Ian talks about the massive Nixie tube thing and the standard PCBs to Hack a Day. The goal of our standard PCB format is to make it super simple to design a project that fits in a bunch of different cool, open source cases. Grab our Eagle library or KiCAD board templates to use Sick […]
Hack a day now has a forum. They have Help Me, Brainstorming, events, and Project log categories. Via Hack a day
One of Ian’s projects featured at Hack a Day, a USB remote control receiver, was the 5th most popular project of 2009. We’re surprised the Bus Pirate didn’t make that list, but we’re proud of this project too. Our primary music and video player is a PC, we made this device because we needed it, […]
Bus Pirate v2go Firmware v2.2-nightly DEVID:0x0447 REVID:0x3043 (B5) Hack a Day’s preorder 2 Bus Pirates are starting to arrive worldwide. Remember to upgrade the firmware when it arrives. We’ve had one report that the latest preorder was assembled with revision B5 PIC 24FJ64GA002 chips. Press ‘i’ in the Bus Pirate terminal to see your PIC […]
Fan from Seeed Studio just posted this note in the forum: Hey guys, This is fan from Seeedstudio. I got a good news for you, Bus pirate preorder 2 was ready and started shipping. You should get your preordered product very soon. Thanks for the update! When you get your Bus Pirate remember to update […]
Hack a Day sent us one of their new t-shirts,designed by contest-winner John Keppel. As far as we know, these were only sold at Defcon. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like they plan to sell them online.