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Ibarra Real Fonts
In 2007, The Calcografía Nacional Española organized a project directed by José María Ribagorda with the objective of divulging the invaluable typographic heritage produced in Spain in the 18th century through the "Imprenta Real".

This project included the recovery of the types designed by Geronimo Gil for the edition of the most beautiful "Quixote" never edited, printed by Joaquín Ibarra for the “Real Academia de la Lengua” in 1780. This font was called “Ibarra Real”.

José María Ribagorda decided in 2015 that Octavio Pardo would be the first collaborator to play the design. Octavio was the first student of the University of Reading MA Typeface Design program to study this project.

The Ornaments made by celebrated Latin American and Spanish designers would not be included until their authors allow them to be distributed under the SIL Open Source License.
fonts  typography  history  open-source 
17 hours ago
O.L.D. (Over-Locknut Dimension)
O.L.D. stands for Over-Locknut Dimension. This is the width of the hub measured from outside of locknut to outside of locknut. It is not to be confused with the axle length, as the axle extends into or beyond the frame dropouts. The O.L.D. needs to match the available space in the frame between the fork or frame tips. Rear hubs vary in width (but most new ones are 130mm for road or 135mm for mountain). The hub width (over-locknut dimension) needs to match the space between the rear wheel dropouts in the frame in order for things to line up as they should.
bikes  cycling  wheels  standards  frames 
yesterday
Regolith
For anyone here who loves i3, but has always had trouble getting full integration to work on their laptop ( sleep, screen brightness, etc. ), check out the Regolith project. It's a curation of several tools combined with i3 that gives a pretty fantastic gnome/i3 experience. Similar to spacemacs and emacs.
linux  desktop  software 
2 days ago
Readream Progress Report February 2020
Hot off the presses is our latest stable, version 1.5.0, marking the second stable release since the last progress report. In this past year, support has been added for multiple new platforms to make the emulator accessible, performance has dramatically increased, new features such as save states and cheat support have landed to make emulating more fun, and numerous accuracy improvements were made to continue polishing the overall emulation experience.
development  dreamcast  console  emulation  games  software  blog-posts 
3 days ago
ProTracker for Win
I have written a portable ProTracker 2 (v2.3D) clone in C using SDL 2.
composing  music  software  windows 
4 days ago
RSS the least wrong way
I decided the best way to find out which practices were safe would be to check very popular feeds and see what they did. If something doesn’t work for a significant portion of the web population, I assume these people will have heard about it and taken corrective action. To that end, I conducted an unscientific survey of feeds published by popular blogging platforms and notable citizens of the web. I checked only the feeds made available by autodiscovery.
rss  blog-posts  webdev 
7 days ago
Notifier — Convert content sources to RSS feeds
Get your favorite newsletters or any other types of emails straight to your RSS reader.
rss  tools  conversion  email 
7 days ago
What We Want Doesn’t Always Make Us Happy
A basic principle of economics keeps getting turned on its head.
facebook  psychology  netcritique  socialmedia  articles  science 
7 days ago
The specification for native image lazy-loading is merged into HTML standard
Huge thanks to @domfarolino for making this happen and everyone who gave feedback and helped out along the way! Looking forward to faster page loads.
html  css  webdev  graphics  development  standards 
7 days ago
The Many Virtues of RSS
Friends, RSS is not dead. It it not owned or run by a company. Whether it is known by RSS or Atom, it is based on XML, an evergreen web standard and simply cannot die.
rss  blog-posts 
11 days ago
Windows 10 icons. Where are they located? In which files and folders?
Whether you want to change the default icon of a certain folder or the icon of a shortcut you have created, you might wonder where you could find new icons. While there are lots of websites that offer custom made icon sets, you might, however, prefer to use icons that are already found on your Windows 10 computer or device. In this article, we show you where the icons are stored in Windows 10. If you want to find all the default Windows 10 icon files, read on:
icons  windows  history  blog-posts 
11 days ago
IconsExtract - Extract icon/cursor stored in EXE, DLL, OCX, CPL files
The IconsExtract utility scans the files and folders on your computer, and extract the icons and cursors stored in EXE, DLL, OCX, CPL, and in other file types. You can save the extracted icons to ICO files (or CUR files for cursors), or copy the image of a single icon into the clipboard.
software  freeware  windows  icons  conversion 
11 days ago
Librem 5 phone hands-on—Open source phone shows the cost of being different
Look closer and you'll see that the Librem 5 does not have the usual fit and finish from a seasoned Chinese smartphone builder, though, and there's no shortage of nits to pick. There are uneven glue blobs that have squished out from around the display. The earpiece speaker has some of the display glue on it. The front camera is off-center, and there is uneven, visible glue around that, too. One section of the removable back doesn't connect to the case correctly, so the seam is uneven.
open-source  hardware  mobile  reviews 
12 days ago
[XFCE] Chicago95 Plus!
