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Folk Computing for the New Millenium

How to acquire cheap hardware and what to do with it once you've got it.

  • The best upgrade you can do for any computer. And it's free.
  • My speaker building pages. Because there is more to life than computers.
  • An external USB drive enclosure that won't cook your drive

    Hardware A gentle guide


    OK, I've got it working. Now what do I do with it? Cheaply.

    If you have found any serious omissions here, then please drop me a note explaining clearly and coherently what I have left out; optionally formatted in HTML. With permission to include it in these pages. Thank you very much.

    Seriously, the bulk of the above content has been derived from emails that I have either sent or received. Nobody is getting much benefit if they remain scattered around my various in and out boxes. But organized semi-coherently, other people can derive benefit from it. So, if you have any suggestions, please feel free to mail me.

    - Wayne Larmon

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    Plain Soup and Sandwitch photo by Brian Fitzgerald