Monthly Archives: February 2011

Personal Archiving Talk And A Visit To Ace Monster Toys.

I was recently in San Francisco for Personal Archiving 2011, which was held at the Internet Archive. I had the pleasure of seeing the scanning facility there, meeting with the amazing staff — including the designer of the Scribe scanning … Continue reading

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Singer Librascope, Glendale, California 2011

Southern California – infamous for entertainment, fake-faced hedonism, fast moving garbage. That fantastic apparition emerged from the carcass of the military-industrial complex. Near my workplace, a building had its facade ripped off – and inside was a king-hell war factory, … Continue reading

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My Family Builds

This video makes me proud on a number of levels (though pride is an insufficient word, here). 1. Both my brothers are excellent storytellers. 2. Mike is an excellent mechanic. 3. My whole family – brothers, dad, mom, sister, nephews, … Continue reading

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Daniel Reetz in the New York Times

So, uhh, I/my project made it into the print edition of the New York Times today, February 10th. Page C1 – Arts: https://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/10/arts/10innovative.html?src=twrhp I am proud to be called part of the “dark matter of innovation”. I must correct one … Continue reading

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Casio EX-series Stereo Shutter Release/Remote Hack

Using the pinouts I described here, I made a stereo shutter release for Casio EX-FH100 cameras. Happy Hacking.

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