Hardware post archive

  1. Using M2 Wi-Fi card slots for other things
  2. Remembering how the Nintendo Wii was cracked
  3. A cool Adaptec AHA-1542CP ISA SCSI card
  4. A new old-stock floppy drive
  5. The enforceability of boilerplate
  6. Buying parts online and iRL
  7. An enigma of a VGA cable
  8. Retrocomputing info is easy to find, until it isn’t
  9. Researching if Commodore’s PCs were profitable
  10. Pronouncing “composite” video
  11. USB 1.1 Alien Tape Megasaur Spurtles
  12. A disk-on-module with my Am386
  13. An apartment tower of lithium
  14. A 30-pin RAM upgrade for my Am386
  15. Aftermarket Commodore power supplies
  16. An Intel i387SL coprocessor for my AMD Am386SX
  17. The ESS AudioDrive ES1868F for sound and IDE
  18. Equinix retiring copper
  19. My 386SX’s working Acer MIO-400 IO card
  20. I fixed my 1991 386SX-16/20CN motherboard!
  21. My new ISA/PCI PC diagnostic card
  22. Why are they called du Pont connectors?
  23. Libraries were full of tech inflexion points
  24. Parts reviewers, clickbait, and absolute price
  25. FreeBSD and NetBSD laptop feedback: the Framework
  26. Retrocomputing is as much optimism as an escape
  27. Researching a new FreeBSD or NetBSD laptop
  28. Filter jugs should be rectangular
  29. A 1990 encyclopædia on phones and packet switching
  30. Breaking a Commodore 16 key, and retrocomputer storage
  31. AliExpress anime and electronics comments
  32. Daniel Aleksandersen on split keyboard accessibility
  33. Restoring my 1983 “Aldi” Commodore VC-20
  34. GamersNexus on support training and scripts
  35. The economic and social effect of sealed devices
  36. Time magazine discusses successful tech failures
  37. A legacy PC drive update: little works!
  38. Feedback: preventing streaks when retrobrighting
  39. W-whoops, buying a Commodore VC-20
  40. Comparing VIC-20 and C64 cart sizes
  41. Adrian Black explains his TRS-80 diagnostic
  42. Setting tech expectations
  43. Greg’s experience with a smart phone
  44. Obsolete tech: the Battery Daddy
  45. Printers and wasted tech potential
  46. Things I’d love to build this year
  47. Thoughts on an entirely new Commodore 64
  48. I fixed my beautiful little Commodore Plus/4!
  49. The ThinkPhone
  50. The great Commodore/Atari engineer swap
  51. Using PCI slots for SSD brackets
  52. What happened to data sims for tablets?
  53. Time spent looking at my phone
  54. My final Commodore 128 Retr0bright post
  55. Fascinating new pencil soldering irons
  56. Another smart camera leaking information
  57. That elusive Commodore 128 80-column mode
  58. Flickering caused by a hot MOS 8565R2
  59. High idle power on AMD’s RDNA3 cards
  60. A late review of the M1 MacBook Air
  61. Cleaning and retr0brighting a Commodore 64C
  62. The Fractal Ridge Mini-ITX Case
  63. I… bought a Commodore 64C
  64. The patch in my Commdoore 1541 was official!
  65. The “joy” of retro IT web searches
  66. STH’s Supermicro X13SAE-F board review
  67. Canon Canoscan LiDE220 review
  68. Thinking about AMD’s 7000 series CPUs
  69. Raspberry Pis in racks or PCI slots
  70. Cartron asks what FreeBSD machines I use
  71. Peter Millard compares and contrasts sanders
  72. My favourite USB key ever: The Toshiba PA5003A
  73. Backing the VisionFive 2 RISC-V dev board
  74. The iPhone 14
  75. Discovering 850 watt SFX power supplies exist
  76. Weird Al had 100 gigs of RAM
  77. AMD Ryzen 7000
  78. The NCR-80 vintage mechanical keyboard kit
  79. Features every microwave should have
  80. A year of using a FreeBSD laptop without a GUI
  81. An obstinate port-forwarding router
  82. GPU prices a bit closer to normalcy
  83. Q&A about my NW-A55 Walkman
  84. Number pads
  85. Jeff Geerling’s all-flash NAS
  86. Uses for tangled earbud cables
  87. Hamaji Neo reviews Gateron Yellow switches
  88. The Internet’s short memory for retrocomputing
  89. My new Sony NW-A55 Walkman! Also a review
  90. The tech nostalgia bathtub curve
  91. Adventures with mould and dehumidifiers
  92. Cathode Ray Dude on retro hardware collecting
  93. Rebecca, Michael recommend the Gateron Black Ink V2 keyswitches
  94. Quest for a thocky split keyboard like my Topre
  95. My own drive reliability stats
  96. Portable digital audio players still exist
  97. The CERBERUS 2080
  98. The wondrous LG A9 CordZero vacuum cleaner
  99. The first iPhone, and portable music in 2022
  100. Goodies from @GamersNexus arrived!
  101. The hot (running) AMD Radeon 6950 XT
  102. Fun with AIOs: The Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280
  103. My Hahndorf Inn Hotel mug
  104. A market failure with sunk costs
  105. A list of my first computers
  106. Buy LG fridges, not Westinghouse
  107. Nvidia’s RTX 3090 Ti
  108. The most satisfying connectors
  109. Birthday Ryzen Minecraft shaders!
  110. Down to my last Aeropress filter
