This part of the site is an ongoing concern and contains all of the stuff I wrote for Driven, UKScene.org, Attitude and so forth (for posterior... or is it posterity?) as well as the Hex Files articles when they're fully HTML'd up.
WHAT'S LEFT FOR THE C64 DEMO CODER?
Written for issue 16 of Driven, this was a collection of reasonably wild guesses as to what democoders might be able to do next.
THE PAL DEMOSCENE IN REVIEW 1996
Written for issue 19 of Driven as part of their end of year roundup of the PAL demoscene for 1996.
THE UK DEMO SCENE
A rough and ready history of the U.K. demo scene covering the rise and fall of Compunet. Produced for Driven issue 21.
THE PAL DEMOSCENE IN REVIEW 1997
Written for issue 26 of Driven as part of their end of year roundup of the PAL demoscene for 1997.
THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF EMULATORS
One of the pieces I don't even remember writing, a rant about emulation and why it's not the Pit Of Hell some people seem to believe. Written for Attitude.
C64 SCREEN MODES
This is a short piece on the C64's display system, explaining the basics of how data is stored in memory for display purposes. Written for UKScene.org.
C64 MEMORY MAPS
Another "beginner" piece written for UKScene.org, this time covering the general memory layout of the C64.