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KDF: Kingfisher Digital Foundry

In my day job I'm a high school computer engineering teacher.  The subject is still relatively new and covers a ridiculous range of differing technologies, all lumped under 'computer technology' because they all have some vague connection to it.  While teaching it in class can be demanding, the upside is that in the decade I've been working away at it I've become familiar with technology well beyond my background in IT.  From electronics engineering to 3d modelling and 3d...


'97 CBR900RR LED Indicators and Rubber Parts

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February 23rd: First Ride of 2020

The Weather Network suggested that we might get a break in the never ending snow and ice, and on the weekend of all times!After a couple of days of near zero sun, Sunday hit the target with a 6°C high and lots of blue sky.  The last time on two wheels was November 26, 2019, so that's 89 days of misery.  That should be the longest break as I'm likely to steal some more rides in the coming weeks.Here are some photos from the ride using the Ricoh Theta V wrapped around the...


Mid-Winter Motorcycle Maintenance: Triumph Tiger Front Brakes

It was a busy long weekend in the winter maintenance garage.  In addition to going over all the electrical connectors on the Tiger, I also did the front brake pads, which weren't making any noise, but after last year's noisy rear brakes forcing a change during the too-short Canadian riding season, I figured some preventative maintenance was in order, and good thing too!  You can see the metal noise strips just becoming visible in the photo.The brake change was pretty straightforward...


If you had £70k to spend on a car, which would you choose? Much more than a car!

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MotoGP Technology and Motorcycle Dynamics

Neil Spalding's MotoGP Technology is a dense read.  I got it in September and I'm still only two thirds of the way through.  I read a bit, then chase down details so I make sure I've got the concepts understood.  This approach isn't very efficient, but it is thorough, and I've got bugger all else to do motorcycle wise over this long, cold, Canadian winter. I've been an avid watcher of MotoGP for seven years now, including riding down to the last Indianapolis MotoGP race in 2015,...


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