There are two kinds of people in the world: those that like keyboard shortcuts and those that don’t remember endless lists of keyboard shortcuts. My wife is the latter, while I am the former (CTRL + LFT ARW). I would like to think that this proclivity of mine is borne out of a desire for greater efficiency. Sarah just thinks I’m OCD, and she’s probably right.
That brings me to the topic at hand.
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I says to my wife, I says:
Dear, this new project is going to bring tears to your eyes, it’s so cool!
She’s shaking her head and says to me:
Oh, I’m crying alright.
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Most people know me to be cheap. How cheap? Well, I somehow see the logic in buying a broken USB mouse on eBay in the hopes of fixing it, rather than paying full price for the mouse new. Don’t laugh just yet. I fixed it.
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My friend Lynda has this stereo whose display quit working.
Continue reading “Stereo light fix”
Remember CueCats? They were the nifty personal barcode device that advertisers were going to use to taylor market to your personal habits and tastes. It was the hardware version of spyware. Well, it failed miserably .
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I got a email from a guy in response to a post I put on VisorCentral. He had a broken Thin Modem (Springboard module) — the phone connector had come off.
Continue reading “Handspring Thin Modem Repair”
A good friend of mine had a beautiful old radio in his attic. He was good enough to let me have a crack at restoring it to working condition.
Continue reading “Guild Spice Chest Radio Restoration”
Matt accidentally dropped his Visor Prism and it can’t get up!
Continue reading “Handspring Visor Prism Touchscreen Repair”
In August of 2001, I got real gutsy. How, you ask? Well, I decided to take a geek-like plunge, and disassemble my Visor.
Continue reading “Handspring Visor Memory Upgrade”