Federal Productions is a team of almost one whole person working to bring stunningly unimpressive media and programming works to the general Internet public.
Founded in 1988 as MutantWare, Ink. – Federal Productions now boasts 2 entire computers to help in the production of trailing edge software and graphics!
More seriously, this is where I show off my stuff.
A Kerbal Space Program After Action Report site featuring the adventures of those little green men and women, and their jealous god.
The creative writing of my wife, under the name Barbara Watson, chronicling the unseen moments in the television series Star Trek: Voyager
Recreation of my first website. It contains a database of information about Hammond organs and Leslie tone cabinets.
These are the stories of my adventures playing the 2007 submarine simulation game Silent Hunter IV: Wolves of the Pacific from Ubisoft.
A small page and script that allowed me to upload ROM images for the Apple ][ character ROM and see what the font looked like.
Should work for other graphical ROMs as well.
A small collection of recipes, mostly so I can pull them up quickly on my smartphone rather then dig them out of aging books.
Be sure to investigate my other offerings as well, found on the menu above or at these links:
May you find endless fields Where you can run forever Farewell, my precious little girl.
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