1. Old School Road Runner
5. Fusion Brain
1. Road Runner!
3. Mobilephone.net (Lambosprit)
4. PDC (RobbyBMW)
In no order:
frodoplayer (Old & Dead, but still historically important)
Carnetix p2140 (Powers Mac mini, usb control, customizable)
m1-atx (kicked off the car computing revolution!) (now look at m2-atx hv (12-24 volts, newer design)
Edited per heather's request to include one product. 12pm.
He he, slap on the wrist for Fiber.
Couldn't you have just shouted that across the office?
1. LinuxICE for its potential
2. open source Road Runner for its potential that never happened
3. xPort3 for solving a very elementary problem
4. Capture! for sheer enjoyment and security
5. iGuidance UMPC for porting to mobile computing and being finger friendly
2.5" Hard Drive 80GB Samsung 5400RPM
256 MB DDR2 PC5400
Xenarc 700TSV - VGA Monitor
Intel D945GCLF Motherboard
2005 Honda Civic
I'm assuming he counts because he's a forum member here and the devices he creates he does so for himself first...and then offers them to anyone who wants them...Mitch!!!
1) Mitch's Audio Selector box - totally saved my bacon and got my CarPC switching audio sources reliably!!
2) Mitch's SC-C1 Sirius interface - Simple and elegant
3) Mitch's HDRadio cable for the Visteon receiver
4) Fusion Brain - totally agree with others...the potential here is nearly limitless!
2003 Lexus SC430 - Black with Ecru. VaisTech & NavTool with Centrafuse integrated into factory nav screen (hands-free Bluetooth, Voice Command, mp3's, videos, HD Radio, Sirius Sat. radio, DVD, Internet, & digital gauges (via OBD-II)), & LuxLink module.
5. iG QWERTY (Can't wait for iG 09 support... )
The best resurrected frontend I've ever used, period.
Is it a bit narcissistic to rack up my own programs in spots one and two?
4,5) OBDPro, OBDLink
The OBDPro works with *slightly* less hassle out of the box, and the OBDLink works *slightly* faster out of the box, so it's hard to claim one is noticably better than the other; it all depends on what you want