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Make - Technology On Your Time Volume 02: Home Entertainment

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شماره دوم Make - Technology On Your Time Volume 2 به صورت اختصاصی به کیفیت ضبط ویدئویی، چگونه به پادکست، ساخت یک ربات در منزل می پردازد  که شما می توانید رایگان دانلود کنید.

Building your own high definition video recorder, how to podcast, making a robot from an old computer mouse, reconditioning an old amplifier.

Table of Contents

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When users make: Editor-in-Chief Mark Frauenfelder on innovation and the entertainment industry's efforts to squelch it. Page 7

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Boost your productivity by embracing procrastination. Or, why your web browser needs a hypothalamus. Page 10

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Tim O'Reilly reports on the labs, companies, and garage projects changing the way we live. Page 13

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Reports from the world of backyard technology, including a cockroach-controlled robot, high altitude glider, student-built cyclotron, Vee 9 solar vehicle, robotic CD burner, coffee mug ramjet, and more. Page 14

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Hacking robot toys is all in a day's work for Natalie Jeremijenko. Dale Dougherty trails the UCSD professor for a day of fun at the races, transforming toy robotic dogs into environmental avengers. Page 22

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Revisiting, revamping, and reusing forgotten technology. Tim Anderson describes the homemade solutions he saw on a recent trip to Nicaragua: hand-pedaled bicycles, reused school buses, horse-drawn carriages, sock coffee filters, and ancient cooling systems and water filters abound. Page 30

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Lego: the ultimate prototyping material. Seriously. Page 36

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Geeks gather together for an evening of DIY fun in our first-ever mini MAKE Fest at the O'Reilly Emerging Technology conference in 2005.

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A DIY project is a design challenge that can best be described as a set of patterns, just as Google remade the web with a new kind of language for getting what we want from a web browser. Page 39

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It's more fun to make a laptop bag from an old wetsuit than it is to buy a new one. Page 40

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Renaissance hacks by the father of all geeks. Page 43

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Build a simple high-definition video recorder and beat the Broadcast Flag. All you need is a $10 antenna, a $175 decoder card, and some free software. Page 45

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After fitting a full-featured wireless PC system into an old Atari 2600 case, you can watch movies, surf the web, and play hundreds of retro games. Page 50

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Even though the Atari 2600 is one of the oldest game consoles around, it has a vibrant homebrew scene. Page 85

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Produce and syndicate audio interviews you record online, on the phone, and on the road. Page 86

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With a few spare parts, you can turn an old computer mouse into an amusing robot. Page 96

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Restore an old guitar amplifier and make it sounds as good or better than the day it was made. Page 110

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Hack your couch to give you a kick in the pants: attach bass shakers to your furniture to round out your home entertainment system. Page 119

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Pump up the volume with a portable FM radio station. Page 122

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A simple wiring trick derives center channels. Page 125

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Who needs a "smart" thermostat when you can trick your dumb one into lowering your heating bill? Page 126

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Input a special code to disable Macrovision and play DVDs from around the world. Page 127

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With iStopMotion, making Gumby is less pokey. Page 129

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A simple, lightweight timer circuit triggers a shot every minute. Page 130

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Video from still camera zoom. Forget jerky teleconferences; put a real lens on a 90s era webcam and you've got something. Page 133

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Enhance your iPod with a Linux upgrade. Page 135

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Getting laptop-like functionality from a PDA. In fact, leave your laptop at home: use a T3, loaded to the gills with powerful applications. Page 138

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Your mobile device can play video and music stored on your home computer. Page 140

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How to add a power switch to an external drive without one! Page 141

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Make a teleprompter with a laptop, a sheet of glass, and some scrap wood. Page 144

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Three kits that got me started in the glamorous and fulfilling world of robotics. Page 145

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Customizing a self-winding Seiko. Page 147

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Retro-gaming joystick easily converts into full Commodore computer emulator. Page 149

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Games, music, movies, photos, and eBooks, all on this versatile little device. Page 153

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If your retro-gaming skills ain't what they used to be, fix your joystick buttons. Page 154

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Play music and vids on a PSP (even Mac users). Page 156

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The galaxy's most lovable robot inspires its fans to clone him. Page 160

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Step-by-step instructions for making your own PCBs at home. Page 164

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Make a marshmallow shooter. Page 172

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The best tools, software, gadgets, books, magazines, and websites. Page 174

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Where makers offer praise, brickbats, and swell ideas. Page 184

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Twenty-two years later, people still love the TRS-80 Model 100. Page 186

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Why digital rights management kills innovation. Page 187

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It's easy to forget that access to potable water is considered a luxury for much of the world. Page 188

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Solving proglems, fulfilling wishes. Page 190

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Good as gold. Page 191

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