My subscription to Life expired, but I still have a subscription to Mad.

Friday, March 31, 2006

Friday, March 24, 2006

Thursday, March 23, 2006

your FCC is working for you

Stuff like this is why AT&T was broken up 20 years ago...

from Slashdot:

FCC Backs a Tiered Internet

Going to be extorted writes ""FCC Chief Kevin Martin yesterday gave his support to AT&T and other telcos who want to be able to limit bandwidth to sites like Google, unless those sites pay extortion fees. Martin made it clear in a speech yesterday that he supports such a a "tiered" Internet." Could this be the end of internet innovation?"

Friday, March 17, 2006

Surfin': Green Keys and Hams

Read this week’s installment of Surfin’: Green Keys and Hams, then leave your comments here. (Hey - I just realized how appropriate the "green" of this week's column is considering that today is St. Patrick's Day.)

MacDoppler version 2.0 released

Dog Park Software announced that version 2.0 of MacDoppler for Cocoa, satellite tracking software for Macintosh, has been released and a free demo can be downloaded from:

<http://www.dogparksoftware.com/MacDoppler.html>

Friday, March 10, 2006

Surfin’: Boxing a Radio

Read this week’s installment of Surfin’: Boxing a Radio, then leave your comments here.

DIY spectrum analyzer

Here is a link to a web page that describes how to build a spectrum analyzer from a television tuner.

MacLoggerDX 4.2.3 released

Dog Park Software announced that version 4.2.3 of
MacLoggerDX has been released and can be downloaded from:


<http://dogparksoftware.com/MacLoggerDX.html>

Tuesday, March 7, 2006

iSpectrum Analyzer 2.0 released !

Dog Park Software announced that version 2.0 of iSpectrum Analyzer from End Productions has been released and can be downloaded from:

<http://www.dogparksoftware.com/iSpectrum.html>

According to Dog Park Software, iSpectrum is an easy to use audio spectrum analyzer that allows the user to view live audio in a standard frequency plot, a stereo oscilloscope view and a waterfall display. The user can adjust the display resolution, center frequency and save images to disk.

What's New in v2.0 ?

* Universal Binary

Features...

* Audio spectrum analyzer.
* Provides the user with a spectrum view, oscilloscope view and a waterfall frequency display.
* User selectable screen Bandwidths of 500Hz, 2.5 kHz , 5.0 kHz, 10 kHz and 20 kHz.
* User selectable center frequency.
* Auto centering of marker frequency when switching bandwidth.
* Choice of FFT window functions.
* User selectable Mic Gain.
* Works with system and USB microphones.
* Displayed images can be saved to disk.
* Point-and-Click Frequency Marker.

Requirements...

* Mac OS X 10.2 and higher.
* Audio input device.

Registration:

iSpectrum Analyzer must be registered to work beyond the 5 minute time limit.

Saturday, March 4, 2006

Surfin': Mailbox Surprise

Read this week’s installment of Surfin': Mailbox Surprise, then leave your comments here.