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Juicebox Hacking

CmdrTaco posted more than 9 years ago | from the because-you-can dept.

Hardware Hacking 259

magic_user writes "Now that Mattel's JuiceBox can be had for $12 (Target, WalMart), this seems like a perfect toy for hackers. I've found a picture frame hack but what I'm really looking for is a way to play my own videos on it. It runs uclinux so this shouldn't be too hard, right? "

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$12? Hardly... (5, Informative)

garcia (6573) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696236)

From what I can see (walmart.com, amazon.com, and froogle.com) the JuiceBox is about $40 to $50. The only place I can find it quoted for being less is at the blog that this story links to... Perhaps they were on sale, the unit was in an opened package, or the online prices do not reflect the in-store ones. I don't know. YMMV.

It seems that this [elinux.org] would have been a more informative link to include in the story as it gives quite a bit of information about the JuiceBox and links to some of the code from Emsoft.

It does seem like an interesting device to putz around with but I'll hold out until you can display pics via wlan to it :)

Re:$12? Hardly... (1)

justforaday (560408) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696276)

I believe the $10ish price was some sort of closeout that they just happened to stumble across.

Re:$12? Hardly... (1)

ImaLamer (260199) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696305)

Beware: Wal-Mart's online price is never the same as the store price. Their in-store price is directly affected by sales where online is another story.

Sometimes you need to get out of the house...

Re:$12? Hardly... (1)

terrymr (316118) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696773)

I noticed that one ... I once found the same product at three different prices in different parts of the store. When I asked why I was told that as the number of unsold units goes up, they put out more inventory at progressively lower prices. The lowest price in the store is the one you get.

Re:$12? Hardly... (2, Informative)

MetaPhyzx (212830) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696301)

12 bucks here in columbus on clearance as well...

Re:$12? Hardly... (1)

frovingslosh (582462) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696366)

12 bucks here in columbus on clearance as well...

At which chain?

Re:$12? Hardly... (1)

magic_user (81551) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696863)

Target on Sawmill. Plenty of them, the MP3 kits, and cartridges. Of course, most of the cartridges are duplicates...
Juicebox - 12.50
MP3 Kit - 11.50
Cartridge - 2.50 (16M), 4.50 (32M)

YES! $12! No need to hack it... (5, Informative)

thatguy2g (693220) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696473)

My co-worker bought one of these for $12 at Target (look in the clearance items). A usefull thing to note: The "mp3 adaptor" is really an SD Card adaptor, and it plays mp3s and mpeg4 video clips. You don't have to "hack" anything, just put a 512MB SD card in with your properly encoded video clip and you're good to go. Then again, you're gonna get what you pay for. The screen can only handle a wopping 6fps. My advice: buy a PSP and a big memory stick duo.

Re:YES! $12! No need to hack it... (1)

damsa (840364) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696529)

My advice: Get a GBA with the movie adapter using CF cards. Quality might not be as good as a PSP, but battery life and compactness and cheapness makes it attractive.

Re:YES! $12! No need to hack it... (1)

Satan Dumpling (656239) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696917)

I have one of those, nice toy :)
They recently released new firmware and conversion software for it at http://www.movieadvance.com/ [movieadvance.com] . First thing I noticed is it keeps the title now when you convert your divx's.

Re:YES! $12! No need to hack it... (1)

cayenne8 (626475) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696543)

I found this link for links of hacks on it and linux on it: eLinux Juicebox [elinux.org]

Looks like some interesting things....

hacking? (4, Funny)

justforaday (560408) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696248)

I wouldn't exactly call it "hacking," but I've been modding juiceboxes for years. All it involves is a straw...

Re:hacking? (1)

EnronHaliburton2004 (815366) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696279)

I agree.

I really like the effect known as "laughing so hard the juice goes out one's nose" trick which is practiced in lunchrooms across the country.

Re:hacking? (1)

cory_p82 (751921) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696358)

That's modding the user... not the device.

At least modding their nasal passage. Let's hope it's not lemonade. Ow.

Re:hacking? (1)

Skye16 (685048) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696488)

It's even worse with bourbon :(

Re:hacking? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696621)

I didn't know burbon came in juice boxes.
Do you have a link?

Re:hacking? (1)

Rude Turnip (49495) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696623)

Even worse with the juices from the ultra-hot variety of peppers. Ever mace yourself from the inside?

Re:hacking? (1)

Skye16 (685048) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696827)

No, but I think between my mouth and my ass, it turned into some sort of super mace.

