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Raspberry PiBoy – Building a Handheld Gaming System from Walnut and Carbon Fiber – MICHAEL K CASTOR
Portable Raspberry Pi enabled gaming system projects seem to be everywhere. The concept is relatively simple; get an old GameBoy (or other old portable) shell, stuff in a Raspberry Pi Zero as well as some switches, LiPo battery and charger, an LCD screen, and maybe an audio amplifier and you’re set (except for the giant mess of wires.)
retro  gaming  raspi  diy  hardware 
17 hours ago
Genji one man massacre, but without ult : Overwatch
submitted by /u/Skyune to r/Overwatch [link] [comments]
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7 days ago
Carl Chenet / feed2toot · GitLab
Feed2toot automatically parses rss feeds, identifies new posts and posts them on the Mastodon social network.
mastodon  rss  feeds  automation 
7 days ago
Our Older Brother – Firefox Test Pilot – Medium
A new look for a new browser
Today is a huge day for Mozilla. We’re launching Firefox Quantum which is the fastest, best-looking, and generally most awesome browser we’ve ever released.

Until you ship significant amounts of code in Firefox, as our team did last month with Screenshots, it’s hard to get your head around exactly how detail-oriented, strategic, and precise you have to be to steer such a large, powerful ship. We couldn’t have shipped Screenshots without the gracious, patient support of many, many people on the Firefox core team. This is a huge day for these folks and we couldn’t be happier to celebrate all of the care, consideration, and hard work they’ve put in to make today possible.

We’re also excited because today marks the second time that a Test Pilot experiment has graduated into Firefox proper. In Firefox Quantum, Activity Stream will be the default homepage for Firefox! The Activity Stream team has done tremendous work overhauling one of the most visible features in Firefox. Activity Stream was one of the first experiments in Test Pilot, and we’re thrilled to see it become a core Firefox feature.

At Test Pilot, we wanted to celebrate in our own little way. The redesign of Firefox gave us a new logo, new style guide, and a lot of ideas about updating our look for the Quantum release. We took these cues and integrated them into Test Pilot, and today, the site has an all-new look to match the new Firefox UI. We think the new design will serve us well as we roll out some exciting new experiments and Test Pilot features over the next few months!

Our Older Brother was originally published in Firefox Test Pilot on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
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7 days ago
Inside a low budget consumer hardware espionage implant
Inside a low budget consumer hardware espionage implant

Fascinating break-down of a cheap ($25) USB charging cable with a hidden microphone and SIM that can be activated via SMS message or by calling the device.
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9 days ago
Classic Samus Aran cosplay : gaming
submitted by /u/sammybo22 to r/gaming[link] [comments]
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10 days ago
Neoliberalism – the ideology at the root of all our problems | Books | The Guardian
Financial meltdown, environmental disaster and even the rise of Donald Trump – neoliberalism has played its part in them all. Why has the left failed to come up with an alternative? Imagine if the people of the Soviet Union had never heard of communism. via Pocket
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14 days ago
Nintendo Switch - Matt Gemmell
The main feature, of course — even the eponymous feature, if you like — is that it’s neither tethered to your TV, nor an exclusively squint-inducing handheld device. This is a fundamentally humane and grown-up move. I have a home office, but I don’t want a man cave or boy’s room or whatever you might call it. I’m married, and I like my wife. I prefer to be in the same room as her, even if we’re both doing different things and only periodically talking to each other (this is also one of the fab things about marriage). The Switch lets me shut off the TV but keep playing, without having to go to another room. I keep all my games stuff in the living room.
gaming  nintendo  switch  adulthood 
14 days ago
Retroist Thriller Podcast - The Retroist
Welcome to the Retroist Thriller Podcast. On today’s show I talk all about the music video masterpiece, Thriller. I start off talking about how I was terrified by the monologue from this song while visiting a Ground Round. Then I move onto Michael Jackson and the song, album and video he brought to the world. […]

