A $100 drone with a published API:
Attempting to align my head with facing another day in the hell that is aws <-> oauth <-> Keycloak
I'm learning a lot of interesting shit about FPGA from this book (besides what I expected to get out of it).
For example, I didn't know that it was common to have one (or more) "hard" ARM cores embedded in the FPGA chip. Even though I'm moving #rainpsc away from ARM, something like this could simplify the "application-specific logic" SODIMM modules I want experiment with.
I really need to get "in the world but not of the world'" tattooed somewhere that I'm constantly reminded of it.
(I'm not religious, but I love the sentiment of the phrase)
"And with millions of baby boomer-owned businesses set to change hands in the upcoming decades, this transition could be an opportunity to create more democratic workplaces across the country–if business owners, workers, and advocates can work together to convert these enterprises into #EmployeeOwned #cooperatives."
@jjg I think you might be able to test pretty quickly if HTML5 Workers will do the trick.
I’m looking for a #FOSS alternative to things like “find my friends” or the old “google latitude”. Basically I want to allow a few trusted people to know where I am and vice-versa.
It needs to be cross-platform (iOS, Android, Linux, perhaps web for viewing) and any server components need to be self-hostable (mqtt based perhaps?).
I’d build it myself but I don’t really want to support android and iOS 😂
we finally did it. humanity's greatest accomplishment
Should you find yourself in Madison, WI...
Getting anything working on Linux:
* 10% hard problems that should be hard
* 90% basic administration tasks that are harder than you think they should be
Something occurred to me today.
There's a lot of (valid) criticism of capitalism. But not a lot of advice on how to survive in capitalism, especially lower class survival techniques.
You have to give people the tools to deal with the oppressive systems they live in until alternatives are in place, not just yell at them to delete FB or that credit ratings are evil.
@jjg it's very good commentary but it's also very heavy and takes itself extremely seriously to the point where i can't listen to the whole album anymore. i'd definitely recommend giving it a shot if you've never heard it, though. the political commentary has only become more appropriate with time
What happened after 17 employees took over a beloved Maine business: