Shuffling bits for fun and profit(?) Last time, we got the F18A physically repaired and running off Veronica’s power supply. Things seemed to be
One step back, two steps forward. If you’ve been following this Put-An-F18A-In-Veronica drama, you know that we had some very light early successes, followed
THIS IS FINE. After the incredible success of our last bit of work on Veronica’s F18A, I was very excited to get started on
Do not go gentle into that good night. Just when things were starting to go really well on the Put An F18A In Veronica
Testing the limits of my desire to repair. What’s this? Is that my elliptical machine on the operating table again? How can this be?
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. With our recent success in remembering how to do address decoding, it was
Bridging The Gap As you probably know if you’re the kind of person who follows this blog, the 6502 CPU (the 1970s chip around
Making improvements to a tool we built A while back, I built a couple of smartphone mounts for tripods, based on a design that