That was one really bad fucking day.

Re:hacking? (1)

visgoth (613861) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696875)

As a matter of fact, yes.

Hot tomazzo bagel for lunch + norwalk virus + 5 hours = spicy projectile vomit passing through nasal passages.

Re:hacking? (1)

fubar1971 (641721) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696658)

That's modding the user... not the device.

Would that be called social engineering???

Humor just isn't appreciated I guess.MOD PARENT UP (2, Funny)

RegalBegal (742288) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696280)

....you know...for KIDS!!!!

Freezer Mod (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696285)

This is also a great mod to do:

Place juicebox in freezer ....wait....
Amazing! Juice turns into slushy!

Re:hacking? (4, Funny)

lpangelrob2 (721920) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696335)

I wouldn't exactly call it "hacking," but I've been modding juiceboxes for years. All it involves is a straw...

Have you ever noticed what color the hole that you stick the straw is? Silver. That's right. It's tinfoil.

There's something in these "juiceboxes" that they don't want us to know about, and someday our meddling with juiceboxes with straws will get us in trouble...

Re:hacking? (0, Redundant)

justforaday (560408) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696369)

Y'know, I hadn't really thought of that. You're right though, the juiceboxes seem to be wearing their own little tinfoil hats. I wonder what it is they don't want us to know...

Re:hacking? (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696456)

My wife says that her mother was constantly warning her against the evils of messing with her juicebox.

Re:hacking? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696510)

Have you tried sticking a straw in there?

Re:hacking? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696711)

Hey now! I'm no John Holmes but it's a bit bigger than a drinking straw....

Re:hacking? (1)

Ford Prefect (8777) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696784)

I wouldn't exactly call it "hacking," but I've been modding juiceboxes for years. All it involves is a straw...

Actually, you can 'overclock' said juiceboxes when empty by inflating them with the aforementioned straw, and then stamping on them very hard.

Cue a Very Loud Bang.

Arm port of Debian (3, Interesting)

James_Duncan8181 (588316) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696259)

Get the ARM port of Debian on there and compile mplayer to an ARM target. Failing that use the debian port of Xine. Does this rate a /. article?

Re:Arm port of Debian (3, Informative)

AKAImBatman (238306) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696378)

MPlayer and Xine would probably be too slow. I'm digging through the specs now, but my guess is that this has a built-in MPEG decoder chip. Alternatively, it might just accept the hit in ROM costs and store the video in a poorly compressed format. It would certainly make sense if all you're storing are a few, low-res, low-quality music videos.

Re:Arm port of Debian (2, Informative)

theGreater (596196) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696497)

Or you could just go grab the juicebox source [emsoftltd.com] from emsoft [emsoftltd.com] and save yourself some time.

-theGreater.

Re:Arm port of Debian (3, Interesting)

WouldIPutMYRealNameO (874377) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696572)

I don't think it will be quite that easy. The CPU in this thing is an ARM7 with no MMU - which is why it runs uclinux instead of regular linux. That means that you can't just drop regular packages onto it. I think that you need to custom locate (in memory) each package that you want to run, and compile it yourself. I could be wrong - but it certainly isn't going to be as easy as just running Debian on it.

Hardware Req (1, Interesting)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696271)

At 12$ a pop I seriously doubt that thing has much video playback potential due to hardware constraints.

Re:Hardware Req (1)

orion88 (834423) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696901)

I'd be willing to bet that a $12 price tag would be possible. They probably make their money the same way the game console people do, losing money on the hardware and making profits on the software/content.

From http://portables.about.com/od/portablevideo/a/flju icebox.htm [about.com] :

Additional content, which will be available for purchase in a price range of $9.99 to $24.99

So that seems like it might work.

-Ben

In the words of Meatwad... (4, Funny)

The_Rippa (181699) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696281)

...do what now?

/. ads (-1, Offtopic)

yotto (590067) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696286)

I thought I turned adblock on...

Re:/. ads (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696341)

Just curious, since there seem to be a lot of you complain-about-obvious-advertisments around...why do you keep coming here if the ad's irritate you so much? And why do you actually contribute content to the site (in the form of comments) when you obviously have a problem with its tactics for gaining revenue?

Re:/. ads (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696552)

The ads irritate us enough to complain, but not enough to miss reading comments and stories on slashdot. I know you'd rather have everything as a definitive YES/NO choice, but life and annoyances don't work that way.

