@velartrill I was gonna suggest a Pi running LIRC but this looks like... almost the same thing with a fancy case? Kinda neat. Not sure if I trust them to keep it patched but 🤷
@velartrill There are USB IR blasters you can hook up, yeah.
I was thinking of using one to control my AC remotely, but the only output this thing has is a 7-segment display and some LEDs so actually knowing the state remotely is tricky.
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Mind uploads better be free software.
Cognitive bias tricks, 84 of them and if you see it used in design - know that you may be tricked.
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@kyle I travel by train rather than flying whenever possible. Similar price, but way more comfortable.
Realistically I only end up doing this when I'm visiting Boston from Philadelphia though (or NYC, but then I wouldn't fly anyway).
Clicked on a link to an old project I've seen before (its beautiful go check out the photos elsewhere) linked here on mastodon, which led to a twitter thing... and man, what is going on? Thats three different prompts from twitter covering it BTW, on a phone screen... thanks, I hate it.
(Plx link sources not twitter)
@velartrill Yeah it's real neat. I love how many obscure protocols are still supported on Linux and the BSDs; hesiod is still in the Debian repos for example
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