Mon: Jun 18, 2018

» Capitol vs Capital. Interesting.     #

Thu: Jun 14, 2018

» How to Poop In a RESTOP Bag. They have some of these in Clear Creek Canyon (specifically at Canal Zone) and they have kept the area clean, I think it's a great idea.     #

Mon: Jun 11, 2018

» Envolysis, a wifi sensor without solder (just wires and a breadboard) to monitor various things.     #

» Hiker Trailers. I like them but I'm still in awe of how much they cost.     #

» Make a $6 Tiny Portable Weather Station that Transmits Live Data Wherever You Are. Nifty.     #

Fri: Jun 01, 2018

» lsofgraph. Wow, if I was still doing more sysadmin type work I'd be all over this.     #

» How to Install and Upgrade to a New Kernel on Linux Mint. Had to do this to get the touchpad on my new Thinkpad working correctly (multi-finger gestures and such). Worked great, wonder how long until my Mint install would catch-up to the kernel I need...     #

Wed: May 30, 2018

» A terminal emulator for CygWin. The suggestion for screen didn't work for me (permissions issues), however using git for picocom and just compiling/running works great! In case that page goes away, it's this:

git clone; cd picocom && make

./picocom -b 115200 /dev/ttyS7

Mon: May 28, 2018

» Photographer Captures Eagle and Fox Fighting Over Rabbit in Midair. That's amazing.     #

» 6 Card Games Every Man Should Know. Time to get learnin'!     #

» Awesome Linux Software. That's quite a list.     #

» Clink, Powerful Bash-style command line editing for cmd.exe. I've lamented the lack of history across cmd sessions for a while now (especially bad on work laptops where you may end up doing command line stuff and never have a record of what you've done...)     #

» Page.REST, an API for scraping websites. Costs $5 a year for access which I think is pretty reasonable.     #

» GnuBee Personal Cloud 2. I like the idea, I wonder how that exposed PCB would handle being in my basement (where it gets dusty...)     #

Sun: May 27, 2018

» A Proper Cygwin Environment     #

» The ear training guide for audio producers     #

» Color Cord Company. They sell color (and fabric wrapped) electrical cords, for when you build your own lamps and such.     #

» Teardrops n Tiny Travel Trailers. Neat forum, some good stuff in there.     #

Tue: May 22, 2018

» Bits to Atoms: The Pi Score Arcade Cabinet. That came out fantastic, I want one!     #

» Street View Treks - El Capitan. That's pretty impressive, you can use Google Street View to "climb" El Cap.     #

» The end of an era: Saying goodbye to However it's not the end of searching CPAN, they have an amazing transition plan in place.     #

» The Cleanse (movie). The trailer looks great, I hope it gets wider release.     #

» 27 in 1 Adjustable Electric Soldering Iron Kit. That seems like a great kit for $25...     #

» Flash and Debug ESP8266 Boards on Android. That's impressive.     #

» Barcelona Car tire puncture scam. I had no idea that was a thing.     #

Mon: May 21, 2018

» Above NYC. That is one good looking city. From elevation, and in the dark...     #

Fri: May 18, 2018

» DisplayCal, color calibration software for Linux. And you can even buy an open-source hardware calibration tool: ColorHug.     #

» Storage for Photographers. A little out of date but still some great info in there.     #

» How to Get A Job Interview Using Facebook Ads. Very clever.     #

» GDPR Requirements in Plain English. Decent guide.     #

» Quiet.js. A library to let you use your sound card (and microphone) to transfer data...     #

» Firefox can now stop Instagram and Facebook from tracking you online. Nice.     #

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