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Hey, Borland BGI works just as well on PC-98 DOS as it did on regular DOS. Which is to say, agonizingly slowly.

An Italian hobbyist linked to my HB-101 weblog entry. He has fantastic taste, also importing a red Sony HitBit HB-101.

In the thread, the importer complains that Buyee put so much packing material in the box with the MSX that Italian customs thought he was predominantly importing _packing material_, and he was taxed accordingly.

Crazy Dutch guy Wiebe Wakker finished his journey from Amsterdam to Syndey in a custom built #EV, bringing no money of his own with him and relying solely on people's hospitality and generosity on his way.

Congrats!!

twitter.com/WiebeWkkr/status/1

youtube.com/channel/UCk_uRJaXO

#Cleantech

The HB-101 looks super weird without the keyboard installed.

Fwd: FW: In God We Rust Show more

me: working from home gives me the opportunity to focus on tasks free from the the distractions of a noisy office!

brain:

TROUT

TROUT

LET IT ALL OUT

THESE ARE THE FISH I CAN DO WITHOUT

SALMON

I’M TALKING TO YOU

SALMON

me: cool never mind

maybe the reason that open source UI is so bad is because programmers are expected to work for free and designers arent :blobcatthinking:

Great news! The correct VRC7 patch set is finally known!

A debug mode was found for the VRC7 chip, and Nuke.KYT used it to make the first dump of its instrument set.

siliconpr0n.org/archive/doku.p

here's the Thinking Rabbit logo for no reason. boost it

Step 1 in running an effective Japanese train business: get all your trains jammed into one station where they can't go anywhere or do anything for weeks.

Step 2: are those little cows?

At last, dual Goteks in my PC-8801mkIISR. Too bad I need to design a new adapter to use both at once.

XD60 is finally assembled. Time to modify the firmware to make the LEDs cooler and also support the Amiga.

Ever since I was a little kid, my upgrade goals have been the same: the MicroMac LC Power WorkStation.

YouTube’s algorithm sent me this gem of a channel this morning: Nybbles and Bytes. It’s one of those PBS-style retro computing shows like Explaining Computers except for two very important differences:

1. The focus is on low level software programming on retro computers

2. The host is a trans femme

This is literally new new favorite channel and I hope anyone interested gives her a subscription because support our family!

youtu.be/m2ssNXhEsIc

IM MAKING FUCKING MAC AND CHEESE AND NONE OFYOU CAN STPO ME

Screw trying to fix the camera, let's just lock it rigidly to the back of the vehicle. This is so much better. Why didn't we do this in the first place? Was it a course requirement?

I remember the shadows were required. I did such a terrible job on them. They're so bad.

I got my (very old) university group project game running again on a modern computer. The camera is still just as bad as I remember.