Ford Prefect writes: "If you're British, you'll know what BBC Radio 4 is. And if you grew up with it then moved abroad, timezones are a problem. Especially if you've moved to the eight-hours-out Seattle. So, with a Raspberry Pi and a 1970s Roberts radio, I built a solution. Which, in some space-time continuum-collapsing temporal loop, promptly appeared on Radio 4 itself. Oops! Assembly instructions, source code and pictures included for any expats wishing to build something similar..."
Ford Prefect writes: "80,000 votes, and 4000 mods to choose from — but visitors to the popular Mod DB have spoken. So, fresh from the weird and wonderful world of game modifications come the 2006 Players' Choice Awards, complete with cash and hardware prizes from a variety of sponsors. (Disclaimer: I was fifth. So without further ado, I'd like to thank my family, my agent, blah blah blah blah blah...)"