  111. My Apothecary Coffee mug
  112. Pouring one out for David Boggs
  113. Challenges with mini-ITX builds in 2022
  114. The RTX 3070, and chasing the shiny
  115. Feedback on 4K KVMs
  116. Learning about fan controllers
  117. The new iPhone SE is still good
  118. Are DisplayPort or HDMI KVMs any good?
  119. Cancelling my Presario Sleeper PC project
  120. No bad products, only bad prices?
  121. Personal technology insight and cynicism
  122. The iPhone 8 (and SE) are still better iPhones
  123. Review: @PCCaseGear in Australia is awesome
  124. JayzTwoCents on guilt about hobbies
  125. Graphics card feedback
  126. Phantom phone vibrations
  127. Buying a new graphics card
  128. A numbered list of encountered tech
  129. A 12 TB SATA Ultrastar hard drive saves the day
  130. Raspberry Pi OS is now 64-bit
  131. My retrocomputer projects, Q1 2022
  132. The iPad Mini 6’s weird aspect ratio
  133. The PinePhone keyboard case
  134. Doc Searls versus printers
  135. Always check for the wrong item too
  136. Battery-powered trains
  137. Finding a cute 386 or 486 desktop
  138. Wouter Groeneveld digresses
  139. Our January 2022 apartment cleanout
  140. Microfibre cloths
  141. My “new” IBM WorkPad 20X Palm PDA!
  142. A home NAS of the future
  143. Farewell to my Kindle Paperwhite
  144. Steps towards more recycling in Singapore
  145. Beige-o-Vision introducing the PiDP-11
  146. Learning of BlueSCSI
  147. The Ricoh GR IIIx
  148. The Maja 2 split keyboard
  149. End of year thoughts on consolidating stuff
  150. Formatting SD cards in the Nintendo Switch
  151. If nobody wants to use smartphones, what then?
  152. The Nintendo Switch Lite is my new 2DS
  153. The Raspberry Pi 400 as a couch game machine
  154. The Raspberry Pi A+, and Pi-Hole
  155. The iPad mini 6
  156. Spycrowsoft on reusing stuff
  157. Dell 27-inch 4K panels as Retina displays
  158. The M1X MacBook Pros
  159. The simplex ambidextrous?
  160. Privacy and trust as a luxury good
  161. One step closer to my new FreeBSD tower
  162. Dreaming of soap and door nomenclature
  163. Greyscale screens for anxiety
  164. My first shipped DOA drive
  165. Repairability of laptops
  166. A 1 TB DIMM, with a clock speed of 2!
  167. Apps are a poor replacement for hardware
  168. Feedback on Braun shaver cables
  169. The state of second-hand GPUs in 2021
  170. What Apple mouses and Braun shavers share
  171. Researching GPU options for my sleeper PC
  172. Docks charging more than just kettles
  173. The Cloud Media Remote for the PS4
  174. The LG Gram: does it have PC Screen Syndrome?
  175. Missing things in our home
  176. My sleeper PC... curse!
  177. Micah R Ledbetter’s ErgoDox feedback
  178. Expanding our FreeBSD home file server
  179. Fourier transforming X-ray diffraction patterns before computers
  180. Motherboard standoffs for weird case sizes
  181. Comparing PC all-in-ones to the iMac
  182. Finally buying a Compaq spaceship
  183. Feedback about the Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard
  184. The Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard 2019
  185. Acer’s antimicrobial laptop
  186. Feedback on repurposed eBay packaging
  187. Dodgy listings using repurposed packaging
  188. The home storage crisis, via Doc Searls
  189. Revisiting webcam covers
  190. Searching for a CD storage system
  191. A Commodore 128 shipping update
  192. Some of these kitchen gadgets we do need
  193. Laptop, tablet, smartphone, or phone?
  194. FreeBSD 13 on the Panasonic Let’s Note CF-RZ6
  195. LCD Android phones to sync with FreeBSD
  196. More cores are good
  197. The M1 Mac: “seems fine”
  198. My new (replacement!) Palm IIIx
  199. Linus Tech Tips: Nothing EVER works!
  200. Palm LifeDrive in a Windows 2000 QEMU VM
  201. My Palm LiveDrive!
  202. Whimsy and the new coloured iMacs
  203. Palm PDA nostalgia on its way!
  204. Feedback about a slow CF card
  205. Newer CF card slower in my Pentium tower
  206. Repairing, not replacing old parts
  207. Apologising to wpa_supplicant and FreeBSD Wi-Fi
  208. Rediscovering one of our family computers
  209. A mini, portable display for Commodore gear?
  210. Now obsolete MacBooks still have better screens
  211. Best attribute for 8-bit enthusiasts: patience
  212. Our bathroom hippo
  213. The VIA VT82C586B PCI, PC97 controller
  214. A Commodore 128 and TED monitor stand
  215. My Commodore 1571 drive arrived!
  216. Why did initials on MOS chips disappear?
  217. Reliability of cassette tapes and disks
  218. Moving on from Apple
  219. Troubleshooting my Commodore 128’s 80-column mode, part one
  220. Missing MacBook Pro features returning
  221. Headphones as a social signal
  222. Retr0brighting my Commodore 128 keyboard
  223. Slanty road barrier things
  224. Troubleshooting a Commodore 1541 disk drive
