We all know that IBM made computers, keyboards, typewriters, and printers. But what about bells and dictation machines? Continue reading An IBM Bell?
Last week, a classmate got into a heated argument with a professor about why Mac OS X (now macOS) is superior to Microsoft Windows. This isn’t the first (or last) time anybody involved with CIS or IT will hear this argument, as it’s almost a weekly argument. I’ve been wanting to write about this for a while now, and I feel it is a perfect time to write. Continue reading Mac vs. Windows: The Showdown
One of the first ThinkPad-branded things I acquired was not a computer, but rather a ThinkPad case. Continue reading ThinkPad Computer Case
Moving into my University has completed, among some other updates.
Site Update: I do know that the menus on the main website are incorrect. I’ve got rid of the Site Map as it hasn’t been updated in a while. I will be working on the slow and tedious task of updating menus in my spare time. Continue reading Update – 9/12/2017
On August 25, I found out that Dave Clarke – reporter for the Star Courier who wrote the “boiler sighting” articles – has officially retired. I’d like to wish Mr. Clarke a great retirement!
With college starting in a week, it is time to turn my attention towards what will (hopefully) become my primary mode of transportation around campus and town… the 1981 Free-Spirit Pinnacle road bike. Continue reading Pinnacle Update: “Mini-Restoration” Begins!
One of the joys that kids and adults have enjoyed for decades now is that of video games. Thanks to the installation of an emulator, I rekindled the old good memories I have from video games I enjoyed as a young kid. Continue reading Video Games: My Experiences
From 1985 to 2017, Microsoft Paint has played a role in everyone’s life. Whether it be defeating boredom or doing the bare basics of graphic editing, most who have used a computer have also used MS Paint. Continue reading RIP Microsoft Paint
The (first) moving process is finally over… now just have to wait for the next moving process to begin. Continue reading Update – 7/21/2017
I’ve been doing some more work on the website, primarily finishing up the Kewanee Boiler section and toying with some different design ideas. Continue reading Website/General Updates: 6/12/2017