The Jem Report has some interesting articles on the story behind wireless network drivers in Linux. The gist of things is that many of the wireless cards are using FPGA’s and secondary processors which have their software loaded at runtime, which makes writing your own drivers harder.

News.Com.AU has a story about a camping experience in Kangaroo Valley that is somewhat more refined. Run by Extravacamps the tents are carpeted and heated, and they have power.

And The Register has is detailing some PCI cards that make HDD’s read only for forensic analysis.