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  • Migration and Updates

    October 12th 2012 at 11:09pm

    Finally moved my website over to a more liberating webhost (NFSN)and couldn't be happier. Switched to a new CMS called stacey, and rewrote templates to my liking. I haven't been working a whole lot on this just because I have a lot of commitments both at school and on my own (so many projects to finish, so little time). Things to finish up this semester now include:

    1. The p86 assembler replacement for SYSC2001 (github)
    2. The second revision of the quadrotor, to be built around
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  • SUBLEQ, revisited

    January 29th 2012 at 10:09pm

    Finally got around to finishing the writeup on a small test program for the SUBLEQ-oisc. Not terribly complicated, but it's a first step while I sort out my academics and my summer plans. Developing a small assembler for a SUBLEQ system is complicated by my breaking of the address space into two discrete sections of Instruction ROM and RAM. I did do this for simplicity's sake, and will be looking into taking out the IROM and replacing it with a unified address space, but to do that means moving up to 16-bit addressing and adding three additional CPU states to fetch operands from memory separately.

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  • Resuming

    January 25th 2012 at 8:02pm

    Holy moly, it's really been a while since my last updates, and I've been terribly busy with moving, diving head-first into the Android/Java APIs over the last few months. Time to get things back up, and finish the outlying projects I have up here.

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  • Migrating

    July 28th 2011 at 7:45pm

    Now that I've finally started hosting actual content, maybe it's time to look at dedicated hosting. Google Sites is...friendly, but I really want more control over everything and to pick apart the finer details. NearlyFreeSpeech.net looks like a nice place to test things out. Hmm.

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  • Post 1.0!

    July 27th 2011 at 10:29pm

    Well, I got a mention on Hack-a-Day, and that was/is good. Still working on part II, but I also have a few new ideas I want to test out. Thanks to everyone who sent feedback, you guys are the absolute best!

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