[-] mesamunefire 1 points 6 hours ago

The retro-gaming community is pretty cool.

[-] mesamunefire 16 points 1 day ago

True their competition is actually getting much better whereas they just throw BS at you nowadays. It's unfortunate but Google is no longer my go-to for searching.

[-] mesamunefire 19 points 2 days ago

I agree, I want the dumbest ev possible. I'm a software dev and the last thing I want is a touch screen attached to a car you can't replace plus a battery you can't replace.

[-] mesamunefire 3 points 2 days ago

Once you find some, feel free to put some reviews on bookwyrm.

[-] mesamunefire 4 points 2 days ago* (last edited 2 days ago)

Personally I like the muse headphones. Absolutely fantastic range for the price and if you are actually looking for audio quality + repairable they are great. The build quality is also top notch and compare with the $500+ range headphones. I don't like how apples sound tbh. For that price it should sound better.

For everything else I just get wired or target brand wireless. The target brand for less than 10$ has lasted over 4 years lol.

[-] mesamunefire 126 points 2 days ago

Repairable earbuds are now here, so that's pretty cool. https://shop.fairphone.com/fairbuds

It's not for me because I like wired but it's much better than apples.

[-] mesamunefire 2 points 3 days ago

I was just able to compile the project. The comments on the asm are kinda amazing. It's really detailed.

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[-] mesamunefire 2 points 3 days ago

Reminds me of what bitwise industries management did to their employees and customers.

[-] mesamunefire 26 points 5 days ago

Theres quite a few sites that still use it and existing ones in the Fediverse have it built in (which is really cool). But your right, the general public have no concept of having something download and queue up on a service rather than just going to the site. And the RSS clients are all over the place with quality...

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Im trying to find a good service to digitize a couple of newspapers. See the post for a couple of examples. Mostly local, but might be interesting for people in the future.

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I know this may not be related, but I am trying to find a good scanner for a newspaper. I have an original 9/11 newspaper by the fresno bee that I would like to see digitized at some point.

Theres a couple others I have saved throughout the years that I would like to see make their way into archive.org. Im going to contact archive.org to see if they will accept the newspapers, but on the off chance I can do this myself (or have a service do it for not that much) I would rather do that.

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Across the Fediverse (digitallofi.com)
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An interesting take on the fediverse, namely mastodon.

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Its a bit old, but I just learned it via the retro-dodo article here: https://retrododo.com/google-is-killing-retro-dodo/

[-] mesamunefire 224 points 3 weeks ago

"Earlier this week, Reddit disclosed in a corporate filing that CEO Steve Hoffman sold 500,000 shares, and Reddit COO Jennifer Wong also disclosed that she sold 514,000 shares."

If they believed in the platform, they would hold. Yeah looks like they are looking for bag holders.

[-] mesamunefire 114 points 4 weeks ago* (last edited 4 weeks ago)

They do, take a look sometime on GitHub. There's just not a lot of traction when the big players can run on so many other platforms. And often faster than the hobbies counter part.

All three big oses are also made by a staggering amount of people that all worked together. And even in the case of BSD/Linux/minux/ect, lot of people worked on it that made money off it. Temple OS is probably the only exception as it is well known and mostly(?) made by one person.

It's an interesting field that is still being worked on.

[-] mesamunefire 126 points 3 months ago

I'm glad steam and gog exist. Both provide an amazing service.

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