OzTiVo - Toys, Tools, Hacks and a Community
This is the story of how several hackers in Australia reverse-engineered the TiVo's operation, how they modified it for Australian conditions, and how they have been able to make the device friendly to non-hackers.
I am a lecturer at Bond University, Queensland, teaching such things as programming, networks, system security and operating systems. I've been using Unix, BSD and Linux since 1982. I'm also the founder of the Unix Heritage Society, whose aim is to preserve as much history about Unix development as possible.