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[#] Sun Aug 04 2013 12:48:35 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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So, lately, I've been getting into video editing a little, using something called Lightworks.

I was having a difficult time figuring out why my dissolves looked so shitty, until I learned that you can't use all of your source video if you want the dissolves to work. You have to set an out-point to about a second or so earlier, and the in-point similarly (for the other video to which you are dissolving) so the effect has something with which to work.

Learning that, I see that it does a fantastic job of creating dissolves.

This means I can make a proper intro and outro for these videos I'm trying to make (Let's Play stuff).

[#] Mon Aug 05 2013 00:33:58 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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Sounds like fun Fleeb. Keep me posted as I don't even have time for readme's these days.

[#] Mon Aug 05 2013 14:59:59 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Stereotype schmereotype, forget the laptop, I can't distract my wife from the television a lot of the time.

[#] Mon Aug 05 2013 16:03:48 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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harhar, yes definitely.



[#] Wed Aug 07 2013 04:18:19 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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http://blog.safecast.org/ a japanese community collecting radiation maps.

They have a (new) measurement kit named 'bGeigie-nano' consisting of an arduino, gps & wifi radios:

http://blog.safecast.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/WSinAIZU001.png

while 450$ may sound much for a kit, compare it with commercialy available radiation meters:

http://medcom.com/radiation-monitors/geiger-counters/bgeigie-kit/



[#] Wed Aug 07 2013 04:41:07 EDT from the_mgt @ Uncensored

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nice one, dothebart

unrelated:

onboard 3d printer

http://fraufledermaus.soup.io/post/331124594/Bild



[#] Mon Aug 12 2013 13:28:21 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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hm, other side of the coin:

http://publiclab.org/tag/gowanus

using baloons & homebrew hardware in conjunction with phone cams or native cams to create image maps



[#] Fri Sep 06 2013 05:09:32 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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WHOA! why didn't I find that years ago?

apt-get install jq

echo '[{"name":"JSON", "good":true}, {"name":"XML", "good":false}]' |  jq -C .

 

 

Nice! found via... http://xmodulo.com/2013/05/how-to-parse-json-string-via-command-line-on-linux.html



[#] Thu Sep 19 2013 20:11:49 EDT from Sig @ Uncensored

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Going to the TAPR/ARRL Digital Communications Conference (tapr.org/dcc) tomorrow. Super excited for this.

Among the speakers is Erik Westgard, who will present "Applications and Infrastructure for Marathon Support." It may be a variation on this presentation (http://www.slideshare.net/ny9d/network1q), which mentions in passing (on slide 11) how
Citadel is used for coordination and communication, including text mode over packet.

I think this is insanely amusing. I would love to run a BBS over HF radio. Just because.

Anyway, fiscal year realities mean that work is not paying for me to attend after all, but the LT said I could just go on my own (which I'd already planned to do) and take a pass day instead of taking chargeable leave. So that's something.

Bruce Perens will also be speaking this weekend. It should be terribly interesting.

[#] Fri Sep 20 2013 00:33:24 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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Thu Sep 19 2013 08:11:49 PM EDT from Sig @ Uncensored
Going to the TAPR/ARRL Digital Communications Conference (tapr.org/dcc) tomorrow. Super excited for this.

Among the speakers is Erik Westgard, who will present "Applications and Infrastructure for Marathon Support." It may be a variation on this presentation (http://www.slideshare.net/ny9d/network1q), which mentions in passing (on slide 11) how
Citadel is used for coordination and communication, including text mode over packet.

I think this is insanely amusing. I would love to run a BBS over HF radio. Just because.

Anyway, fiscal year realities mean that work is not paying for me to attend after all, but the LT said I could just go on my own (which I'd already planned to do) and take a pass day instead of taking chargeable leave. So that's something.
i
Bruce Perens will also be speaking this weekend. It should be terribly interesting.

Hey Sig, say hi to Erik for me.  I wondered why he did not stop by my office with some gear for the Twin Cities Marathon today, but I suppose he forgot he was busy.  I agree, he is a super amusing, but also good at getting things done and building a quirky community.  Yes, the Citadel usage is real (I have some first hand knowledge in that area).  I wish I could go the the DCC some day.   If only it could come back to Minnesota, but the last time was back in '94.



[#] Wed Oct 30 2013 06:24:56 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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http://about.psyc.eu/XMPP

entertaining read. I like at most:

 

Dave Cridland writes:

"You're correct in your assertion that framed data would mean clean binary transfers, but that isn't a goal of XMPP - anyone shipping binary data directly through XMPP is simply doing something inefficient. If you do want to ship large binary objects, it's more efficient to send them either via email, or send a URL via XMPP, and ship the data by a more suitable protocol."

 

Binary, Email and efficient in one sentence, that could only be said by an XML-Zealot.

 

 

 

 

 



[#] Wed Oct 30 2013 16:35:58 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Gads.

Shipping binary information via e-mail, described as 'efficient'?

[#] Mon Nov 04 2013 19:01:38 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Screwing around with my Pi a little more.

It has a very nice graphics card in it, so I want to compile omxplayer so I can fart around with the graphics capabilities from source.

I probably should have stuck with g++ instead of trying to move to clang, though. I don't think clang likes the standard library currently installed.

[#] Fri Nov 08 2013 14:07:22 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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"Hey .. that's *my* Pi!"

[#] Fri Nov 08 2013 18:00:51 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Heh... sadly, even g++ is having trouble compiling this on the Pi itself.
Hmm... should be able to do this.

[#] Mon Nov 11 2013 02:09:14 EST from the8088er @ Uncensored

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I've been thinking about getting a Pi but I don't know what I'd do with it and I already have a host of other UNIX/Linux machines that run 24/7 and do nothing.

That's unlikley to stop me in the long run, though.

[#] Mon Nov 11 2013 05:20:02 EST from dothebart @ Uncensored

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Mon Nov 11 2013 02:09:14 EST from the8088er @ Uncensored
I've been thinking about getting a Pi but I don't know what I'd do with it and I already have a host of other UNIX/Linux machines that run 24/7 and do nothing.

That's unlikley to stop me in the long run, though.

the pi or the olimexino or qubieboard can do the same for a much smaller footprint on your electricity bill.



[#] Mon Nov 11 2013 07:46:13 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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It's quite light on the bill.

Finally got the omxplayer to compile properly... helps to make sure gcc and g++ are linked to 4.7 and not 4.6.

[#] Mon Nov 11 2013 10:21:04 EST from zooer @ Uncensored

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with it and I already have a host of other UNIX/Linux machines that run
24/7 and do nothing.

Yes, but do they do nothing in a small form factor?

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