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Bornach
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Bornach 10h
Replying to @tedyapo @zuph
You'd save even more money if Keurig coffee pods could be used in place of HP printer ink.
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Bornach 11h
Probably not as weird as this
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Bornach 23h
I wonder if that will confuse the microphones which somehow are still able to isolate voice commands being spoken even though its own speaker is playing music
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Bornach 23h
Does it work even when you ask to set an appointment at 3 minutes past 3?
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Bornach 23h
Would those very short term email accounts work?
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Bornach Jan 22
Replying to @digiex_chris @eevblog
Would make a great April fool gag Make it play canned sound clips triggered by remote control to fool other people in the room.
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Bornach Jan 22
Replying to @khendar @eevblog
That's what they want you to think That you're still in control of all those things
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Bornach Jan 22
Finally a token offering that you can give to those most generous dumpster gods at your industrial estate.
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Bornach Jan 22
Replying to @adafruit
Now if they could only figure out how to do that with methane
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Bornach Jan 22
Replying to @Hasitier @eevblog
I subscribe to extra Google cloud storage because I needed more than the basic quota. They offered this thing for free to all subscribers a couple months later. I only turn it on at night to use as an alarm, check weather or stream radio.
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Bornach Jan 22
Replying to @adnarimnavi
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Bornach Jan 21
Replying to @Vetaro @calebiott
Off by a factor of a million though.
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Bornach Jan 21
Of course it's an attack. A form of “We have always been at war with Eastasia.” Get the public to think all climate scientists and their followers have always gotten it wrong in the past, and will continue to get it wrong in the future
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Jade Tan-Holmes Jan 21
[NEW VIDEO!] P vs. NP - The Biggest Unsolved Problem in Computer Science
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Bornach Jan 20
An quicky experiment you can try with two magnets and a lens (or half a bauble kit). Why does tilting the magnet cause the lens to spin? Is this one of those magnet puzzles you'd expect to explain?
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Bornach Jan 20
Replying to @AlwaysComputing
Well there seems to be some interest in this so I'll put writing an ible on my todo list. Still working out the kinks as it is a bit fiddly - cardboard isn't ridgid in the places you want it to be
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Bornach Jan 20
Even after tissue deformation caused by tool pressure? If the safety margin is too wide then insufficient ink will be injected under the dermis and in the wrong place. If too margin too narrow, miscalibration or error in deformation modelling could result in injury.
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Bornach Jan 20
That's what Tom Scott decided to turn his CNC tattoo machine into for safety reasons. Even that didn't go according to plan
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Bornach Jan 20
Well and did try to make one many years ago. At least the outcome wasn't career ending for them so it could have been so much worse.
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Bornach Jan 20
Measuring how deep is the needle is the hard part because that requires very accurate measurement of the height of the skin
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