These pages are Copyright (C) 2011-2016 Tuomo Petteri Venäläinen <tuomoster AT gmail DOT com>
Welcome to vendu's cyberspace residence. Special thanks to Marvin 'laen' Vek as well as Frans Vek for hosting these pages. :)
Special thanks to Jeremy 'jercos' Sturdivant for organising us the domain oszero.org.
Thanks to Jamie 'JSharpe' Sharpe for some CSS and other fixes for the pages. :)
If you want to donate with Paypal, my contact address is tuomoster AT gmail DOT com.
Amazon Wish List
|projects||zero, resurrection, wizard code|
|random||on tuning code|
|books||william gibson, philip k. dick, ilkka remes, reijo mäki, others|
|movies||reservoir dogs, silence of the lambs, highlander, indiana jones, swordfish, hackers,|
sneakers, terminator, terminator 2, others
The purpose of this page is to encapsulate some of the ideas for and progress on some of my projects.
|Frans Vek for hosting these web pages for years|
|Marvin Vek for a good tower case|
|Jonathan 'protist' Avery for the book End of Error: Unum Computing|
|Ori 'Ori_B' Bernstein for rare IBM books|
|Thomas 'tommycannady' Cannady for the books "Turbo Basic" and "Power of... QBASIC"|
|darkf for the Humble Indie Bundle #4|
|Timo Goosen for the Humble Introversion Bundle|
|Harry 'harryh' Hedger for the books Discover Forth, LISP Programming|
|JEntrep for a microphone to be able to Skype|
|Jesse Lahtinen for the Alpha Personal Workstation|
|'justanotheruser' for 32 gigs of DDR4 ECC registered RAM|
|JX7P for the C Puzzle Book Revised Printing|
|Andrew Moenk for the early Lamothe 3D and 386BSD books|
|Pac8rider for the O'Reilly Beautiful Code book|
|Jeremy 'jercos' Sturdivant for a Raspberry Pi|
|Matthew 'puddlejumper' Turner for Efficient Memory Usage book|
As it is, unfortunately, not a free document, I wish some kind soul would donate me The ISO C 2011 Standard.
As my resources are very limited, one way to help would be Paypal donations. However, I have an Amazon Wish List for some books I would be interested in.
I'm keen on the idea of having an audio-visual intro/demo for system bootup eye candy. I could try to generate storm; thunder, lightnings, and rain based on audio signal.