I have been slowly accomplishing a long time goal of building out these pages here on my hobbies. I’ve collected a lot of valuable information on all sorts of things related to cars, music, games, tech… and I’m building out my site here as a repository of much of this info. Over the past few months I’ve added some serious info to some of my pages, but I realized they are kind of buried and not everyone is going to easily find them. You’ll find my shop manual collection, music mixes…all sorts of cool stuff!
So here are some links to the detail I’ve fleshed out on these pages…I hope someone interested in any of these hobbies finds this valuable:
All of my DJ sets will be posted here, free for download. I’d love any feedback on my music as I learn more, please comment!
My dad brought down a box he had saved containing tons of our original disks and manuals from quite a few of the hundreds of PC games we had growing up. There are some real classics in here, but as I’m recently really getting back into the Battletech universe and Mechwarrior, Mechwarrior 2, and Mechwarrior Online, I was really stoked to find these discs, manuals, and even some flyers for original VR tech from the 90’s and original MW2 Multiplayer software!
I saw this picture and comment from someone on the 2600 Facebook group. It was a pretty interesting analysis about the situation with the clock terrorist kid who “invented” a clock and brought it to school, causing a bomb scare and him to get expelled. Then he gets an invite from Obama and Zuckerberg to come to the White House an FB office. Pretty interesting analysis, but I’ll let you make up your own mind:
“As you know – my degree is in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. So, as someone with some appreciable expertise, I analyzed the “home made clock” that the kid in Irving was supposed to have “invented” and taken to school. First, it is NOT a simple alarm clock. It is a COUNTDOWN clock. Second — the kid didn’t home make or invent anything. He decomposed an already existing commercially available COUNTDOWN clock (as evidenced by the commercially manufactured Printed Circuit Board (PCB)) as shown in the picture of his device.
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