Audiobuzz

Member Since: May 10, 2007

Country: Australia

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Programming Languages

C/C++, Python, Objective-C, Ada, Matlab,

  • Product COM-11975 | about 7 months ago

    I yearn for the day when someone makes an RGB version of these!

  • Product COM-10747 | about 3 years ago

    A 240v version with IEC plugs would be ideal for us non-us folk.

  • News - Another Box Full of New P… | about 3 years ago

    I know every language and country is different but I don’t think I’ll ever get used to the way Americans pronounce ‘solder’.
    Just sounds too close to other nsfw words.

  • Product DEV-10186 | about 3 years ago

    Reading through the .NET MF info it mentions a limitation of 720 running hours (approximately 1 month 24/7). That might be a relic of pre-opensource days but can someone clarify that for me? If I want to develop a sellable product using .NET MF is there a license requirement?

  • Product DEV-10277 | about 3 years ago

    Except it’s out of stock and has a proprietary boot loader

  • Product DEV-10277 | about 3 years ago

    my life would be super-saturated if you would release a atmega32u4 version…hint hint :-)

  • Product DEV-10277 | about 3 years ago

    My life is complete!

  • News - Gravatar! | about 3 years ago

    Nah gravatar can haz you!

  • News - Gravatar! | about 3 years ago

    I know you are also using google analytics and in many ways its the same thing but i understand the benefit analytics gives the business. Gravatars dont provide that same benefit other than eye candy so would it be reasonable to also request an opt out to even seeing the gravatars? The reason being that the mere act of visiting a page with a gravatar on it, gives the gravatar makers access to a persons browsing habits across gravatar enabled sites even if they are not logged in.
    Others have expressed their concern over the display of their gravatar and we thank you for the new opt out. One last step will allow your customers to manage their own privacy as they choose.

  • News - Free Day 2011 Recap | about 3 years ago

    Just an idea to consider for next year.
    How about spreading the money over the day. Ie $5-10k every hour
    That way internationals might also get a reasonable chance and you might prolong the exposure on twitter and google
    Just my 2.2c

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