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          15 April 2015

          And even more.

          10 April 2015

          Yep. More.

          27 March 2015

          I'll leave it as a surprise.

          14 March 2015

          Even more letters!

          22 February 2015

          Yet another lump of letters!

          4 February 2015


          18 January 2015

          Even more letters!

          13 January 2015

          More letters!

          20 December 2014

          Yup! More letters!

          14 December 2014

          You'll never guess.

          12 December 2014

          Yet! More! Letters!

          10 December 2014


          8 December 2014


          7 December 2014

          An auditory skeuomorph you've heard many times, without even knowing it.

          6 December 2014

          Have we all been killed by 3D-printed guns yet? I haven't been paying attention.

          28 August 2014


          28 July 2014


          20 June 2014


          3 March 2014


          19 January 2014


          18 January 2014

          Money for nothing.

          16 January 2014


          21 November 2013


          20 November 2013

          Not one column, not two columns, but three!

          Neil Young's "Pono" thing, encryption with random... ish... numbers, and my reply to the surprising amount of hate mail I got about the Pono column!

          3 October 2013


          5 August 2013

          Science versus SoftRAM.

          14 July 2013

          Seeing past the normal.

          13 July 2013

          More letters!

          24 June 2013


          7 May 2013


          4 May 2013

          On the h4xx0ring of p4sswordZ.

          29 April 2013

          Warfare. Aliens. Car crashes. ENTERTAINMENT!

          4 April 2013


          8 March 2013

          Noontec GigaLink N5

          Network storage box: Twenty-five dollars.

          27 February 2013


          8 February 2013

          Socialised entertainment.

          6 February 2013


          3 February 2013


          28 January 2013

          Identical voices and phantom swords.

          17 January 2013

          Yet more letters!

          14 January 2013

          Astonishingly, I just reviewed something.

          Inexpensive mouse

          It's a mouse that costs almost nothing.

          20 December 2012


          21 November 2012


          13 November 2012

          If it looks random, it probably isn't.

          2 November 2012

          A deadly mouse trap.

          24 October 2012


          Over at the blog, I just wrotea surprising number of words about a thing that makes tea.

          2 October 2012


          25 September 2012

          Pathfinding to everywhere.

          11 September 2012

          A blog post, not really a review:

          Seagate Expansion drive

          15.16 thousand megabytes per dollar.

          30 August 2012

          Grinding myself down.

          24 August 2012

          And even MORE letters!

          15 August 2012

          Yet! More! Letters!

          3 August 2012

          Stomp, don't sprint!

          12 July 2012


          7 July 2012

          Big shiny knife

          And now for something completely different.

          28 June 2012


          14 June 2012

          Welcome to my (imaginary) museum!

          8 June 2012


          14 May 2012

          What does playing video games do to your mind?

          25 March 2012


          24 March 2012

          When you have eliminated the impossible...

          22 March 2012

          Of magic lanterns, and MMORPGs

          21 March 2012

          The death of the manual.

          15 March 2012

          Holy crap, I actually reviewed something!

          USB foot pedal

          Behold: My hamburger pedal.

          14 March 2012

          Yet more letters!

          26 February 2012


          8 February 2012

          More letters!

          4 February 2012


          3 February 2012

          File extensions are ridiculous.

          6 January 2012


          14 December 2011

          In Praise of the Fisheye.

          11 December 2011


          25 November 2011

          A modest censorship proposal.

          24 November 2011


          18 October 2011

          Yet more letters!

          17 October 2011

          Stuck in the foothills.

          15 September 2011


          13 September 2011

          The newt hits! You die...

          29 August 2011

          Have you wasted enough time today?

          19 August 2011


          17 July 2011

          Yet more letters!

          16 July 2011

          Big Brother is watching you play.

          1 July 2011

          More letters!

          28 June 2011


          26 June 2011

          One-note NPCs.

          25 June 2011

          Cannibalise the corpses!

          20 June 2011


          9 June 2011


          2 May 2011


          28 April 2011

          Five trillion bits flying in loose formation.

          11 April 2011


          11 April 2011

          Game crazy.

          25 March 2011

          Anybody reading this page who doesn't already have more than enough Photon LED lights may be very, very slightly interested to learn that, this week only, everything in the Photon store is 15% off, if you use the coupon code "SPRING15OFF".

          (As usual, I get a cut if you follow my link and then buy something.)

          20 March 2011


          19 March 2011

          Speed kings.

          18 March 2011

          The daily grind.

          17 March 2011

          The triumph of niceness.

          16 March 2011

          A hundred years of EULAs.

          7 March 2011

          Yet more letters!

          21 February 2011


          20 February 2011


          17 February 2011


          12 December 2010

          Next stop: Hardware piracy.

          25 October 2010


          20 September 2010

          Steal This Education.

          18 September 2010

          Letters, and more letters!

          11 August 2010

          The shifting goalposts of AI.

          12 July 2010


          3 July 2010

          I have avoided pestering readers of this page with announcements of the last couple ofPhoton-light sales. This one's quite nice, though.

