Server Cabinets

Originally this was the Novell server at Kentson when I started working there. When it came time to dump it, I thought it was too pretty to throw away. So, my friend George helped me put on a handle, some

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Pro wrestling class

This page is really only for family and friends. It won’t mean much to most people. If you’re one of those, move on. There’s lots of other stuff on the internet to look at. The only reason I don’t block

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Unix Clock

This is my first completed Arduino project. I kept searching the net for a Unix time* clock to buy and I could never find one. So I made my own. It displays Unix / Epoch time in decimal and hexadecimal.

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Book Folding

Book folding is the art of folding pages in a book to make a picture. The cool thing is that you’re not cutting anything and the pages can be unfolded to restore the original book. The first time I saw

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Sandisk Stonefish

I found an old Sandisk SDDR-05 flash reader. A co-worker made a disparaging remark about it being white so… I always thought it looked like some creature with glowing eyes. It might have been designed to look like that, but

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Techie Coat of Arms

I did this one well over a decade ago. Parts are pretty simple – an old AT motherboard, two mice, dowel rods, and picture hanging hardware. I’d make more, but these days, motherboards are more square than oblong. I’d like

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Dirt!

For many, many years, I’ve visited my friend Dale at least once a week, mostly to play with his kids. And I always bring dessert for the evening. One night, the kids griped a bit when dessert wasn’t up to

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