Looks like hell / tastes pretty fucking great.
hey can anyone out there help me find critical/theoretical writing on hardware modding? (especially on video game hardware, but any kind of consumer modification of industrially-manufactured products would work)
I know that (e.g.) Stephanie Boluk and Patrick Lemieux have studied video game modding from a software perspective, but I don't know anyone studying hardware mods in particular.
(doesn't need to be "academic," just looking for stuff beyond tutorials and enthusiast press)
And now that I've written that I’m realizing the double-ampersand approach would never alert on an error state.
This is the better way:
$ [long running command]; DONE
I’ve left the RCA plugs swapped and now I am wondering if anyone would ever notice that L is now R and R is now L. Do you know any records well enough to catch when the channels are swapped?
🐔 “This software supports a small cohort of neighbors who share responsibility caring for a flock of chickens.”
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The most striking thing is how relevant the story is today. Usually scifi feels very much "of its time," in response to themes that are easy to place in a particular moment in history. Pretty depressing how little progress we've made on militarism and environmental destruction since 1982.
It's based on a manga written & illustrated by Miyazaki in 1982 and it pre-dates the founding of Studio Ghibli in 1985.
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