- Classic Computing
I think it's a blast to play with old computers. Here's a list of some
of my favorite resources.
- Interactive Fiction
Interactive fiction (aka text adventures) have been a favorite of mine
for a long time. It was the middle to the end of the heyday of Infocom
when I first got into computers. I made several abortive attempts to
create my own before I discovered that people created languages
specifically for interactive fiction. Detailed here are my doings in
I've long had an interest in how telephone systems work. Though I missed the keyday
of phone-phreaking, I have maintained an interest in that practice. This project page
details my experiments and tinkering with blueboxes.
- P112 Single Board Computer
Have you ever wanted to build your own computer? No, I'm not talking
about plugging parts together. I'm talking about getting a board and a
bag of parts which you solder together. The P112 is a single-board
computer that uses the Z180 (Z80-compatible) microprocessor that will
run CP/M or a similar operating system.
- Arcade Games
I've always been a fan of arcade video games from their beginnnings to
around the early 2000s. Here I document my tinkerings in that arena.
- gEDA Symbols
Here are some schematic and PCB symbols for use with the Open
Source electronic design suite: gEDA
- Minimoog Clone
I'm trying to replicate a Minimoog Model D.
Link to my Gitlab repositories.
Link to my Github repositories.
Useful scripts I've written that you might like to try.