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  1. It's actually closer to 90 TB. And yes, there are 2 motherboards in there http://hackaday.com/2010/10/21/90-tb-drive...-storage-needs/
  2. Infiltrator, you should check this guy out http://hackaday.com/2010/08/18/drone-crack...i-from-on-high/ I believe it uses a 3G modem for communication.
  3. Every code example I've seen has been in Teensyduino, not C. He asked why it wasn't working, and I told him.
  4. Pretty much everyone on the forums is using the Teensyduino plug in. http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/teensyduino.html It includes all the files you need to get it to work.
  5. I'm pretty sure you could run what you're talking about off a Parallax Propeller. Pretty easy to learn the language too.
  6. I think as far as the rapid fire on xbox is concerned, it'd just be easier to mod an existing controller. Probably some sort of 555 circuit.
  7. I'm assuming you're talking about a teensy. Unfortunately, I don't think you could find one in any walk-in store. They are of course available on-line here.
  8. If you know the router you want to try it on before hand I reckon you can modify the payload ahead of time. But there are so many different kinds of routers out there there wouldn't be any real way to standardize it.
  9. Probably because a lot of boot CDs don't play nice on the multipass.
  10. I would be careful about sending them through the dryer. Don't they generate a lot of static electricity?
  11. Probably, but I don't know how well the Drive would function after that...
  12. Darren I had an idea for a "payload" for your ducky! Typing in your gmail password :D
  13. I see 2 obvious options here. 1) Don't get pulled over. and 2) Don't go to Baltimore xD
  14. I don't wanna say google... but... http://code.google.com/edu/android/index.html ;)
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