I collect old electronics called boatanchors.
I'm interested in radio, telephone, and radar equipment used in World War II, particularly
in Kodiak. I'm interested in all sorts of military history in Kodiak.
If you want to know more about me personally
this might give more than you ever wanted to know.
I've seen a lot of simple electrical puzzles, but this
Resistor problem seems to trip up a lot of knowledgeable people.
Sometimes simple grammar seems like it's a lost art. When I went to high school, we were
slapped on the wrist with a ruler if we got these wrong. So when I see English mistakes sometimes I
(Warning: there is some humor in here too. See if you can tell the difference.)
When I'm not playing or sleeping, I am involved in a local electronics company called
One of the things we do at Aksala is operate a radio site on Pillar Mountain in Kodiak. There
are a lot of radios there and to help sort it all out I wrote this little
intermod program to calculate
I've learned a few things about HTML in creating these pages.
a little bit of a help file.
The Kodiak Arts Council and others produce live shows
in Kodiak, more recently at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium.
I have listed some
older productions .
Scotland's best kept secret until now!
24,000 square feet, 100 feet underground, the Secret Bunker was only taken off the
Official Secrets list in 1993. Visit the Secret underground nuclear command bunker
and discover the twilight world of the Government Cold War.