A Random QSO Generator
Existing Koch-method Morse code training software waits until all symbols are learned before giving a Morse code student practice with Morse code conversations (known QSOs in amateur radio parlance). The point of this program is to generate random QSOs given a subset of symbols, so that the student can gain practice with the QSO format even before they know all the Morse code symbols.
Introduction to Nintendo DS Programming is Now on GitHub
After all these years, I finally got around to releasing the manuscript.
Ever spend like 10 minutes entering a ring tone into your phone just to press play and hear it sound like garbage? I've got just the tool for you, baby.
Conway's Game of Life on the GPU
John Horton Conway devised this game in 1970. He played with it using chalkboards, checkers, or poker chips. Little did he know that we'd now be playing with it on our GPUs inside of hypertext browsers.
Are you sick of the cache included with your old Macintosh? Probably not, but if so, you can disable it with this nice utility.
Dhrystone for 68k Macintosh
Benchmark the integer performance of your amazingly powerful Macintosh Plus.
Come check out what I've done with some crazy old junk!
My books, let me show you them.
The Links are Back
The world's best Nintendo DS links are back and they are the same as ever!