The post Retroist Thriller Podcast appeared first on The Retroist.
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17 days ago
www.geek.com
KFC Japan has some very, shall we say, unique approaches to promoting its food in Japan, with some pretty strange things on offer to get people to eat there. We’re talking entire bento […]

The post This KFC Bath Bomb Will Have You Smelling Like Fried Chicken appeared first on Geek.com.
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19 days ago
The underground story of Cobra, the 1980s’ illicit handmade computer | Ars Technica
Among the clones manufactured by the Communists was the Cobra or CoBra. The name stands for COmputere BRAsov, with Brasov being the town in central Romania where these machines were assembled to be used by enterprises. Of course, ordinary people couldn’t buy them—which is what first led several students at the Politehnica University of Bucharest deciding to build them themselves.
diy  hardware  retro  history  tech 
20 days ago
Anime floppy disks
Mainly GIFs, but pictures are okay too. By @Foone
anime  art  gifs  images  retro 
22 days ago
TIC-80 tiny computer
TIC-80 is a fantasy computer for making, playing and sharing tiny games.
gaming  fantasyconsole  dev  games 
23 days ago
Funko Isn’t Lying About These SAGA Funko Pop Figures | Nerdist
Aside from The Walking Dead, one of the biggest hits to ever come out of Image Comics is Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples‘ fan favorite series Saga. First published by Skybound Entertainment back in 2012, and still going strong today, Saga is the epic sci-fi/fantasy story of Alana and Marko, two lovers from long-warring alien races, as they flee authorities from both sides of a massive galactic war. Traveling with their newborn daughter, Hazel, the pair encounter astonishing aliens, fearsome bounty hunters and a host of allies and enemies alike as they try and keep their new family safe.

Now the characters from Saga are the latest comic book icons to join the Funko family. Starting in February 2018, Saga fans will be be able to pick up Pop! vinyl figures of characters such as Lying Cat, Alana, Marko, Prince Robot IV, and The Will.

Fans will be able to purchase a bloody version of The Will as a chase variant, a rarity of 1-in-6. Also, Izabel the ghostly babysitter will be available as a Hot Topic exclusive, and Lying Cat will have two different variants — a bloody version, available at your local comic book shop and a pink version, available only at Barnes & Noble stores.

Saga is one of the wildest and most inventive comic book series of the 21st century, proving that Runaways and Y: The Last Man’s Brian K. Vaughan was anything but two-hit wonder. With the series quickly approaching its 50th issue, Saga fans will want to celebrate their love for all things Alana and Marko with these adorable Pop! figures. You can check out the entire Saga wave one below in our gallery.

Are you as stoked as we are to see the characters of Saga get their own adorable Pop! figures? Be sure to let us know in the comments.

Images: Funko

See more Funko toys!

Horror icons as 8-bit Funko Pop toys.

Disney Afternoon action figures.

Masters of the Universe Pop vinyls.

 
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24 days ago
So you made a mistake | Geek Feminism Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
So, you made a mistake. You gave a porny presentation at a technology conference, or you made a sexist blog post, or you organized a conference with 0.00% female speakers. And, you got called out on it. What can you do?
life  tips 
26 days ago
Seth's Blog: What will you do with your surplus?
If you're not drowning, you're a lifeguard.
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27 days ago
Wolfenstein 2 isn't getting multiplayer | Rock, Paper, Shotgun
With us living in the age of ‘games as service’, there’s been a bit of hand-wringing about the death of single-player games. Of course, there are still plenty of single-player games in development, and in the case of Machine Games’ Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, the studio say they’ve made a concerted effort to not let anything detract from that solo experience.

