I've been doing this wrong my whole (IT) life, so many keystrokes wasted:
> If you instead write the IP address as two numbers with a dot in between, the first number is assumed to be 8 bits and the next one a 24 bit one. And you can keep on mixing the bases as you see like.
> This allows for some fun shortcuts when the 24 bit number contains a lot of zeroes. Like you can shorten “127.0.0.1” to just “127.1” and it still works and is perfectly legal.
My wife reminded of an old Android game, where you control a ninja as he slides and jumps across a hilly terrain - the better you time the clicks, the farther he jumps. Searching the web I found it was Moon Chaser from 2011 and was removed from Play store in 2017.
Fortunately, adding "apk" keyword will help out. It works well on Android 11, is free, simple and has no ads. Why was it removed? Could not figure out.
@federico3 I will have some time to learn, but which one to choose? http://xahlee.info/kbd/dvorak_vs_colemak.html has some points, how much of them is "fanboyism"? I'm mainly afraid that constant switching will be a nuisance (as the "home IT support", I don't think I can convert family to Dvorak/Colemak).
Take a 3d Neural Radiance Field selfie (NeRFie) with a phone they said: https://youtu.be/IDMiMKWucaI
Looking up the code: "will take around 3 days to train on 8 GPUs". Yeeeaaaahhhh...
@MutoShack Meanwhile I'm running a Mumble server (umurmurd) for voice calls on my "underpowered" router and I'm happy with it.
👋 reminder that the deadline for student applications for Google Summer of Code is April 13! LabLua is one of the mentoring organizations and I'm one of the mentors with a LuaRocks/Teal related project!
* project described here: http://www.lua.inf.puc-rio.br/gsoc/ideas2021.html#typed-api-for-luarocks
more links below! 👇
<3 It's *really* nice to see LTT highlight FOSS projects like the Open Source Smartwatch program being shown here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xF_SR6aUKHg
Just learned about https://bios-pw.org/ - why pay for finding the unlock code for your laptop BIOS when all the paid services most likely use the open source code backing this anyway.