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Become a Linux Kernel Hacker and Write Your Own Module

JackCorbae Hello World ... (143 comments)

To be honest - I expected the example to be the programmer's equivalent of a guitarist playing Stairway to Heaven. I'm actually disappointed the example wasn't a kernel module to print "Hello World"! :)

about 2 months ago
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Can $60 Games Survive?

JackCorbae $60 games? Luxury! (435 comments)

$60 Games? I'd LOVE to see the price drop to $60 games. Most new PC Titles in Australia debut at between $89 and $99. The collectors edition of .. .Dragon Age I think it was, was $109. $60 games ... luxury.

more than 2 years ago
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Smart Pajamas Monitor Patients With Sleep Disorder

JackCorbae Forget Medicine - Aim at Paranoid new parents! (42 comments)

Baby monitors are pretty useless - they only tell you when the bub is making noise and if they're making noise, they're still alive! :) It's when the little buggers are quiet you have to worry. There are mattress pads that can monitor their breathing but if they roll off the pad you'd probably have a minor coronary as you rushed into the room only to find the tot curled up at the far end of the cot. A little pair of smart pj's though ... what a great idea! Bub stops breathing - alarm goes off! I'd pay $100 for that!

more than 3 years ago

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