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27 days ago
A 976 Number to talk to Kitt from Knight Rider! - The Retroist
As a kid I was a sucker for a good 976 number. I called the Chipmunks, Howard the Duck, Santa and many more. All of this without my Mom’s permission. Which caused some issues. So it was probably a good thing that I did not live in California, where I could have called Kitt from […]

The post A 976 Number to talk to Kitt from Knight Rider! appeared first on The Retroist.
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27 days ago
How the Appetite for Emojis Complicates the Effort to Standardize the World’s Alphabets - The New York Times
Do the volunteers behind Unicode, whose mission is to bring all human languages into the digital sphere, have enough bandwidth to deal with emojis too?
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4 weeks ago
On Quiet Developers – Seán Hanson – Medium
As a UI engineer, I’m as passionate about diversity and accessibility in the tech industry as I am about JavaScript. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago
End of the road: will automation put an end to the American trucker? | Technology | The Guardian
Jeff Baxter’s sunflower-yellow Kenworth truck shines as bright and almost as big as the sun. Four men clean the glistening cab in the hangar-like truck wash at Iowa 80, the world’s largest truck stop. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago
1600 sprites for your starkly old-school 1-bit games / Boing Boing
For twenty dollars, you can download 1600 1-bit sprites for use in artwork, games, icons or whatever other project you desire. [via]

You can use this game assets for personal/commercial projects, no credit needed. If you do, please let me know to promote it on my twitter! ;)

Made by Davit Masia, it's such an incredibly vast and deep set of work. Expect to see its DNA in pixel-art inventories and villages for years to come.
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4 weeks ago
A curiously incomplete history of the early years of DRM / Boing Boing
Ernie Smith's Motherboard article on the early years of DRM gets into some fascinating stories about things like IBM's Cryptolope and Xerox PARC's Contentguard (which became a patent troll), Intertrust's belief that it is "developing the basis for a civil society in cyberspace" and the DeCSS fight. (more…)
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4 weeks ago
Netflix's 'Voltron' Brings Heart to Giant Fighting Robots | Inverse
There’s one episode of Voltron Legendary Defender on Netflix that sums up the series as a transcendent piece of science-fiction: In Season 2, the heroes of Voltron need a crucial “Teludav” — a device that creates wormholes — to stand a chance against King Zarkon of the Galra Empire. Princess Allura’s advisor Coran knows the only place to get it: a dangerous trading outpost, home to a wretched hive of scum in a corner of the galaxy where baddies do business.

Dressed in apocalyptic disguises to assimilate among the shady pirates, the heroes arrive at the outpost… and it’s a mall. As in, a space mall, with a food court and bored teenaged employees. You wouldn’t think a marketplace on a distant intergalactic planet would look like New Jersey. And it’s inside this surprisingly suburban space mall where the Paladins of Voltron, who survive danger and emerge victorious almost every episode, escape the clutches of a rent-a-cop, Varkon, a schlub who fancies himself as King Zarkon’s “Number Two.”

Read More... Netflix's 'Voltron' Gives a Beating Heart to Giant Robots
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4 weeks ago
Every Episode Of Rick And Morty Is The Same (And We Like It That Way) | Inverse
For a show that has multiple dimensions and purge planets, Rick and Morty seems like the last show to follow a structure. Co-Creator Dan Harmon, however, has been a staunch Joseph Campbell fan since his 20’s, and that strict adherence to structure has help make Rick and Morty the show it is today.

Read More... Every Episode Of Rick And Morty Is The Same (And We Like It That Way)
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4 weeks ago
Carbon
Create and share beautiful images of your source code.
Start typing, or drop a file into the text area to get started.
coding  image  source 
4 weeks ago
Michigan Introduces New, Awful Bill to Ban Community Broadband | DSLReports, ISP Information
Michigan is the latest state to try and pass a law supported by (and likely written by) incumbent ISPs that tries to prevent communities from building their own broadband networks
broadband  michigan 
4 weeks ago
The Trouble With Twitter – jeffmueller.net
We need an alternative to Twitter. I don’t know what that looks like, but I have a feeling it’ll involve tight control of micro-communities where users have the ability to ban people for bad behavior. Whatever it is, I hope it surfaces soon and gets enough traction to pull my friends (and some third-party app developers) away from Twitter for good.
twitter  microblogging  social 
4 weeks ago
Web Audio Modem
Lately, I've been working with a client where my development computer is not connected to the Internet. This is a huge inconvenience, as the unavailability of Google and Stack Overflow vastly impact my productivity. Only recently have I begun to grasp how much of my time is actually spent copy/pasting between Visual Studio and the browser.

