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Out of nowhere the warnings flashed red on his screen. David cursed as he ripped his oxygen mask from his sweat drenched face. He couldn't get timing closure on the design.

He was barely hitting 1.1GHz, and his goal was 1.5GHz. It was likely going to take weeks to untangle the longest paths causing the delays. They might even need to re-architecture some pieces.

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Hello, fediverse. I'm Charles from the USA in the , OR area. I'm excited to be on as I'm hoping it will prove a viable alternative to the "free" social sites.

I make and for a living, and I dabble in for hobbies. Other interests not limited to: , , , , , and .

‘Trading privacy for survival is another tax on the poor’

“Personal data is used to deny low-income people access to resources or opportunities, but it’s also used to target them with predatory marketing for payday loans or even straight-up scams.”

fastcompany.com/90317495/anoth

Also on our forum: forum.ind.ie/t/trading-privacy

'A recent U.N. report from PACE (Platform for Accelerating the Circular Economy) found that electronic waste is the fastest growing part of our waste stream.' via @WIRED@twitter.com
The Right to Repair should become the norm, and not the exception. #WeAreFairphone 📲 bit.ly/2ObhE2x

I had no idea that the early motivation for modems was to enable TTY communication over the acoustic phone network for use by deaf people. I knew the acoustic coupler was a hack to get around the AT&T monopoly that prevented connecting to the network directly, but I had no idea how this monopoly was preventing accessibility. But Mr. Weitbrecht found a way!

tedium.co/2019/03/14/teletype-

While reading this, even though it happened long go, I couldn't help but cheer him on. Go! Go! GO!

New Horizons team made a movie of the MU69 encounter by processing the images from the probe

Some lessons from web 2.0 Show more

SPIN - God is a DJ (7:34)

invidio.us/F7XGIKUY7Fg

... remixing reality.

Amazing composition, in all aspects of the filmmaking. Story, picture composition and framing, pacing, music, acting ...

So much story and interwoven human fates told in so few frames.

Life as a series of events revealing how naive we've been.

TFW you really have to stop yourself from geeking about something. There's a difference between contributing to a conversation and steamrolling everybody with your nonsense. 😆

I shouldn't have looked at the world news just before bed... *sigh* TZAF, everybody. Be well. Hug your friends and families. Love them the best you can. See you back here sometime soon.

us pol - effective distractions Show more

us pol - effective distractions Show more

Software Freedom Conservancy continues to have a profound effect on the world of free, open source software both through its work sustaining important projects and by engaging more widely on topics of general concern. OSI is delighted to welcome them as an Affiliate and looks forward to working with them to promote software freedom.

opensource.org/node/973

GitHub - lunarlang/lunar: Lunar is a superset programming language of Lua 5.1, inspired by TypeScript and Ruby. github.com/lunarlang/lunar

Are there any extant source code editors that are *structure editors* (as opposed to text editors)?

How can we prevent the Orwellian 1984 digital world?

I will provide an answer in my keynote at MIT - libreplanet.org/2019 event March 23rd - 24th

Chicago (or related) people, asking for recommendations Show more

"BubbleOS: the only OS with a built-in death clock!" That's.... That's certainly one way to differentiate yourself from the field.

gitlab.com/kragen/bubbleos

From now on, I will only use operating systems with built-in memento mori.

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social.coop

social.coop is a coop-run corner of the fediverse, a cooperative and transparent approach to operating a social platform. We are currently closed to new memberships while we improve our internal processes and policies, and plan to re-open to new folks when that work is complete. [9/2/2018]