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Daniel P. Livingston

bobandme sm I'm Daniel Livingston, husband, father, baby boomer and geek at heart. This web site is a central place to gather all of my projects and interests. A site containing both links to my other web sites as well as sections within this site for projects I am working on that don't have their own web site.

My interests vary greatly. I'm an electrical engineer by profession so some of my hobbies make sense. I'm into science fiction and robotics. I'm a big fan of The Twilight Zone and Rod Serling. Since my childhood, I loved Lost in Space. In my spare time I also metal detect as I enjoy uncovering old stuff (coins and jewelry) from the past. Other interest include movie and TV prop building. My full sized Lost in Space Robot and Back to the Future Flux Capacitor replicas are a few examples.

Steampunk Lamp #2 1962 comet smLately I've been into Steampunk, having created a few Steampunk style lamps.

So, feel free to poke around on my site and be sure to check the links to my other dedicated sites. There you will get the full story behind each project. Drop me a line to let me know what you think at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To the right is my latest project, a 1962 Mercury Comet with 6,950 original miles! The restoration will be chronicled on this site. Follow my progress in the menu on the left.

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