"Proof that assembly language rots the brain"

T.M.R's Workstation
General Stuff

 Home Page
 About T.M.R
 Photo Galleries
 Web Links
 Random Quotes
 Old Web Log

8-Bit Stuff

 T.M.R's Dev Blog
 The Scrapyard
 Ye Olde Stuff

Other Stuff

 Rendered Images
 PHP Toys

Random Quote

"Iraqi weapons of mass destruction: Were they a real threat? Did they, in fact, exist? If so, will they ever be found? Beats me. Now that I've cleared that up, I'd like to devote what little space I have left to the issue of pinata safety."

Dave Barry 

Notice: Trying to get property of non-object in D:\Xampp\htdocs\cosine.org.uk\tmr\index.php on line 21

Welcome to T.M.R's Workstation, the "online residence" of me, fairly commonly known as T.M.R, sometimes as The Magic Roundabout, Jason, " oy, git face!" and assorted other titles which are probably far too rude to be repeated in polite company. Or any other kind of company for that matter. This page is the latest three installments from my blog and, for the more masochistic amongst you who feel the need, click here to read the remaining drivel.

 [ Playing Warhawk (C64) ] posted 2018-03-17T09:19:03Z 

I’ve been playing Warhawk quite a bit recently whilst testing various recording settings for YouTube, so it’d be churlish of me to not actually talk about the game itself! And it’s another budget shooter that I’ve got some nostalgia for, … Continue reading →[more]

 [ Cleaning springs ] posted 2018-03-13T19:39:05Z 

I recently opened a shiny new YouTube channel – or more accurately, started using the one that they insisted I have in my own name back when Google+ was a thing – with the first video being footage for the … Continue reading →[more]

 [ Playing Chronos (Spectrum) ] posted 2018-03-10T09:50:13Z 

Before I start there’s a little wallowing in nostalgia to get out of the way; during my “formative years” I was primarily a 6502 bunny so never actually owned a Spectrum, but I did get a chance to play on … Continue reading →[more]

Powered by the Atom Feed from JasonKelk.me.uk
Site content and design copyright © 2001-2012 T.M.R of Cosine Systems