Reizen en Weesp
Welcome to my spot with personal interests. From electronics to old hardware and software to cycling.
My name is Hans Otten. Working with electronics started early in my youth: The Philips Pionier Junior and the EE8 have had a huge influence in my choice of study and early career. While working for the dutch magazine Radio Bulletin as a freelance editor my interests shifted from electronics to microprocessors like the 6502 and computers. On the left you find pointers to my Philips Bouwdozen collection and the Radio Bulletin articles written by me. During the last years X10 home automation has made my house a more pleasant hitech home.
This site is devoted to my personal interests. What you find here is available under the Creative Commons licence. Material here is created by me and by many helping me, please respect me and my work: leave a link back when you copy content and publish it.
This page is loosely based on the styles found on the Layout reservoir. A layout as simple as I could make it.
Applicable license to this website and its content is the Creative Commons Licence
I have recently joined the WISclub. And in good WISclub tradition I have a smurf nickname, the retrosmurf.
The WISclub is a group of hackers (in the meaning of the 1980's, ie people that REPAIR and FIX computers instead of ruining them for 'fun'). Our flock lives all over The World. We have members in The Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Germany, United States of America, Australia, United Kingdom, Canada and more countries. So chances are, we live around the corner or down the block. Real hardware hackers are universal and of all ages. Most of us have their roots in electronics, and some have acquired this craft through selfstudy.
Visit the WISclub home here!
Since january 2006 all the pages are located on one website: http://www.hansotten.com. No more ads on free websites!