Computational Frisbees

A frisbee with computing power in it. This bloke is mental. Funny as hell in his descriptions, though. And he wrote some very cool Sharp Zaurus software. Regarding the frisbee, he says at one point:
“128 bytes of main memory may not seem very much (this workstation has 56 MB), but the computational demand of a frisbee is relatively light and workstations cannot usually stay airborne long enough to replace frisbees despite their superior processing power.” Har! ——-

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