Episode 11 of the Jeff Reads His Book is out! Listen in as Erin discovers the traitor and warns Henry just after he has relieved himself! This is , folks!

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Episode 10 of the Jeff Reads His Book is now available with plenty of giggling at my terrible wordsmithing! The longest chapter yet is packed full of magical battling and awkward, implied romance!

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Episode 9 of the Jeff Reads His Book is out! I bitch about being stuffy, sip vodka, and question what our heroes ate for lunch in this chapter (probably magical sandwiches).

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Episode 8 of the Jeff Reads His Book is finally out! Listen to me stumble through chapter 8 of a book I wrote in a month and read feedback from my wife, who is quite possibly my only listener.

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Hmmm... 29 hours... that seems unlikely...

Episode 6 of the Jeff Reads His Book is out now! I correct my download figures downward (to zero...), our hero gets slapped in the face, and I question if a character I wrote and named actually appears again in this book.

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Episode 5 of the Jeff Reads His Book is out now! This action-packed episode has plenty of giggles and typos:

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Said goodbye to my car of 17 years today. I bought her new in 2001, but I couldn't justify another $1200 in repairs. So long, old friend!

Taking out the old HP 48G for some simple math makes me so happy.

Two new screenshots of my upcoming game for Rainbow 100 computers! I've been debugging messy timer bugs, and I added some more difficult, random play modes.

Serial mouse seems to be working and moderately performant after fixing some mouse packet retrieval code. Soon all those Rainbow 100 users will have a Breakout clone!

Trying to debug mouse support on Bounce! on the Rainbow...

Finally got BMP screenshots working on my game for the Rainbow 100! Bad indexing, incorrect bit ordering, memory overruns... all fixed! mastodon.sdf.org/media/B5ujU0x

I'm pretty sure Digital predicted the rise of HTML when they designed the LK201 keyboard... < to open, Shift+< to close. mastodon.sdf.org/media/HgyVUlw

Coding up the high scores feature for Bounce! in SEDT, my favorite editor, on the Rainbow mastodon.sdf.org/media/11IXTMm

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