I don't use it myself, but Fritzing sounds like a neat PCB design solution. Unfortunately, the project looks it's been abandoned, or at least is in serious trouble.
Is it time for a software developers union?
No, not Rust!
Today's Internet of Shit story.
There's still time to get in on the ground floor! Don't let the hype train leave without you!
We shouldn't be relying on tech companies to protect us from tech companies, but here we are.
Bird site is hemorrhaging users, so they're going to stop reporting user numbers.
Just another day in the Internet of Shit.
Fire (and lots of it): Berkeley researcher on the only way to fix cryptocurrency
Oops. Honeywell learns the hard way that connectivity isn't a given.
If you really, really value your privacy you can burn TAILS 3.12 to a USB stick and boot it from it.
One caveat is it may not boot a second time without some partition table tinkering so you'll have to factor that in.
You have to admit El Reg can write a headline.
Despite what it says, I can't help but take anything Google says with a grain of salt. They don't do things without consideration of how it affects their data gathering.
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