Ed.: While we slave away on some bigger feature stories to come — just you wait, once we’re, erm, done programming — Jaymis brings us a roundup of all things goodness. Bon Appetit! -PK
Hack your Point and Shoot
Further to my Enough Megapixels/DIY time-slice rig idea: How to wire a Canon A80 for cable release. I’m sure this technique could be adapted to whatever cheap point and shoot you can get your hands on.
Control an RGB LED Array
SparkFun has an intro to Controlling LED Arrays on TCP/IP Networks.
On CDMu Peter points out the Logitech NuLOOQ, which I think will be incredibly useful for VJs and moving picture producers (as long as Logi got the drivers right). I’ve spoken to Logitech’s Australian PR rep, and apparently they aren’t yet on the Aus release schedule, so for Australian readers I’ll see if I can get my hands on some alternatives.
Canon’s new HD Camcorders
Canon have announced a new line of HD cameras, the XH A1 and HX G1, fixed-lens cousins of the XL H1. Of course DVInfo.net already have an unbeatable resource page
Josh Oakhurst Makes With the VLog
Music Video Collection
Lifehacker documents the Cordless Workplace. Strangely enough, this is my exact solution. I too use an Ikea Jerker desk (in standing configuration), and can vouch for both how much cleaner this makes your workspace, and how much happier the girlfriend is when all those cables have disappeared.