Anyone out there able to 3D print some things for me? Obviously I will pay you for the printing and the shipping, and CAD as appropriate if there isn't a default for what I'd like. Mainly lots of small things rather than one big thing.
Would appreciate boosting the toot if you do know other people who can help me out!
Everything cops say about Amazon's Ring is scripted and approved by Amazon https://gizmodo.com/everything-cops-say-about-amazons-ring-is-scripted-or-a-1836812538
The #garlic was telling me it was time to harvest.
So we did this morning before the rain. I'm pretty pleased with the size and condition of the garlic, which has been growing in pots the previous two years and is definitely bigger.
It's now drying in trays in the garage (which has light and is airy). I'll then sort through them in another month and work out what to save to sowing in Autumn and what is for eating. And some for sharing too.
For those who haven't heard of en_DK before, it's the "European English" (for want of a better description) locale.
It uses Commonwealth English (en_GB) for strings and ISO-14651-1 for collates.
Dates are in YYYY-MM-DD, time is in 24h HH:MM format, Monday is the first day of the week, comma is the decimal separator, currency is euro and standard paper size is A4.
Encrypted SNI: reading the specs and
can't the record_digest field be used to guess which domain name is being requested, if the attacker knows the list of ESNI pubkeys? (Which is published in DNS) #tls #cryptography
Linux has had job suspending since the stone-age. But suspending graphical applications like a browser would be a really nice feature. Make sure it doesn't claim resources or battery while you're doing something else.
TIL: you can configure a #git remote with multiple push URLs.
It basically allows you to push to multiple remotes at once.
exponential growth is still kind of wild to us
1 byte: stores the number of people in a large entry-level math class
2 bytes: stores the number of people at a large university
3 bytes: stores the number of people in a large city
4 bytes: stores half the number of people in the world
5 bytes: stores the number of stars in our galaxy
6 bytes: stores the number of cells in a person
7 bytes: we have no idea
8 bytes: stores the number of nucleotides in a person
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