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RT @MelStoneMusic@twitter.com: the pursuit of passing for an easy life is like the pursuit of wealth

yeah, if you can get it, it might make your life easier right now, but chasing it will harm you and the chase only serves to uphold the same structural oppressions you’re trying to overcome

RT @threadreaderapp@twitter.com: @Alheri@twitter.com Hi! you can read it here: Thread by @MikeStuchbery_@twitter.com: "Yesterday I alluded to the fact that in creating their propaganda, the Nazis used market research. Some asked how they d […]" threadreaderapp.com/thread/106
Enjoy :) 🤖

RT @jazzmickle@twitter.com: learn to use tools and you'll make cooler stuff, quicker

learn to make tools and you'll never create anything with them again

A comic. A girl's brain says being gay. She is unfased and says "i love that". The girl's brain then says proprietary software, which mortifies her.

RT @mic_wg@twitter.com: @SwiftOnSecurity@twitter.com Fortunately, sometimes devs get to design the UI. And sometimes they don’t care about other people’s design principles. Not all heroes wear capes.

RT @MachinePix@twitter.com: Spatial Flux is a soft robot designed to hold people in microgravity by @MITCities@twitter.com.

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concept: a mastodon bot that scrapes USPTO patent data and tells you what patents are expiring today

Let one six-sided die carry the faces {1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 4}; let a second carry the faces {1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8}.

When rolled together, this pair of dice have the same probability distribution as a normal pair of dice.

This is the only arrangement of digits to do so that doesn't include negative numbers. They're called Sicherman dice after their discoverer.

RT @Natalie42x@twitter.com: Curly Haired Butch Trans girl problems: finding metal chips in your hair even though you haven't worked on your car in 3 days

I ordered the first prototypes of the Fully Automated WiFi-enabled Voltage-mode RGBW+Smart LED Controller.

It can drive both WS2812-compatible smart LED strips, or 12-volt "dumb" LED strips, up to 4 channels (RGBW).

It has a 5-V highly efficient DC/DC converter to supply up to 3 amps (maybe a bit more?) so you can run it with a cheap 12-V 2-A power brick.

I still have to assemble and test it, but let me know if you are interested.

I'll share the design once it's sorted out.

But 2 boards of my design for the Fully Automated Battery Management System have arrived from JLCPCB! I'll start assembly as soon as the components arrive.

Today I swapped a TQFP64 STM32F405 but the replacement don't work either. Its USB interface is broken for some unknown reason.

RT @LifeofBria@twitter.com: *NEW COMIC* Voting is one more weapon in your arsenal to help keep vulnerable populations safe until you are capable of enacting meaningful change (i.e. revolution). Use it!

Website: lifeofbria.com/voteboat/

Support my work and get a cute dino drawing: patreon.com/LifeofBria

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