
- Nicolle B. @ 18 November 2007, 07:38 :
Hello from Nebraska! Yes, it is the middle of the night and I am reading your blog and loving it. (Although finding out you smoke made a big dent in my mental image of you—you’re too smart to smoke.) LOVE the projects, the details, and the HONESTY given in describing the projects. Awesome! (Oops, just dated myself!)
- Marc @ 2 October 2007, 22:46 :
could I perhaps enlist your help help hacking into the firmware of an HP inkjet printer. Although this may sound simple it appears to a technical challenge. Could you please contact me for more details?
- John @ 29 September 2007, 01:35 :
I was wondering if anyone has ever heard of a compact flash extension cable? something like a 20-30’ cable (or whatever) with a flash card on one end (male) and a reader on the other end (female). we use compact flash to transfer milling programs between a pc and a cnc mill at work, but they put the card reader for the machine in the back of the machine far from the controller, which is very inefficiant. be nice to extend it out to the front of the machine. just curious. i don’t know much about these things, except that the retail world doesn’t seem to be supportive of this solution.