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OK. Updated the page again. It is now complete!

go-fed.org/ref/activity/stream

Left to do on the site:
* pub
* httpsig
* apcore (lol)
* at-a-glance (which I may keep or may just delete)

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Just learned of a wireless protocol that is specific to ESP devices allowing them to communicate with each other that is not BT or Wifi and supposedly has hundreds of feet of range. Its called ESP-Now and the payload size max is 250 bytes. So it could be useful for sending sensor readings or even text messages of reasonable size.
survivingwithandroid.com/esp-n

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Huzzah, my cool ass Big Pew Pew project has arrived all the way from Switzerland - thanks @deshipu!

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I would totally not blame anyone for deciding to run android open source on their pinephone - android 10 looks smooth as heck compared to the more linux-y mobile OSes capabilities so far (which is totally understandable - not dissing my beloved open source projects whomst effort so very hard)

Video of AOSP Android 10 on pinephone via peertube: peertube.co.uk/videos/watch/2f (via @nas)

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I updated #Go Fed's #ActivityStreams documentation for functional and non-functional properties:

go-fed.org/ref/activity/stream

Still more to do. Sprinting to getting it out on paper is exhausting! D:

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mastodev, pouchdb-mastodon 

ok nerds here it is #mastodev #actualmastodev #fedidev

github.com/garbados/pouchdb-ma

> The goal of this plugin is to make it easy to maintain copies of your Fediverse data and to make it easy to write your own Fediverse clients, without needing to operate an ActivityPub server. In fact, you can use pouchdb-mastodon in the browser to create offline-first serverless clients.

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our government is absolutely and totally committed to one thing only, and that is making our completely arbitrary and stupid way of life appear immutable

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Why does mastodon crop image thumbnails

Does mastodon hate humans?

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So after some research, it's not inconceivable to build semiconductors in the woods, but getting supplies and keeping things clean is going to be an issue. My target is 130nm process circa 2000

Also a semiconductor fab in the woods is going to have bug intrusions. Then again, any structure in the woods is going to have bugs so that's going to need to be dealt with somehow. Hopefully without harmful chemicals

Speaking of chemicals, I need to get MOSFET etching to work without poisoning myself

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Discount Dystopia! $50 Face Recognition Security System ß Naomi 'SexyCyborg' Wu

youtube.com/watch?v=ZOJbLhFHQ1

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nuke oopsie 

The combination of additional reflection from the three experimenters and the change in the geometry of the solution volume was sufficient to cause the system to exceed prompt critical. The small neutron background, estimated at only 100 neutrons per second, apparently also contributed to delayed initiation and thus to increased excursion energetics. Based on fission product activity in the solution, the single–pulse yield was evaluated to be approximately 2×10^17 fissions.

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It was then decided to circumvent the routine, tedious draining process and manually pour the remaining solution of 418 g U(90)/L from the vessel (there are no records of the molarity of the solution). To accomplish this, the neutron source and its guide tube were removed and then the vessel was unbolted from its stand. Then three of the experimenters manually lifted the vessel and began to move it (in order to directly pour the contents into containers) when the excursion occurred.

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This is the ideal development experience. You may not like it, but this is what peak computing looks like.

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