Creator of 64NET, a shoe phone, the Serval Project and MEGA65.
This user joined on 04/17/2016.
Commodore canned the Commodore 65 computer at the last minute 25 years ago. We are now recreating, completing, and extending this unicorn's horn of the 8-bit computing world. At 48MHz, it is already the world's fastest C64 compatible computer.
After a disaster, in the middle of nowhere, or out of cash? Why should your mobile phone stop working? The Serval Project is all about getting smart-phones to form distributed infrastructure-independent networks, anywhere, anytime.
Why should Maxwell Smart have all the fun? So for a church camp themed on the movie, I built a working shoe phone, and proceeded to wear it into the USA post-9/11 (with all the necessary permissions, of course). Here it is at 30000ft.
... which ran on two 6502 CPUs with 8KB RAM each. This was quite the "interesting" introduction to embedded systems programming when I was still at school.
64NET was created in 1993 when I was 17 to interface PCs to Commodore 64 and 128 home computers, so that they could use the cheap bulk storage of pre-loved PCs.
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