EMERGENCY SHOW: Jon Kulp records an episode while riding his bicycle to work
I explain how I assigned different functions to the spare buttons on my trackball mice.
I talk about my Generac 4000XL gasoline-powered generator and what I've done to get it running right
Listen in while I hack the wiring on our classroom podium for custom audio routing.
A quick talk about one of my favorite Legacy Audio devices, a genuine Sony FM/AM cassette Walkman.
Response to HPR 3367 I describe how to specify page numbers in an EPUB eBook.
I had some hard drive failures recently and am getting back to the habit of cloning for backups.
I use a Raspberry Pi to make a streaming radio device for my pillow speaker.
I explain how to lube a bicycle freewheel
I talk about ties, at least the kind I like to wear when the occasion calls for it.
I talk about recovering the files from my wife's dead MacBook Air using an Ubuntu Live CD.
I talk about installing a resistor in the speaker wire of an alarm clock so it won't be so loud
I talked about repairing the case for a Vietnamese Dan Tranh
I demonstrate the use of a vintage home studio device
I talk about repairing a 1997 handheld cassette recorder and demonstrate its use.
I talk about my latest thrift-store gadget, a 1969 Sony portable reel-to-reel tape recorder
I talk about the Yamaha Disklavier DKC500RW that's in my office at work
I disassemble and clean the pots on my Peavey Bandit 65 to fix static in the knobs.
An intro to more of my legacy audio equipment.
I talk about my "new" 1948 D1835 Tube-powered radio.
I talk about my recent restoration project of a mid-century modern hassock fan
A response to Ken Fallon's episode about how to check whether your remote is working or not.
A response to Klaatu's very nice series about personal finance.
A recording of the night sounds outside Tullahoma, Tennessee
A review of my new (used) Kobo Aura e-book reader
A show about my efforts to get lots of students to help correct transcriptions of my online lectures
Response to hpr2212 with my own uses and recollections of the awesome legacy medium of the minidisc
A quick show about upgrading some of the lights on our vehicles from halogen to LED
A quick rundown of how to share your ebook Library on your network using calibre-server
Sound-seeing episode, listen as I Replace the throttle position sensor on my truck
I replace the brake cable and housing on my 1985 Schwinn
I talk while sewing the strap back onto a cloth shopping bag
Listen live as I make a batch of really tasty chocolate chip cookies
Listen and enjoy as I overhaul the rear hub of my 1985 Schwinn.
Listen and enjoy as I change the oil on my wife's Honda CR-V
I talk about how I use Makefiles in my Lilypond and HTML projects
I demonstrate how to add custom keystrokes for desktop navigation on classic gnome
I record the process of cleaning the throttle body on my truck, trying to fix an idling problem
I try to explain how to use the COUNTIF function in LibreOffice to generate reports
Blather Configuration Part 1: Desktop Management
In this episode I walk you through the process of getting blather running for the first time
I describe how I use xmodmap to remap my spacebar to make underscores
Listen as I replace the serpentine belt, idler pulley, and belt tensioner in my truck.
I explain how to make the perfect tasty, nutritious breakfast in a slow cooker
Live action audio of my dad teaching us how to turn pens on a mini lathe
I talk about installing an alternate ebook reader app on a jailbroken Kindle
I describe how to collate the pages of two separate PDF files using pdftk
I talk about an amazing flashlight I found while walking to work one day recently
This is a recording of my presentation at the recent national joint CMS/ATMI meeting in Indianapolis
Introduction to one of my favorite productivity tools, the web-based todo list called MyTinyTodo
I record a show while hacking a belt to make it fit.
My son and I visit the Lafayette Public Library to try out the 3d printer in the maker space.
I talk about the process of getting Ubuntu onto my son's UEFI-secured laptop.
I talk about the recording device I inherited from my mother-in-law and use it to record the show
I talk about my pickup truck and doing some repairs and stuff
How to hide a password using a password card
I talk about my latest gadget, a used Kindle DX
I discuss how I use Python and some of the cool modules and libraries that I've found
A workaround to create horizontal ordered lists in LibreOffice and run LO headless to convert files
I describe how to add custom context menu items in the Nautilus and Thunar file managers.
I talk about my various headphones as I walk to my office.
I talk about why used stuff is often better than new stuff, with my new used Kindle Touch as example
I describe what's in my bike repair tool box and what the tools do.
I explain how to post content from the command line on open social networks pump.io and GNU Social
An Intro to 12-tone music and my "Random 12-Tone Row of the Day" bash script.
Jon Kulp and Mike Hingley talk about ebooks in general and Mike's Quickly Ebook Template project
Inspired by the release of the Open Well Tempered-Clavier, I try to explain the Fugue.
Cowsay and Figlet: Two fun ASCII text commands
A Quick What, Why, and How of Hacking Routers
Intro to my recent discovery of "Label Tracks" in Audacity
Introduction to the OpenDyslexic font
I record a whole show in dictation mode to demonstrate Dragon dictation software capabilities
Intro to the command-line pdf toolkit
I explain what 7th chords are and when to use them.
3 command-line tools that save me hundreds of keystrokes a day.
A follow-up to ep. 1512, I reflect on what I've learned digitizing two Counterpoint textbooks.
I talk about ebook formatting and how to customize an ebook from Project Gutenberg
Jon has a conversation with his computer
I discuss how I overhauled an outdated website for my employer.
I discuss one of my latest projects, a digital overhaul of a 100+ year old counterpoint textbook
You might think that folding a fitted sheet neatly is a challenge. Not Jon Kulp, he shows us how
A lesson in audio compression from a professional engineer
A 1917 Victrola demonstrated
Strategies for de-duplicating and centralising contact information
Jon Kulp and his son talk Hacking
HPR hosts Nybill and Jon Kulp meet face-to-face
What's in my Toolkit
Jon Kulp interviews Jezra about speech recognition with Blather
Jon made his own recumbent bicycle and tells us about it
Antennas for over-the-air hi-def TV
A meeting between Jon Kulp and windigo (and the cat)
Jon Kulp interviews his Dad for Fathers Day
Using a Bash script to capture terrestrial radio
Some personal anecdotes on writing Bash scripts