A life of corporate servitude took over and I rarely picked the guitar up since 2000, it's very rare I do as I become frustrated that the muscle memory faded and the chords to songs are lost somewhere in the old noodle.
... with the lockdown restrictions easing somewhat allowing friends/family to bubble, it seemed like a good time for friends to visit whom I'd not seen since lockdown began. It was either that or join the gazillions on Bournemouth Beach!
Janice loved being prepared in all walks of life, plus we both have a love of flying. We found it was easier than we thought to undertake Boeing-737 flight training. She often thought about what would happen if the pilots were struck with a medical condition because... they too ate fish.
I was fortunate enough to be working in Pune at the time of Dewali (about 4-5 hours drive from Mumbai), when one of my team invited me to their home to experience genuine Indian food and hospitality.
I’ve been processing some old video that I hadn’t looked at since I took it, and the quality isn’t that great in many cases, but something I’ve been putting off […]
One of the Team a gentleman called Calvin had been on the client site for a while and was a regular at Dallas Zoo, so much so that he was granted privileges the normal paying public didn't normally experience, and one weekend he invited me to join him and explore what they had to offer.
Today is just a little light relief to help distract from the dental pain I'm experiencing since this start of lockdown.
We're going to cover off some of the common issues you may experince with a new RetroPie installation and how to fix them.
Given the focus and media attention on data breaches over recent years which have affected probably most major names you’ve bought something from, why do companies still find it so difficult to educate customer services staff on safe ways of handling customer queries and complaints?
You've built your RetroPie system, but SegaCD doesn't work out of the box? Here's the solution.
Bored with Lockdown? Why not spice things up by building your own Retro Gaming Machine for the home? Today's Blog shows how to do this using the latest Raspberry Pi-4b and RetroPie.
The so called "Dental Hubs" don't really exist as I found out...
There's something satisfying about watching the little robot dance around the table and paper and it's relatively quiet. You will need large sheets of paper for the robot to draw on.
I contacted my bank where the transaction was linked to PayPal and explained the situation. They were very helpful and advised, yes, they could raise a chargeback, however… having looked into the transaction the funds taken from my account were via Direct Debit and not by Credit/Debit card and as such there is not protection whatsoever for this transaction. They were very apologetic.
Being cautious, I didn’t want to pass a stranger my home address (it could have been a scam), after taking some details from him, I called our local police on 101. After a two hour on-hold message, I spoke to a helpful lady on the control desk, who took some details and managed to find the original crime reference number. She understood my concerns and promised to call me back after speaking to the gentleman.
In the demonstration, I'm going to use the Oliver Twins amazing "Wonderland Dizzy" a game they have donated for free as part of unreleased software they created over 20 years ago for the NES.
The project takes a short amount of time to build and configure a raspberry pi Zero and retroflag GPi case to become a handheld retro gaming device kids and adults love.