This Fuzebox thing seems to be pretty cool… I would get one, except I’m no good with a soldering iron (or with hardware in general… I consider replacing a PC’s memory a monumental task :-).
It reminds me a bit of Pandora… which is another interesting-looking device for retrogaming, and supports Amiga emulation, among other things.
Alternatively, one could get an Asus EEE and install some emulators on it. That may be my best bet if I want a portable C64.
Anyway, there sure is a lot of cool stuff coming out these days…
I’m bored… Does anybody have, or know of, interesting open source projects I might be able to contribute to?
I would be mostly interested in moderately-sized Python projects, I guess. (Although I won’t necessarily rule out other languages like Scheme and Ruby.) Also, nowadays I work mostly on Mac OS X, should that matter. If you have any suggestions, please leave them in the comments.
(So far, most of my contributions to OSS have been personal projects that I made available under an open source license. But I haven’t really contributed significantly to existing projects initiated by others… I want to fix that.)