You did. (0)

NRAdude (166969) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696365)

It's just, you forgot to turn on the feature "SubtractBlock." Obviously, when you add a slashdot story to a perfectly good website, it tends to start looking like an infomercial. SubtractBlock prevents anything be taken away, thus circumventing your AdBlock. It's ok, SubtractBlock is a feature of slashdot that can't be turned off. They're looking out for our well-being, you know...

(Look! *ducks*)
No realy, I hear a quacking noise.

yeah (1)

derxob (835539) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696296)

You have to get the mp3 adapter kit to be able to play the mp3s, so it doesn't work out of the box with mp3s and pictures, and it looks like they only have a 32MB card for it. This isn't worth anything if you ask me, don't waste your time trying to put your own videos on it.

Re:yeah (1)

UWC (664779) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696635)

As someone else pointed out, though, the MP3 adapter is actually an SD card adapter, so there's not a 32MB limit

Noisy website (5, Informative)

th77 (515478) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696311)

You could have warned us that the JuiceBox link leads to an obnoxiously noisy site. Fun way to get noticed at work. Yick.

Re:Noisy website (2, Insightful)

temojen (678985) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696386)

I was annoyed at it and I don't even have speakers plugged in to my workstation.

Re:Noisy website (1)

autosentry (595252) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696449)

Really? Let me summarize the sound: Yeaaaah (Fake record scratch) Yeaaaah (Fake guitar solo) Yeaaaaah (Fake bass) Then, you hear the strangled cries of Firefox being throttled by the merciless Mattel website.

Re:Noisy website (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696469)

You could have just not wasted your employer's time looking at a site for a kid's toy, too, but we don't live in a perfect world.

Yick.

Re:Noisy website (2, Funny)

FidelCatsro (861135) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696491)

This was clearly posted by a peeved off Admin trying to catch people out -

Re:Noisy website (1)

idonthack (883680) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696523)

You can turn the sound off on the website by pressing the little speaker icon in the top right.

Re:Noisy website (3, Interesting)

LetterJ (3524) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696553)

See, the fact that you can even hear sound from your PC at work is a foreign concept to me. Everywhere I've worked, hooking actual speakers to a workstation would get you smacked down pretty quickly. If you actually need the sound, they've invented tiny speakers you can temporarily strap to your ears that let you hear the sound without anyone else having to.

I'd never even think to warn about the sound on a site because I don't have publicly audible speakers connected to any PC I own except the one in my home theater.

Re:Noisy website (2, Insightful)

fabs64 (657132) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696627)

... thanks ed, sure bet my housemates appreciated the sudden and stupidly loud "JUICEBOX!" at 4.28AM

Yup, its a real embassement. (1)

crovira (10242) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696713)

Here I am trying to write intelligently about the structure of on-line apps (and you NEED a /. break to clear you mind from all the BS you've just been spouting,) and this little kid's voice comes on and utterly blows my cool.

The links should have carried a warning, in BOLD and red.

Re:Yup, its a real embassement. (1)

condition-label-red (657497) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696838)

...and blinking. Yes, this *IS* the place to use the blink tag.

Re:Noisy website (2, Insightful)

darken9999 (460645) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696744)

And you could have had the foresight to mute your speakers if you're screwing around at work.

Wholy mother of God! (0, Redundant)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696315)

Why the hell would you give us a link like that, that is the loudest, most annoying flash program i've ever seen.

Re:Wholy mother of God! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696501)

All flash is loud and annoying crap.

Flash is FUCKING SHITE.

FUCK OFF flash.

Re:Wholy mother of God! (1, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696570)

I like Flash movies. My life is richer for having viewed Magical Trevor and that cat one ("Cat; I'm a pussycat, and I dance dance dance and I meow meow meow")

The Wait (0, Redundant)

Leroy_Brown242 (683141) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696320)

My little sister has one of these things. I'm waiting for her to get bored of it so I can grab it and have some fun hacking it. :)

Re:The Wait (2, Funny)

FerretFrottage (714136) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696512)

She's your little sister...why wait? You're not the big brother for nothing.

Re:The Wait (1)

Leroy_Brown242 (683141) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696597)

Well, I like to TRY and be a good big brother.

I'm 25, and she's 11.

It's almost like I'm an adult, but not.

Re:The Wait (5, Funny)

afabbro (33948) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696650)

I'm 25, and she's 11.

You should be able to take her in another year or so, if you train hard.

Re:The Wait (1)

Leroy_Brown242 (683141) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696817)

HAH, very funny . . .

Funny cuz it's true. . . :/

Re:The Wait (1)

xv4n (639231) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696601)

right! right!, our young siblings must not interfere with our world domination plans. I say don't wait grab it now!

