Spring cleaning is over.
I have finished redecorating.
It took me some 3 month the convert all 240 pages to HTML 5 and Twitter Bootstrap.
I even worked at it from the pool side on our latest holiday.
From now on I can start creating new content again! I've got plenty ideas for new projects. Now I only have to find the time to build them.
B.T.W. That's not me in the picture. It's one of the cleaning ladies who has helped me clean up this place.
For years I had an alarm clock on my bedside table.
Recently this clock has moved to my wife's side of the bed.
And when I wake up in the middle of the night I have to raise myself to see what time it is.
I could have bought a ready made alarm clock for about next to nothing.
But where's the fun in that?
That's when I decided it was time to build a clock myself. It doesn't have to be an alarm clock, I only want it to tell the time. Why not build one from 4000 series CMOS chips? I have plenty of those laying around doing nothing for over 30 years.
Well, here it is , my brand spanking new CMOS clock, entirely build with parts I had in stock. I didn't have to buy a single part for it.
The SB-Assembler is a free cross-assembler, which can be used to create programs for a large variety of micro processors and micro controllers. Version 3 of the SB-Assembler runs on any computer which is capable of running at least Python 2.4.
This is where you'll find the some of my electronics projects. Feel free to browse them for some ideas or use the projects as they are if you think they are useful to you.
Long before the invention of the USB-bus I wanted to connect multiple devices to one serial port.
That's when the SB-Bus was born.
It allows me to connect up to 125 devices to one serial port.
My way of keeping this site alive.