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hey girls

did you know

that um.....

The M48Z02/12 is a non-volatile pin and function equivalent to any JEDEC standard 2K x 8 SRAM of course Moon Prism Power Make Up exists in PC-98 chiptune form, complete with "in the name of the moon, I'll punish you!" sample in Japanese

Finally started wring a real post for my new blog, this time about my first week of using Nokia N9. What topics should I put in my post? Maybe simple tutorial how to flash and install everything required to make N9 usable again? Suggestions are welcome! (^^;

Design Futures Council in #australia #sydney have just held a small conference on open source architecture.

It is clear that people in AEC are frustrated with interoperability, proprietary monopolies, closed data, and unnecessary rework.

Push #openbim. Push #opensource. Push #ifc. Push #blender. Push #freecad. Push #openstreetmaps. Push #radiance. Push #openfoam. Push #energyplus.

We can change this.

What would be better for futureproof, freedom-respecting computing? (not counting video games)

For Blackbird I would need to save money for almost year; AMD FX machine would be accessible for me in max 2 months.

Currently I'm using ThinkPad T430 as a main machine; after migration I would install Windows on it to be able to use *cough* proprietary software for electronic design, etc. (tbh I'm bored of fighting with Wine)

When your disk keeps filling up again, soon after you free some space...
it's a logfile.
It's always a logfile.

I knew it since my adventure with .xsession-errors on Linux Mint ~7 years ago.

But today I learned a runaway logfile can not only make your disk full, but also slow.

Say hello to catalina.out

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>finally have a Mega Drive and an Amiga 500
>don't have a TV set accepting 240p video signal

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