My office also features an Internet connected laptop and my development computer expose 3,5 mm jack sockets for audio devices. And thus my problems can be solved! Here's how I made a modem for closing the gap with Web Audio.
audio  fun  retro  web  html5 
4 weeks ago
A Web-Based Modem | Hackaday
If you are beyond a certain age, you will recall when getting on the Internet was preceded by strange buzzing and squawking noises. Modems used tones to transmit and receive data across ordinary telephone lines. There were lots of tricks used to keep edging the speed of modem up until — at the end — you could download (but not upload) at a blazing 56,000 bits per second. [Martin Kirkholt Melhus] decided to recreate a modem. In a Web browser. No kidding.
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4 weeks ago
2007/09/25 - 0xDECAFBAD Bucket
Once up on a time, before my writing brain had been *entirely* swallowed up by Twitter. One of the most productive daily public writing tools I used was the OPML Editor and a daily outline always open on my desktop ready to receive thoughts. Kind of like Twitter, I guess, except it was a *thing* that I added to over the course of the day. I could edit it, publish it whenever, not publish it until I had my words straight.

This is one of the best short things I wrote with it - meditations on my Dad after his passing.
metablogging  writing 
4 weeks ago
No, the FCC can't shut down TV stations just because Donald Trump is mad at the news • The Register
America hasn't gone full-blown crazy, yet

The head of America's telly watchdog, the FCC, said he cannot follow up on Donald Trump's threat to revoke the broadcast licenses of TV networks that run unflattering news coverage of the US president.…
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4 weeks ago
My adult novels are being reissued with covers to match Walkaway! / Boing Boing
When I first saw Will Stahle's cover art for my novel Walkaway, I was pleased beyond all reason (and not least because I am an unabashed Stahle fanboy, as he is behind some of the greatest covers of our era, from Yiddish Policeman's Union to Autonomous to A Darker Shade of Magic to All the Birds in the Sky). (more…)
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4 weeks ago
The movement of David Fincher’s camera is a surrogate for your eyes
This is a really keen observation by Evan Puschak about the camera movement in David Fincher’s films: it mimics your eyes in paying attention to the behavior in a scene. The effect is sometimes subtle. When a character shifts even slightly, the camera keeps that person’s eyes and face in the same place in the frame, just as you would if you were in the room with them.

Tags: David Fincher   Evan Puschak   film school   movies   video
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4 weeks ago
R-COIL by viTekiM
R-COIL is a space combat arcade game where your weapon and your thruster are connected and your bullets push back.
gaming  vector  retro 
4 weeks ago
I’m glad Twitter helped you become a better writer so you could write this sad eulogy of Twitter.
I’m glad Twitter helped you become a better writer so you could write this sad eulogy of Twitter.
medium  recommended 
4 weeks ago
Ask HN: Why did delicious.com fail? | Hacker News
Pretty bummed that @joshu’s comment displaced the one starting “I have no knowledge, but…” in the top spot here.
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4 weeks ago
A Little Beagle Puppy Groans, Whimpers and Rubs His Eyes In an Adorable Effort to Wake Himself Up
A really cute beagle puppy named Oliver pulled every trick in his arsenal to wake himself up when he felt his beloved human nearby. The little dog stretched, groaned, whimpered, barked and repeatedly rubbed his eyes until he felt ready to face the day.

Enormous adorableness ensues as Oliver wakes up from a long nap. Be sure to turn the sound up on this one.

