Writing

PSX Retropie

My brother has always been a fan of the first Playstation. We’ve never had one in our family but we both grew up playing on our friends consoles. And even today both of us still love the low-fi style of the early 3D games released at that time. For the past year I’ve had an idea of giving him a Playstation 1 as a birthday gift but I wanted to t...

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Printing business cards

When I got into 3D printing last year I saw a clever use of 3D printing QR codes for accessing your wifi password. That got me thinking of using a QR code in a different way: on a business card. I rarely need to use business cards but every now and then it would be handy to give one out. The original design So I started testing out the idea. I ...

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Redesigned and reimagined

You might notice that things look a bit different here since last you visited. I decided to do a complete redesign of the website which got kicked off after I decided to finally register a name for my company in combination with me starting to look for new work. And now I will take you on a journey on what has changed while going through the tho...

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Packboard experience

This is a small bonus post for you really eager long distance riders. Recently I tried putting all my pack on a separate board that I pulled behind me using a Longboard Larry hitch. I was able to buy it from the awesome Anders Karlsson who used it to help him ride across Australia. With the hitch I also got a back truck from him as well. It’s ...

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And all the other gear

We’ve gone through a lot of info already but this last post will be dedicated to rest of the gear I use. Much of it is just reusing stuff I already have to save on money, with occasional upgrades over time. But if you want to hear what’s the best from one of the best then I’d recommend checking out Adam Coltons packing video. I mean, check it ou...

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Board-talk

Ok, it’s time to get real nerdy. Time to talk longboard gear. My setup might not be perfect but these are the things I’ve found works for me. The board One of the most important considerations is the simple question: how low can you go? It’s one of the main goals I’ve had when looking for a board before because the closer to the ground you can ...

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Finding and riding the road

Ok, since the last post you’re now a longboard hotshot right? You got the basics down and ready to get some distance going. But where do you go? Lets break down my process for figuring out the trail. Where to? First off, how long are you willing to go? Don’t go too crazy for your first few times; the first couple of trips I pushed myself too fa...

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Going the longboard distance

When I meet new people my interest in longboarding can easily pop up and like some kind of low budget door salesman I love extolling its virtues. One of the aspects, which I get most questions about, is my love for riding long distance where you do full day or multi-day trips.

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