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Cracking the DSDT code

Kind of. I’ve mentioned before that I’ve been poking around in the DSDT tables from the Toshiba, in an attempt to figure out what’s going on. 278 more words


From the Cosmos to the Cubs

Over the past few years I’ve been craving a big challenge, a renaissance and reinvention. I’ve explored a multitude of careers and disciplines to venture into . 1,178 more words


The Craft of Usable eHealth

On the surface, usability is simple. “If the user can’t use it, then it doesn’t work at all”, as Susan Dray likes to say. But what does that mean in practice? 1,038 more words


HCI Elects New Board Members

Healthy Communities Initiative (HCI) is a substance abuse prevention coalition serving the counties of Burt, Cuming, Stanton, and Madison. The board meets three times per year and is made up of community leaders from the four counties representing 12 distinctly separate sectors including: youth, parents, business, media, schools, police, religious or fraternal organizations, civic or volunteer groups, minorities, health care experts, state, local, or tribal government agencies, and other organizations involved in reducing substance abuse. 134 more words


AnemoneStarHeart EEG / ECG visualising device at Transmission Symposium

At the end of April I spent a very enjoyable day at Bournemouth University attending Transmission Symposium: Strategies for Brainwave Interpretation in the Arts. There were some very interesting presentations, exchanges of ideas and discussion on the intersection between art, cognition and technology. 482 more words

Wearable Technology

Human-Computer Interactivity (HCI)

To any one who is computer literate and at one point has interacted with the machines.

Have you ever had a bad or a superb day with your machine? 161 more words