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Liquid Prompt is an adaptive, smart prompt for Bash and Zsh. It can display various useful information on the shell prompt, only when it's needed, like the battery status when it's discharging over a given threshold, an up arrow if using an HTTP proxy, the number of detached sessions (screen or tmux) and more. Liquid Prompt can be configured so if you don't want certain information to show up either because you don't need it or because Liquid Prompt simply displays too much of it for your taste, you can easily disable some info from showing up by editing its configuration file. Here's some of the info Liquid Prompt may (depending on the configuration and if it's needed in a given context) display :
I made a twitter bot that checks every hour for someone who has asked the question, “Why do homeless people have dogs?” and automatically replies, “Because a dog will love you even though you are homeless.”
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The outer shell for Pingbot was designed using Autodesk's FREE 123D 3D modeling software. It took me about a week of fiddling around with the program and referencing the tutorials before I got the feel for it. Once I had a handle on the basics, I chose a material and created the final model.
Want to build an RGB LED controller that you can program with your own custom sequences and effects? Then read on. The RGB LED controller has proved to be very popular project and has been the most frequently downloaded code on the site since it was made available.
The BT module comes preprogrammed with the following settings: Device name: linvor Baud rate: 9600 PIN: 1234 You can leave the settings as they are or change them with a serial adapter. For more info see: http://wiki.openpilot.org/display/Doc/Serial+Bluetooth+Telemetry
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If you create something with Arduino and put it out into the world, there is no well-established link to the source. If you personally made the device, the source can get lost over time.
A quick note on Gobetwino: Gobetwino is a program that you can download for free online. It uses Arduino to control Windows programs.
At the EDGE Lab in the Digital Media Zone, we are trying to design a custom keyboard for children with disabilities in order to make typing more exessable. Many of the children simply cannot work a standard US keyboard. The buttons are too close, the buttons are too hard, or the layout is really confusing for children.