I’m very interested in understanding the #palmos infrared interfaces. USB is fine for existing machines, but it’s a lot of overhead if you don’t really need it, and infrared gets you wireless connectivity without power-hungry radios, etc…
Nor should she. Universal free access to scientific knowledge is essential for the advancement of human understanding. Every financial barrier to factual information impedes the development of thought.
anyone know any data archivists that might have a copy of the Intel OpenCL Runtime for Linux, version 14.2? the link on intel's website does not work and i cannot find it elsewhere
the 2013 sdk would probably also suffice (i have a filename for that one, "intel_sdk_for_ocl_applications_2013_xe_sdk_3.0.67279_x64.tgz")
Please help with testing if you can 📶
Datasheet sites are basically an infested swamp of hustlery, similar to almost any song lyrics site...
Just had the experience of a site showing an entry for a hard-to-find IC I was prowling for a datasheet to. They have a seemingly legit page for the IC with a few details and a link to the datasheet. You click it and is informed that you need to sign in to access the datasheet.
OK, I took the bait, since the IC is hard to find as I mentioned. I create the profile (throwaway details of course) and finally reload the page with the datasheet link promping me to create the profile.
... Only now that I'm signed in, there is no longer any link and apparently they do not have the datasheet and were only pretending to have it to get you to sign up.
Well, screw you too. 🤬
Ahahaha there was a bug in my assembler! Just pushed live code to Apple IIgs RAM over Ethernet and jumped to it!!
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