Thanks to the article with the same title on austringer.net I know that <ctrl>-T will help in MC to mark/tag individual entries …
After the battery of the laptop died and bloated even the case of the Mac, I felt like I have to do something. However, with the proper guides this is no problem at all. So I did
- Change the battary (guide on ifixit.com)
- Upgraded to an SSD disk (guide on ifixit.com)
- Added RAM (guide on ifixit.com)
- If your RAM modules have a higher frequency then your machine can handle and your Mac get stuck in the middle of the boot process, try to upgrade only one module. This will help (gives you a bit more memory, but keeps your machine running), at least until you have proper modules.
- Install the new mac OS Sierra using a bootable USB stick (german guide on macwelt.de)
From their Kickstarter page:
- PLEN2, the world’s first printable open-source humanoid.
- PLEN2 guides you to the advanced technology world and help you grow. Anyone can easily build and personalize it.
This month the Google owned company Boston Dynamics presents another impressive generation of humanoid robot atlas in this video.
I would like to turn my old iPad one (with 3G) into a phone. All you need to do install an app called [Ac!d]TelePad from the author Bassem Kassem (of course a SIM card allowing for calls is required).
The only “problem” is, that this is a Cydia App, not an App-Store App. Cydia is an alternative Appstore and you have to jailbreak your iDevice in order to use it.
Searching for iPad 1, iOS 5.1.1 (which is the latest supported version for iPad 1) and Jailbreak will ultimately lead you to GreenPois0n Absinthe 2.0.4, which seems to do a great job, but did not run on my Yosemite mac. The app opens but just disappears without any feedback.
Searching for another little while brings up redsn0w_mac_0.9.15b3 (e.g. from here). According to its readme file it is a
a lightweight, multi-platform jailbreaking, unlocking and customizing tool for the iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone4, iPhone4S, iPod touch 1G, iPod touch 2G, iPod touch 3G, iPod touch 4G, iPad1, and iPad2
I started the app (after making a backup of the iPad and resetting it). It worked just fine. Afterwards I could install all previous settings from the backup. The iPad worked as before. Just one difference: Cydia is now installed on my iPad.
In Cydia I added the resource http://BassamKassem.myrepospace.com. Doing this one can simply search for the app [Ac!d]TelePad, install it and then you can use your old iPad as phone 😀
This soft robotics toolkit seems quite promising if you want to go into detail in this interesting field. Here is the link: softroboticstoolkit.com
Currently Zuri is a prototype. One should definitely check back on zoobotics.de to see what will be going on there.
This haxapod chassis is a quite interesting solution for fast movements and hard falls 😉