  225. Necessity versus rarity in online auctions
  226. Gadget-like computers, or computer-like gadgets?
  227. Stores for Commodore 128 components
  228. Comprehensive Breville BKE395 kettle review
  229. Fixing my unbootable Commodore 128
  230. Almost wrote about my Commodore 128
  231. Douglas Brebner on integration and complexity
  232. A point to consider before retr0brigting
  233. That complexity inflection point
  234. Not just the price limiting EV adoption
  235. Today’s errors
  236. Difference between 19200 and 19200R ECC RAM
  237. Dynabook screens
  238. Graphics cards getting even pricier
  239. Merging power buttons on appliances
  240. 2.5 and 5GbE adaptors
  241. The world’s chunkiest card reader
  242. Toodles and Michael Tsai on OLED iPhones
  243. Responses to my new homelab server
  244. Building a new homelab server
  245. Security flaws in smart doorbells
  246. 737 Max issues were people
  247. Here are some related, incompatible items
  248. @Spycrowsoft on OLED sensitivity
  249. Scatterbrain Apple M1 chip thoughts
  250. Hales warns us of greymarket electronics
  251. Equinix data centre advice
  252. Antranig Vartanian on RSS, HiDPI, Apple Silicon
  253. Becky Hansmeyer, Dan Benjamin on the iPhone 12
  254. Wait, that heatsync isn’t really copper?
  255. OLED-sensitive people left out from the iPhone 12
  256. My new-ish 16-inch MacBook Pro
  257. Feeling guilt upon buying something
  258. AC3 is not AAC
  259. Ethernet papercuts
  260. We need physical audio kill switches
  261. A KONE lift diagnostic test tool and decoder
  262. System76 laptop displays
  263. FOSS laptops and subpar displays
  264. Uncommon Advansys Iomega Jaz Jet SCSI-II cards
  265. New computers don’t feel faster
  266. Phones before the iPhone
  267. Tech hardware fails, as written in 2012
  268. Testing a new machine
  269. The 3.5 mm headphone jack
  270. The Kos Porta Pro X headphones
  271. Naming five Hi-Fi brands
  272. My new/old Technics SL-J300R turntable
  273. Andranig Vartanian on Solaris, with more nostalgia
  274. Follow-up to AT power supplies
  275. The Athena AT40 400W AT power supply
  276. Blog retrospective: 720K floppies
  277. Goodbye Home-Fix, and Singapore’s DIY scene
  278. More FreeBSD HPE Microserver homelab answers
  279. ARM Macs (but RISC-V would be cooler)
  280. The speed of technology
  281. Booting FreeBSD off the HPE MicroServer Gen8 ODD SATA port
  282. My humble homelab, with awful ASCII diagrams
  283. The 2020 iPhone SE
  284. What’s missing from NAS reviews
  285. Other SMR considerations
  286. Hidden shingled-drive follow-up
  287. The Shingled magnetic recording NAS debacle
  288. The Onkyo C-707
  289. FreeBSD 12.1 on a new (to me) ThinkPad T550
  290. Figuring out Hi-Fi component dimensions
  291. Kenwood DEM-9991D circuit diagram
  292. HO-scale R-761
  293. Arena Unix II swim cap
  294. Coronavirus info from data centres
  295. Rediscovering LaserDiscs
  296. Music Monday: IBM PS/2 It!
  297. Intel’s discrete GPUs at CES
  298. A technical admission
  299. Technical accuracy, and the whole product concept
  300. Curious case of the 32 GiB key with only 64 MiB
  301. Solution to blocking home recording
  302. The Hyperion luggable from 1983
  303. Trying the new 16-inch MacBook Pro
  304. Replacing the phone
  305. 16-inch MacBook Pro
  306. Android biometrics in October 2019
  307. Fun with online ECC memory shopping
  308. Current ThinkPads with HiDPI
  309. Consolidating all the things, also watches
  310. iPhone typing accuracy declines
  311. Choosing a new pocket camera
  312. The Sony StorStation Ditto tape drive
  313. iTelephone 2019 wish list
  314. Rambling on biology and tech
  315. iOS always forgets what audio I was playing
  316. ThinkPad feedback from @sjdorst
  317. The ThinkPad X40, an all-time favourite
  318. Choosing a NAS
  319. 10x Engineers: The brilliant jerks
  320. Covering laptop cameras, revistied
  321. ThinkPads and MacBooks
  322. Dan Benjamin on computers as tools
  323. Ken Akamatsu on the Raspberry Pi 4 model B
  324. Why do most PC laptops have awful screens?
  325. HPE buying Cray
  326. KVM trolley suggestions for data centre operators
  327. Jaycar external RAID box with FreeBSD and ZFS
  328. The Mid-range utility Mac
  329. Roman numeral IIII on clocks
  330. A purpose-built FreeBSD home bhyve box
  331. Percussive maintenance
  332. Relief for the 2019 Mac Pro
  333. Hard drive capacities: a 2008 retrospective
  334. 2019 MacBook Pros
  335. Goodbye tanakasuka, my last RAIDZ-1 ZFS pool
  336. Kao laundry powder scoop analysis
  337. SCSI to CompactFlash for vintage PCs
  338. Commodore SFD-1001, and the Teac FD-505
  339. The Cayenne Convection Oven
  340. Fully-recyclable Adidas shoes
  341. Buying philosophy for computer hardware
