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friend sent me this picture, apparently the parts haven’t been delivered yet (thanks digikey) so he had to make it work with whatever was around

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I almost forgot, It's missing one thing for me though, the vibrant terminal theme that duckduckgo has, I hope they add that at some point in the near future before they release the search engine.

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search.brave.com/ seems like well featured search engine 😄 , it has like summaries where it directly answers your questions in a box directly at the top of the page rather than looking for them in the wikipedia pages as I used to do with duckduckgo.
I am honestly looking forward for it to be released from beta to use it. As it still doesn't have many search results for any query but it suffice if you know what you're searching for but not a good option to look for things you're not sure about.

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Israel says they're gonna keep killing until Palestinians are quiet

The Palestinians I know will never be quiet, and so neither will I

Someday soon, from the river to the sea, Palestine will be free!

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An explanation of the Palestine-Israel conflict from the Arabic perspective

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How do you store your passwords?

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I don't always use 2FA but when I do there's just little enough time left on the current number that I probably can't type it in fast enough but enough left that I have to wait for an annoyingly long time for the next number…

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Houthi officials released a stunning recording. Just a few months before 9/11, CIA director George Tenet pressured the Yemeni government to release Al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlak. Tenet is recorded saying “this is my person, this is my problem, this is my issue... The man must be released. I’ve talked to everybody in my government; I told them that I was going to make this call.”

Tenet, appointed by Bill Clinton, was the head of the US government’s 9/11 response. realalexrubi.substack.com/p/le

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The Pedestrian Catcher, invented in 1932 to try to minimize pedestrian casualties

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@mntmn the laptop arrived, i'm really happy with it

the manual is excellent. i don't think i've seen a technical manual for a computer that was useful and detailed like this and not just legalese goop, ever

the whole thing feels very solid and i'm impressed with just how much attention was paid to everything

connecting the batteries was also easy, having opened Acer laptops before it was something i dreaded 😅 , next up the NVMe

and i… guess i have to get back to etnaviv dev now hehe

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Software engineers: “you can’t patch it at runtime! It’s too hard and risky”

Civil engineers:

RT @splattne@twitter.com

In 1930 the Indiana Bell building was rotated 90°. Over a month, the structure was moved 15 inch/hr, all while 600 employees still worked there. There was no interruption to gas, heat, electricity, water, sewage, or the telephone service they provided. No one inside felt it move.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/splattne/status/13

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