I'm the creator of Chicago95 and have been working hard on implementing a new tool for Chicago95: Chicago95 Plus! This tool parses Microsoft theme files and generates icons, cursors, fonts, etc. You don't have to just use it for Chicago95, it creates X11 standard cursors.
windows  history  themes  linux  software  reddit  forum-posts 
12 days ago
Does 11-46 cassette work with Rival 1x Long Cage mech?
All of the SRAM 11 speed mechs designed to clear a 42T cassette will clear a 46T with just a small B-Screw adjustment.
derailleurs  bikes  cycling  forum-posts 
13 days ago
11-46 10 speed cassette shimano deore
Yeah it works fine with a Sunrace 11-46 - I have that same set up one of my bikes. No mods needed just fit, add a touch of b screw and you're done.
bikes  cycling  forum-posts  derailleurs 
13 days ago
Miles' Flat Bar Trek 520: Little Red Corvette
I’m impressed that the 520 can fit 29 x 2.1″ WTB Nano tires, which work great for a wide mix of riding. I was also able to size up to a 60cm frame, since the flat bar conversion required some extra length, which gives me a massive main triangle to work with.
bikes  cycling  blog-posts 
13 days ago
RIP Google Analytics
The Atom community asked us not to send data to Google Analytics anymore and now we're not. Plus, this cleans up a bunch of redundant code in our unit tests, and rips out a now-unncessary dependency.
software  open-source  google  webdev  texteditors 
13 days ago
Switching from Jekyll to Hugo
Additionally, I’m not the biggest fan of the Ruby ecosystem — mostly due to the trouble I seem to have when installing dependencies. I’ve learned to accept Python’s dependency management warts — they’re generally ameliorated by sticking with a single tool and using it as intended. Ruby… I’ve never gotten to behave well. Without fail, I run into some byzantine installation bug with Nokogiri or Bundler when setting up a completely clean environment. I inevitably fall down some rabbit-hole of desperate StackOverflow questions, costing me an afternoon of annoyance.
jekyll  hugo  staticsitegenerator  webdev  blog-posts 
14 days ago
Youtube.com: [4k, 60 fps] Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat (The Lumière Brothers, 1896)
Upscaled and resounded version of a classic B&W movie: Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat, The Lumière Brothers, 1896.
work  digitization  videos  video  ai 
16 days ago
Google Maps Hacks
99 second hand smartphones are transported in a handcart to generate virtual traffic jam in Google Maps.Through this activity, it is possible to turn a green street red which has an impact in the physical world by navigating cars on another route to avoid being stuck in traffic.
mobile  netcritique  traffic  cities  google  art  netart 
16 days ago
p2pforever.org
p2pforever is a humble hub of peer to peer web resources.
p2p  software  decentralization  netcritique 
17 days ago
BlueGriffon
The next-gen Web and EPUB Editor based on the rendering engine of Firefox.
open-source  webdev  software  linux  windows  apple  osx  epub  firefox 
17 days ago
OK Doomer
What’s the best shooter to play in 2020? Where can gamers find the coolest weapons, the hardest enemies, and the most thrilling challenges? There’s a lot of cool games on the horizon such as Cyberpunk 2077, Doom Eternal, Halo: Infinite, and Rainbow Six Quarantine. But – don’t laugh – the best first person shooter you can play this year is already out and has been out for over 20 years. That’s right. Doom. The 1993 version. And this post is about how you can make the most out of it today – as a modern FPS gamer with no patience for floppy disks and MS-DOS. Let’s start off with the obvious part. Why would I want to play Doom in 2020? What is so great about Doom that still is relevant 27 years after it was first released? Isn’t it just a museum piece? In this post, I will tell you – at least from my parochial perspective – why Doom is a compelling and even dominant experience 20+ years after its initial release, how the actual experience of playing Doom can vary immensely depending on your preference, and how to play Doom on your computer (though in theory you could play Doom using a piano or a toaster if you wanted).
doom  games  blog-posts 
18 days ago
Wikipedia.org: Kathleen Hanna — In popular culture
Hanna unintentionally came up with the name for Nirvana's 1991 breakthrough single "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by writing "Kurt Smells Like Teen Spirit" on Kurt Cobain's wall. At the time, Cobain was unaware that Hanna was referring to a deodorant marketed specifically to young women, and thought that the phrase would anchor the song's theme.
culture  music  history  wiki 
20 days ago
Youtube.com: Marilyn Manson's Anarcho-Capitalist Nightmare | MSTW Presents
Old fashioned fascism will take it away... middleside topwise. it's about everything.
music  culture  religion  videos  politics 
20 days ago
That Frame Doesn't Fit!
An extra-long seat post on a conventional level-top-tube frame indicates a seat tube that's too short. I'm still in the "fist-full of post" school of fit.
blog-posts  frames  bikes  cycling  geometry 
21 days ago
Youtube.com: How to set Saddle Fore Aft | Bike Fit Tip
> So if I slide forwards from the saddle by lifting my hands up, should I move the saddle fore or aft?

If your hips slide forward when you do the test, I would first try the saddle back slightly and see how the test is affected -- keep in mind since this is a test that's dependent on a lot of parts of our fit that you may need to shorten your stem or otherwise change the reach. We don't want to increase the reach of the bike too much. When you have the right reach and the right setback the test will get a lot more stable and you won't slip forward.
saddles  ergonomics  bikes  cycling  videos  tutorials  bikefit 
21 days ago
Planetary.social
Wouldn’t you rather have a social network that respected your privacy, resisted abuse and harassment, rewarded content creators and was open by default? We would too, that’s why we’re building the world’s first mainstream client for a truly distributed social network.
internet  decentralization  future 
22 days ago
Jake the Snake questions
The rear tire clearance is pretty good in the '16 compared to the '14 I used to have. 135 rear dropouts. My JTS isn't stock, but there's no weight weenie parts on it, and it's between 21 and 22 lbs.
frames  wheels  bikes  forum-posts 
23 days ago
Elevated chainstay bike history questions.
Incidently, E-stays on the drive side make an excellent way to run a belt-drive, without needing a split dropout assembly to change the damn belt.
bikes  history  cycling  forum-posts 
25 days ago
Yeti History
1989 MBA gets Yeti to build its project bike, the Ultimate, featuring elevated chainstays and a host of technological features. The Ultimate is made from Patco tubing, just like the FRO (For Racing Only), Its one of the first E stay bikes, E stays soon become very popular.
bikes  history  cycling 
25 days ago
650b/ 700c
Brake reach needs to increase by 19mm to go from 622 to 584. Any brake that has enough reach to support a reasonably wide 700c tire is likely not going to have the additional reach to get to 650B... For example, Paul Racer centerpulls (my favorite) go from 59mm to 73mm (according to the Paul website); the Silver sidepulls go from 55 to 73 (according to Riv). Neither of those would support both 650B and 700C.
brakes  frames  cycling  bikes  foru§ 
26 days ago
Rivendell A. Homer Hilsen - Custom Lugged Steel Country Bike
65-71cm: $2500. These sizes come with a second top tube (2tt). Early Homers were made in Japan by Toyo. Then gradually and now totally production shifted to Waterford, in Wisconsin. Although it's human nature to wonder, "Which ones are better? I want one of those!" --- there is no difference in quality.
bikes  cycling 
26 days ago
Rivendell Bicycle Works on Instagram: “Will's 67cm A. Homer Hillsen - coming to a Staff Bikes near you. #rbwstaffbikes”
Will's 67cm A. Homer Hillsen. All our Homers are made to order, there is even one size larger at 71cm. Most of our big bikes get 2tts but sometimes the light tall guys get away with just getting one.
bikes  cycling  photos 
26 days ago
A Dystopian Future? The Rise of Social Credit Systems by Liav Orgad, Wessel Reijers
Is China's Social Credit System leading the way to a dystopian future? ‘Yes’, claims Wessel Reijers, who identifies dangerous dictatorial tendencies that do not live up to the promise of cultivating civic virtue. ‘No’, argues Jens van 't Klooster, who sees it as a promising way to enhance distributive justice and an alternative for price mechanisms in market economies. In an online symposium, we have asked several eminent scholars to take sides in this timely controversy concerning an unparalleled effort of social engineering that will soon influence the lives of over a billion citizens. Is the Social Credit System a ‘digital dictatorship’ or a ‘digital republic’? How unique it is in a comparative and historical perspective? Is a social credit system good for women? And what are the implications of the system on the institution of citizenship?
