Remember the two scripts I’ve posted earlier in the week? Well, I finally have the time to formally insert them into the database, so here they are:
Another quick half-hour script I wrote. This is an AppleScript that lets you use FaceTime as a video monitor. Just run the script in background, and whenever you want to see your house, just do a FaceTime call to your iMac and the script will accept it.
This was a quick one hour project. I took ASCIIMan, and chopped up and rearranged the code to be a Pong game. Introducing JoshPong, less of a Pong game, more of a demo of the ASCIIMan engine, and Josh library. I know there’s a big bug in Josh that prevents loading the native DLL, so make sure you read the temporary work-around posted on the download page.
So thanks to a Napster promotion, I’ve got a free 1GB Creative Zen V. If you know anything about me, you’d know that the first thing I did was pop open IDA Pro, and see what I can make this device do that it’s not made for doing. After some quick Googleing, I’ve noticed there’s no modifications or anything for this POS music player. However, I did notice that Creative sells a higher priced player that plays videos too. Anyways, enough talk, here’s how to turn your Zen V to a Zen V Plus (NOTE: You still won’t get radio because it’s not in the hardware)