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Hey yo newbies on hackers.town and beyond. Permit me to myself if you will.

I have a 1 in 6 chance of detecting secret doors and a pick lock skill of 10%. I'm probably talking about old-school D&D and totally not .

I enjoy slinging code, especially C and sometimes C++ although I mostly golang for $daygig.

My stack of unfinished projects includes a Mastodon client for the Amiga, a side-scrolling shmup on SDL2, most of the first draft of a bad fantasy novel and so many unfinished CTFs.

I'm also the sysop of
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the hackers.town experimental BBS for specifically awesome people.

Follow me for vaguely misleading PII, drunkposts about Blondie, Amiga propaganda, cutting the chord with big-tech, silicon valley snark, and a generally bad attitude about the tire-fire that is the modern web.

Rarely lewd but a bit sketchy on CWs.

Hi.

Has anyone watched "Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records"?

@qwazix @machado I went with the Kensington Expert wired to replace a wireless version that had died. My advice is to avoid the thumb ball style as these can cause RSI type injuries. I like the large ball style as it makes it easy to zip around

Getting real friendly with Argo, and reacquainted with Kubernetes.

China 

crime 

Kubernetes has more in common with J2EE than some might be prepared to admit...

uspol 

Installed new darkening blinds in lab at el ranchito and am very excited to be able to computer in the late afternoon without being blinded by the evil yellow orb (that is really white).

covid, us 

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