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Today I die: The End of 32-bit & the Struggle to Preserve Digital History

While it is debatable if there ever is a good day to die, today is a good day to write about the loss of digital history and a very special game / project.

The World in Words (Pick of the week)

My pick of the week is The World in Words. A podcast about languages and the people who speak them, hosted by Patrick Cox.

Blood Moon (Lunar Eclipse 2015)

I was up very early (or very late) this morning to take some pictures of the lunar eclipse.

Crash Course Astronomy (Pick of the week)

Daily Tech News Show (Pick of the week)

I have followed and enjoyed Tom Merrits work as a tech journalist and podcaster for many years. First at cnet (Buzz Out Loud, Top 5, etc) and then at twit where he created the award winning Tech News Today.

At the end of 2013 Tom and twit separated and Tom created Daily Tech News Show (DTNS).

Martin’s History launched

I have just launched my new project: Martin’s History – a blog for people who love history. Check it out. I had a lot of fun setting up the website and hopefully people who enjoy history will like it as… Continue Reading →

TekThing (Pick of the week)

TekThing is a weekly Video Show about tech and YouTube channel. It features tech news, reviews, interviews and how-to segments, with an emphasis on viewer questions.

Mad Balloonz (Pick of the week)

A group of developers that I know have released a fun multiplatform game. Mad Balloonz follows the tried and true formula of “easy to learn, hard to master “. The concept can easily be explained in four bullets. You have… Continue Reading →

Dear Internet, Stop trying to guess what I want – Part 2

I wrote the original text and posted it to Google + about three years ago. Some things have changed: Mobile websites usually don’t look so ugly anymore. More websites let me choose the language or the mobile vs. the desktop version. Some have… Continue Reading →

Tablets & Notebooks – Things I have learned

I have bought and used lots of notebooks for over 15 years and many tablets in the last 4 years. This is what I have learned.

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