Courtesy of Barry, the rabbit revisited

Posted by Jason Roe on Jul 16, 2010 4:00:41 AM


This blog post is part of my blogging for 365 days series.

Easy version control for Linux RabbitVCS.

I met the Broderick's Brothers last week while I was going a bit of freelance work.  I got a chance to sample some of the bars and left the rest in with the lads in the coworking space on Lower Mount Street. As usual, we ended up talking about web stuff and @barrybroderick directed me to their website. When I was poking about, I found this video and it made me laugh :)


Free Books, Take em of leave em!

Posted by Jason Roe on Aug 18, 2008 5:59:24 PM

I seen a post by Laura about a cool book swapping thing. It reminded me that I have a bag of books (they WEIGH a TONNE) that need getting rid of! Before I do .. Before i go to this book swap thing I would like to offload some of them :)

So going for FREE are the following gems.. Please drop me a comment or contact me.


Some people, need no introduction or thanks!

Posted by Jason Roe on May 15, 2008 3:26:23 PM

Well that may or may not be true, but I thought it would be an intresting post. Being honest, Im not sure why this came into my head today.

There are some people online who I would like to say thanks to...


Linksys WRT54GS Hanging or Crashing? Try DD-WRT

Posted by Jason Roe on Mar 15, 2007 5:24:49 PM

I have been having a lot of trouble with my home network as of late. The problems all started when I hooked up my new Linksys WRT54GS ap/router about 3 months ago. I heard great things about the WRT54G but I did all of the usual homework before I made the purchase. At the time, all of the official sources seemed to have gleaming reviews. Maybe I should have looked a bit deeper.

It seems the original versions of the WRT54G (v1, v2, v3) was the cream of the crop allowing owners to hack them to their hearts content. It turns out my Linksys was one of the later editions to the rage (WRT54GS v5.1). What they didn't say in the reviews was how the WRT54G has devolved into what can only be described as a crippled elderly anorexic snail. The device started out life with 32mb ram and 8mb flash and devolved into its current state with 16mb ram and 2mb flash. Maybe this was for cost saving, power or a change in target market, being honest I don't really know.

That being said, the router worked OK for a while. Then after about the second month, something strange started happening. My WRT54GS started dropping my wireless connection at random intervals. You can imagine how frustrating this can be!


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