Todd Bailey (KD2DZL) is an Brooklyn-based embedded systems engineer. His work has been on the walls of the Whitney Museum of Art and the shelves at Target.
Bailey came up programming 6502 on the C64 and making tube amps for crappy bands, and after college got a job designing toy circuits. After becoming a contractor, Bailey paid the rent designing open source audio samplers and making fancy precision motor drives and RFID circuits for the rich and famous. Anymore he wonders what it all means. He likes GCC, old Tektronix oscilloscopes, analog video synthesis, the Electrohome G05 vector monitor, and is a short, sturdy creature fond of drink and industry. See more at http://blog.narrat1ve.com
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