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(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 20/01/20(Mon)19:41:01 id:1579567261 No. 1 [See All]

I know it's very VERY impressive, but I figured out how to mirror sprites in 6502 asm.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 20/01/20(Mon)20:53:48 id:1579571628 No. 1 [See All]

I wrote collision detection in 6502 ASM for the first time 🔥

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 20/01/20(Mon)19:13:58 id:1579565638 No. 1 [See All]

Waldenponding: "Smash your smart phone and go live in a log cabin to reclaim your attention and your life from being hacked by evil social media platforms."

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 20/01/20(Mon)19:15:42 id:1579565742 No. 2

I don't have a phone and I live on the ocean away from reliable connectivity, fuck, have I been Waldenponding this whole time.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 20/01/20(Mon)15:28:18 id:1579552098 No. 1 [See All]

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 20/01/20(Mon)11:19:46 id:1579537186 No. 1 [See All]

Pentalobe screws used in an iPhone 6S. Critics have argued that Apple's use of pentalobe screws in their newer devices is an attempt to prevent the consumer from repairing the device themselves.

(@feld@bikeshed.party) 20/01/20(Mon)12:11:04 id:1579540264 No. 2

you can get replacement screws from iFixIt which aren't pentalobe

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 20/01/20(Mon)11:47:27 id:1579538847 No. 1 [See All]

You know how much I like keeping lists of words, I've created a lexicon of #recyclism related words.


(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 19/01/20(Sun)17:24:28 id:1579472668 No. 1 [See All]

1kb of CSS should be enough for anybody.

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(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 19/01/20(Sun)19:13:42 id:1579479222 No. 4 >>5


@nikivi Nowadays I browse in reader view 90% of the time. I download SO MUCH garbage that I'll just never see.

(@toon@merveilles.town) 19/01/20(Sun)19:17:00 id:1579479420 No. 5 >>6


@neauoire there's a huge drive too to "push the boundaries" of an application through more expressive design or thorough engineering. But those are simply symptoms of viewing design as something that has to have a "wow factor" or engineering that "has to scale".

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 19/01/20(Sun)19:18:14 id:1579479494 No. 6


@toon When I saw "dark mode" coming about, I started to think that maybe in the future, we'll have more control on how we decide to see things, and the content itself will not be themed at all. Just semmantic API design.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 18/01/20(Sat)17:26:27 id:1579386387 No. 1 [See All]

Learning how to add sound to my nes roms! ✊

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(@blobyoumu@blob.cat) 18/01/20(Sat)17:41:45 id:1579387305 No. 8 >>9


>This seems to be the original keyboard with basic cartridge iirc https://invidio.us/j8J58aTxCPM
>There is also a ripoff of famicom system but it is in russian https://invidio.us/PKsVIKe7mWI

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 18/01/20(Sat)17:42:59 id:1579387379 No. 9 >>10


@blobyoumu Ah! I took some pictures of 's famicon keyboard the other day.


(@blobyoumu@blob.cat) 18/01/20(Sat)17:58:14 id:1579388294 No. 10

yes, sorry i don't know if this information will be useful for you, just i am aware that not a lot of people know NES or famicom can be used that way...

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 18/01/20(Sat)10:12:23 id:1579360343 No. 1 [See All]

@joshavanier I think I'll move the css outside of the static pages. I was thinking, lynx doesn't even try to load the .css file if it's included in the header(which makes sense), so the leanest way would be for it not to be in the body at all if it doesn't impact the site anyways.

I was thinking, if the css is in the head, does it make an extra draw call tho? Like, draw once without CSS, then draw again once it's loaded?


(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 18/01/20(Sat)11:54:47 id:1579366487 No. 1 [See All]

Some kind of DAW for 9front? An ongoing effort. #plan9

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 17/01/20(Fri)11:29:46 id:1579278586 No. 1 [See All]

Computers are fun again.

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(@igeljaeger@jpop.club) 17/01/20(Fri)11:35:50 id:1579278950 No. 6

thats the joke

(@tty@sunbeam.city) 17/01/20(Fri)11:51:30 id:1579279890 No. 7 >>8

@neauoire What changed, do you think? I've been trying to recover from programming-seems-to-suck-now burn out.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 17/01/20(Fri)12:02:19 id:1579280539 No. 8


@tty I think it's multiple things, but one is definitely reading books from that era(1980s) when people were so optimistic about computer science, when you could go to radio shack and get standard parts for your computers.

And, I guess, using tech from that era. I stopped using JS, and replaced it with C. And I stopped using things like processing and replaced it with ASM.

