Monthly Archives: September 2014


I’m Still Here!

Wow, what a whirlwind!

In the past four months I’ve abruptly changed cities, changed careers, and wow have I been busy! Aside from some moving pains, I’ve never been happier! Quick update:

  • I moved from a city with ubiquitous transit to one where I literally could walk to work faster than take transit, this resulted in my need for a car that works 100% of the time; I bought a Subaru station wagon because horizontally opposed engine.
  • I’ve seen more national parks in the last two months than ever before in my life, and I might even try camping at some point in the near future.
  • I’m participating in a Duathlon this coming weekend as the cyclist on my team, and I built a bike up from scraps for that task.

I have a few posts in the works and they’ll get published eventually, just sit tight!┬áThe Scott 222C has been a completed project for a couple years now, I just need to get the article wrapped up. I’ve started tackling the restoration/retro-modification of a TV-7A/U tube tester, there’s a post coming up about metrology in electronics and why meter specifications matter, and finally the Tektronix 7854 ROM repair is ongoing.


Keep your stick on the ice!