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Peter Mortensen
Software developer. Entrepreneur in spe. Forth aficionado .
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Adam Savage Jan 17
Wait for it ...
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Peter Mortensen Sep 22
"Through patterns and cheating (i.e. dependency injection) skilled OOP programmers are able to delay this moment, but it happens. And then usually you start rewriting from scratch."
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Mohit Bhoite | मोहित भोईटे Jan 26
Being able to mix wood with electronics is my new favorite thing. Milled out a walnut base on the mill for the Numitron driver boards. You know where this is going right?
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ΜΔDΞRΔS Jan 26
Salto-1P (Saltatorial Locomotion on Terrain Obstacles) created by the UC Berkeley’s Biomimetic Millisystems Lab, this little robot uses rotor-based thrusters and bouncy legs to propel itself.
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Tube Time Jan 23
please quietly set aside whatever it is you're doing right now and reflect on Tatjana van Vark's incredible artistic creations:
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Peter Mortensen Sep 17
This URL (in the RSS feed, ) for episode 19 (2018-08-31), "Test in Production with Charity Majors", is also broken (404):
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Kevin M. Gill Jan 7
A flight over the central peak of Hale Crater on , a short video created using data. Full version on at up to 8K 60fps: Enjoy the ride!
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Peter Mortensen Sep 15
"business professionals like marketing, sales and HR people, who should have good English skills, often lack them."
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Weird Science Dec 31
A beautiful piece of polished volcanic stone, including peridot mineral which is often brought to the surface in lava flows.
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Bob Miller Jan 24
I've never met a yak that didn't deserve a perm, mani-pedi, and facial. Despite dozens of excellent spool holders on Thingiverse, I designed my own ball bearing hub for my first spool of HTPLA.
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ABC News Jan 9
SURF BUDDIES: Incredible experience for this surfer accompanied by a pod of playful dolphins on Wednesday off the Southern California coast.
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Peter Mortensen Sep 10
"the modern workplace is designed to ruin programmer productivity"
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Fraser Cain Jan 10
Giant streak structure found in Venus' cloudtops -
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Carol Probets Dec 28
This little butterfly is found only in 4 areas on the Great Dividing Range in NSW. Here it is on its larval food plant, Patersonia sericea. I was so pleased to get this shot! Montane Iris-skipper (Mesodina aeluropis)
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Peter Mortensen Sep 7
What did NASA's Opportunity Rover find on Mars? (3 parts):
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Tobias Müller Jan 5
Managed to get my 7 segment Charlieplexing display () to run on the iCEBreaker! FPGA's are fun and I'm so happy that the open source toolchain runs so flawlessly on OS X. Big thanks to and the rest of the team!
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Rosalia Fodera Sep 5
GOOSEBUMPS. This video is- wow. Just listen to that wind. It's from Jason Sawyer's Ring doorbell and it shows the moment a tornado destroyed his home
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Brooke Simmons Dec 13
I thought it was going to be a stretch to get 5 IFU targets at high S/N into half a night's , but turns out it's fine, better than fine, it's fan-freeking-tastic. KCWI is brilliant. I am looking at this raw single exposure like 😍🤓🔭😍
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Peter Mortensen Sep 4
"...know-it-all programmers ... a lot of hassle to deal with these types of people because they will share every brain twirl with everyone without actual purpose other than winning an argument."
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ESA Dec 20
A beautiful wonderland... on ! This ice-filled crater was imaged by our Mars Express spacecraft. Korolev crater is 82 kilometres across and found in the northern lowlands of Mars. More images:
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