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  1. hi there. sorry that this has nothing to do with your post
    I reached your site after reading this post in hackaday (http://www.hackaday.com/2005/08/08/pda-sd-expansion/). since you were among one of the people commenting who seemed to have a good grasp on the technical side of the hack rather than the theoretical, I wanted to ask you, can it be done? do you know if someone actually went through with it? I’m eager to try with my bought-used ipaq 1930, 1gb sd card, and additional wifi card
    also, I noticed you went to MIT. was Marc Raibert one of your professors? I’m a good friend of his son, Matt. he also lives in NYC
    small talk aside, I really admire your work. what it represents affected me (in a good way) more than what it achieves. do you understand what I mean?


  2. hi there. sorry that this doesn’t have anything to do with your above post.
    I reached your site after reading this post (http://www.hackaday.com/2005/08/08/pda-sd-expansion/) in hackaday in which you commented. since you were one of the few who commented and actually seemed to know what they were talking about, I wanted to ask you, did someone manage to pull it off? could two separate cards (say, one for storage and the other for wifi) be hooked up to the same connector and work simultaneously?
    I’m asking because I still have a bought-used ipaq 1930 w/ a 1gb storage card, along with an additional wifi card, and I’m itching to give it a try.
    incidently, I noticed you studied at MIT. was Marc Raibert one of your professors? I’m a close friend of his son, Matt, who also lives in NYC.
    but small talk and me asking for help aside, I wanted to say that I admire your work. what it represents left more of an impact on me than what it achieves. do you understand what I mean?


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