Week 6: What’s Old Is New Again

Lots of computer repair, and the last of the tape digitization.

So, its finally happened. After a few weeks of working at it, I have finally digitized the entirety of the tape and CD/DVD collection here at the Rocky Mountain Conference office. And the final numbers are:

  • Content spans close to 11 years total
  • Over 8 days worth of video footage alone
  • 108 gigabytes worth of broadcast archive-quality content

So yeah, that’s why it took a few weeks.

The other project that I’ve been working on this week involves a couple of old, unused laptops. They had just been sitting around the conference office not being used, and so I was asked if I would like to take a shot at fixing them up for groups and churches to borrow when they need one. I said sure, and hopefully before this time next week I will have 4 new computers to put on the borrowing shelf in the office.

Until next time,


  • This week’s pizzeria: Fat Sully’s Pizza in Denver, CO
  • Trips taken on The Ride (RTD): a whole number
  • Music I listened to while writing this: Dopamine by BØRNS

Published by Jacob Turner

An individual passionate about exploring and further developing efforts at the intersection of the areas of technology, knowledge, research, and accessibility to better lives and the world.

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