May 2009 Archives
I've been playing with the camera functions and particularly network streaming. But then I decided that rather than start up a video client, it would be quite nice to have the camera output embedded in the desktop background.
In my previous post I talked about objects and categorised them as:
- Network Objects - software and module functionality
- Cortex Logic Objects - pure software
- Device Objects - external hardware devices
Now there is actually a feature of some network objects that is quite nifty, but conflicts with the categorisation above.
The DFP has been around for a while now but I haven't got round to writing much about it.
Looking back I realised I never talked about some of the fundamental concepts in Cortex. This is the first of what will probably be a series of articles to explain some stuff.
I originally started this in April 2008 but ironically didn't get round to posting it. So I was interested to see a recent article on the BBC site covering a similar topic.
Anyone else getting fed up with the increasingly generalised mathematical innumeracy?
Ever woken up in the early hours very hot and convinced the heating must be on?