A while back, some of you may remember that I entered RetroChallenge 2021/10. I was somewhat successfully at a rebuild of the GeoCities Archive, also known as The Archive Team Geocities Valhalla, and managed to host it on … Continue reading
The Assembler Games Archive – Work Notes
For anyone else who has the Assembler Games archive, I thought I’d just leave up some notes on what I did and what issues I had while putting it all together.
I’ve since taken down my mirror as I … Continue reading
General Electric Model 4665 AM/FM Radio – Part 1: Overview
There always needs to be a starting point. And this is where we are starting. An overview of the … Continue reading
Caps The Game: Sonic The Hedgehog
A fair amount of these are originals from the mid-90s when I picked them up at the local newsagent. I’ll … Continue reading
Stray and Every Day Life
Recently, there’s been more tumbleweeds than posts. I’ve moved house. That took a lot out of me. The old landlords had decided to sell. I’d be … Continue reading
Netcomm Roadster II 56 Ultra (AM5693) Serial Modem Unboxing and Disassembly
This is my favourite modem so far. Is it the breakneck speeds it can provide? Is it the blue … Continue reading
Fever in 2022!
It was late Wednesday afternoon, I was at work. It was boring. Sniff, sniff. Allergies? Hopefully. Fast forward 24 hours. Fever! I was under attack by a foreign body. Temperature peaked at 39.5°C at which point I ruled out allergy … Continue reading
NetComm AutoModem 2400 – CONNECT 2400
A very brief video of the NetComm AutoModem 2400, model AM1500 dialling out at 2400bps to my Acer AcerModem 56 … Continue reading
Avtek MegaPlus V.32bis – Carrier Detect
Success! The handshake completed and we have carrier detect active. I’m not quite sure what speed we’ve connected at, but we … Continue reading
High Dynamic Range (HDR) Video Upgrades
Just a quick little update. I’ve started using HDR on videos now, fairly consistently. They should really pop when viewed on hardware has HDR support. I’m noticing the change from non-HDR to HDR far more than I used to.
I’m … Continue reading