The information you’re looking for is probably somewhere in the Projects section. You can also check out the Blog for the latest news and some of my rants.
While you’re here feel free to look around and check out some of the things that I’ve been working on. If you like what you see, leave a comment and let me know.
If you find some dead links, please accept my apologies. I lost the contents of the site a while back and I had to restore and partially recreate it and some pages may simply still be missing. I will be adding content here periodically and will eventually address this.
Thanks for visiting.
Let me read your mind… You’re here for the following…
Since I was able to forsee this moment, I prepared the following links for you. Enjoy!
This is the largest selection of JAMMA adapters you’ll find anywhere. I’d also like to think that these are the best adapters out there while still being the cheapest. Have a look at what others offer and compare these to mine, and I think you’ll agree.
I’m moving. Actually I already moved in April, but the process has been ongoing for a while, since January to be exact. There have been no posts or updates to projects since I don’t have a lot of time to focus on that at the moment. The new place is about 4 hours away. It’s …
I live in Canada. Unfortunately the arcade market in Canada is pretty weak most of the time, so to get all the good stuff I have to buy games from the US every so often. Most eBay users that sell internationally from the US, are “encouraged” into using Pitney Bowes’ GSP program for shipping abroad. …
They lost my site again. Hilarious and sad at the same time, because I just made a number of updates and I thought that I made backups along the way. It turns out that the backups I made stayed on the VM and were not all downloaded to my home PC. I normally keep a …
I am a software developer by trade, with some background in electronics. I like to tinker with different things and build stuff in the garage. I have a large collection of video games, for several consoles and a pile of arcade pcbs. I also collect and repair vintage audio gear and synthesizers. I like to make music, and while I’d like to think that I’m good at it, the truth is that I still have a lot to learn. I’m also a licensed pilot and own a couple of motorcycles.
What I like to do is combine these skills to create something useful. Sometimes I’m successful, sometimes not so much. Life tends to get in the way and being a scatterbrain doesn’t help.
I created this site to document and organize my projects, and make them available to the public. It is quite possible that you may find something useful here. It will most likely revolve around the interests I listed above.