Oliver is also very good at not waking himself up, particularly when it comes to going for an unwanted walk.

via reddit

Maymo the Lemon Beagle Systematically Pops a Bunch of Balloons and Scares Away His Little Sister

Australian Shepherd Puppy Wakes Up to Sing Along to ‘Let It Go’ and Goes Back to Sleep Once the Song Ends

Maymo the Lemon Beagle Pushes His Sister Penny in a Shopping Cart in an All Around Town Adventure
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4 weeks ago
my daughter drinks like archer : funny
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4 weeks ago
jwz: Facebook bans Ladyada
Hey look! Facebook banned another of my friends! It must be a day ending in "y".

Of course, Limor has no idea why this happened. Because commenting on specific accounts, even to the owners of those accounts, is "against policy".

If you work for Facebook, quit:

There are more Russian bots or whatever they are on Facebook than USA female EEs & CEOs from MIT on Facebook that have USA manufacturing companies in the USA, way to set the world on fire Mark.

Zuckerberg, 2010:

Zuck: Yeah so if you ever need info about anyone at Harvard
Zuck: Just ask
Zuck: I have over 4,000 emails, pictures, addresses, SNS
[Bro McBro]: What? How'd you manage that one?
Zuck: People just submitted it.
Zuck: I don't know why.
Zuck: They "trust me"
Zuck: Dumb fucks

It of course goes without saying that, having banned someone with connections and influence, there may shortly be a fauxpology saying that "upon review", whatever triggered this ban did not actually violate their terms of service. (Implied: "this time"). Maybe they will even, in passive voice, throw an anonymous sweatshop contractor under the bus and abstractly "regret" any "inconvenience".

People without such influence don't get even that level of royal treatment.

This is your irregularly-scheduled reminder:

If you work for Facebook, quit.

It is morally indefensible for you to use your skills to make that company more powerful. By working there, you are making the world an objectively worse place. I'm sure you can find a job working for a company that you don't have to apologize for all the time.

You can do it. I believe in you.

Previously, previously, previously, previously, previously, previously, previously, previously, previously, previously.
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4 weeks ago
Retro Arcade Art By CTupa: Dig Dug (1982) - The Retroist
Friends, feast your eyes on Christopher Tupa‘s Dig Dug illustration! Not only is it CTupa’s pick for this weeks Retro Arcade Art. Obviously. But it also happens to be one of my favorite video games as well. Much like Pac-Man, there are elements of Dig Dug that match maze games. However in this case you […]

The post Retro Arcade Art By CTupa: Dig Dug (1982) appeared first on The Retroist.
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4 weeks ago
Husband Does a Sensual Halloween Photoshoot For His Wife
Just take a look at this magnificent photoshoot, an extraordinary show of love, a husband’s decision to pose for his talented photographer wife Gayla Thompson.
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4 weeks ago
Dude. Come on. You’re better than that title. #clickbait
Dude. Come on. You’re better than that title. #clickbait
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5 weeks ago
Deconstructing the synth score of Blade Runner (1982) / Boing Boing
Justin Delay breaks down and recreates the otherworldly 1980s synth sounds of Vangelis's stunning score for the original Blade Runner.
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5 weeks ago
Scandroid Cover of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" : outrun
Scandroid, the synthwave project of Detroit producer Klayton, is quickly becoming a go-to resource for synth-driven and seasonally appropriate covers: His rendition of Star Wars‘ “The Force Theme” was perfect for May The Fourth, and now he’s getting ready for Halloween with an electric cover of Michael Jackson’s spooky classic “Thriller.” The track premieres today exclusively on Nerdist, and while Jackson’s original doesn’t need any improving, the bombastic synths and punchy percussion make it feel like you’re driving through the set of Miami Vice at 200 miles per hour.

The song comes from Scandroid’s upcoming album Monochrome, which also includes the aforementioned Star Wars cover and a bonus remix of “Thriller” by synthwave producer PYLOT. Klayton says that once he decided to put a Halloween-themed track on the album, he knew instantly that “Thriller” was the one:

“I knew when I started the album (Monochrome) that I wanted to do a Halloween-related track. It only took me 1/4 of a second to conclude this would be my perfect chance to cover a track I loved during the 80s. I probably watched the ‘Thriller’ music video 100+ times on my parents VCR after I recorded it from MTV.”

Monochrome comes out on October 27 and is available for pre-order now. Watch the video for “Thriller” above, listen to the track on Spotify, and check out the album tracklist below.

 

1. “2518”
2. “Afterglow”
3. “Rendezvous”
4. “Thriller”
5. “Oblivia”
6. “Monochrome”
7. “The Force Theme”
8. “Future Bloodline”
9. “A Thousand Years”
10. “On The Face of The Deep”
11. “The Veil”
12. “Searching For a Lost Horizon”
13. “Thriller (PYLOT Remix)”

Featured image: Scandroid

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5 weeks ago
Simon's Cat Unintentionally Spooks His Skittish Human in a Series of Amusing Halloween Vignettes
In a really amusing series of vignettes for Halloween 2017, a very curious Simon’s Cat unintentionally scares his rather skittish human who’s deeply afraid of both spiders and things that go bump in the night. On a rare trip to the attic, a bored Simon’s Cat happily played with the light switch, which unfortunately brought out the resident spiders and left Simon fearfully clutching his childhood teddy bear.

A curious cat uncovers a coven of creepy crawlies. Simon’s Cat FINALLY gets into the attic and gives Simon a spooky surprise!

Later on, while Simon was watching a scary movie, Simon’s cat got stuck inside the new retractable sofa and tried to escape in the most convenient of ways.

Simon’s Cat Tries to Get His Human’s Attention While Playing With a Spider in ‘Scary Legs’

Simon’s Cat Encounters a Scary Cucumber While Exploring Groceries Bought For a Romantic Dinner

Simon’s Cat Tries to Gain Entry Into the Trash Bin Where Yummy Dinner Scraps Waited For Him
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5 weeks ago
A Church of the SubGenius documentary is in the works / Boing Boing
Folks, there's going to be a documentary about that crazy cult/religion known as the Church of the SubGenius.

But only if you send J.R. "Bob" Dobbs boat loads of cash!

Now more than ever we feel that the story of the Church of the SubGenius needs to be told. There's a core of ideas within the SubGenius ethos – of fighting oppression with humor, community and creativity, of using absurdity as a nonviolent weapon, giving time, permission and priority to expression, creation, and zaniness with friends – that we think has great value we believe these ideas are necessary in today's world and that our film about the SubGenius is the perfect way to invoke them.

Amongst all the spaceships, frop, pipes, eye-bludgeoning graphics, bulldada, yeti ancestors, (and yes, ‘macho spoutings’), we hope you will fund this film so you can join our merry band of pranksters on the culture-jam of the century! It’s going to be a lot of fun!!!

Previously: Crowdfunding a Church of the Subgenius alien contact beam

(RED)
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5 weeks ago
Facebook Announces Oculus Go, a $199 Standalone VR Headset - ExtremeTech
Oculus is preparing its first all-in-one VR headset known as the Oculus Go. It's coming to a face near you next year for a mere $199.

The post Facebook Announces Oculus Go, a $199 Standalone VR Headset appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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5 weeks ago
Insentricity :: Testing DRAM Using an Arduino ::
A couple of weekends ago I was in the mood to do some retrogaming and didn’t know what I wanted to play so I asked for some suggestions from Twitter. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago
Las Vegas should entirely change how we think about gun control.
In 2004, a blue-ribbon commission issued its report on the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Many lapses had allowed the plot to succeed, the report concluded, but the central failure was a lack of imagination. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
Deploying ES2015+ Code in Production Today — Philip Walton
Most web developers I talk to these days love writing JavaScript with all the newest language features—async/await, classes, arrow functions, etc. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
An overview of Containers for add-on developers ★ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
Containers enable users to log in to multiple accounts on the same site simultaneously, and give users the ability to segregate site data for improved privacy and security. At Firefox, we have been working on Containers for quite some time. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
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