Although this is an article on hardware, I'm going to be using software to probe it. This is from a 32GB HP Touchpad, though the 16GB should be the same, barring the difference in storage.
What you will need:
I recently purchased this Commodore 64 on eBay in a bit of Retro nostalgia. Bring on the C= hacking!
This is a nice item that I found today at Princess Auto... A grey box hiding on the bottom of a grey shelf. The phrase "Demo Kit" caught my eye, and I had to take a peek inside. I was blown away by the beautiful innards, and I just had to have it.
I haven't used earbuds in a long time. They either fall out of my ears, sound like you're listening to music through a tin can, or even (in the case of the ones that go in your ear) hurt.
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This is my new Freeduino, which I purchased as a kit from the fine folks at the AlphaOne Hackerspace table at QuahogCon 2010.
What I Did:
I took a Cellboost IPR3 that was otherwise destined for a dull life of providing power to an original iPod Shuffle, and converted the cable normally used for charging it into a USB-A-to-2-pin cable using the cable from an old computer case's hard drive activity light. (Using the cable is a bonus for me, since this cable has been kicking around the junkbox for ages.)
Here's what I gained (physically) from QuahogCon 2010 (in no particular order):