People have seen me on @ZeroPage Homebrew not so long ago. I usually hate hate seeing myself in photo/video. But overall I think that show went OK and I've re-watched myself in that "episode/show". It went OK; I think I made an interesting interview subject. Anyway, I just stumbled on this photo of myself, which is actually one of my all-time favourites. Here I am in the middle, with a couple of motorbike riding buddies -- deep in the bush/outback in Tasmania a few years back. Just don't cro
I was forwarded an email by First Star Software the other day, somebody asking for a copy of Boulder Dash. I wrote back, telling them (and FSS) that Boulder Dash was dead. I hadn't picked it up for almost a year. Anyway, as things happen, I just browsed briefly through the code and played the binary... and was pretty impressed. I found a small bug, fixed that... and next thing you know I've added a look-around scroll... and thinking about a few other things I wanted to complete. So it's not
Not content with fame in 2600 circles, I'm also a "name" in calculator collecting. I appeared on Australian television today, and my brief segment can be seen at http://www.abc.net.au/tv/collectors/segments/s2663201.htm -- so if you wondered what I look/sound like, have a peek at the 3 minute segment on my Soviet Calculator Collection.