  342. Using a 4K LG UltraFine display with FreeBSD?
  343. Tethering is still voodoo
  344. No FreeBSD on the Libretto any more
  345. Storage versus RAM configurability
  346. My colleague’s MT3 profile board
  347. Technical reasons may often be insufficient
  348. 1993 Computer Chronicles on Spectre
  349. Opening a Kensington Orbit Trackball
  350. Ergolux corner standing desk
  351. Simpson Strong Tie Set Xp Msds
  352. Apple’s rumoured 16-inch MacBook Pro
  353. Goodbye, AT&T data centres
  354. A list of lightweight laptops from 2018
  355. Ranking of laptop keyboards
  356. State of Apple in 2018
  357. Predictable issues with video doorbells
  358. The European Space Agency store
  359. Vortex Race 3 keyboard
  360. Why OLED phone screens suck for some of us
  361. CoreTypes.bundle still has some classic hardware
  362. The Lucent 901928-01 Keyboard
  363. The 80586 Pentium
  364. A dodgy USB key
  365. StatusCake chatbot
  366. macOS modifier keys
  367. Apple T2 webcam security
  368. Xorg: More than one possible primary device found
  369. Marc Edwards on 2x Retina
  370. Apple’s Entrepreneur Camp for women
  371. Why rip up functional footpaths?
  372. Ports
  373. LattePanda
  374. The new MacBook Air isn’t 2:1 Retina
  375. Rounded internal SCSI cables
  376. The new MacBook Airs are devoid of touch bars!
  377. Apple New York event wish list
  378. Another chance to buy a DAN A4-SFX case
  379. The Aston Martin Lagonda
  380. More plastic, via @Georgiecel
  381. Why do some smoke detectors use radioactive material?
  382. MUJI table test
  383. Obsolete best IT practices
  384. Zero percent battery
  385. Lee Myung-bak sentenced for bribery
  386. When Macworld isn’t
  387. Someone designed these
  388. The longest post ever, on the STV-4540 PDU
  389. Disabling Hyper-Threading for Spectre
  390. A few days back on a small phone
  391. My new Kindle
  392. Oh Android, don’t ever change
  393. The Pentax K-1 Mark II, and their pancakes
  394. Filing cabinet chair review
  395. A Californian rooter van
  396. My brand new mustimeter
  397. Which duck tape is best?
  398. A true 757 replacement
  399. Cabin of a TWA Lockheed TriStar
  400. Why ZTE was banned in the US, Australia
  401. A Tesla and Maserati
  402. The beige 5.25 inch Zip Insider
  403. Epson’s classic combo floppy drives
  404. A home-office hideaway computer desk
  405. My Akihabara GPD Pocket
  406. 555 pages
  407. Photo of my desk in 2005
  408. Home digital assistants
  409. Music and phones in public
  410. iUmu, the iMac
  411. HomePod
  412. 800×600 in a Retina world
  413. The Hawker Siddeley Trident was fast
  414. Fuji Xerox
  415. HP battery recall
  416. 12TB drives are now a thing
  417. Meltdown and Spectre
  418. Xen on yesterday’s Intel issue
  419. Intel’s protected kernel memory leak fun
  420. Listerine mouth wash taste guide
  421. FaceID
  422. The Tupolev Tu-114
  423. OLEDs suck, for me
  424. But Steve Jobs wouldn’t have done it!
  425. Apple’s September 2017 kit
  426. Electroboom on the Right Hand Rule
  427. Rick’s 10GbE home network
  428. Recycling VHS tapes
  429. Second–hand computers do exist
  430. A decade of iTelephones
  431. Old driver decision tree
  432. Unboxing a 1997 Iomega Jaz Drive
  433. Oliver’s law of assumed responsibility
  434. One is not like the others
  435. Restoring my first computer
  436. The HP Pavilion Wave
  437. The new Mac Pro shall be
  438. Typewriter style keyboard
  439. ECC in AMD Ryzen
  440. The Zip Insider
  441. Versions of EMM386
  442. 3D-printed Penrose Triangle
  443. On the size of the Commodore 128
  444. The NOCHANGE BBS car
  445. The state of the Mac
  446. Farewell office coffee mug
  447. The Boeing 727 prototype
  448. Two-tone beige keyboards in 2017
  449. Goodbye junk
  450. Fujitsu exiting laptop business
  451. The unfortunately-named Eero
  452. The NSG uClean LD-1420 HMT
  453. Mac downloads in 2016
  454. Eight years ago, the Convair 880
  455. The first Lockheed L-1011 TriStar
  456. USB aquarium alarm clock pen holder light
  457. The iPhone 7
  458. Webmaster Hales on four power supplies
  459. Four power supplies
  460. HPE buys SGI
  461. The ASUS EeeBook X205TA
  462. Covering laptop cameras
  463. Choosing a minimalistic Mini-ITX case
  464. Folding paper seven times
  465. The Sun Type 6
  466. Something to do with KVMs
  467. Being mostly wrong about diesel cars
  468. Fans brave wet as iPhone 6s goes on sale
  469. Australian iPhone 6s plans stuck in the 2000s
  470. Mid-2012 MacBook Air SSD upgrades
  471. Raw tech specs
  472. Concession Opal cards
  473. July 2015 iPods
  474. Ruben sets up utilities
  475. My bedroom home office in 2010
  476. Translucent screens
  477. I heard you like cranes
  478. Stop trying to make Apple Watch without 'the' happen
  479. Difference between Quanta and Qantas
