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Hey livestream team, all mics are left open after the talks. It feels a bit odd being able to listen in on private conversations once q&a finished.

What I like about it mostly is the mundane way the writer goes about with high tech, managing to introduce complex ideas in a rather 'obvious' and humane fashion.

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Some weeks ago I read a short story by Robin Sloan. Since it keeps coming back to my mind, I scanned my copy. It's a short read, but it resonated really well with me. storage.luckycloud.de/f/efb046

@th inspired by your tradfri hacking ... ikea just launched the frekvens led matrices, I think they need some hacking too ;-)
I hope to get a few this week, let's see what we come up with.

It was a while, but we were out geocaching last weekend. Doing a little tour close by home, found a large cache hidden in plain sight at a place I pass by every week. Those are the best.

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RT @BenjaminTarsa@twitter.com

"Can I copy your homework?"

"Yeah, just change it up a bit so it doesn't look obvious you copied"

"Ok"

🐦🔗: twitter.com/BenjaminTarsa/stat

Ok, turns out the actual image dates back to 2016. Unsure how it was received back then, but I can say I had many questions seeing it anno 2020.

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At the same time, I do wonder how it will be different than setting up a personal / group scuttlebut pub.

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Whilst I have questions about this being VC funded as well as I don't really agree with the tagline ... the effort planetary.social/ is making is legit and I look forward to following along.

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Aryeh Nirenberg has created an amazing video, which lets you feel the rotation of the earth:

Using a tracking mount aligned with North Star, he kept taking photos every 12 seconds for about 3 hours. The camera is looking at the same portion of the Milky Way.

Which I shouldn't use as an excuse to not finish my research work. I feel it needs to be done in the coming months.

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Although I haven't been able to submit my PhD yet, what I did learn over the past 9 years is the sheer relativity of everything.

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Tomorrow my daughter turns 9.
I started my PhD before she was born.
I want to scream.

The Fri3d Camp CfP is open for another 2 days! Get your family friendly hacker / maker / diy activity ideas in and join us in August for the 4th edition or our family friendly camp.
www2020.fri3d.be/en/cfp/

Just found out there's a demoparty happening in Brussels yesterday and today ... in case anyone reads this, is there some public part still happening today?

Been enjoying the recent Power of Ten episode featuring @changeist - there's a lot of good stuff being said. I primarily like the idea of 'understanding through narrative' and the reflections made on user centered design.
omny.fm/shows/this-is-hcd-huma

My 6 y/o daughter revived my partner's childhood tamagotchi. It's interesting to relive this thing from the parent perspective, I must say ... although I'm not really sure what I think about it yet.

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