Blog has existed for three years now and I’m not sick of it yet. Last year I did manage to reach my goal of posting once every month, but a few posts were definitely of low quality.
Last year I finally got to do something with all my stone age minifigs. I used them in my entry into last year’s “AFOL vs AFOL” competition, an yearly elimination tournament competition held by the RLUG Swebrick.
When I started with reversing Dune I felt that I needed to code my own Assembler programs and run them DOSBox. Simply to make sure that I understood the code and logic I was studying.
The Necromancer and his army has broken through the city’s defenses. In a last desperate attempt to stop him, the king has rallied his men for one final confrontation.
Here is a quick summery of my progress for this years goals. Look into learning to play the Piano I have installed some apps on my iPad, but haven’t used them yet.
This is my third post about the image files of the computer game Dune. All the previous posts can be found on this new summery page.
Early this year, the LEGO community I’m a member of was approached by Minivärlden. They asked if we were interested in displaying LEGO models at their premises during the summer.
This year I’m having an early summer vacation and it has been quite busy. So I haven’t been able to sit down and write for the blog as I wanted to do (as usual).
For June I haven’t been able to write a new blog post, so I’m executing my emergency blog posting plan: Post images instead of words. Below is a selection of photos I took in 2020.
This year I have expanded from one to three goals. One wasn’t enough this year, I wanted to do more. They are, in no particular order: