Since I've been using power adapter with my camera, I needed a few more battery clips.

I printed several more copies of a battery clip for DMV-BFL19PP for my Panasonic GH4 using 0.5mm nozzle with 0.5mm layer height.

The design is from here -- thingiverse.com/thing:2575324/

There's a video about it by the person who designed the clip -- youtube.com/watch?v=amd7pFq7G7

It fits really well.

Ok I'm getting somewhere with this prusa face shield. I made it out of abs with 0.4 mm layer height.

I'm keeping this for myself as I touched it and breathed all over it while figuring out if the print quality is ok., All the subsequentbatches are coming to Community Make and all the hospitals they're in contact with.

The thing the engine is mounted on, is called nacelle.

There are other planes with engines at the back, like MD-80.

The only other airplane with FOUR engines in the back is Vickers VC10, but it barely had any commercial service.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vickers_

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The article on one of the crashes has the most USSR ever uttered.

- *Pilot puts some load on the engine*
- *Plane crashes*

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LOT_Poli

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Is it me or the way engines mounted on il-62 is totally weird?

I ended up fixing formatting on the fronted with SASS.

Here's a bit of sass I used. Docutils generate css class 'footnote' on which I can anchor elements.

.footnote
border: none
table:
border: none
tbody
border: none
td
border: none
table
border: $table-border
tbody
border: $table-border
td
border: $table-border
padding-left: 3px

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I had no work units in the morning, and that was a good thing because I had a chance to disable CPU unit. GPU on its own makes more points than GPU & CPU (~84K vs 66K).

Now finally got one but need computer to work. It will have to run this in the evening.

The first ever video conferencing with jitsi is considered a success. No significant lag or connection weirdness.

Graphs below show resource utilization during 5-person conference on the cheapest hetzner machine (cx11) as a host.



Disaster capitalism. 

I love but the UI is not consistent with anything I know, and kind of cryptic.

There seem to be no help available within the app, F1 gives photo a 1-star rating, pressing question mark redirects to a website with no obvious help section and mashing random buttons doesn't help either.

EZCAP28X HDMI capture with mic-in connection

Connected to RODE vodemicro on a hotshoe adapter to 1/4-20 screw tripod.

This contraption works -- capture device provides enough voltage for the microphone. I can use it as audience microphone/b-cam.

Two problems:

* capture device max out at 50Hz refresh rate and the screen really likes 60Hz. But for capturing desktop I don't really see a difference.

* I hear some clicks on the video, not sure where are they coming from

TIL there is an gray color that is AAA accessible and easy to remember #575757

I found it on this website... that given background color, generates accessible gray combination.

I'm getting very old-school unix vibe from it.

learnui.design/tools/accessibl

I'm still working on organizing everything I'm doing. Organizing everything using Agile seem silly, but that's what is happening.

I created priority and importance labels. Next stop -- how many points I can complete in a week, and having performance review meetings with myself. LOL.

After all the weird weather and rain we've been having lately, park ravine is flooded.

Electronics in my USB "key" in my keychain are gone. Good thing to didn't keep anything important on it.

I'm still hoping to find the chip in a bag somewhere.

Zamboni 

Lately it's been difficult to find bike LED lights that would work on AA/AAA batteries, so I'm trying to fix what I have.

My rear bike lamp stopped working a while ago. Turns out it wasn't broken, it just needed some maintenance. After removing corrosion with dental tool, it works again.

I'm early today. The setup is done with 50 minutes to spare.

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