Just a quick note that artifacts from our show tonight in Seattle are on pre-sale online right now! And yes, the Steampunk Strat is among them!
Just a quick note to let you know what’s going on with the Brass Goggles Forum and website. Apparently BG’s success has pushed it over it’s web hosts (Fasthosts) CPU quota and the site has been suspended. Amanda and her tech staff are working on the issue. She also
Hidden somewhere in Los Angeles is a remarkable place: a museum, of sorts, but more of a walk-through enigma. The building itself is identified only by a standard ‘Museum’ sign outside. Just chancing by, you could never guess what’s inside: this is the Museum of Jurassic Technology. Entering, the whole
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Luke writes: Sir, I have no idea what your personal politics are, but I feel that purely from a creative and professional point of view, you might enjoy this. We do indeed, Thanks Luke! As far as our personal politics are concerned, we find Obama and Biden somewhat conservative
Here is Part 2 of Jay’s 1906 Stanley Steamer piece. Enjoy!
Here’s a picture of the completed heart of The Burning One built by our own Meredith Scheff! This is a screen grab from the incredible Fullscreen Gigapan of the Man at Gigapan.org!
We’ve seen this gentlemen before here at The Steampunk Workshop. He is Stephen Fry and in addition to playing the inimitable "Jeeves" in the ITV version of P. G. Wodehouse’s Jeeves and Wooster he is a supporter of free software. The GNU organization has, created, nurtured, and fought for
WISIL HPVers is one of the best sites on the net for information about recumbent bicycles. I’ve recently managed to get sir CodPeace of The BostoDelphia Blog interested in them and he sent this link to a review of a bike that I must have. This bike was conceptualized
Update: The procedure described below did fix the problem and the repaired SVS valve lasted for about 18 months before the vehicle started throwing the same code. I replaced the SVS valve with the one listed below and the car has not thrown any codes for the past two years. If