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A Portal Port Programmed For Platforms Of The Past

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If you still have a Commodore 64 and it’s gathering dust, don’t sell it to a collector on eBay just yet. There’s still some homebrew game …

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Linux Fu: Turn a Web App into a Full Program

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I hate to admit it. I don’t really use Linux on my desktop anymore. Well, technically I do. I boot into Linux. Then I do about …

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The Complete Beginner’s Guide To Building A CNC Machine

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Despite appearances, This Old Tony’s latest series has little to do with CNC-ifying an Etch A Sketch. Although he certainly achieves that, more or less, automating …

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Many Uses For A Single Button

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When building projects with a simple goal in mind, it’s not unheard of for us to add more and more switches, buttons, and complexity as the …

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Thrift Store Razor Scooter Gets More Kick

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Beyond pride, the biggest issue keeping adults off small motorized scooters is the fact that their tiny motors usually don’t have the power to move anything …

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Ken Shirriff Explains His Techniques For Reverse Engineering Silicon

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When it comes to reverse engineering silicon, there’s no better person to ask than Ken Shirriff. He’s the expert at teasing the meaning out of layers …

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The Filament Pelletizer For Fused Granular Fabrication

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The ABS and PLA that goes into your 3D printer is sold in two forms. The first, naturally, is filament. The second is plastic granules, the …

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Editing GameCube Memory With A Raspberry Pi

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James has been working with GameCubes, emulators, and Animal Crossing for a while now, and while emulators are sufficient, he’d like to play on real hardware. …

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Apple II Megademo Is Countin’ Cycles and Takin’ Names

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The demoscene is an active place to this day, with enthusiasts around the world continuing to push the envelope as far as the capabilities of machines …

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Yet Another Restomod Of The Greatest Computer Ever

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The best computer ever made is nearly thirty years old. The Macintosh SE/30 was the highest-spec original all-in-one Macs, and it had the power of a …