XBox One – Fun with GPT Disk (Larger Drive)

Written by on July 14, 2014 in Linux, Technology, Tutorials
XBox One – Fun with GPT Disk (Larger Drive)

Last December the kids got an XBox One and over the course of 6 months the drive has reached it’s capacity. Recently Microsoft has added the ability to add an external USB3 drive to expand on the core storage of 500Gb, however; I figured it would be fun to disassemble the device and attempt to […]

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Programming for Kids

Written by on April 21, 2013 in General, Programming, Technology
Programming for Kids

Anyone who is interested in teaching their young children about computers and robotics should check out http://blog.minibloq.org . It’s really a clean looking project that allows kids to write arduino and other microcontroller code as easy as dropping widgets. In my humble opinion this is a million times better than ALICE. I hope to see […]

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Cubieboard or Cubiebust?

Written by on April 4, 2013 in Review
Cubieboard or Cubiebust?

  After several weeks of waiting my Cubieboard arrived. It was sandwiched in a numerous of layers of packing tape as if to prevent me from opening Pandora’s Box. After shedding the layers of tape and mounting the device into its acrylic case it was time to get down and dirty. The device didn’t come […]

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Most Feature Rich Arm Board for the Price

Written by on March 30, 2013 in General, Technology
Most Feature Rich Arm Board for the Price

The Cubieboard is one of a numerous low cost System On Chip devices to hit the market and at $49 dollars packs a punch. This device provides enough power to run full versions of popular Linux distributions and provides better performance. 1G ARM cortex-A8 processor, NEON, VFPv3, 256KB L2 cache Mali400, OpenGL ES GPU 512M/1GB DDR3 […]

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