My Linaro Tech days talk is now available on youtube:
Hackaday Links: March 15, 2020
Just a few weeks ago in the Links article, we ran a story about Tanner Electronics, the Dallas-area surplus store that was a mainstay of the hacker and maker scene in the area. At the time, Tanner’s owners were actively lo… https://hackaday.com/2020/03/15/hackaday-links-march-15-2020/
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1239329593900892164
!!!This is NOT recommended medical advice.!!! Maybe last ditch desperate option..
But yes ambubags have use for patients in respiratory distress. Ventilator like ltv1150 https://mbrmedicals.com/products/rent-a-bd-carefusion-pulmonetic-ltv-1150-ventilator-call-to-order serve a purpose. However, in today's world... If you have absolutely no other option, given your medical resources are stretched thin..... Look below..
A colleague of mine teaches at UT Dallas, on CNN, here is the material he shares.
All patches must include base-commit info https://people.kernel.org/monsieuricon/all-patches-must-include-base-commit-info
Whatever Happened To news.gmane.org?
I fucked up. Short version: If you’re reading mailing lists with an NNTP news reader via news.gmane.org, you should update your news reader to point to news.gmane.io instead. Over the past fe…
Still one of my favorite parodies.
Day the routers died
Below are some simple methods for exiting vim. Contribute to hakluke/how-to-exit-vim development by creating an account on GitHub.
#libsigrok 0.5.2 is released!
Roughly 40 or so additional devices (or whole device series) supported, improved USB HID support via HIDAPI, Bluetooth/BLE support (Linux-only for now, via BlueZ), and tons of improvements and bugfixes.
This instance now editable via the CLI https://people.kernel.org/monsieuricon/this-instance-now-editable-via-the-cli