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My first adventure into - Orion (+nebula visible).

Canon EOS 1300D with f/1.8 35mm lens, 15 min total time, 5s per image. Stacked with DeepSkyStacker, postprocess in GIMP.

I captured the usual lights + darks + flats + bias pictures, but shooting from my balcony clearly shows a lot of light pollution (+ neighbor deciding now is the best time to heat up with wet wood ruins a lot of pictures).

I need to get better with focusing, and maybe I'll try a different zoom lens later.

Eric Prydz - Proper (climate change) Education since 2006

Shhh, let me tell you a secret:

Firefox "Reader mode" can often be used to skip all the "cookie consent" BS and reveal the article content beneath.

Did I just accidentally create a bubble chamber radiation detector in a candle? 😁

It's almost 2022, I'm running 4 core SMP processor overclocked at 4.8GHz with 32GB RAM. Why does my computer still feel like this? Today's bloated software feels slower than TurboPascal on a 286...

"But mah developer productivity!!!.."

Email I got from a $webshop:

> Hello, did you know we have anniversary? Do you remember that exactly 12 years ago (8.12.2009) you signed up for $webshop for the first time? No? We do! Congratulations to our anniversary! Here'a a coupon code...

How I imagined it:

I finally have a "usable" IPv6 subnet assigned. Time to start playing around.

BTW what's this "gateway" thing? Isn't IPv6 meant to be "it just works" autoconfigure + default-route-to-interface-and-you're-done kind of thing?

> Mastodon and Pleroma users can:
> - View Lemmy communities, user profiles, posts and comments
> - Follow Lemmy communities to receive new posts and comments

Okay.... but.... how? A simple example or a link to a document would be awesome.

Windows after you turn it on after a couple of weeks: OMG OMG OMG THERE'S AN UPDATE QUICK OMG HOG THE DISK DOWNLOAD ALL THE STUFF OMG while grinding down to a halt.

I'm sending this an hour after taking the picture and it still looks the same. The computer is still unusable. WTF.

I have a laptop with Ryzen 5500U running Ubuntu 20.04 with the latest-ish Linux kernel (5.13.13). Settings reports "AMD Renoir" as the graphics settings.

Whenever the laptop wakes from suspend, I get just animated "static" on the screen (like $ cat /dev/urandom > /dev/fb0). See photo.

I can't find the right keywords to search for this, anybody with experience?

My greatest life achievement this month - making sure the trains fro this intersection do not cause jams on the main railway going east-west.

Got 30min of my own time, it's always fun to play with these speakers. The only thing I'm missing at this point is wood for the portable speaker build. It will sound shitty most likely, but it will be mine.

I wish you all a nice day! Enjoy your hot beverage of choice ☕ (tea is superior of course 😁)

Jaipur - having a lot of fun with this 2 player card game, pretty quick rounds once you familiarize with the rules, and very competitive 😄

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