Funky fun with computers, #1

This sounds like fun!

Whistle while you work: Use the open source sndpeek program and a simple Perl script to read specific sequences of tonal events — literally whistling or humming at your computer — and run commands based on those tones.

I can just imagine the “Star Trek XXXIV: Superfluous” movie scene now, with the brand spanking new Enterprise, the NCC-1701-ZZXYZ.

Lieutenant Atad: Snognilk on the bridge!

Captain Dracip: Commander Rekir, set the auto-destruct sequence on the main computer, quick!

** Commander Rekir begins whistling the tune from “Bridge Over The River Kwai” a.k.a. “Colonel Bogey March” **

About dreadpiratepj

I have been goofing around with computers since May 1978, when I was about seven years old. For the past decade, I've even managed to have people pay me for this! Suckers! :-)
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