Big turn-out last night! We had a little bit of a hardware swap session, geeked out about everything from Esperanto to the TrueCrypt debacle, then played with ham radio stuff in the parking lot afterward.
Here, Frogman is trying out a trackball on an android tablet while browsing 2600.com, and it works great.
Frogman brought a $1 thrift store USB diskette drive for me, since my old one got "permanently borrowed" and I've been itching to pore through some old stuff.
We also had another old-timer show up after close to 15 years away.
All in all, a great night.
We're not really sure what's going on next month, as 2600 night falls on Independence Day. I wouldn't count on a productive meeting, but if you show up, maybe some others will be there. If I have nothing else going on, I might show.
Join us on Friday, December 6. Bring your projects and questions. As always, there's a standing key-signing arrangement for those who wish to exchange and sign crypto keys. So far, it doesn't look like we're going to have a dedicated topic, but there's always guaranteed to be something interesting discussed.