"Who knew there was a sort of hanky code for hexadecimal. Thanks Datamation magazine from 1968 #prelingerwiki "
@denikombucha The thing that irritates me most about the vaccine "debate" is that vaccination is basically the most "natural" medical treatment there is, more natural than taking ibuprofen or antibiotics. Human bodies are exposed to potentially harmful viruses and bacteria everyday and our bodies are constantly mounting an immune response to keep us healthy. Vaccines are just intentionally and safely initiating this natural life-saving response that our bodies already do. Bah.
Bear McCreary - Passacaglia - Solo Piano
Hey #cccamp19, you know everything you buy from Decathlon has a long-range UHF RFID tag on it, and I have a reader with 10m range?
145 unique tags scanned from a quick walk around the Milliways area.
I don't quote remember where I did read ot, but scratch proofing your cardio with plastic from old (probably "deposit-free") bottles is really genius!
Things I liked about 80's/90's computing:
- Total control over my hardware
- Software that worked with me, not against me
- Superior aesthetics (yeah I said it :3 )
- Overall sense of promise and freedom
Things I like about computing today:
- Easy and open access to knowledge
- Insane amounts of storage
- The sheer computing POWERRRR
Now if only we could make these attributes come together instead of being period exclusive.
is this that "streetwear" I keep hearing so much about?
I love open source. Information Security is important to me. I work on Icecast in my free time.
A nice little Mastodon instance. Mild trolling encouraged (keep it local), but not required. Malicious behaviour is not tolerated. Follow Wheaton's law and you'll be fine.