We’ve amassed a little collection of vintage computing hardware over the years — some owned and some acquired. On the shelf behind my desk sat an ailing Atari 800 that … Continue reading Resurrecting an Atari 800
The ’38 LaFrance was my father’s favorite truck when he was a member of the fire department, and was the in memorium engine for his last ride to the fire department … Continue reading 1938 American LaFrance, Dad’s Favorite
As much as my video captures a lovely “winter” Sunday on the Monterey Peninsula, it is also a test piece for my newest piece of kit — the GoPro Suction Cup. … Continue reading Peninsula Drive, Safely
“First Day” is a true story about my first experience as a daily commuter on the Chicago, South Shore & South Bend Railroad on November 16, 1992. For nearly five years, I rode the South Shore 86 miles from South Bend, IN, to work at the University of Chicago.