Monday, August 30, 2010

LinuxCon video available online!

Remember LinuxCon? Great. If you weren't able to attend, the video is now available online!
The list of recorded sessions is available here.

Go here to sign up and access the free videos from LinuxCon.


Tuesday, August 24, 2010

New Pandora Console Videos! More TV-Out footage!

EvilDragon has been busy, providing us with some additional footage of the Pandora Console TV-Out capability.

Without further ado, here it is!
Internet browsing over 3G using the TV-Out:

Genesis emulation via the TV-Out with Retrode Hardware:

Sunday, August 22, 2010

NEWLUG August 2010 Presentation : FreeBSD

Here is the video from the August 2010 NEWLUG meeting, courtesy of the NEWLUG channel.

The video is also available in AVI format here.

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Pandora Console TV-Out Demonstration Video

This little beauty comes courtesy of EvilDragon's Youtube Channel:

EvilDragon describes the video:
Some demonstration of the TV Out feature of the Pandora.
Scrolling looks real smoother in reality than in this video - as the original interlaced material had to be converted to progressive for YouTube.
There is some vertical tearing in C64-Emulation because the emulator was running at 60Hz whereas the TV was set to run in 50Hz.

I continue to be very excited to receive my Pandora Console. Keep up the good work, people.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

New Syntax Highlighting implemented on the blog!

I've just implemented some new Syntax Highlighting, courtesy of Alex Gorbachev's SyntaxHighlighter. Here is an example of the new highlighted code.

public class AppleMain {

 public static void main(String[] args) {
  Tuna oTuna = new Tuna();
  Apples oApples = new Apples();



For other Blogger users, this post from MLA Wire is very helpful in integrating the new Syntax Highlighting to Blogger.

I'll see if I can update some of the code in my older posts to integrate this feature.

Friday, August 6, 2010

Play GP2X games on your Pandora Console!

This just in! Talented coder notaz recently announced a program called "Ginge" which allows you to run your old GP2X programs on the Pandora Console, Caanoo, and Wiz. Here is a video showing it off!

notaz intends to enter this app into a coding competition, so it might be a couple months before it is publicly available.