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Please check out the tracklist for the Intergalactic Wasabi Mix show which livestreamed a few hours ago on aNONradio.net:

anonradio.net/2018/10/22/inter

Link to the audio recording of the live show can also be found on the site πŸ‘ΎπŸŽΆ I played a whole bunch of tunez πŸ’ƒπŸ‘ΎπŸ•ΊπŸŽΆ I had a great time! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Please tune in again tomorrow at 9PM EDT/6PM PDT ✌️

Please join me in tonight's Intergalactic Wasabi Mix livestreaming in about 20 minutes on aNONradio.net! I will be playing space-y tunez πŸ•ΊπŸ’ƒ ✨🌈 Here's how to tune in πŸ‘‰ anonradio.net/listen 🎢 01:00-02:00 UTC/GMT / 9-10PM EDT / 6-7PM PDT πŸ‘ΎπŸ’’

The SDF Amateur Radio Club net starts in 15 minutes at 00:00 UTC on Echolink node 9229 the *TECHLINK* conference. @SDF

I miss having a local space where I could pop in and know there were cats up for a random jam session. Every hackerspace should have an adjoining jammerspace.

HEY! Check out nand.club a shared social UNIX club by @dirtycommo and @Phreaker (me).

One of the purposes of our ~tilde is to enable better communication between those interested in #homebrew and #retrocomputing but we like everything you like.

Actually is hosted on a very small server and we provide these services:
* a small amount of web hosting
* local #irc
* local e-mail
* #bash terminal #games
* a Multi User Dungeon
* #HTML-converted books
* #books #torrents

Hey all,

I’m curious what might exist to build a general-purpose personal computer around an FPGA. I’m thinking something like a RISC-V descendant of the Project Oberon machine.

I’m interested in building such a thing but figure I shouldn’t reinvent the wheel (not that I mind, it’s fun but inefficient ;) )

@h @vertigo
@djsumdog @Ninjatrappeur @cypnk @kelbot @ekaitz_zarraga

I think... I want to learn to use LaTeX, specifically so that I can use Lilypond.

Current PLN: get a used laptop, put Linux on it.

Eventually, using Rosegarden or similar might also be good.

I haven't used anything other than MacOS or sometimes Windows for a good ten years and I do not have a lot of time to mess with stuff. Needing to install extra stuff or special libraries or whatever is a huge speedbump for me, not a fun puzzle.

Hardware/software recommendations, and boosts, welcome.

> If you can't fix it, you don't own it.

Repair:
- Is better than recycling
- Saves you money
- Teaches engineering
- Saves the planet

ifixit.com/Manifesto

I'm excited for International #RepairDay this Saturday! (disclaimer: I work for a community repair organisation involved in it, but I'd be excited anyway..) Let's go slow and fix things!

openrepair.org/repairday

Over 120 events worldwide on the map so far openrepair.org/international-r

If you want to get involved, you could
- Attend a community repair event
- Support a local repair business
- Fix something yourself
- Share a picture of your repair (successful or not!) or of a memorable repair

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Let's help OpenBSD.Amsterdam to become a Bronze sponsor in 2019. Please boost.

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"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko