Oh, I dunno, just some guy from Sydney. Well, I've just graduated from UNSW, where I taught some classes, drunk a good amount of beer, and started the B-Grade Society. If you'd like to give me a job, please, shoot me an email — I like money.
Obviously I'm interested in tech stuff, but also music (I don't know if what I've got classifies as "home studio", but definitely some gear sprawled on a desk), art, the humourous state of Australian politics, and everything in between.
I am weird twitter.
Operating system written from scratch. Uses the seL4 microkernel.
Find out in real-time when the bus is coming to your stop. A web-based replacement for the TXTBUS service, with a few extra nice things.
Some songs I like. A "music blog" if it were.
Converts images to sound, and vice versa. Output live video to your headphones, and record live audio back as a moving image.
Originally part of an art project, where visitors could hear the live video they were seeing, modify it using a vintage Roland Space Echo tape delay, and feed it back and see their modifications warp the video in real time.
A writing project by Tina and Sarah. I designed and put together the website together at the very last minute. So, not strictly all my work, but I think it's really cute and it deserves to be here.
The answer? Usually, yes.
Bootkit for Windows 7+
On the Internet
If you want to get in touch, simply use mindlink.
(alternatively, shoot one of those new-fangled electronic messages to 'alex' at this domain)