Build Your Own Wi-Fi Internet Radio
Project: Communications/Radio, Computer Related, Wireless,
March 2012, Page 30
Get access to literally thousands of radio stations world wide to customize your very own play list. Plus, you get to control the unit from the comfort of your armchair with an iPod Touch.
January 2008, Page 52
In the September 1969 issue of Popular Electronics Magazine, Don Lancaster presented a color organ which he called Psychedelia I that I thought was the coolest thing I had ever seen. A color organ — as you may know — is a device that splits music up into numerous frequency bands and modulates colored lights (typically one color of light per band) according to musical content. In honor of Don Lancaster (my electronics hero) I named this color organ, Psychedelia II...
WEBSTER: The Mini Web Server
July 2008, Page 46
In thinking about conservation, it occurred to me that hosting my personal website on a desktop PC used a lot of energy. Even without a monitor, a desktop PC draws about 120W of power or about 200 KWH a year. So, I designed and built a low power alternative — Webster, the mini web server. There are many uses for Webster-like web servers including...