Monthly Archives: July 2006

Listen to me.

At Dobbs’ request, I donated a track from my (unreleased) album “You Are Not Dead” to a worthy cause. Follow his blogathon here – benefits go to Sweet Relief, a charity benefiting ill or disabled musicians. Please, donate. This is … Continue reading

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The Punch Below the Belt

In conjunction with an acquaintance of mine, Jonathan Rouse, I’ve made available this US government pamphlet about the Japanese tactics used in WWII. Update: Alan White had these interesting thoughts about the pamphlet: “The date of publication is 1 August … Continue reading

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The FPCoA’s Efforts to Develop Low-Cost, High-Gain Antennae

Strapped for Internet, I’ve resorted to hacking discount Scandinavian kitchenware into makeshift WiFi gear.

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