  480. The IKEA firm RÖLLEKA pillow
  481. CPU architectures on nixCraft
  482. Cloud storage arrays
  483. No more Nokia Sync
  484. Circular (travelling) headphones
  485. Time to shake the toner
  486. Keyloggers
  487. The 27 inch Retina iMac
  488. The Typo2 iPhone keyboard
  489. UTS Building 11 lifts
  490. The Bic Orange Finepoint most certainly is
  491. Choosing a keyboard for gaming and typing
  492. Interpreting ipmitool ser list memory errors
  493. UTS Building 11 feedback
  494. The lost opportunity of UTS Building 11
  495. Two years with a MacBook Air
  496. SCSI
  497. Saturday nights with a PSU
  498. Diesel cars
  499. The Topre RealForce looks absolutely perfect
  500. WASD keyboard design fun
  501. Disruption from Sydney, and keyboards
  502. The Roland TR-808
  503. CoolerMaster QuickFire, via @screenbeard
  504. An Ultimo pilgrimage to MSY
  505. Ruben talks shoes
  506. The CODE keyboard
  507. My second workstation: Unicomp keyboards
  508. Suspiciously timed massive Archival Discs
  509. Teana Lanster and Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha
  510. LTO Ultrium tape drives
  511. Tiamo’s 32–bit efi and Mavericks 10.9.2
  512. The @dai1313 on Optiplex nostalgia
  513. Silent swap meets and IT nostalgia
  514. Mavericks on my first gen Mac Pro
  515. The mystery of internal drive enclosure connectors
  516. Mmm, chewy phone cables
  517. Kindles, iPods, teal shirts
  518. The Razer antithesis to the new Mac Pro?
  519. When you use the same mouse as him
  520. Mac Pro compromises might not be for me
  521. The Belkin Thunderbolt Dock
  522. The LEGO Acropolis
  523. All this new tech is making us antisocial
  524. I used to be that guy; the new Mac Pro
  525. When our frigid whitegood was neither
  526. Linux RdRand
  527. FreeBSD and hardware random number generators
  528. Some ZFS SSD feedback from @zoomosis
  529. ZFS on FreeBSD supporting TRIM
  530. Classic Toshiba driver archive
  531. Fibre optic considered faster than copper
  532. Ditto
  533. The IKEA Upptäcka backpack
  534. What Motorola is to Google
  535. Photocopiers making randomly alterations
  536. An evening with printers
  537. Sony CDP-101
  538. Cisco Discovery Protocol, eventually
  539. Cray Mac Pro
  540. My Mac Pro space station
  541. I don’t always make lame networking memes
  542. This isn’t about the Cisco 2800 router series
  543. Eric Schmidt says we’re just afraid of change
  544. My latest retro multimedia CD-ROM haul
  545. Sharp slipping pSee shipments
  546. Dell, going private
  547. I think my new iPad mini is Canadian
  548. So when Samsung shuns NFC, it’s okay
  549. The 1990s Dell Dimension, via @dai1313
  550. The Ancient Compaq Presario 5510 spaceship
  551. Goodbye, Old Glossy
  552. The wrath of certain Android users
  553. A cheaper Chevrolet Volt
  554. I need the lightest possible machine…
  555. An 11-inch MacBook Air unboxing review thing
  556. Infinite Solutions: Recharging batteries
  557. She adores her 64!
  558. Belkin F5D7010 works on Fedora and FreeBSD
  559. Linus Torvalds and I had the same computer
  560. I love you John, but stop reporting on Apple!
  561. Acer being truthful about Windows tablets
  562. A Firefox phone? Yes please!
  563. Comments on Microsoft’s Surface Tablet
  564. A rambling Mac Pro status report!
  565. Would you give an ARM for an Intel phone?
  566. My letter to Westpac about a PayPass debit card
  567. Retro DEC PDP11 graphics
  568. Seagate and LaCie, hard drives consolidate again!
  569. Steins;Seagate
  570. Optus, Vodafone network sharing, via @madcatjo2point0
  571. Microsoft Barnes and Noble, wait what?
  572. No ATMs skimming from DBS profits!
  573. Friends don’t let friends use crappy keyboards!
  574. A380 plushies with @johncarneyau and @DrRachie
  575. Does not having it impede its primary function?
  576. Windows Phone UI efficiency
  577. Australian Personal Computer, March 2012
  578. Lord of the Rings Lego Minifigs
  579. I had a BlackBerry back in the day, with old photos!
  580. Let the bed bugs bite
  581. No Kodak moment pun here
  582. DBS responds to ATM skimmer fun
  583. What’s Avocado’s Constant?
  584. You can just skim this DBS ATM story
  585. Intel Ultrabooks at CES, via @kevinctofel
  586. DBS ATM skimmers
  587. Better late than never: HP not changing their logo
  588. Prevent volumes auto-mounting on Mac OS X
  589. BREAKING: I finally cleaned my desk!
  590. No more Dell netbooks
  591. A very Janeway Christmas
  592. My LEGO figs!
  593. Not surprising to me in the slightest
  594. Sophos CityRail memory key adventures
  595. My followup Kindle review followup
  596. Witnessing NASA #Curiosity #MSL launch, from bed!
  597. Gruber and Topolsky on Android 4
  598. My shiny new Kindle 4!
  599. Super biased reviews of the HP Envy
  600. 10.11.11 – Happy Binary Day #1!
