A USB driver and bootloader for the
AT91SAM Atmel ARM chips. This looks like a generic HID device,
so no kernel-mode Windows or Linux driver is required. I have
included a sample `application' for the bootrom to load,
and linker scripts and makefiles to build for this part using
A tool for generating paper templates to make rectangular logarithmic horns.
Math routines (16-bit signed multiply
and divide) for any Microchip PIC16 processor.
A toy switchmode power supply, with
all-digital control (using an ATtiny micro with a fast
PWM peripheral and a software control loop); includes pictures.
Another on-screen ruler
I use this to do terrible things like scaling off a PDF. It works
in either pixels or arbitrary scaled units. You can constrain the
way that the points move, in order to transfer measurements and do
other things that you might do with a straightedge and dividers.
a tool to force whatever's on the clipboard to plain text. When I
copy some text in a modern application (web browser, spreadsheet,
etc.), I also copy its formatting. This means that when I paste
that text in to some other document, I paste the formatting
I typically don't want this; I just want the text. This tool solves
my problem. Whenever Clipforce is running, any formatted text that
is copied to the clipboard will automatically be converted to plain text.
And other trivia.
Jun 2007, Cambridge