This is how I fixed corrupt video files from my dash cam after an accident
I describe how I managed to eliminate pain from carpal tunnel syndrome and osteoarthritis.
I read a paper I wrote about the ethical issues of renewable energy and conservation efforts.
I talk more about my hobby with retrocomputing, and then Greensleeves.
A brief introduction to RAW photography, the Darktable application, and then sheep may safely graze
I discuss why and how I stay safe when working with electricity, with some ear candy at the end.
I got a Wacom tablet to use with my Pinebook, and then share my thoughts on the recent DMCA takedown
I discuss the hobby of retro computing in this episode.
I talk about my thoughts on Income Life insurance, and then we listen to some Chopin
Meet my new computer, a Pinebook Pro, as I explain my rationale, unbox it, and set it up.
A fine treat to satisfy your earholes.
All four movements of Vivaldi's Four Seasons, celebrating the Creative Commons license
I go into my reasons for using NextCloud, what it is, and why you might want it.
I go briefly into my own history that has lead me to choose open source software exclusively.
Join me as I develop my first roll of black and white film since over 30 years ago.
I tell you everything I know about the basics of photography
This is the final episode of the World of Commodore 2019 mini series.
An effort to produce royalty and copyright free versions of Frédéric Chopin work.
In this seventh episode, Greg returns to tell us how he got full video playback on a Commodore 64.
Greg Naçu presents to us his new operating system to the Commodore 64
A presentation by Jérémie Marsin of Double Sided games.
Randy Rossi's presentation of his Github project on bare metal emulation of the C64 on a Pi 3.
A presentation by Dr. Richard Immers, author of "Inside Commodore DOS"
Glen Holmer explains how he got Linux running on a Commodore 64.
In this first episode, I interview exhibitors and members at the World of Commodore in 2019.