Monday, September 27, 2010

27-Sep-2010 PM clippings


Open Polytechnic of New Zealand launches the Open Source Learning Laboratory for training in open source software:

iPhone owners may have bleary eyes today - the daylight savings code for NZ didn't work to plan:

Cantabrians install a DIY network of 180 USB earthquake sensors set up by volunteers in the region. Data to be made public:

The stuxnet worm appears to have been targeted at Iran's first nuclear power station. I wonder who? No damage reported:

The Open Source Arduino microcontrollers get new additions to the family, allowing the USB to be used for non-serial interfacing:

And finally: Google is to fund the Schweeb pedal-powered monorail as a solution to city transport. What will monorail cat think?:

Vik :v) Diamond Age Solutions Ltd.

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