Bricolage Collective has released a new compilation album featuring one of my music tracks. Please show your support by checking out the album which is available via BandCamp.
From Bricolage’s BandCamp page:
Volumes 1 and 2 of our various artists compilations spanned all corners of the globe and provided some fantastic sounds. For Volume 3 we’ve stayed closer to home and delivered a substantial range of tracks that are all products of Scotland. In sticking with the theme of the previous compilations, the sounds are as eclectic as ever. Music from Alpha Skies, Dreamland Fantasy, Nova Noma, Gregor Garnutsi and many more.
A page for Image2BBC, the BBC Micro image conversion software, has recently been created on Facebook. For the latest news and updates, please visit https://www.facebook.com/Image2BBC.
I have released my 3D model based on the TARDIS from the BBC television series Doctor Who. My model is based on the Brachacki version of the TARDIS that was featured during William Hartnell’s tenure as the first Doctor.
The model can be downloaded from <a href=”http://www.turbosquid.com/FullPreview/Index.cfm/ID/833552″ target=”_blank”>TurboSquid in Cinema 4D format.
I’ve added new links to some of my articles from The Crypt Mag. The articles are:
- General Computing – PrimoPDF
- General Computing – Windows Easy Transfer?
- Image Processing Algorithms – Part 6: Gamma Correction
I’ve made available one of my 3D models of a chest of drawers via the website TurboSquid. The model is in Cinema4D format.
Click here to be taken directly to the model’s page on TurboSquid.
General computing articles written by me have been added to the Articles section. The following articles have been linked:
- Antec ATX12V Power Supply Tester Review
- Auto-Adjustment Tip For LCD Monitors
- CPIME: Cantonese Phonetic IME
- File Shredders: Are Your Files Really Gone For Good?
- Free Font Editor For Windows
- U3 Smart Drives: How To Stop The U3 Software
- Windows Vista Sidebar Not Working Fix
- Windows Vista Update Problem With Kaspersky Internet Security
- Currently all these articles are published exclusively by The Crypt Mag.
This is actually an old review of one of the previous incarnations of my Image2BBC utility (a.k.a. BBC Micro Image Converter), but I thought that I would add it anyway. You can read the review here
If you are easily offended be warned that there are some nude pictures at the bottom of the review.