I’m trenching a ditch. I’m hoping to run a few 25-pair telco cables, some fiber, a few coax cables, 240v power, 120v power, natural gas and perhaps a few cat-6 cables through it. Assuming the authorities approve, of course. .
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If we keep this up, you might.
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While working on my project for the Spring ’10 “NLP on Mobile Devices” course, I put together a PocketSphinx ndk build. You can pull it down from my git repo: $ git clone git://colliertech.org/colliertech/PocketSphinx.git I haven’t written any of the … Continue reading