Monthly Archives: September 2010

Jeremy Savage

Design Snack: The Science of Color

09.28.2010 by Jeremy Savage

By now we have all hopefully heard of the two different color systems: CMYK and RGB. But why are there two? If you had to choose one to use, which would you pick? I could quickly tell you the easy answer, CMYK is used for print and RGB is used for displays, but there is actually a science as to why each system is necessary.

Chris Fleck

The Taming of the Kernel or, If Shakespeare Needed to Cross-Compile Linux

09.23.2010 by Chris Fleck

Sing, o muse, of man and the machine

the trial and err of misguided questing

to bring the works of Linux to new homes.

Dave Hershey

Real-time Operating Systems (RTOS)

09.14.2010 by Dave Hershey

What is an embedded Real Time Operating System (RTOS) and how can you best utilize it for your next development project?

Chad Schneider

HSA’s and medical devices

09.07.2010 by Chad Schneider

Has the Health Savings Account affected consumer’s spending habits? Is that affecting the design specification for consumer medical devices?