fans of @PINE64 be on the lookout for the Pine A64 timer patch in linux 5.1 config: SUN50I_ERRATUM_UNKNOWN1 https://github.com/torvalds/linux/commit/c950ca8c35eeb32224a63adc47e12f9e226da241
Better a few years late than never.
@TheKinrar suggestion for instances.social, assuming it updates the total user and toot count for each site - the front page could chart a federation-wide user and toot total over time.
@pixelfed Bring back Google Circles. I love it. This work belongs in a seperate service that lets me keep my identity seperate from any one mastodon or pixelfed intance, and manages my circles and friending lists.
https://archive.org/details/oldtimeradio is a treasure trove of culture from when the radio was less music and more spoken word.
some ui tweaks. need more of a plan to make the next significant step in usability. things are stalled at the moment. https://donpdonp.github.io/zootdeck/
new alpha release for zootdeck today. a column of toots has a new mode: pictures only. https://donpdonp.github.io/zootdeck/
ps. Mastodon's "Delete and Re-Draft" is the best.
Its nice to see another location based AR-ish game, even if it is from Niantic and plays like a slot machine. The dream of such games was described in 2010 as Shadow Cities and we're still waiting for it, imho.
Day 1 of the 3 day drift-phase to the moon, Apollo11 astronauts continualy use the "Space Sextant" to double-check the course correctness. A pre-defined set of reference stars were used.
offering obsolete X terminal computer hardware
@jamey The Living Computer Museum in Seattle does great work. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Living_Computers:_Museum_%2B_Labs
A good animated mission overview of Apollo 11 in this video as the time-synched replay (apolloinrealtime.org) puts the CSM/LM at the start of its 3 day journey to the moon.
10 hours into the 9-day Apollo 11 Mission of July 16, 1969. Landing on the moon happened 102 hours into the mission.
Portland needs this on a wall, too.