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RPiTweet – Take control of your Raspberry Pi via Twitter!

RPiTweet is the latest project that I have found myself working on in my spare time. Whether or not I will get the time to get it to a stage where I’m happy with it is a different story.

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How To Extend Your Wifi Range Using A Netopia 2247NWG/3347WG

In this How To I will guide you through increasing the range of your Wi-fi home network so you can have access through your home and garden.

This topic has been covered by various online sources ( heres an excellent guide : http://lifehacker.com/5563196/turn-your-old-router-into-a-range+boosting-wi+fi-repeater) But they all require that you have a router which supports wireless bridging and has DD-Wrt installed. Both routers which I have don’t support either of these, so I am going to use an Ethernet bridge with some power-line Ethernet adapters.

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How To Use EzDrummer With Mixcraft


Mixcraft 5
is “a powerful yet easy-to-use multi-track recording studio that enables you to record audio, arrange loops, remix tracks, compose with virtual instruments, score and edit video, and add effects to create stunningly professional compositions.”
I find it to be an easy to get the hang of application to record/mix music with. I was able to record decent quality guitar in only a few minutes.

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HashPipe – A Java Twitter client

HashPipe is a twitter client for the masses. Available for Windows,  Linux, and Mac, this easy to use tool makes using twitter a breeze.  Developed by BSc. IT Students in the National University of Ireland  Galway in early 2011, it is now almost ready for its first public release. Support and development will continue through 2011.

V0.72 is now available to the public to download.

Clicking this Link for more information or to download the project:

http://hashpipe.bos.ie/

The use of IT in food traceability and distribution in Ireland Presentation

I have embedded the HD YouTube video of my presentation below :
This proved to be the easyest method to do such, and although I tried slide-share, YouTube supports 16:9 and would have reach to a larger audience. I created the presentation using google docs and then downloaded it to Microsoft PowerPoint in order to convert it to 16:9 aspect ratio.

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