In the distant past, I made an effort to get various virtual world vendors to attempt to interoperate, such that various virtual worlds could be interconnected.
That would have been cool! Unfortunately, the competetive landscape ended up not supporting such an effort.
Here's a copy of the IETF draft that I posted at the time:
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The "opus" codec performs pretty well across a wide range of bit rates. When doing voice chat over the internet, or streaming music, or even including compressed music for a soundtrack for a game or other application, it is a pretty reasonable choice. Especially since it's free, as in beer!
I recently changed the password for my two non-work Google accounts. As part of that, my Android smartphone (a Samsung Galaxy II with Android 4.3) got signed out of all of its Google services, and started asking me to log in.
The kind folks at DFRobot sent me a sample of their "Nova Basic Kit" to test out.
I've turned off comments. The ratio of kudos or questions to advertising for Nike-branded male enhancement outlets has gone above 1:100, and Mollom doesn't seem to help with that anymore.
I had a hard time finding good feed and speed numbers for milling holes in plastic ABS enclosures ("project boxes.")
After a number of failed attempts, where the plastic would just melt and burr and become a mess, I found something that works for me, at least on the Desktop ShopBot at my local TechShop: