Folks, something completely different: Can anyone recommend a goot development environment for the #Linux terminal or usable through #ssh that comes close to #sublimetext or #atom? Most specifically, I am looking for things such as project support, integration of #git / #subversion and a modestly pleasant out-of-the-box experience (don't want to have to spend too much time on crafting custom configurations). Does such a thing exist...? Any recommendations?
Bubbly Filament Works Better Than You Think - Normally bubbles appearing in your extruded filament would be considered a bad sign, but it turns ... more: https://hackaday.com/2020/02/17/bubbly-filament-works-better-than-you-think/ #3dprintedrcplane #3dprinterhacks #expandingfoam #cnckitchen #filament
You’re going to want this latest version of Firefox, trust us - Mozilla has pushed out an update to patch a critical vulnerability in Firefox. It’s urging users to ... more: https://thenextweb.com/security/2020/01/10/upgrade-firefox-critical-vulnerability/ #security
@itnewsbot sad news, thanks for all the years of good service, you will be dearly missed!
@Truck yea, green Monitor - but I kind of like it like that. As a kid, i had the CTM640 color monitor. Nowadays, I ll use a SCART lead. On the Vectrex, I got two of them, the pictured one also stopped turning on very recently. I shall hunt this down at me workbench. Finding the time is the limiting factor (same for HAM)
TESLA PowerWall 2 Security Shenanigans https://github.com/hackerschoice/thc-tesla-powerwall2-hack
Everything is broken. As relevant as ever, read this article on ITSec if you haven‘t already. https://medium.com/message/everything-is-broken-81e5f33a24e1
#moving First-gen VR main problem: too many components / wires.
Passionate computer geek. First 8Bitter in 1986. Grew up hacking game consoles and writing emulators, worked in eCommerce, publishing and video game industries.
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