got my NanoPi M4 booting Armbian, but it doesn't like the old tv I have for a monitor, and sshd is being wonky.

I love how the SBC community has pretty much just accepted that the standard way of writing images to microSD cards is an Electron app that's a ~60MB download.

Also, it's no longer just Etcher, it's "balena Etcher" :blobrollingeyes:

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languages shouldn't have official discord "servers" tbh.
if the discussion isn't available on a public platform, you fucked up.

(also because, if you come to truly appreciate Greater Boston flavored humor, which usually comes with SOME kind of poke in the ribs, and then move away for many years, it's a rare treat to see somebody play the Masshole schtick so well as Bill Burr, which he does because he lived it.)

I tend to give media dudes like Rogan and Bill Burr a bit more of a pass than maybe I would other working class hero types because I grew up in the same part of the country they did, I hung out and got in trouble with kids like them as a teen, and we click culturally. and because despite all the barbed wire bicep tattoo culture I didn't and don't click with, some of those kids were damn good people. and I can recognize that in these guys.

thinking about this a lil more, I do still need to listen to the Ed Snowden episode of Joe Rogan's show. that's one I am *really* interested in, in part because of it being Joe's domain and thus likely to touch on topics that many great interviewers might not, in a way they might not. (though I would love to see Snowden on Letterman's new show, if that's still a thing.)

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Software is like an onion. If you open up the inner layers you start crying

thinkpiece about Joe Rogan, very wow, much on brand for the Atlantic

(which I still regularly check when avoiding my news diet)

Last winter, Rogan had the Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on his show and the episode was a bust, resulting in a kind of blowback from fans that he’d never experienced before. It wasn’t that Joe was insufficiently hard-assed; [rather,] he failed at the most basic task of a host: forcing his guest to say something, anything, meaningful … that’s just how Dorsey talks, and Rogan couldn’t crack it. He’s not the first person Dorsey has bullshitted to death, and he won’t be the last.

theatlantic.com/entertainment/

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ST #Picard S1E1 thoughts: Well, the fine tradition of Sir Patrick Stewart delivering an unbelievably better performance than the script ever could deserve continues. But I like the premise and I like seeing the old man back in action. I mean, someone’s gotta lay down the Lawful Good in a corrupt universe full of selfish incompetence. My favorite space paladin rides again!

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Signal Messenger has surpassed its usual flakiness and straight up started silently eating messages on desktop and Android, and maybe iOS too.

Not good.

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Here's the thing with 3d printing. We're not just seizing the means of production. We're expanding the realm of possibilities beyond what capitalism is willing to consider. The tools are getting better every day and opening up more doors. Hell, we're 3d printing *buildings* now.
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There are some new metal printing techniques that allow existing printers to generate parts that are ready for debinding with no intermediate steps. All those solid metal bits in engines and shit? They're about to be ours.
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If you’re an experienced mastodon server admin (not on shared hosting) please shoot me a DM, I’ve got a weird problem

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In tech, 'smart' refers to any device that stops working when the company that manufactures it goes out of business, regardless of what it does.

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