Beagleboard.org announces beagle with RISC_V :) EXCITING!!!
119$ for 4GB and 149$ for 8GB -> Awesome!
Working with Seeed and StarFive, BeagleBoard is releasing a RISC-V board to help advance the development of open source software for the RISC-V open ISA. You might see announcements today.
Be sure to register interest on that site because the early board release is very limited.
Also see: https://github.com/jadonk/beagleconnect.
…but King Terry and Brigadier-General Bugsy lie in wait with a secret weapon, waiting for the perfect moment to strike.
Oh shit, @pla got hit by a car..
He was one of the first person I've ever followed on the fedi. His unique mixture of of tech and bicyles will be missed 😭
He died doing what he loved.
@BestGirlGrace @myconidiosyncrasy now I kind of want to write a story about a baby villain (not literally human infants) who gets a baby hero in their lab and monologues and honestly expects baby hero to, like, escape, but the hero just breaks down and sobs helplessly and kind of gives up? and is about to actually be killed by the villain's machine or whatever and the villain is like ".... no dammit, okay, fine, look, here, oops I accidentally hit the button that releases your restraints, and you can... okay look there's the escape tunnel, can you... just... look, and here's the wheel that you turn to blow up the... fine, just run, I'll take care of it myself, okay?"
okay now I think I kind of have to write this. XD
@BestGirlGrace yeah i mean i think what rubber ducking as a concept really needs in order to evolve is a duck that actually challenges you?? a duck that can escape. a duck that can say "lmao you just forgot a semicolon fucking noob"
Here is someone's practical experience of using (or sneaking) #CommonLisp in production
Read in Firefox's reader view if contrast bothers you. #lisp
"While its primary purpose is to serve as The One True Debugger, printf also happens to be Turing complete. [...]
We abuse this fact to implement the logic of tic-tac-toe entirely within this one printf call."
Found a handy #CommonLisp utility "Quicksearch" to search for libraries across Quicklisp, Github and Cliki (Bitbucket support is broken for now) .
Just (ql:quickload 'quicksearch) and then for example search for "AVL" with (qs:? "AVL" :du). By default it just prints project name. :du works just like -du on CLI, It enables printing short-description and URL with the project name.
GTK 4.0 is here! After four years of hard work from our dedicated developers, GTK 4.0 was released today. Some highlights from this release include media playback, drag-and-drop, and scalable lists and grids. Learn more about what's new in GTK 4.0: https://blog.gtk.org/
Ben Eater is at it again, showing how to create a VGA card on a breadboard and making it display an image. Excellent content as usual.
Oh look; BBC Radio is releasing the original Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy radio series in podcast form: https://anchor.fm/s/41d505d4/podcast/rss
AFAIK, individual seasons have intermittently been up for playback, off and on, as embedded web content, but this RSS release is new.
My updated article on why privacy matters:
"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