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Life Size Katamari Ball

I want to share my latest project with you today. This project was the brain child of a friend of mine, Chris McInnis, owner of Über Cool Stuff, and all-round super geek. ( He, being a huge fan of the

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Update to my Museum and Art


I’m on vacation this week and have found a little time to update both my computer museum (Tandy, and PC accessories) and some of my art pages. I am currently working a 3.5″ floppy disk art project and am in

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IKEA Hack – Custom Computer Case

IKEA Computer Case

I just added a new page to my Projects page. I built a multi-computer transcoding computer and used IKEA parts to make it. Combining a laundry hamper and two computer desk parts, as well as some wood and various other

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Added three Projects

Philco 37-610 Antique Radio Project

Hi all, I’ve added three of my projects to the Projects Menu. My antique radio cabinet iPod dock. This project took a while to complete, but it’s done now, and works great. It currently lives in my dining room. you

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More Vintage Computers

Atari 410 Recorder

I’ve been working at photographing my computer collection over the last few days and I’ve added most of the Atari and Commodore machines to the Computer Museum page. Check it out if you are interested in taking a closer look.

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Added Vintage Computers

Atari 800XL

Hi all, I’ve spent some time today taking some glamor shots of some of my computer collection. If you’re interested, take a look at some 8-bit Atari computers and accessories. I’ve added the Atari 600XL, the 800XL, the 300 baud

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New Computers for my Collection

I’m pretty excited right now! I was able to add some new computers to my personal computer collection this weekend, at no cost. It’s always fun to find these lost treasures that for the most part are destined for electronic

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