science  surveillance  china  politics 
28 days ago
Reddit.com/r/bikewrench/: Shimano XT M8000 vs T8000
The RDM8000 is meant for MTB type bikes and does have the full clutched Shadow+ mechanism. It is an 11speed rear derailleur meant for use with up to a 46t sprocket depending on chainring configuration. The RD-T8000 is meant for trekking/touring type bikes and as you have already correctly noted does not have a clutch mechanism (standard Shadow design, not Shadow+). It is a 10spd rear derailleur! It is also meant for a max sprocket of 36t since touring/trekking riders are more likely to use a double/triple chainring but also want slightly closer gear ratio steps. There is a very strong trend in the MTB world to ditching front shifting. The T8000 system which, with its 36t max cog, strongly depends on front shifting to have a sufficient range of gearing (unless you live in a really flat area). So overall, T8000 lacks clutch, lacks max cog usable with 1x setup, and isn't compatible with the MTB upgrade path which is solidly in 11spd (or 12 if you're using SRAM) now.
forum-posts  drivetrain  cycling  bikes  reddit 
29 days ago
Wikipedia.org: Bicycle and motorcycle geometry
Bicycle and motorcycle geometry is the collection of key measurements (lengths and angles) that define a particular bike configuration. Primary among these are wheelbase, steering axis angle, fork offset, and trail. These parameters have a major influence on how a bike handles.
cycling  bikes  geometry  wiki 
4 weeks ago
Your Handlebars Are Too Low Pal!
There’s no reason to buy a bike that you can’t get the bars level with or higher than the saddle, and there’s no reason to ever ride with the bars lower than that, either.
handlebars  blog-posts  stems  bikes  cycling  ergonomics 
4 weeks ago
On One Free Ranger on Riding Gravel
By the way, the Free ranger is a rebranded Carbonda CFR696 frame. You can probably get it cheaper there if you want a frameset only.
forum-posts  frames  bikes  cycling 
4 weeks ago
Paul Component Engineering — Motolite
All Motolite’s have the capability of running a larger size wheel. In other words, the arms allow the pads to travel way up the arm so you could say, run a 650b or 700c wheel on a bike designed for 26”wheels.
brakes  bikes  cycling 
4 weeks ago
WTB Resolute Tire: Checkpoint
Two things to note here. First- The Resolute is a far bigger volume tire than a Nano 40 is. Secondly, the Nano is not nearly as fast a tire and excels at straight line traction more so than the Resolute. What results is that on the one hand, with the Nano 40, you have a tire that is adept at climbing, braking, and maybe most importantly- fits many cyclo cross bikes. On the other hand you have a general purpose off-pavement tire with exceptional ride feel, speed, and that has good stability on loose gravel. However; the Resolute is not going to fit a lot of older bikes. This is why I call out for a 37-38mm variant. So, if both tires were similar size the conclusion would be that the Nano 40 is more of a specialist while the Resolute is more of an all-around tire.
forum-posts  tyres  reviews  cycling  bikes  compare 
4 weeks ago
William Gibson: ‘I was losing a sense of how weird the real world was'
“I was actually able to write Neuromancer because I didn’t know anything about computers,” he says. “I knew literally nothing. What I did was deconstruct the poetics of the language of people who were already working in the field.
books  scifi  writing  articles 
4 weeks ago
ENTREPRECARIAT
Entrepreneur or precarious worker? These are the terms of a cognitive dissonance that turns everyone’s life into a shaky project in perennial start-up phase. Silvio Lorusso guides us through the entreprecariat, a world where change is natural and healthy, whatever it may bring. A world populated by motivational posters, productivity tools, mobile offices and self-help techniques. A world in which a mix of entrepreneurial ideology and widespread precarity is what regulates professional social media, online marketplaces for self-employment and crowdfunding platforms for personal needs. The result? A life in permanent beta, with sometimes tragic implications.
work  politics  netcritique  blog-posts  books 
4 weeks ago
What is the Entreprecariat?
I would like to tentatively explain what I mean by entreprecariat. More accurately, I wish to indicate some directions for this term, since I conceive it as a "force field", a set of crossing vectors, rather than a crystallized object. Entreprecariat is a portmanteau that combines entrepreneurialism and the precariat. As such, it captures both as coexisting axes of a semiotic square of the social.
work  politics  netcritique  blog-posts 
4 weeks ago
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