          For the duration of the US Fourth of July weekend, they've taken 15% off everything in the store, including a bunch of oddments that you might not expect people famous for high-quality key-ring flashlights. They sell excellent-quality Maha NiMH batteries and chargers, some Leatherman tools and, as they say, more.

          Use the coupon code "FIREWORKS" at checkout to get your discount. And, as usual, I get a cut if you click my link to the site and then buy something.

          21 June 2010

          No spaceship? No sale.

          16 June 2010


          17 May 2010

          500 gig per second, if we don't get a flat.

          14 May 2010

          More letters!

          4 May 2010


          4 May 2010

          On the hobby-microcontroller revolution.

          (If you hate it when I put tons and tons of links in an article, you should probably skip this one.)

          2 May 2010

          What'll be free next?

          Command-line interfaces: Nerd Skill Number One.

          15 April 2010

          Herewith, a product of considerable interest to Australians and virtually none to everyone else:

          Noontec V-9T

          The Noontec V9-T, a neat little networked dual-tuner PVR and media player of exactly the sort that big media companies want to sue you for owning.

          (Note that this device is pointless for non-Australians because its TV tuners only work with our, unique, free-to-airdigital TV system.)

          31 March 2010

          How hot is too hot for a hard drive?

          28 March 2010

          Letters, and more letters!

          23 March 2010

          You know what's wrong with episodic games?

          They're not episodic enough.

          20 March 2010

          Measuring the performance of storage devices is easy.

          Measuring their performance properly isn't.

          16 February 2010

          Forgot to annoy you all with announcement of anotherPhoton-light sale.

          15% off everything in the store, I get a cut if you buy things, I'll shut up now.

          3 February 2010

          A letters column, and another letters column!

          14 January 2010

          USB 3 enclosure and controller card kit

          USB 3 drive box. USB 3 controller card. Quite cheap. Any good?

          5 November 2009

          A new Ask Dan, all about drives.

          5 November 2009

          More letters!

          22 October 2009


          21 October 2009

          From aerial torpedoes to RoboCars.

          14 October 2009

          Another Photon-light sale!

          The US dollar's inprettylousyshape at the moment, so this could be a good time for people outside the USA to buy some stuff from the Photon factory outlet.

          The current "October Pre-Holiday Sale" takes 15% off all Photon lights, Maha batteries and chargers, and Leatherman multi-tools, which they now also sell for some reason.

          The 15% discount also applies to their expensivebutgood variable-brightness "Photon Pro" one-AA-cell light, which has been upgraded with a significantly brighter high-power white LED, in addition to its little red LED for when you don't want to lose your night vision.

          And, as usual, I get a cut of the action if youclick here and buy something!15 September 2009

          Alternate history: Of railways, roadways, 3D cards and PC clones.

          13 September 2009


          2 September 2009

          Ask Dan: ExpressCard vs PCMCIA.

          In which I figure out why it's possible to get adapters that plug ExpressCards into CardBus PCMCIA slots.

          (It's more interesting than it sounds. Well, I think it is, anyway.)

          5 August 2009


          21 July 2009

          A couple of aspects of modern computing, and modern transport, that'll seem completely bizarre to people in the future.

          22 June 2009

          A bold new computer metaphor.

          21 June 2009


          19 June 2009

          I haven't begged for money for more than nine months...

          ...so I thought I'd have a really big beg this time.

          Anybody wanna help mebuy a new PC?

          19 June 2009

          Next stop, clay tablets: It's possible to back up computer data onto ordinary paper. And it's less silly than it sounds!

          8 June 2009

          I just wrotea blog post about a couple of Australian "economic stimulus" programs which Aussie readers might find interesting.

          (My apologies to readers who already subscribe to my blog'sfeed.)

          31 May 2009


          16 May 2009

          Which kind of sci-fi super-battery should you ask the aliens for?

          30 April 2009


          (Also, mail to dan@dansdata.com wasbouncing for a bit. It's fixed now, though; please re-send anything that didn't get through.)

          18 April 2009

          Would you like to live forever?

          31 March 2009

          Ask Dan: A PC for the parents?

          24 March 2009


          13 March 2009

          In the unlikely case that you have not yet bought quite enoughPhoton lights, they've got another sale running now. The list prices for various of their products have been reduced a bit now, and there's a "March Madness" sale running on top of that, until the end of the month

          As usual, I get a cut of the action if youclick here and buy something.

          26 February 2009

          A "200Hz screen" can be any one of at least three different things.

          23 February 2009


          21 February 2009

          We're all prisoners of game theory.

          25 January 2009


          24 January 2009

          Are you going to believe me, or your lying eyes?

          14 January 2009

          Darlinghurst panorama

          I'm back frommy holiday, and yesterday wrote what almost amounts toanother flashlight review on my blog.

          (If you'd like to be automatically notified of new posts on Dan's Data and How To Spot A Psychopath, I remind you that the Dan's Data feed is here, and the How To Spot A Psychopath one is here.)

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