[conspire] Gumstix at the BALUG March meeting
jim at well.com
Sun Mar 4 18:17:09 PST 2007
possible application areas include robotics and
other areas that are the domain of embedded
systems. Hobbyists are part of their market.
my interest begins with the low power requirement--
to what degree can these gizmos be used in remote
On Mar 4, 2007, at 5:27 PM, Jose Medeiros wrote:
> Hi Jim,
> Just out of curiosity for what practical purposes would you use such a
> small computer with out video out? From what I can tell, there only
> appears to be a Flash slot, Ethernet port and possibly a USB port.
> Although the commute if far from San Jose, the drive might be worth it
> for the Chinese food. If I recall your group was the one that handed
> out the T'shirts that stated " Will code for Chinese food ", back in
> 1998 or so?
> Warm Regards,
> Jose Medeiros
> On 3/4/07, jim stockford <jim at well.com> wrote:
>> Gordon Kruberg (CEO) and Craig Hughes (CTO) of
>> Gumstix will be speaking at the March BALUG meeting
>> (March 20, drinks at 6:30, dinner at 7:10, speakers
>> around 8).
>> Gumstix ( http://www.gumstix.com/ ) makes very
>> small form factor computers with linux installed. Come
>> to the Four Seas restaurant ( http://www.gumstix.com/ )
>> on Grant near Sacramento and check it out.
>> Dinner is $10 each, all you can eat and tasty.
>> Bay Area Linux Users' Group (BALUG) has regular
>> meetings on the third Tuesday of each month at the
>> Four Seas restaurant in San Francisco's Chinatown.
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