The sister site of the Sunbow Marvel Archive, dedicated to the digital preservation of scripts, storyboards and other production material from 1980s animation. This is an unofficial site which has no affiliation with any company responsible for the commission or production of the cartoons depicted herein.
A somewhat silly website that talks about recently discovered 0-day vulnerabilities.
RSS feed: https://0dayfans.com/feed.rss
A blog that just posts numbers station-like recordings.
My name is Adam Wilson. I’m an embedded electronics engineer by trade, and for the past few years I’ve been collecting, repairing, and restoring vintage computers in my spare time.
I’ve finally got around to creating my own website, in order to document all of my repairs and restorations in an accessible fashion for anyone who may be interested.
Homemade circuits was started with an aim to share and spread the knowledge of electronic concepts freely among the aspiring engineers and newbies, through the expertise of experienced authors involved with this site.
The online world is flooded with multitude of electronic websites offering free electronic circuits and stuffs.. but unfortunately there's one thing they mostly seem to lack, and that's credibility. An electronic idea is not just about publishing a piece of schematic and forgetting, or posting something too technical without an elaborate and convincing explanation.
Here at homemade circuits, unlike others we make sure that the author who is writing the post has an in-depth knowledge regarding the subject, and actively responds to every comment or query posted by a inquisitive visitor. In this site you will find that no electronic concept is unnecessarily made complex just to make it look more advanced. We always try to produce an easier alternative if feasible, so that even a layman can feel inspired to learn more.
Complete.Org is a personal project managed since 1994 by John Goerzen. Here you can find: John Goerzen’s projects, services hosted here, links, and other things.
If you have an interest in the Commodore 64 (C64), SX-64 and Commodore 128 (C128) and all the various hardware that comes with that, like 1541 disk drives, modems, 1702 monitors, etc, then the Commodore Computer Club and Users Group is for you.
We also discuss the Commodore Amiga, VIC-20, Commodore 16 (C16), Plus/4, CBM PET and even the C64 Direct-to-TV (C64DTV) designed by Jeri Ellsworth. If it’s Commodore related, we discuss it at our meetings.
The goal of the club is to have monthly meetings and discuss cool things that are still happening in the scene as well as share project ideas or concepts and to inspire each other for new ones.
In May of 2011 we started the Retro Computing Club as a “sister” club to compliment and cover other vintage computers like Apple, Atari, IBM PC, Tandy, Texas Instruments, Macintosh and more along with video game consoles like Nintendo, Vectrex, Sega, etc.
Like any self-respecting user group, their resources page is well populated.
C64OS.com has grown from its original purpose as an outlet for me to blog about my adventures in learning to code in 6502 and my progress towards the development of a simple, single–tasking, event–driven operating system. It is growing into a resource for new and returning users of the Commodore 64 and 128 to find out about all the great new things being developed both in hardware and software. The aim of C64 OS is to work with the limitations of the Commodore 64 and enable it to become useful.
If you’re here, you must be seriously lost. I’m sorry for your misfortune.
That said, if you’d like to hang around a while and see what’s here, then feel free. But be warned, I’m pretty damn good at wasting other people’s time. Also be advised that without the burden of an editor I take far too many words to describe anything since electrons are free. Hmmm…I guess this paragraph is an example in and of itself. Verbosity rules!
A blog of neologisms cataloging emotions unique to the twenty-first century.
A new site, blog, and wiki for all things Raspberry Pi.
The International Anthropomorphic Research Project’s (IARP’s) public information hub, studying Furries and their fandom, increasing understanding and decreasing stigma.
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