The GP2X is an excellent handheld gaming console, but it’s also a very versatile media player. I find it very handy at having my movie collection mobile on such a […]
Fifteen years old and the GP2X still entertains
When I first saw this little open source handheld console, back in 2006, I just knew that there was something special about it. Here it is fifteen years later and […]
New C64 Games: Shock Raid and Star Hawx
Two new games published by Richard Bayliss, over at TND; both space shoot ’em up games in classic arcade style, Shock Raid and Star Hawx!
Easy Note Taking with TDE and KNotes
Here’s a real simple way of using KNotes, in TDE, to capture information from your web browser for use in your other applications.
Using PGP Signatures With Various Web-mail Services
Here is a comparison on how a few web-mail providers handle incorporating the PGP e-mail signing and encrypting feature in their services.
A Collection of Games Specifically for Your NTSC C64
I’ve went through my collection of Commodore 64 games and have compiled this collection of games specifically made for NTSC systems.
Touch-pad Tap On/Off Switch for TDE
Here’s a process on creating keyboard shortcuts for your Trinity Desktop to quickly and easily turn the tapping gesture on your netbook’s touch-pad on or off “on the fly”.
The Sylvania Turntable Gets An Upgrade
With a new drive belt and diamond tipped stylus needle installed, my Sylvania SRCD838 “nostalgia” turntable is sounding better than ever!
Game Review: Chiller 2 (C64)
A modern perspective on a classic C64 game. In Chiller 2: The Return of the Jackal, your goal is to collect the life giving crosses to vanquish the hoard […]
My Commodore 128 has been cataloging my movies for over 30 years
Ever since the late 80s, I’ve maintained some sort of catalog of my video collection on my Commodore 128.