Tim

Member Since: May 4, 2008

Country: United States

Profile

Spoken Languages

English

Programming Languages

VB, C, and a bunch of web languages

Universities

The Art Institute of Boston

Expertise

Which include: matters Historical, Matters Literary, Matters Cryptozoological, Hobo Matters, Food, Drink & Cheese (a Kind of Food), Squirrels & Lobsters & Eels, Haircuts, Utopia, What Will Happen in the Future, and Most Other Subjects.

(http://www.areasofmyexpertise.com/)

Interests

Websites

www.timgregor.com

  • News - Your December Caption Con… | about 2 years ago

    Dude, Gary Larson’s birthday was last week.

  • News - Antimov Competition | about 4 years ago

    The floats are actually kept in a warehouse for a while after the parade. they start to rot. it smells horrible.

  • Product DEV-09628 | about 4 years ago

    IF YOU ARE USING OLEG’S CODE THE PINS ARE WRONG!!!!!
    The reset and GPX pins are switched on this board with Oleg’s code, at least they were in my version, You need to open Max3421e_constants.h and change those two pins. The device may still work yet it will be really buggy and drive you crazy like it did to me.

  • Tutorial - Nike+iPod Dissection | about 5 years ago

    I was at ESC today and was talking to an engineer at a booth that had one of these units on display. they were displaying power solutions and stuff. They said that the nike unit does NOT use the piezoelectric device to charge or provide any energy to the unit, it is only being used as a sensor. Oh and NXP’s booth was using your micro-sd card breakout.

  • Product PGM-09231 | about 5 years ago

    MAC ISSUE? THIS IS PROBABLY YOUR PROBLEM!!!!
    If you are having issues with this device not working then I’m guessing your are using an intel based mac. It seems Apple started using a different USB chip or maybe different firmware in these macs. These chips are much more careful about monitoring the voltage and current levels being drawn by USB peripheral when they see a potential issue they shut down the USB port to protect the computer from damaging itself, this is done without telling you or giving you a warning. A work around to this problem is to plug it into a hub and let that manage your power, this should make your device work properly. Perhaps in a revision of this board sparkfun will place two 3.6V zeners to regulate the power on the data lines, this should fix most of these issues.

  • Product PRT-09175 | about 5 years ago

    has anyone created/or know of the eagle part for this item?

  • News - Apollo vs. Atmel | about 5 years ago

    if you think that’s amazing, how about building your own flight computer…in your basement
    http://www.galaxiki.org/web/main/_blog/all/build-your-own-nasa-apollo-landing-computer-no-kidding.shtml

  • Tutorial - Wii-mote guts | about 5 years ago

    The U7849 6Q63 chip is ROHM’s ADPCM decoder LSI (BU7849?) and 6Q63 is Lot No., I guess. See here. –Demo-n 00:52, 5 January 2007 (EST)
    (http://www.wiili.org)

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