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Tinkerers, chemists, students or anyone else who needs a lab notebook in a rush

I made a printable lab notebook for you to use :
github.com/cypnk/Lab-Notebook

PDF download and original LibreOffice Calc sheets are provided in case you want to tinker with the layout

License is public domain. No credit necessary

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As an aside, I won't be posting the same exact things on mastodon.social, mastodon.online and hackers.town. That would kinda defeat the purpose and it feels like spamming. More so cross-posting .social content on hackers.town, which feels like a letting down the spirit of the place

I want to keep this account for generic things that interest me while .online will be mostly cabin related things. hackers.town will likely be my destination

@cypnk "...and we'll rotate the corn through the fields so that we don't deplete the nitrogen."

"But when if someone trips over the power cord? What then???"

"The power cord."

"Yes."

"Of... the... corn?"

馃槣

Any fallback plan which doesn't account for someone tripping over the power cord is incomplete

Fascinating how a company can be a household name for decades, then disappear and keep going.

Visiting TDK's website feels like going to an ex's Instagram and being glad they're doing well after all those years.

"Look, they still have the same logo!"

tdk.com

@cypnk when you're a 10x developer, one year is worth 10

"10 Years of experience in PHP 7"

Ye padded thine CV too merrily

Everything new I learn about Dolly Parton makes me think she's even more awesome

OAuth is kind of a rats' nest

I'm tempted to make my own, but then I'm worried I'll make a replay of that XKCD comic

@cypnk
I recognize it. It is the flag of a small Caribbean island nation founded by St. Test of Pattern. Amusingly, their national anthem is a simple 1k tone and there are no lyrics for it.

@Jo @craigmaloney @cypnk

you're correct - however, all three of you may enjoy the other material originating from the same source

twitter.com/NanoRaptor

@swordsie @cypnk
@craigmaloney

it is a fantasy concept from a younger 3d artist (as mentioned in the discussion they overlooked that miniature CRTs of the era had a minimum physical size so the calculator would have to be much deeper and/or the CRT angled (think of the Osborne 1, Commodore SX-64 etc)

reddit.com/r/RetroFuturism/com

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