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Yoshihito Nishioka - Live Ergebnisse, Resultate, SpielerstatistikYoshihito Nishioka (jap. 西岡 良仁, Nishioka Yoshihito; * September in Tsu) ist ein japanischer Tennisspieler. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Karriere; 2 Erfolge. Yoshihito Nishioka (Japan) - ATP Platz 56 - alle Spielstatistiken, Weltranglisten-Platzierung und persönlichen Informationen aus dem Jahr - Tennis - kicker. Yoshihito Nishioka ist bei Facebook. Um dich mit Yoshihito zu verbinden, registriere dich noch heute für Facebook. Anmelden. oder. Registrieren.
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Wozniak Achievement Award for this and I got to meet Steve. This was my first magazine article okay, my only one.
It covered using laser printer toner fused to copper boards and etched at home. Gernsback Publications sent me a Christmas card.
The prize was an Epson FX80 printer. It was dot matrix and pretty cool at the time. The prize was an Atari XL computer. Star Raiders on the Atari is still one of the best playing video games.
I used a technique I found by disassembling "Super Rabbit" Basically, it was an unrolled loop. This was broadcast on CATV but we weren't subscribers.
Later, it was enhanced to use an extended 80 column card and double hi-res mode so more colors could be used. Magnetic Card Reader Used a magnetic card reader to read the stripe on my new driver's license.
The article I sent to Risks Digest mailing list has ended up all over the net. It's just the same information that is printed on the front.
Wrote a little drawing program. Not very useful, I suppose. But it was an interesting exercise. Short Audio Clip Player Built a short audio clip player into an old radio.
Plays "He's dead Jim" catchphrase from Star Trek. Programmed with an infrared remote control sequence which can then be used to turn power receptacle on or off.
Wired using a piece of a surplus pcb that was designed for something else. Programming in PostScript is an interesting way of thinking.
Yes, I probably could have used Excel, but where's the fun in that? Designed and etched my own pc boards.
I built an emulator so I could program custom messages from my computer. Allows data download from a computer serial port and has battery backup. Someone showed me how to build a sided figure.
I expanded it to sides and also built a different sided figure. Not very difficult, but I like the way this was put together.
Uses software from LIRC project www. Rooster Napkin Holder Corrugated cardboard frame with glued on dried beans, corn and macaroni.
Painted and shellacked. Pooper Scooper Class assignment was to invent something. This was appropriate because we had just gotten a dog.
Wood with metal hardware. Aluminum foil and plastic bread bag from defunct Co-op grocery store Berkeley. Wooden Safe Built to keep valuable possessions from nosy little brothers.
Plywood with metal hardware. Abus pin and tumbler padlock. PCB drawn with rub on traces and etched by hand. Hand lettered cardboard front panel.
Function Generator Built when I couldn't afford to buy test equipment. From May Radio-Electronics article. Based on XR function generator IC.
Catapult Wood with metal hardware. Pinewood Derby Cars and Pine with metal hardware and plastic wheels. Decorated with acrylic paint and stickers.
Indicates an early fascination with magic. The top hat didn't turn out as desired. Fabric with polyester filling. String fasteners and felt features.
Wooden supports. Paper and Elmer's glue. Skiing Magazine Cover Took a good picture on Mount Bachelor in Oregon, and decided to make it look like a magazine cover.
Transparent overlay and old magazine. I built it out of milk cartons. The doors weren't water tight, so it didn't work.
But I recently found the boat I made to float in the canal. Wine cork, toothpick, cigar can lid. Europe August slideshow.
Paris April slideshow. Washington DC November slideshow. On the flight deck with the Bay Bridge and San Francisco in the background.
Japan August slideshow. More summer homes of the rich. The Breakers Vanderbilt summer cottage. Alan with Manhattan in background. Inside the Statue of Liberty.
Statue of Liberty with Manhattan backdrop. Statue of Liberty from below. Tokyo November Imperial Palace. Tokyo Tower souvenir pin.
Tickets to observation deck. West 46th and Broadway. Parking elevator engineers like neat machines. Alan in Conan O'Brien's chair.
Another Conan O'Brien shot. ABC sign on Times Square. National debt clock. Microsoft blue screen of death on West 42th Street. Looking down from the Empire State Building.
Close up of Macy's on Herald Square. Chrysler Building from the Empire State Building. They wouldn't let me take any pictures :- Christmas tree at Rockerfeller Center.
Robert Indiana on Sixth Avenue. Central Park Fountain. Alice in Central Park. Joan Miro in MoMA sculpture garden.