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Every small, non-commercial project should have this tag on their issue tracker.

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Here's an old article (german language) from 2013 where I write about me building a DIY tape interface for the Sharp Pocket PC 14xx and 12xx series. This was the time when I started to tinker with electronics. (Article Link: commfud.ufud.org/Archive/date/)

The schematic (courtesy of M. Nosswitz) can still be found at the Pocket Computer Museum (pocket.free.fr/), but I add it here for the sake of completeness.

#pocket #pc #sharp #tape #interface #CE124 #pocketpc #1401 #sharp1401

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Today I Learned all these veggies come from the mustard plant. Human engineering through the centuries. Pretty awesome.

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"In the Shinto universe, every inanimate thing, every piece of dust, every vegetable is believed to have a spirit."

In Shimoda Japan, a stump stool smiled at us as we walked past.

100r.co/site/shimoda.html

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whose idea was it to put rolling office chairs so near the steps on the USS Excelsior's bridge, problematic even outside of combat #startrek

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Another tip: Every Mastodon account has RSS built in. Just add .rss to the end of the URL for your account, e.g. merveilles.town/@lrhodes.rss

That lets people follow your public posts from an RSS reader, but it's also useful if you wanted to use IFTTT to crosspost your public posts to another platform.

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Luckily, the mouse came with some helpful documentation

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#TIL about a unit of measurement

poronkusema – (approximately 7.5 km). A Sami measurement of distance; the distance a reindeer can travel before needing to stop to urinate. Today used to describe something that is at a very obscure distance away.

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