Microsoft Visual Basic, Professional Edition.Haven't even unwrapped it yet!
Quote from: cr0sh on Aug 21, 2011, 02:38 amSo, this press photo will go in my "collection" of youthful nostalgia.Speaking of nostalgia, I was cleaning out my junk today and stumbled across Adventure Quest for the Amstrad:This was supplied on a medium that some of you may not have used for a while: cassette tape:The game boasts that it has "225 individually described locations".The instruction booklet informs you of how they managed to squeeze so much gameplay into 32 Kb of memory:
So, this press photo will go in my "collection" of youthful nostalgia.
Just received the Saleae 8 channel analyzer - seriously tiny!Nice zippered storage case to keep it in as well.Nick G, Rob G: is there a trick to getting the probes on the leads? Mine keep falling off.
luidr,On the CP2102 module:Cut the Reset trace, add a jumper over from the DTR pin. Little trick picked up from Retrolefty.
I see a £ sign - Ex-Pat ??
My Saleae Logic is somewhere between here and Nasua, NH. I should get it by Saturday. My Digi wifi XBee development kit will be here tomorrow. I finally got ArduinoISP/avrdude talking to the AAG weather station, so it looks like my weekend is all set!
And after typing all of that I realized that you mentioned the digi *wifi* xbee dev kit. Sigh.
Thanks for the tip. I'll see if I can manage that. I have a pretty dull cutter. In case I mess up, I still have a use bub II from modern device.