It is proven! I am rh0 on Keybase: https://keybase.io/rh0/sigchain#a36ca17bccfc459db9997806b7c631dcfdc47fec70e3ec799cdc6488abb77be90f
This doesn't seem terribly practical, but a very cool concept. Reworking Arduboy on OSHpark's flex service to make Arduflexboy.
The dat mirror of POC||GTFO has been updated with issue 19. If you have beakerbrowser, or are otherwise capable of viewing dat sites, there is a portal at: dat://pocorgtfo.electro.pizza/
The full archive of journals (around 1GB) can be found at:
FirstToken (a youtube channel that posts radio oddities received by a station in the Mojave Desert) posted a slew of transmissions received from HAARP this morning.
The first of several:
This was part of a transmission artwork by Amanda Dawn Christie called "Ghosts in the Air Glow."
It's been delightful and fascinating to dig into. I hope HAARP continues projects like this. Meanwhile, I need to get my HF rig back on the air!
Blog post on my server setup: https://s-ol.nu/self-hosted
little bonus note: multi-stage docker builds are *the shit* for building, then deploying any kind of web code generically:
Been writing up how basic Dat support is implemented in Firefox with dat-fox:
Next post will be how dat-webext fixes all the shortcomings that dat-fox has!
I just switched my local development environment for my day job over to Lando (a docker abstraction/utility), and dang! I'm impressed. We integrate with Pantheon mostly at work, and its really solved some annoyances I've had.
(Re-reading this it sounds awfully ad-like. I am in no way affiliated with Lando. It was just a pleasant surprise.)
Is today the day I buckle down and do the PCB layout for this schematic? It's going to be a bear, and I keep finding excuses to put it off. Come to think of it, I'm, pretty sure I have som laundry to do.
Does anyone have experience using yunohost? I'd love to hear your thoughts about it.
The project looks very active, and is very tempting. Mostly I'm debating between a utility "distro" like this vs just setting everything up myself.
Not the prettiest job, but cobbled together a test rig for a surface mount transistor. Want to be sure it can switch a low current 160v before I commit.
BTW, you can now browse `dat://` archives using Datmobile on Android.
- infosec enthusiast
- radio and electronics hobbyist
- P2P optimist
- gardener and weather watcher
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