  601. HP are making PCs again!?
  602. Not sure if I have one of them Kindles
  603. iPhone4Steve
  604. I got fourteen new iPod nano watches today!
  605. Goodbye Armada M300
  606. Awesome Starbucks threads
  607. Amazon Kindle Fire
  608. My shiny new MikroTik 750GL!
  609. The IKEA Effect, and Manland
  610. UTS robot dance troupe
  611. Another lost iTelephone
  612. Were we all Punk’d by HP?
  613. Android #1 mobile platform for malware, but…
  614. Foresight versus hindsight at Dell
  615. An ode to HP desktops and PDAs
  616. Now it violates the GPL? Where does this stop?
  617. Paying more for stuff and whatnot in Australia
  618. Late night iMac UTS observations
  619. Don’t worry, Android is unchanged
  620. Motoroogle?!
  621. 2007: Apple should pull the plug on the iPhone
  622. Tech I couldn’t live without: The INSERT key
  623. Tech I couldn’t live without: door handles
  624. Operating Systems Solutions #fail
  625. My first and last entry on Android patents
  626. I was wrong about Apple and Android!
  627. Cory Doctorow on the Samsung Galaxy Tab
  628. This Week in Rubenerd Mobile Computing
  629. Singapore army iPads?
  630. Mac Pro not seeing a SCSI-USB Jaz drive
  631. An AdLib ISA card!
  632. Failing broadcom-wl on 32 bit Fedora 15?
  633. A cheap solution for my Nikon D60 battery?
  634. Steve Ballmer photos, again
  635. HP bevels, and xcalc, for some reason
  636. The Sophos Security Gateway?
  637. @i2yh @rubenerd photocopier reminiscing
  638. Lithium batteries costing us a bundle!
  639. Google closed Honeycomb, so what?
  640. It’s hard being an Aussie Palm fanboy
  641. My white iPhone 4 and Zune predictions
  642. An Optus phone data post, with cans!
  643. iPad 2
  644. Singapore schwag!
  645. RIP Ken Olsen 1926-2011
  646. MacTheKnife is back in bidness!
  647. My first bike!
  648. Nostalgia, SuperDisk drives under OS X
  649. Another sophisticated cooling solution
  650. Waking up your lazy Fedora 14 ThinkPad X40
  651. Sinclair 128K
  652. Government use of iPads?
  653. Celebrating 30 years of Post-It Notes!
  654. Windows Phone 7 thoughts
  655. Why don’t we have Open printer cartridges?!
  656. Apple’s new September 2010 swag
  657. What HP needs to do after The Hurd
  658. The other Steve comments on the iPad
  659. No more Apple Cinema Displays
  660. Goodbye Nexus One
  661. Google Android the latest US weapon?
  662. Longwinded post on the iPhone 4 saga
  663. Schweet all day notebook battery power
  664. One sided reporting on Android and the iPhone
  665. Thinking about WWDC 2010
  666. Finally upgraded my ThinkPad X40’s memory!
  667. Stop the presses, iPad sells in Japan!
  668. Some Western Digital drives have EARS
  669. Aussie customs can now search laptops
  670. Picking up an MSI P43T-C51 for peanuts!
  671. Commodore’s Amiga fumble in one line
  672. Android isn’t evil, it’s just not as awesome
  673. Microsoft’s consumer space woes
  674. Buying stolen property is Apple’s fault?
  675. HP buys Palm, Ruben buys coffee to feel better
  676. The real folks who should buy Palm
  677. What happened to the vibrating Logitech mouse?
  678. Robbie Williams sings about… Palm?
  679. Palm for sale, and some drawn out nostalgia
  680. Mr GigaOM poses with an iPad
  681. The iPad and Palmar Hyperhidrosis -ness
  682. FrankSting and Slashdot Znu on the iPad
  683. iPad swimming pool iPod bathtubs
  684. Personal take on CNET’s iPhone 4G wishlist
  685. Batteries own me
  686. Windows Phone Mobile thing 7 is… the iPhone?
  687. Only enabling 16 bit PCMCIA in a FreeBSD kernel?
  688. Kudos to Dick Smith Electronics in Adelaide
  689. A combination lock USB key?
  690. FreeBSD 8.0 boots on a Toshiba Libretto 70CT
