Monthly Archives: May 2011

Superman OTR

If you’ve read earlier posts, you are probably aware that I’ve started listening to old radio programs. A number of them are quite good. I’m now onto the adventures of superman. It’s interesting listening to these. Superman was a little … Continue reading

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Sour Dough

Sour Dough is the oldest type of leavened bread. It’s been made since at least 1500bc. The earliest record of yeast breads is by the Egyptians. When a loaf of bread was made, a small piece was saved. The next … Continue reading

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Early Bread

Bread is a staple of man’s diet in most of the world, and has been since its invention. People have been making bread for 30,000 years at least. This is a long time before the first ovens were made. These … Continue reading

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OTR X Minus 1

I’ve only recently realized the amount of stuff that’s public domain. On you can find all sorts of music, radio shows, comics, books, and even movies. From the 50’s there was X minus 1, it was a great radio … Continue reading

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Bought an Atari 7800

I’ve played videogames, since I was little. I’ve always been fascinated with them. I played my 2600 until about 94. Then put it away for about 10 years. When I was a kid I remember when my 2600 broke, and … Continue reading

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Welcome to Practical Anachronism. This is a website about programming, cooking, and anything else that sounds fun at the time.

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