Things of Your Day


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The tomato was too real.


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“Clocks that read time via received radio signals have several advantages over their Internet-connected, NTP-synchronised brethren…”


#288

Happy Ten years of Mysterious Ticking Noise:


#289

I used to have a watch that relied on synchronization via radio. It was fantastic…when I took it with me to England. It was borderline useless here, it was awful at keeping accurate time without the radio signal.


#290

Wow. Potter Puppet Pals is still around?


#291

For those who like to stream this bundle has some interesting things. For the rest of you it has a VPN for 12 months.


#292

Amazon finally delivers via drones.


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Boyfriend put me onto the youtube channel. It is a man in North Queensland who’s hobby is making stone age tech. It is both fascinating and oddly relaxing.


#295

Yessss! This is one of my favorite YouTube channels! I especially love the video on fire starter drills and the hut with fired clay shingles.


#296

When he starts smelting iron, shit is getting very real.


#297

Primitive technology has entered the bronze age already. Iron can’t be far behind. At the rate he’s going he’ll be in space in a year or two.


#298

Detroit and Australia - two great tastes that go great together:

https://twitter.com/BrionnaLondon/status/846561085306142720

(Side note - No joke, Detroit is in my top three favorite US cities.)


#299

Interesting talk about an open source video platform.


#300

My friend wrote this, it’s pretty cool!


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