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Feb
26

How to install LineageOS

Every time I install a custom rom on my phone I gather the info I need from around the web. Compiling it here for myself and anyone who might find it useful. This only applies to my Nexus 6! To start with some…

Feb
20

Multiplayer gaming back in 1999

Multiplayer gaming back in 1999

Feb
20

My old Commodore 64 setup

My old Commodore 64 setup This is somewhere in the late 80’s. Seeing I bought my Amiga 500 while I was still in school and I did not get my Commodore 64 till I started school this must be between 1986 and 1988.

Feb
18

Bought some G4 handles as backup

Bought some G4 handles as backup Seeing the G3 handles are brittle and rare I decided to buy some G4 handles to serve as a backup.

Feb
16

Blue and White G3 towers, not well packaged

Blue and White G3 towers, not well packaged The 2 Blue &  White G3’s arrived but sadly the seller did not package them well and they arrived with the lower handles completely smashed. This is the first time ever that I had a…

Feb
14

Just bought a Blue & White G3!

Just bought a Blue & White G3! A small step towards my first hackintosh.

Jan
26

CyanogenMod is dead, long live LineageOS!

CyanogenMod is dead, long live LineageOS! Just installed the first nightly, so far looking great, good to have tap and notification light control back again, also with root not being there I got no complaints with the Google Play app, good stuff! Main…

Jun
8

Hard Off find of the day

Hard Off find of the day A mint looking, fully working Wacom Bamboo tablet in the spare parts boxes at a local used goods store. Shop by asked me if I was sure I wanted it as the pen did not work. They…

Apr
13

HD vs SSD, iMac Mid 2011

HD vs SSD, iMac Mid 2011.

Mar
25

Treated myself to a second hand Kindle

I treated myself to a second hand Kindle My latest second hand find. 35 bucks, mint looking, 2013 Kindle. In the UK I would never buy this as you can find dirt cheap second-hand books everywhere. Here in Japan, it’s rare to find…