Where to start with the last few days. Why not here! The RetroChallenge 2022/10 results are in. Looks like I nabbed the Grand Prize. Not too bad.
SuperNick also got a place, congratulations! SuperNick won the Australian Computer Museum … Continue reading
The Australian Ibis is the best bird wandering the streets. It overcame adversity and now excels at being a hunter on Sydney … Continue reading
I really don’t like small fans. Dreamcast, looking at you. Then again, I’ve added small fans to things in the past. Right Netgear DG834Gv5… Continue reading
In this video we’ve taken a first-gen model Raspberry Pi and use it as a radio transmitter. … Continue reading
A Macintosh Classic! What a great platform to test GeoCities. No, just no. Stop right there. No way. Let’s dig a little … Continue reading
shanE v1.01 was compiled for the Sega Mega Drive sometime in February 2016. I was supposed to write something about this over five years ago but it apparently got away from me.
shanE v1.00 (above) is pretty simple, I edited … Continue reading
Lots of people I know like retrobright. I’ve never really liked it, seems too much hassle for too little return. Above is a before shot of the modem. Note at this stage the modem had some extensive accidental damage … Continue reading
Ah yes, the Mickey Mouse watch from my childhood. It broke down a long time ago and never got repaired. As it turns out, these watches … Continue reading
I can’t believe it worked. I switched from Prolific PL2303 to an FTDI FT232RL USB to serial cable which was recognised natively by the … Continue reading
I found some images of DIP pinouts in my “Desktop” desktop folder. Why does one need a desktop folder on their desktop? It’s like a dumping ground for things that sit on my desktop too long but I can’t bring … Continue reading