Art without engineering is dreaming;
Engineering without art is calculating.

Steven K. Roberts, N4RVE

Journal of High-Tech Nomadness – Issue 10

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Last-Minute Update about Silicon Valley life, On the Loose in Dataspace, Pound-Miles per Hour (poking fun at the bicycle-racing speed obsession), Mobile R&D tools, The Evolution of BEHEMOTH (three full bike photos), Eating B’Dang B’Dang by the late Jef Raskin, Notes from Maggie’s adventure, 2 book reviews, and Notes from the Bikelab (BEHEMOTH overview, HF dipole, microwave motion sensor, LED taillights, solar and battery management, RUMP packaging, CD packaging, and network architecture).

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20+ years ago, publishing was a very different phenomenon. There were no blogs or websites, and online publishing was limited in scope and ASCII only. Zines were hip. During the epoch of the Winnebiko II and the development of BEHEMOTH, I published twelve issues of a small magazine… the first six called The Journal of High Treknowledgy, and the next called The Journal of High-Tech Nomadness.

What’s in this issue:

Last-Minute Update about Silicon Valley life, On the Loose in Dataspace, Pound-Miles per Hour (poking fun at the bicycle-racing speed obsession), Mobile R&D tools, The Evolution of BEHEMOTH (three full bike photos), Eating B’Dang B’Dang by the late Jef Raskin, Notes from Maggie’s adventure, 2 book reviews, and Notes from the Bikelab (BEHEMOTH overview, HF dipole, microwave motion sensor, LED taillights, solar and battery management, RUMP packaging, CD packaging, and network architecture).

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Weight7 oz

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