On how to build a cheap astro imager using a raspberry pi
A verbal tour in situ of one of the two brochs of Glenelg
An account of the first time I saw a solar flare with my own eyes.
Using the Joule Thief to suck energy out of flat batteries
I have a look at a cheap solar panel and learn a bit about how it works, and doesn't work.
A show recording using every microphone I had to hand.
This is a story of a laptop with two power problems.
Being irrational is rational.
Bad disk rescue - tragedy or happy ending?
A discussion about assembling books using simple tools commonly found in most linux distros.
Discussion with the people that created the Pictor radio telescope.
The metric of a 2D curved surface
Klaatu and mcnalu talk through what open and free mean in roleplaying games.
A layman's explanation of the mathematical concept of metric.
Impressions from my first attendance at FOSDEM.
I got a new, old computer for Christmas - an Acorn BBC microcomputer model B.
Beni comes to Scotland and talks to Andrew about Slackware 14.2, a year after release.
How to coax a windows-only steam game to work under steam in GNU/Linux.
A ramble about stars, by a geeky chap who resides on planet Earth.
Kevie and Andrew release TuxJam episode 33 1/3 as an exclusive to HPR on how they got into Linux
A review of some astronomy software, as used on the planet Earth, by a geeky chap.
Andrew Conway presents TuxJam episode 31, a special for HPR
A personal view of the Universe, as viewed from Earth, by a geeky chap.