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Perpetual Procrastinator

I figured since I primarily work on older and vintage electronics, I needed something that sounded both positively extinct and very metal.

I know I’m a bit late to my own party, but it’s been pointed out a few times that I should have something: a YouTube channel, blog, website. A way to track the repairs and stuff that I do for both my own purposes and as a benefit to those who find it interesting.

Enter SaberTech. I came up with the name and idea that I’d finally do just that about a month ago, and got the basics set up. I figured since I primarily work on older and vintage electronics, I needed something that sounded both positively extinct and very metal. And something that doesn’t actively violate existing copyrights or trademarks.

I don’t often catch lightning in a bottle (my right index finger is the primary conduit for touching electrically charged items after all). I envision this being a bit of a mixed format blog; some writing, some coding, YouTube repair videos. Enjoy your stay.

4 replies on “Perpetual Procrastinator”

I like your blog man! Hope to see more projects here, especially related to arcades & classic consoles. Recently recapped & rescued my nice set-top DVDR, but nothing really fascinating about that. Might try to get some advice from you on my NES arkanoid controller rebuild if I ever get a chance to work on it again.

Well, just thought I’d see how you’re doing, hope all is well with you!
-Matt

Thanks Matt! The Arkanoid controller is getting harder to come by, definitely worth fixing up. It’s probably a bit similar to the Atari 2600 paddle controllers — I have a set of those I need to fix.

My workbench time is on hold for the moment though, Michelle and I moved to Austin, TX recently and are settling in. Hope things are going well with you!

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