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

Steven K. Roberts, N4RVE

Posts Tagged ‘Columbus Dispatch’

BEHEMOTH Isn’t Likely to Go Extinct – Columbus Dispatch

It was bizarre to revisit Columbus, the city that inspired my long-distance travel, after over 8 years of adventure. The four years that I had spent as a homeowner in the suburb of Dublin were but a distant featureless blur in my memory… dotted by moments of love and technopassion, to be sure, but somehow…

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Bicycle Lacks the Kitchen Sink

This article in my home-town paper appeared just before we drove the van to Vancouver to display the shiny new Winnebiko II at Expo ’86, and has the distinction of being one of the most amusing titles in the entire collection of media binders.  by Tim Doulin Columbus Dispatch — August 16, 1986 Steven Roberts does…

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Computer jockey makes living of biking odyssey

This article in the home-town paper, written while I was heading down the Georgia coast, was written at a time when most people didn’t have any idea about computer networking…  by Janet A. Pearl Columbus Dispatch — December 5, 1983 Steven K. Roberts has thrown off the shackles of an office job without losing a paycheck.…

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