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.
Ontario Government released projected death estimates for COVID-19 -- https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-ontario-could-see-up-to-15000-deaths-from-covid-19-health-officials
.. and the majority of Globe & Mail commenters are cranks.
It was funny to read all the rage to a perfectly sensible article, but now it's just draining.
Coronavirus, Elon Musk
So it turns out that the "ventilators" that Musk was bragging about donating to hospitals (and his fanboys were praising far and wide) turn out to be surplus CPAP machines. Which, if adapted by already overworked hospital staff who probably don't have the parts anyway, can INCREASE the spread of infection.
I'll say it again, every single thing he's done has been a publicity stunt to make him look heroic. Every god damn thing.
The article on one of the crashes has the most USSR ever uttered.
- *Pilot puts some load on the engine*
- *Plane crashes*
I watched Philosophy Tube episode on Chernobyl and now I can't stop listening to Sovietwave
With the surge of use of video meeting, maybe some things don't have to be a video meeting.
I'm going to read this tomorrow -- The Basecamp Guide to Internal Communication
Jitsi Meet: How many video participants in a single conference room can a self hosted server support? Didn't find a good answer so I tried it out myself:
Who doesn't like looking at pictures of other people's desks?
Right, exactly, no one. So for my first post on the @firstname.lastname@example.org blog I collected some photos and can now present to you:
The Home Offices of Sourcegraph!
We're going to try to use teleconference software for our next #GTALUG meeting in April.
Which one you prefer to use?
Here's the video of our#GTALUG March meeting
Ham Radio with a side of Linux with Alan Heighway
My brother shot and edited a short series about the food neighborhoods in #Toronto called "In The Belly of Hogtown"! It's from a couple of years back now and that scene changes so fast, but it's available online now.
I'm so proud of my bro, y'all.
I wrote a blog post on how to update a really old version of Raspbian so it is possible to run OctoPrint 1.4.0 with Python 3.7
I made a bunch of test prints trying to troubleshoot the first layer in my 3d printer.
Python programmer, runner, likes 3D printers and making short videos.
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