If there's anything I've learned... (4, Insightful)

AKAImBatman (238306) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696326)

...it's that hardware intended for kids is usually useless for anything else. I've seen quite a few electronic gizmos in recent years, and every time I look at hacking them into a more general purpose device, I find that they are far too mission specific to be of any real-world use. Half the time you open them up and find nothing more than a chip, small PCB, and some epoxy holding the whole thing together.

If you're interested in replicating this, it might make a "fun" home project to build one using services like Pad2Pad [pad2pad.com] , Digikey, and a handful of parts. Once you have the design down, you can sell them in bulk for a similar cost. Perhaps even as "developer kits" that allow others to fool around with them. Just don't waste your time on a toy. :-/

Re:If there's anything I've learned... (2, Funny)

Matey-O (518004) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696417)

I find that they are far too mission specific to be of any real-world use. Half the time you open them up and find nothing more than a chip, small PCB, and some epoxy holding the whole thing together
Well there goes MY hopes and dreams of a Furby Robot Army of DOOOOOOM.

Re:If there's anything I've learned... (1)

mellon (7048) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696537)

Holy shitsky, somebody mod the parent up! Maybe I'm just a luser who hasn't been paying attention, but this Pad2Pad thing is extremely cool. Custom PC board fab on the cheap. Zow.

Re:If there's anything I've learned... (1)

AKAImBatman (238306) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696631)

Maybe I'm just a luser who hasn't been paying attention, but this Pad2Pad thing is extremely cool.

You, my friend, are far too easily impressed.

But what the hey? Go build yourself a plastic case [emachineshop.com] for your custom board. ;-)

More fun links. [datadino.com]

Re:If there's anything I've learned... (1)

gioan (263208) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696595)

Sounds like you've worked around quite a bit with similar efforts. These things are probably as useless as the Audreys and iOpeners.

If you've got a minute, email me at gioan@yahoo.com, I have a small project (wireless LED controller) I need some advice with or might be able to outsource if you're interested. /g

Re:If there's anything I've learned... (1)

AKAImBatman (238306) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696669)

As much as I'd like to help, I really don't have time to get involved in another project. I know that there are plenty of others around who are happy to accept money for a hardware side project.

Do any other hardware engineers around here want to help this guy out?

Re:If there's anything I've learned... (1)

barawn (25691) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696756)

There are always a few exceptions, and the JuiceBox looks like it's one of those. Probably for exactly the same reason that it failed in the marketplace as well - a $50 (questionably useful) toy is a bit too much.

The JuiceBox [elinux.org] isn't one of the cheap, one-in-all chips: it's an S3C44B0X 66 MHz ARM7TDMI processor with 8M of RAM onboard (some have 2M) and an SD slot (via a custom connector, but you could make an adapter for roughly free by sampling the connector from Molex) with a uClinux distribution. Plus, JTAG pins are available on the far side. Hacking it into anything you want would be relatively simple.

This isn't exactly akin to a "toy". And it wasn't supposed to be $12 - but clearance sales are wonderful things, especially when they involve devices with LCD screens.

The Fruit Fucker! (-1, Offtopic)

DigiShaman (671371) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696329)

Re:The Fruit Fucker! (0, Redundant)

Leroy_Brown242 (683141) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696354)

Say what?

Re:The Fruit Fucker! (1)

NastyNate (398542) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696470)

The fruit fucker is a recurring character in the online comic Penny Arcade [penny-arcade.com] . Unfortunately I don't have any links to strips in which he was featured.

Re:The Fruit Fucker! (0)

Leroy_Brown242 (683141) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696573)

Oh . . . right. . . .

Re:The Fruit Fucker! (1)

nemostultae (524156) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696487)

Its a penny arcade comic, except he cropped the image.

Resolution? (1)

JUSTONEMORELATTE (584508) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696340)

I have RTF, well, links.
What's the resolution/physical size of the screen in this thing?

Re:Resolution? (1)

JUSTONEMORELATTE (584508) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696550)

Tanx!

So what's a juicebox (2, Insightful)

Ravnsgaard (878623) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696355)

Could someone please explain what this thing does and doesn't? The website doesn't really say much.

Re:So what's a juicebox (1)

Ian Action (836876) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696392)

I think it's one of those small odd-formated media players they try to sell to kids every few years...

Like those small tape players they had a while back that played 1min clips.

Re:So what's a juicebox (1)

Ravnsgaard (878623) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696511)

Are they even sold in Europe? 12$ for a linux device with a color lcd seems really cheap.

Re:So what's a juicebox (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696586)

The website doesn't really say much.

Come on, it says it's cool and rad and hip and hot and your friends will be jealous. That's all any kid needs to know, right?

$20 for a digital picture frame? (1)

LinuxHam (52232) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696389)

I wouldn't mind spending $20 on a DIY digital picture frame that I could upload pix to while traveling on business. It seems no one can agree on the price and functionality out-of-the-box here.

What is the juicebox? (1)

yamla (136560) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696390)

What is the juicebox? I've tried several different browsers, but each time I go to the juicebox.com web page, all I get is an empty white page, or a white page with 'copyright 2005 Mattel' at the bottom.

Re:What is the juicebox? (1)

what about (730877) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696505)

Simple, they do not know how to design and implement a decent website. Basically they are incompetent.

Re:What is the juicebox? (1)

bigtallmofo (695287) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696533)

I've tried several different browsers, but each time I go to the juicebox.com web page, all I get is an empty white page, or a white page with 'copyright 2005 Mattel' at the bottom.

Oh no! All my plain white empty pages are going to receive DMCA takedown orders from Mattel now.

Re:What is the juicebox? (1)

CoffeeJedi (90936) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696536)

that's funny, i just get a button with an "f" on it that turns into a right-pointing triangle when i mouse over it

Re:What is the juicebox? (1)

soapy2000 (771868) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696825)

I've no idea... Seems dcs.mattel.com has been /.ed. Perhaps they should have used text instead of a Flash movie?

I like the logo (1)

agent (7471) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696404)

Re:I like the logo (1)

game kid (805301) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696525)

"the international campaign against television"

So you hate the logo? I'm campaigning for my TV box, thank you.

(Side note: Thank you agent, for the Ashanti picture. I prefer white girls, but she's quite the exception.)

Buy one now (3, Insightful)

TimmyDee (713324) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696422)

Because it won't be a product for very long. Other than for hackers and a few "must have everything" kids, I can't see this succeeding as a product. The number of qualifiers/caveats/limitations of this thing as mentioned in the FAQ are ridiculous. Want to play MP3s? You need to purchase special software. Oh, and the sound quality is limited to 128 K/s, so all those songs you ripped at higher quality won't work. Want to watch movies? Again, special software. To store anything, you'll need an SD or MMC card (not included) to boost the storage past the 32 MB. The game selection is bound to be limited as they are cartridge based and proprietary.

Oh, and one more thing: It's not cool. By the time kids will be able to use it, they'll be old enough to know they want an iPod/GameBoy SP/PSP/DS/etc. and not some childish thing from Mattel.

I hacked the juicebox of Taco's mom. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696428)

NNNNGGGGGGhhhhhh!

I visited juice box.com (1)

callipygian-showsyst (631222) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696430)

and was greeted with the most horrible noise! It sounded like someone singing "Yeah, Yeah" over and over again, horribly clipped and distorted.

Does the actual hardware sound better than that? And why does it use MP3 instead of something that sounds better at a lower bitrate like WMA?

Re:I visited juice box.com (1)

joeybear801 (866622) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696517)

er, I think you meant to say ogg, didn't you?

what is it? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696455)

the linked site is basically just a shiny noisy advertisement. what exactly is the juicebox? what are it's specs?

here are the technical specs (5, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696466)

2.75 inch 240x160 color LCD
http://www.elinux.org/wiki/JuiceBox [elinux.org]

VideoNow as an alternative? (1)

th0mas.sixbit.org (780570) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696616)

Personally I'm looking at hacking the VideoNow player. The main advantage is that the VideoNow uses slightly modified mini-CD's whereas this thing uses memory cards(?) Unfortunately no one has yet reverse engineered the color format, but it can't be too hard..

First Mattell had the VR glove now this... (1)

crovira (10242) | more than 9 years ago | (#12696807)

and now all they need is a computer and some software to tie it together. Yea. Sure. Its easy.

(Its gonna be such a bOmB. I don't want to see the collateral damage but I know somebody's gonna get fired over this...)

horrible, just horrible (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#12696826)

Wasn't JuiceBox Nicole Brown Simpson's nickname?
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  • ul
  • li
  • dl
  • dt
  • dd
  • em
  • strong
  • tt
  • blockquote
  • div
  • quote
  • ecode

"ecode" can be used for code snippets, for example:

<ecode>    while(1) { do_something(); } </ecode>