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As a consequence, I was asked if I would do a show on slide rules, and this is it (after a rather long delay).
I have written out a moderately long set of notes for this episode and these are available here
In the episodes hpr1037 :: Soldering Part 1 and hpr1047 :: Soldering Part 2: An audio demonstration of soldering, Mr X inspired me to get into soldering.
It's easy and if audio isn't your thing there is always the SOLDERING IS EASY complete comic book.
It is also the first time I record a podcast with a portable recorder. It has the virtues of being both easy to tie and untie; most notably, it is easy to untie after being subjected to a load.
Klaatu reviews the RPG card game, Dungeoneer, especially concentrating upon solitaire play.
If you're keen to play, you'll want to use Klaatu's re-write of the official rules, or his re-write and touch-up of the unofficial solo rules.
Neither of these are unique in themselves, but Klaatu humbly believes that they're a lot easier to comprehend than those online or in the box.
In my show 1664, “Life and Times of a Geek part 1”, I spoke about using a slide rule as a schoolboy.
Not for people like me, who already learned the nooks and crannies and make productive use of several of what might be misfeatures, but to lower the threshold for people coming to our software projects and whatever other source code we are managing.
TL; DL: A short true tale of what I store in my (small) freezer, mid-October 2016. green beans Mangold/Chard Blackcurrant Broad beans The following is partial copy from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bowline "The bowline (/ˈboʊlɪn/ or /ˈboʊlaɪn/) is an ancient and simple knot used to form a fixed loop at the end of a rope.