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RT @stecman
Got tired of waiting to select which OS to boot, so I made a physical switch

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Gemini Zine Announcement 

I started a #gemini zine or gemzine. It's called smolZINE. A little thing to curate some neat stuff that's on gemini on a regular basis. If that sounds like something you'd be into check it out.

gemini://gemini.cyberbot.space

proxy.flounder.online/gemini.c

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Ok, let's settle this once and for all. Today's a good a day as any 😄

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What are the CLI/TUI applications that spark joy for you?

For me a nicely customized tmux, tut fediverse client (so I can talk to you lovely people), amfora (for gemini), profanity (xmpp), newsboat and tui_launcher (because who doesn't want touchscreen buttons in their terminal).

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behance.net/gallery/35437979/V

artist (?) stops random people on the street, hands them pen and paper, asks them to draw a bicycle

then renders what those bicycles would actually look like, if the drawings were accurate (some would even be functional?)

Successfully flashed my old out-of-support 7360v2 with 21.02.0-rc1. 🥳

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my kid wants to learn to make a game for the Game Boy Advance. I told him it's going to be a lot harder than coding for TIC-80 but he seems to still be keen on it.

the best tutorial I've found so far is coranac.com/tonc/text/hardware but if anyone else has resources they'd recommend I'm all ears! #gbadev

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Message from #MBR 

https://masterbootrecord.bandcamp.com/community?sid=512076&st=sm

Hello everyone.

Just a reminder to let you know that my album of video games cover songs “WAREZ” is available for free download on http://mbrserver.com/warez.zip

The package currently include 40 cover songs of the following video games.

C:\WAREZ\>DIR After Burner Alone In The Dark Altered Beast Another World Battletoads Castlevania - Bloody Tears Castlevania - Vampire Killer Command & Conquer Contra Doom 2 Doom Double Dragon Duke Nukem Dune 2 Dune Flashback F-Zero Ghosts 'n Goblins Golden Axe Hero Quest Loom Mega Man 2 Monkey Island Ninja Gaiden Ocean Loaders Out Run Rambo First Blood Part II Shadow Of The Beast Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe Street Fighter 2 Super Metroid Supremacy Syndicate System Shock Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles The Legend Of Zelda Turrican Ufo Ultima Zak McKracken

SPREAD THE CODE

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Is there any good solution for 2FA that works on both Android and Linux based operating systems? It must be open source and preferably something offline that can be synced across devices using Syncthing.

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“Cryptocurrency is literally like an eight-year-old’s concept of an evil businessman. He just plugs his pollution machine in and gets money for it. It doesn’t make anything, it just. Pollutes. And makes money. Like a fucking Captain Planet villain”

twitter.com/WKDart/status/1386

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my game soko is complete featuring a bunch of goodies like generative music! you can check it out here: equaspace.itch.io/soko

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I can't remember where I came across the idea of reading man pages with vim by setting the $MANPAGER envvar. I think it was from this post zameermanji.com/blog/2012/12/3

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Switching back from to because of reasons. I don't want to just use zsh-grml-config any more, but create my own minimal config instead.

Found a great article about configuring without a framework like Oh My Zsh as a starting point: thevaluable.dev/zsh-install-co

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Just added the first new contact with and synced it to my smart phone via my server - pure awesomness! 🤘 :vim:

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