you found my outdated page. You would think after having my own site for what, at least 7 years now that I would know something about making a website. Ha! My specialty is still the hardware side of it all.
EvilTechMonkey? Well, because it was hard to
come up with something
I think I will try to get in here and add more content. Once in a while I like to write and I can write to some length. Not book length mind you, just article length. Check out my latest (as of May 2012) on Apple.
and at least here I can say how I really feel about Micro$oft
<insert evil laugh here>.
More than 90% of what you find here has been done in Linux with
programs like VIM, the Mozilla Composer and NVU. The only exception
"Concert" link and
the original page layout. Though I am sure the page layout was probably
done from scratch. I am
gradually reworking that as I learn more.
The following links are random things I've done. You'll find power
supply modifications, watercooling, and other generally geeky stuff
including other pictures of my computers and perhaps even things
details a little trick I learned from a fellow geek. It involves wiring
a water pump directly to the power supply switch of a PC so that when
the switch is flipped the pump is running before the computer is even
on. Of course you can do the same trick on a non-switching power supply
but it would involve having the pump running as soon as you insert the
Caution, more highly antiquated crap! "Oh, the
will bring you a short review done on my 256MB Ultra II Compact
Flash card from Sandisk. All I can say is it's fast! I would recommend
the Ultra series or any other "high speed" series flash cards to camera
gets you to another of my longer rants. This time about the annual festivities that come at the end of the year.
can only be described as complete geek. Really, how many
people like taking pictures of their computers? Updated as of August
2005. I will eventually rework it! I think I will leave the original page for the history and humor and create a new machines page.
another one of my toys. An indoor bike trainer that
interfaces with the computer for quite the workout. Check it out if
you're a cyclist. I look forward to using it for at least the next few
winters. And so it is, I barely use it. Not because I don't want to, trust me I do. Having a wife, child, house, and a million projects reduces my time with my toys. I really really want to get back to cycling a lot!
The other links point you to a few sites I'd recommend. Userfriendly.org is
simply one of the best geek comics available. Of course that was before 2006. Now it's all about XKCD!
is an Oregon based company specializing in watercooling products for
computers. Air1 is an
awesome Christian radio station that is available all over the U.S. and
around the world via their site.
Enjoy the content.
If you have
questions just send them to none other than
gmail DOT com.
Obviously not everything works just yet. This page is very much a work
progress!! Click around, explore, and don't tell your parents. More
Ha, I used to own a Mac Mini and I was even excited about it. Man, that thing was boring. Except for maybe that marble game it had but really, that was it!
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