@clarjon1 hehehe it's not perfect, right rack ear is bent, it's a bit beat up, and i'm pretty sure the battery is either weak or dead (hopefully not leaking)
still, all things I can fix :) and it works great!
.....quick demo time?
re: positive nb experience
@awilfox that's so wonderfully validating, just makes you smile :)
Hey fedi, I'm making some *hellish* test disks to stress-test an automated Windows HDD->SSD and data recovery suite I was given. Here's what I'm thinking so far:
- Dual or triple boot (Linux, maybe hackintosh?)
- Files in random/arbitrary locations (maybe user thinks Recycle Bin is a safe place....)
- Weird programs (I'm thinking Xilinx Vivado could be wonderfully evil)
- Encrypted disks ala BitLocker
- maaaybe some recursive disk fun?
Y'all are wonderfully evil, how should I punish this thing?
Obituary for a beloved piece of software.
Welp, with the news that iOS 12.4 was jailbroken and is still signed, I'm officially jumping ship. iOS 9.3.5, you have been dearly loved, and you had a rock-solid, amazing jailbreak with many wonderful tweaks (some of which I won't see on the other side) and a perfect featureset. You're a reminder of a time before constant drama.
I'm sad that app developers have deprecated your support, but it is now time to say farewell. Rest well, my old friend. <3
@envgen mmm, that's tasty alright :)
i also like to toss with a bit of dried herbs, maybe a bit of good balsamic vinegar. easy and flavorful! so many ways to go with it.
re: farting in programming church
@waweic @Elizafox I don't think a license is the answer. Certification, however, might be. It's a sort of "soft gatekeeping" - classifying those trained to a certain standard without actively imposing any limits. This way, you can let the clients do the gatekeeping for you: for mission-critical applications, "developed by ABC-certified devs" or "QA'd by ABC-certified devs" can be an excellent selling point. And for non-mission-critical stuff, there's no impact.
Just got a chance to mix on a Behringer X32 this morning...
...first chance in a few years I've gotten to do live sound, and first time on a digital console at that. (Well, besides the time I abused Ableton as a digital mixer when there was no console or PA, lol)
I'm actually super impressed with how intuitive the layout is. Still need to properly learn FX routing, but the general mix came together nice and quickly - as did assigning mute groups on-the-fly. Looking forward to using it again!
Just did a simple dinner tonight...simple but oh so lovely :) No picture because I forgot one. (Sorry!)
Thin-sliced chicken cutlets seasoned with salt and pepper, dredged in flour, and pan-seared, served in a pan sauce reduction of white onions, marsala wine, balsamic vinegar, thyme, parsley, and butter.
.....okay, and there's a bit of sugar in there because I went a hair too acidic with the balsamic, sssssssssssshh ;)
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