Recent blog entries for ruaok

Post Burning Man, post Sept 11, and its finally time to get back to some serious hacking.

I've created the Mayhem & Chaos Collection project at SourceForge. This project serves as my umbrella project for various pieces of code that have never found another home. So far I've got two TRM id generation tools and a packaged up version of the GPLed Xing MP3 decoder.

Before too long I will add a subproject for the Obseuqueim title streaming LED. I've got a ProLite scrolling LED sign in my living room that shows the currently playing song as well as other news and random quips.

I've got a ton of ideas for good journal entries, but since its two days before I leave for Burning Man, I can't even think to articulate them now.

So, when I get back I'll have to unload some ideas and post them here. Stay tuned for more Mayhem & Chaos.

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