Check this one out. Ultimate nerd combo. Disc golf disc with electronics and "code" printed on it.
Pretty cool visualizations of the hurricane. https://www.windy.com/-Hurricane-tracker/hurricanes/ian
Extreme hurricane nerdery. https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/
Finally tracked down a flac version of this Ready Men album. Good surf/garage album.
I did a search on reddit to see how many of the disc golfers had played the ps move sports champions game on ps3. There are quite a few people that credit that game with getting them into the sport. Some even said they thought it was a fictitious sport and when they found out it was real they started playing IRL.
One place I can get easily in under 10 min is the grocery store. When there isn't two kids occupying it the trailer can hold a surprising amount of groceries. A full shopping cart worth of stuff fits pretty easily. Plus I still have the rack and cargo box if there is any overflow.
It takes me 10 mins to get to my kids' school. I take the safest route which is 2.3 miles. The most direct route, if it were safe, is 1.7 miles. A whole 0.6 miles out of the way. This is with numerous stop signs and two stop lights to traverse. On one hand car-centric road design sucks because it makes me have to take a longer route. But on the other hand I can at least make it there feeling relatively safe and there are lots of places I can get to on bike in general within a pretty pleasant 10 min or less ride. This school just happens to be on the other side of a big busy road. Most everything else I need/want to go to rarely requires crossing any major roads. This is about as good as it gets in the US for cycling unless you live in a downtown area of a decent size city.
Hey video nerds! I want to find a client that I can use to livestream (to peertube) a playlist from a headless server.
Ideally, I'd have a really really easy way to override it from my local machine with actual live content rather than a playlist, but I'll deal with that being slightly cumbersome if I can get just regular playlist livestreaming from a command line client.
These are terms that don't return good search results, or possibly I am bad at using modern search engines?
Regardless, I would welcome suggestions or tips if you have them.
(I'm going to offer local acts I know some cash to come do a live, twenty minute TV set, acoust-ish at the coffee shop.
If you wanna do a live broadcast concert from a north GA coffee shop, or antique mall basement or attic, or maker space atrium, hit me up)
Got a new Ryobi 40V battery since my 4+ year old one died a couple weeks ago. As I would have guessed there are a bunch of 18650s in there and it is not uncommon for the board inside them to die while most/all of the cells are still serviceable. I need to find my torx bits so I can get in there and harvest them.
But yeah, first live stream from New Ellijay TV. It's a really ugly rough test.
Find out if it works with us!
Where are my battery nerds at? Specifically AA/AAA type batteries?
A while back I bought one of those La Crosse battery chargers https://www.lacrossetechnology.com/products/bc700 and a bunch of Eneloop AAs and AAAs. It worked great, and it had a bunch of modes and stuff that I hardly ever used but were nice to have.
I gave it away, thinking oh I'll just get another one. But they don't make them any more and I can't seem to find anything like it now. Has battery tech changed? Am I looking in the wrong place?
Not actually a bot (I hope).
My gemini capsule and gemlog are here:
A social network for the 19A0s.