I’m building a quantum computer. Not just for me, but for everyone. Modeled after the microcomputer revolution (which took the power of classsical computers from a few large corporations and universities and put it in the hands of everyone), the goal of Q2K is to ensure that the power or quantum computing is available to […]
No regular FindDay this week due to vacation. Instead, here’s a few snapshots from the American Computer and Robotics Museum in Bozeman.
Every Friday I share the five coolest things I’ve found on the web in the last week. 1 – A sub-$100 Open-Source Linux laptop https://www.pine64.org/?page_id=3707 I’ve been on the lookout for a great Linux laptop for decades. A few years back I resigned myself to believe that the only way I would be able to […]
Last weekend I started reading a book I found in the lab titled “Microprocessors” by Rodnay Zaks. I picked it up sort of randomly to have something to flip-through during reading time. However, after reading the introduction I was excited by the premise of the book: “Microprocessors, and other LSI chips, have made system design […]
Every Friday I share the five coolest things I’ve found on the web in the last week. 1 – Homemade Liquid Nitrogen Generator https://www.instructables.com/id/Homemade-liquid-nitrogen-generator/ Who doesn’t like some good-old-fashioned homemade liquid nitrogen? Perfect for cooling your superconducting electromagnets on a hot summer day! 2 – DIY Segway https://www.instructables.com/id/Rideable-Segway-Clone-Low-Cost-and-Easy-Build/ Remember the $8,000.00 Segway scooter? Build […]
First stop is the Dodge County YMCA. DONOR-1 will be appearing in the lobby through the month of May, 2017. Fifty-cents a game, come on down and take it for a spin! If you can’t make it to the YMCA we’re lining up additional events now. I’ll post times and locations as the information becomes […]