“This page is hosted on a Casio fx-9750GII graphical calculator”
…And it loads faster than 99% of your privacy-destroying tracker-laden bullshitware.
@0066cc I really enjoyed your blog post about the ThinkPad X230 (I follow your blog via RSS). I previously wrote about the X220 in a similar way , so it's fun to see other ThinkPad X Series enthusiasts in the wild. Thanks for the write up, and enjoy your X230!
Apparently the new audacity owners are adding telemetry to it :/ This is....concerning. Especially because that PR discussion has _zero_ opposition to the feature being added
Cheapest way to ship something to Mars is to contribute to Linux or ffmpeg:
@dan Hey Daniel! I use Zwift on Windows on my X220, and it works pretty well. Granted, the framerate is not great (probably ~15FPS when there's a lot of cyclists around), but it's more than enough to make me happy. I mostly look at the screen to check for power output (watts) and my position around friends with whom I ride, so I don't really notice the "far from 60fps" framerate. Not sure about Linux though, never tried it, but this seems promising: https://zwiftinsider.com/zwift-on-linux/
Ride on! :)
Excellent interactive tutorial on cameras and lenses by @BCiechanowski (thank you for taking the time to build this!).
I learned about Bayer filters, what will you learn about?
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