  691. I can honestly say I didn’t expect that result!
  692. A case study in why features != usability
  693. A Japanese Dell makes it with a Mac Mini
  694. Apple’s unfortunate environment backstep
  695. SuperDrive likes FreeBSD, scared by Fedora
  696. Aperture 3 signalling end of 32-bit support?
  697. Researching Nikon micro lenses
  698. Initial iPad Star Trek sounding reactions
  699. Worrying out loud about the Apple Tablet
  700. OS X telling me to Service Battery? Uh oh
  701. Lovingy detailed Logitech Anywhere MX review
  702. Can you print a blank page?
  703. Upgrading a Western Digital MyBook
  704. Uniqlo made me like clothes shopping!
  705. Palm nostalgia and marketing folk
  706. The Tennant 5700 industrial scrubber
  707. Bummer, I have to contact myself
  708. Logitech Powered USB Hub schweetness
  709. SingTel Huawei E180 on Snow Leopard
  710. DéLonghi Magnifica loud noises fixed!
  711. Horizontal remote controls anyone?
  712. Motorola Milestone is tempting
  713. Dell down, Microsoft makes hardware move
  714. In the market for a new Logitech mouse
  715. ThinkPad X40 secondary IDE #fail
  716. Could the OpenOfficeMouse be chorded?
  717. Android’s built in excuse?
  718. Optus bill payment disconnect fail
  719. Unmount discs without ejecting on Macs
  720. The birth of a Sidekicking verb?
  721. Why must external drives behave this way?
  722. iPhoneUserNews and dull comment trolls
  723. The Sun Oracle Database Machine
  724. The new MacBook Pro inverter worked!
  725. The Cliq beating Apple
  726. Lousy networks more effective than filters!
  727. HP LaserJet Error -9672 on Snow Leopard
  728. BASIC on the iPhone Commodore 64
  729. Doubts over my Cult of the Mac membership
  730. Shot inverter in the MacBook Pro
  731. No backlight on Snow Leopard MacBook Pro
  732. PC DOS 7 on a ThinkPad X40?
  733. An arm, a leg and a Drobo
  734. Final review of ThinkPad X40 awesomeness
  735. Got me a set of TrackPoint replacement caps
  736. Initial ThinkPad X40 review, is gut!
  737. Craptastic versus good quality second hand?
  738. Does Crucial.com mess up your iPhone 3G?
  739. Grabbing an IBM Thinkpad X40!
  740. Coffee shops starting to ban laptops?
  741. Do not be afraid of tablet computers!
  742. MacBook Pro trackpad on OpenSolaris
  743. iTelephone 3.0.1
  744. iPhoneUserNews is a breath of fresh air
  745. Optus phone reconnection adventures
  746. Mac keycaps for Unicomp keyboards
  747. Another spiffy new MacBook Pro battery
  748. Taking Paul Thurrott to task on the Zune HD
  749. More Commodore 16 Unicomp keyboard comparions
  750. MacBook Pro ExpressCard slot debacle?
  751. Comparing my Unicomp to my Commodore 16
  752. I almost got my Unicomp SpaceSaver! Blast!
  753. I love my new Unicomp buckling spring keyboard!
  754. No carrier error for SingTel EVDO
  755. Affordable MacBook Air, Green Hummers
  756. Kudos to Unicomp
  757. Just ordered a Unicomp SpaceSaver keyboard
  758. Landscape iTelephone keyboard everywhere!
  759. Followup iTelephone Optus unlocking post
  760. Using my unlocked iTelephone in Singapore
  761. Unicomp and CVT keyboards
  762. IBM Model M and Northgate Omnikey keyboards
  763. Swag from the Singapore PC Expo 2009
  764. Brief comments about new MacBooks
  765. Pouring coffee on a laptop wasn’t a good idea
  766. My Intel Inside Xeon stickers arrived
  767. An open letter to tech journalists
  768. PC DOS 2000 boots on an Armada M300!
  769. SG$700 for a Kindle? Thanks but no thanks
  770. The optical and magnetic media tag race
  771. MacBook Pro wishing out loud and whatnot
  772. Review of AirMe for iPhone and iPod Touch
  773. Excited about the AF-S NIKKOR DX 35mm f/1.8G
  774. Moving to Linux from FreeBSD on my Armada M300
