Pinned toot

Slashdot Syndrome, where you're so concerned with performative anti-corporatism that you're incapable of empathy with non-tech people nor of making rational computer security decisions.

Pinned toot

I have unpopular opinions about managing software. I will give one to you for each fav I get on this toot until I run out.

I am so tired of white supremacists arguing with me on birdsite that eugenics is fine. They're all really eager to do so.

So tired.

Slowly working myself up to running romex cable around my house.

I hand my daughter a lipo battery with probe leads so she can light up her LED heart PCBs.

What's the first thing she does when she takes the ground lead?

Taps it to the hot lead I'm holding and say "cheers!"

My shipment of high speed ESCs is showing up soon and I'm very excited.

I'm such a nerd.

Last day of vacation. I'm not really all that excited to go back.

I really wish that folks would stop playing games as a job. Not because that's unreasonable, mind you. But because their energy of turning games into wage slavery (and the catering that game designers feel compelled to do for it) ruins it for the rest of us.

First print. I'm using the rest of the galaxy black sample for the treefrog.

I want a white noise generator that is the sound of 3d printers working.

Okay, I think I got it dialed in. This print is almost certainly going to be viable. Part of it is just better prepping of the print bed.

Retrieved from inside the extruder and inside the filament feed motor, top to bottom respectively.

"Well *there's* your problem."

Better question is: is there a firmware upgrade to avoid this because this is pretty shit.

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Haven't even finished one print and I'm already fully breaking down and purging the filament feeder. smdh.

@thegibson Is Hackers.town going to have a chance for new members again soon? 1-3 folks I know would like to join.

The highest praise I can give Hackers.town is that it has BBS energy.

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hackers.town

A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.