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7 posts • joined 31 Mar 2008

Strong ARM: The Acorn Archimedes is 25

Michael Nelson

We had an A5000 in our music department at school with a MIDI interface. It ran Sibelius, which was awesome. My Dad's A5000 has a MIDI interface too. Thinking about it, I should fire that up again and find a use for it!

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Ten... freeware gems for new PCs

Michael Nelson
Facepalm

Re: I sort of thought

"I sort of thought ... that the phrase "windows PC" in the title sort of gave the game away!"

Erm... It isn't in the title!

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PS3 controller makes move on Android games

Michael Nelson

Yes and no

Depends on the device -- remember, there are MANY Android phones/tablets/thingies...

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Michael Nelson
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This looks promising -- problem for me is that it needs a rooted phone. That's not a trivial process on my HTC Legend as far as I can tell, and I'm too busy/lazy to do it at the moment... Has anyone else tried this with a Legend?

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Mio Navman V575 TV satnav and Freeview tuner

Michael Nelson

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dower

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FCC rescues American football fans

Michael Nelson

Protective equipment in Rugby?

'Cup'? Cricket players wear a 'box'. Rugby players don't, unless things have changed in the last few years.

As far as I remember, the only real piece of protective equipment worn by all rugby players is a gum shield, which is VERY important. Forwards sometimes wear head protectors, which are more to stop ears being ripped off then bitten. Vaseline smeared over the ears is also useful.

Hookers sometimes wear shin pads -- which is a good idea when the opposition decides to play dirty when the referee can't see. Also, nowadays rugby shirts are sometimes a little padded, although only to protect the shoulders and collar bone.

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Creative threatens developer over home-brewed Vista drivers

Michael Nelson
Linux

I've never bought a Creative card...

I don't think they were ever particularly great, were they?

I have bought a couple of old cards from RME in the last couple of years - a DIGI9636 and a DIGI96/8 PAD. Both are fabulously well-engineered, and have genuinely good GPL ALSA drivers. As far as I'm aware, the Windows drivers are as good as you might expect too.

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