@h This is on ye olde birdsite, but I thought you would be interested in this -- 1080p HDMI video output using a low-cost ECP5-family FPGA board.
algae terraformed the shit out of this planet and nearly wiped themselves out across multiple eons and they weren’t even centrists
Inside Mozilla's internet privacy fight with Google, Facebook
Huawei, Xiaomi, Oppo et Vivo s'unissent pour concurrencer le Google Play Store - PhonAndroid.com
> Pourquoi pas !
"What Remains", released some months ago for the venerable Nintendo #NES (1986) is no less than *excellent*! <3
An interactive fiction/adventure game about: environment, disinformation, whistleblowing, feminism, hacking (also lockpicking!), organizing, etc.
It's funny and deep. The characters are so cool! Great politics! Spot on! <3
Oh, and fantastic music! Some wild #chiptune epic!
Gameplay is friendly, never (too) punitive. Had to play it to the end!
<3 <3 <3
Actions against sexual violence continued to explode at the National Autonomous University of Mexico in #MexicoCity, as students, anarchists + youths marched on the rectory’s office + rioted at the main UNAM campus amidst a campus wide general strike. https://itsgoingdown.org/unam-explodes-sexual-violence/
People in #Portland are calling on the community to stand up to a local KKK leader and Joey Gibson wanna-be on February 8th. https://itsgoingdown.org/kick-the-kkk-out-of-portland-february-8th/
Be sure to follow @smogelgem, @Gidimten, @showmekittys, and @UnistotenCamp for on the ground updates on possible imminent RCMP raid on #Wetsuweten territory.
It must be the week for feeling annoyed with people who manage to live without putting everything on their calendar, because this morning someone in a position of influence said in a group setting that list-making and using reminders is unnecessary because "if it's REALLY important, you won't forget it" and I'm still fucking fuming.
'It’s a Moral Imperative:' Archivists Made a Directory of 5,000 #Coronavirus Studies to Bypass Paywalls
A colourised electron microscope image of a single seed from Medicago arborea, a Mediteranean shrub with pretty yellow flowers, taken by Rob Kesseler.
Kesseler works at the intersection between art and science, using scientific techniques to create beautiful botanical artwork. His most recent work aims to highlight he effects of climate change on the plant world.
Catching up with Jason
Even though he doesn't seem to hang out here much anymore, he appears to have been blogging about his cluster-y stuff.
@vertigo I found a Digilent Nexys 2 too, which is a bit more serious dev board, but probably undesirable for open source work since most enthusiasts won't probably be able to get their hands on one of these.
@vertigo I found this one available locally for not an exorbitant amount of money. What do you think of the specs?
Digilient Basys 2 Spartan 3E FPGA trainer board
@garbados (without a twitter middle stop, this is the article)
Privacy campaigners bid to beat police facial recognition plans by wearing ‘dazzle’ makeup
Wearing makeup has long been seen as an act of defiance, from teenagers to New Romantics. Now that defiance has taken on a harder edge, as growing numbers of people use it to try to trick facial recognition systems.
Interest in so-called dazzle camouflage appears to have grown substantially since the Metropolitan police announced last week that officers will be using live facial recognition cameras on London’s streets – a move described by privacy campaigners and political activists as “dangerous”, “oppressive” and “a huge threat to human rights”.
the means of memorisation must be seized and distributed.
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