I love this person. :)
This is an incredible, incredible story that starts out with one person refusing to walk past a horrible anti-trans sticker without doing something about it.
Fighting TERFs + reclaiming spaces with love, dedication + rainbow coloured marker pens
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The repairable flatpack toaster project is about designing a toaster that can be assembled and repaired by users. The purpose of the project is using the toaster as an example to demonstrate the feasibility of DIY assemblable and repairable consumer products. It also serves the purpose to challenge the way how products are designed and manufactured in general.
Community built AXIOM Micro (small image sensor) development prototype will be demoed at Maker Faire Berlin next week.
The idea to create a very affordable developer kit was born at #34C3.
I'm riding my motorbike over to the other side of London this weekend, and I'll have a bit more stuff than I'm comfortable carrying in a backpack. I have a big waterproof bag that's designed to go on a bike, but my seat is too small to fit both of its velcro mounts.
So I'm designing some little plastic adapters to attach the other mount on the metal rack at the back of the bike.
Shock horror, blocking car in london reduce air polution https://www.cyclist.co.uk/news/6328/boost-for-london-cyclists-as-extinction-rebellion-improves-air-quality
The dragon roared, spitting rings of fire, scales shimmering vibrant warning colors.
Undeterred, the tiny princess strode forward, dark tight curls bouncing about her head.
The dragon snapped at her.
"Enough!" she commanded.
The dragon's growls softened to a whine.
"Be nice to the healer and take your medicine."
The dragon complied dourly.
"Good, now we can go walkies."
The dragon perked up and followed after the princess gleefully.
The first ZX Spectrum prototype. This is what stuff looks like while being developed. Don’t forget that or fear it. It’s easy to forget in an age when we only ever see the shiny façades of technology – whether that’s hardware or software. No one gets it right from the start, it’s always messy, always iterative and you never have all the answers and, heck, half the challenge is figuring out whether you’re even asking the right questions to begin with.
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