My Ethereum miner is still making $1.58 per day. I'm waiting for it to dip below $1 and I'll cannibalize it to make a video/3D workstation.

I finally got an audio interface. So great to be able to record sound out of my pocket operator. My first modular synth is on the way too.

Dad’s working on cleaning up his ham radio / workshop up, but I kind of prefer it cluttered.

I just fixed our office routers to serve 1 wifi SSID instead of 3. Much better! I’m not one, but happy SysAdmin day to all the real SysAdmins out there.

This baby will probably be the first to fledge the nest. I’m guessing tomorrow. It’s been fun watching them grow up on the

After watching Ben Eater’s videos on YouTube about making a simple video driver on a breadboard, I’m thinking of ways to go from electrical signals to display.

They have feathers and are ready to fly. By our calculations, they could fledge tomorrow, with chances getting greater later in the week.

Now they have feathers and will be leaving the nest this week! Good luck little fledglings!

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The current family of Bluebirds in my live-streaming nest box seem to be thriving. Three little fledglings are growing up fast. They have tiny parents who are both very actively feeding and cleaning. Live streams are running in the morning EST here

I’m delighted and impressed with the level of detail in the piece at Little Shop of Stories.

I'm not a musician, and besides a couple pocket operators, I own no electronic instruments (yet), but I've certainly enjoyed learning about what's out there. My favorite so far is the Wing Pinger, what a beautifully crafted device.

For the last couple years I’ve been working in the enterprise marketing space, specializing in front-end web dev on Adobe’s “experience manager” product. There’s some cool stuff about the platform, but I find myself less inclined to post about it because it’s kinda niche.

I just now realized that the burrito cashier lady who commented on my “interesting” Mastodon shirt probably didn’t know about the social media platform.

I'm all ready to start blogging, just gotta figure out how to get this old MacBook Pro to run Ubuntu, configure it as a server and install blogging software.
So I'm not at all ready.

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