Python: batteries included, but they’re leaking https://pyfound.blogspot.com/2019/05/amber-brown-batteries-included-but.html?m=1
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My friend Adri has been accepted to UBC’s library school! Please help pitch in to help with her tuition. https://www.gofundme.com/Adri4UBC
Just came across a video capture of a logo sequence from a Hi-Vision disc. Shocking to realize HD could look this good in 1994! https://youtu.be/-3wTaixrdB4
MAME supports using an emulated SCSI CD-ROM with Apple IIGSs now! It’s the first emulator to support it. http://rbelmont.mameworld.info/?p=1360
I should probably explain this, huh? This is a MUSE decoder - a device to decode an obsolete HD signal from a standard use in Japan from 1989 to 2007. This device takes in encoded MUSE and outputs 1030i via YPbPr. There were a few home formats that used MUSE - mainly Hi-Vision laserdisc and W-VHS. Song also produced professional analogue HD video equipment under the name HDVS.
Well it sure looks like Elsevier just leaked a whole bunch of passwords. https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/vbw8b9/elsevier-user-passwords-exposed-online?utm_source=mbtwitter
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