  775. I have some barred locations on my phone line!
  776. Optus stole my sanity again
  777. Disabling the PC speaker in FreeBSD
  778. An iPhone uh oh message
  779. Apple awarded patent for the iPhone interface
  780. Optus slapped with a fine for sending spam
  781. So Apple isn’t giving up trade shows?
  782. The unnessisary excess of multipe ink cartridges
  783. An involved Optus customer support debacle
  784. Is this shipping table normal?
  785. What the 15 inch MacBook Pro really needs
  786. Search for a killer desktop replacement combo
  787. Late Linehaul Frt Delayed and other observations
  788. Drive catastrophe, good thing I have solid backups
  789. Ruben’s words of camera phone wisdom
  790. iPhone 2.2 makes MobileSafari usable again!
  791. Western Digital Scorpio Black 298GiB goodness
  792. My review was featured on Elgato.com!
  793. Possible reason why there’s no MacBook FireWire
  794. Sophisticated MacBook Pro cooling consulting solution
  795. Apple, these are my FireWire drives
  796. Only problem so far with the iPhone: MobileSafari
  797. MacBook a winner, unless you need FireWire
  798. Keyboard and coffee, Sent from my iPhone
  799. The penultimate plus one MacBook FireWire post
  800. Addressing some MacBook FireWire arguments
  801. Apple still claims the MacBook includes FireWire
  802. Obituary for FireWire 1999-2008
  803. Apple’s tragic FireWire MacBook mistake
  804. New aluminium block MacBook Pros are nice, mostly!
  805. New Apple notebook hardware, waffle irons
  806. Nobody will ever need 16GiB, right?
  807. My kingdom for a bigger notebook hard drive
  808. BeOS, the Amiga, now the iPhone?
  809. Okay okay I got an iPhone!
  810. On the Mawson Lakes library and common sense
  811. Do we all like HP’s new logo?
  812. VIDEO: Replacing the fan in my MacBook Pro
  813. Eye really like my EyeTV
  814. OPEN Networks can’t spell Porsche
  815. Phone line connection musings
  816. Just ordered a Yubikey
  817. The iPhone in Australia
  818. FreeBSD on an Armada M300 rocks
  819. Data capacity then and now, pretty amazing!
  820. Showing network drives on an OS X desktop
  821. Incredible SGD579 laptop deal
  822. Uh oh
  823. Inheriting a little Armada M300 subnotebook!
  824. Intel’s breathtaking photos from Twitter
  825. Faulty Intel DQ35JO motherboard fun
  826. On low profile PCI cards and Microsoft tax
  827. The mysterious little DFE-670TXD
  828. Nokia e61i screenshot of iPhone site
  829. Why I probably couldn’t own an iPhone
  830. My beautiful iBook is working again!
  831. Mixed reaction to August 2007 iPod crop
  832. iPod features I’d love to see and love to hate
  833. Sim Lim Square and the Athlon X2
  834. COMEX Singapore 2007 expedition
  835. Damn your new iMacs and iWork Apple!
  836. Hide-a-pod on Cranky Geeks
  837. Yet another iPhone post
  838. Seagate hard disk shot my FireWire port
  839. Ruben’s sexy new Mighty Mouse!
  840. iPhone and Zune, no comparison!
  841. Anyone Used a Creative Xmod?
  842. Latest Rubenerd Outage
  843. First Blu-ray Disc Drive Won’t Play Blu-ray Movies
  844. Commodore 64 T-Shirt
  845. Orange Juice Cleaning Products?
  846. Ridata 8GB CompactFlash Card
  847. Great IT Spares eBay Australia Store
  848. Integrated Mainboards and AC’97
  849. Modem Versus WinModem
  850. Apple Battery Recall
  851. The SwiMP3 Player
  852. Michelin’s Airless Tyres
  853. Mac OS X 0x80020025 blank DVD and CD error
  854. The Mug Boss from Think Geek
  855. Sustainable Style, Living and Design
  856. Biometric Passports in Singapore
  857. My 486 Laptop Arrived!
  858. Birthday 486
  859. I’m 20! And Useless eBay Purchase!
  860. XBox 360 Launched in Australia
  861. The Power Mac 4400/200