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A little further on…..


My first Bluetooth speaker! Unfinished.

I went to the markets one sunny Sunday morning and came across this Radiola speaker cabinet built January 18, 1921.  Originally the speaker was covered in a tight weave gold …
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It’s been awhile…..

This is an updated version of iPhonograph ‘Too Tone’ and has gone to Centenary Institute to raise much needed funds for research into cures for cancer.  The iPhonograph raised $1,000 …
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My friends at Reverse Garbage

If you’ve been reading my blog for some time, you’ll know that one of my favourite haunts – and a great environmental charity which has been going for almost 40 …
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iPhonograph Chrome is finally finished and with its new owners!

The iPhonograph ‘Chrome’ is finally on display in its new home. Its two owners, who are dear friends, call it ‘The Time Machine’; I swear the moniker was bestowed upon …
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The growing Chromatone…..

You honestly did not think I was NOT going to add lights, did you? So that’s what’s happened. The vintage radio valves now house coloured LED lights. I’ve also raised …
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Update on the evolving iPhonograph

So I just wasn’t feeling the full mahogany stain job on the iPhonograph ‘Chrome’. If it were for anyone other than my two dear friends, I may have left it …
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The progression of iPhonograph

The iPhonograph ‘Chrome’ continues to develop as a surprise for two dear friends of ours…

The sad passing of Datamancer

I was very sad to hear of the untimely passing of Datamancer, a truly great Steampunk artist of great renown. If you’ve ever watched the Syfy television series Warehouse 13, …
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