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hpr0911 :: Hobbies

Mr X talks about hobbies he's had over the years

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Hosted by MrX on 2012-01-27 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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A show about the hobbies I've had over the years

The Secret Life of machines videos by Tim Hunkin, originally broadcasted in the UK in around 1980

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Small Yaseu FT 817, Multi Mode Hf, VHF and UHF transceiver 19:00

Base Station Kenwood TS 940S, Multi Mode Hf Transceiver 19:00

Amiga 500 Computer

Beginning Ubuntu Linux from novice to professional

Linux Pocket guide

Wicked cool shell scripts

Raspberry PI, micro Computer for $35


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Comment #1 posted on 2012-01-30T14:22:46Z by Deltaray

The Secret Life of Machines

Oh MrX, you're my hero for mentioning The Secret Life of Machines. That show was excellent and is a great example of how different documentaries where before Discovery channel sold out in the mid 90s to the "Least Common Denominator" model of documentaries. I think the episode called "The Radio Set" is one of the best, and should be especially interesting for hackers.

You'll find yourself in good company with Tim and Rex.

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