Everyday I wake up and I'm actually excited to explore this field. Everything is to be done, lots of unexplored spaces

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 17/01/20(Fri)11:27:19 id:1579278439 No. 1 [See All]

Drew a clover key in 6502 asm

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 17/01/20(Fri)10:27:34 id:1579274854 No. 1 [See All]

I must admit I didn't get the point of Elementary's Picture-In-Picture mode thing, but it's actually pretty nice..

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 17/01/20(Fri)08:36:21 id:1579268181 No. 1 [See All]

Learning Morse Code

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 16/01/20(Thu)20:44:04 id:1579225444 No. 1 [See All]

Fuck, am I going to have to build my own emulator..


(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 16/01/20(Thu)19:52:23 id:1579222343 No. 1 [See All]

I think I'm starting to get assembly!!

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 16/01/20(Thu)13:25:35 id:1579199135 No. 1 [See All]

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 16/01/20(Thu)13:40:43 id:1579200043 No. 2 >>3

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 16/01/20(Thu)14:03:28 id:1579201408 No. 3 >>4


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(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 16/01/20(Thu)08:19:00 id:1579180740 No. 1 [See All]

"And an increase in compostables in the waste stream could, in fact, bungle up the composting process, create more trash, and continue consumers’ addiction to single-use items, detracting from the most environmentally beneficial practices: reducing and reusing."

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 15/01/20(Wed)10:00:44 id:1579100444 No. 1 [See All]

Back in 1988, one year before the fall of the Berlin Wall, Tilda Swinton took her bike and cycled around the Berlin Wall, together with the filmmaker Cynthia Beatt. What they created came to be known as Cycling the Frame, and it’s a beautiful and surreal document that shows a city scarred by a wall that cut it in half.


(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 14/01/20(Tue)17:57:13 id:1579042633 No. 1 [See All]

The yak is actually made of tiny little yaks, all sitting on top of other tiny yaks, they are all unshaved.

Your sheers are also yaks.

(@karlicoss@merveilles.town) 14/01/20(Tue)17:59:04 id:1579042744 No. 2

@neauoire ah yes, good old fractal yak

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 14/01/20(Tue)17:50:53 id:1579042253 No. 1 [See All]

"you’re going to create with a cat crawling up your
>back while
>the whole city trembles in earthquake, bombardment,
>flood and fire."

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 14/01/20(Tue)15:46:55 id:1579034815 No. 1 [See All]

No new hobbies, equipment, games, or books are allowed during this year. Instead, you have to find the value in what you already own or what you’ve already started.


(@wizard@tower.xyzzy.link) 14/01/20(Tue)15:49:13 id:1579034953 No. 2

I like this idea

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 14/01/20(Tue)12:10:42 id:1579021842 No. 1 [See All]

Updated my notes on various topics concerning ethics: green anarchism, animal rights, adaptation, dark mountaineers & solarpunks.


(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 14/01/20(Tue)10:54:19 id:1579017259 No. 1 [See All]

9th International Workshop on Plan 9
>14 — 19th June 2020


(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 13/01/20(Mon)17:11:46 id:1578953506 No. 1 [See All]

Can I just say that my platformer is coming along just fine 👌

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(@yhancik@octodon.social) 13/01/20(Mon)17:55:46 id:1578956146 No. 3 >>4


@dom 🙌

(@dom@merveilles.town) 13/01/20(Mon)19:15:30 id:1578960930 No. 4 >>5


@yhancik our last 3 brain cells bouncing from edge to edge

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 13/01/20(Mon)22:40:21 id:1578973221 No. 5


@dom Nailed it.

NES rom & ASM sources: https://github.com/neauoire/linux-notebook/blob/master/6502/projects/asm6/dvd/cart.nes

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 13/01/20(Mon)15:38:11 id:1578947891 No. 1 [See All]

>I don't know what I'm doing


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(@strstr@merveilles.town) 13/01/20(Mon)15:40:25 id:1578948025 No. 13

@neauoire same

(@yhancik@octodon.social) 13/01/20(Mon)16:04:14 id:1578949454 No. 14

@neauoire naaah i think you're alright ;)

(@electret@merveilles.town) 13/01/20(Mon)16:43:36 id:1578951816 No. 15

@neauoire I think I know what I'm doing but I don't think I'm doing it right :D

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 13/01/20(Mon)12:56:33 id:1578938193 No. 1 [See All]

This is so very FOSS.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 13/01/20(Mon)11:39:51 id:1578933591 No. 1 [See All]

Wrote some thoughts on electronics, software, longtermism. Trying to make sense of all this in my head.


(@amsomniac@mastodon.mit.edu) 13/01/20(Mon)11:55:11 id:1578934511 No. 2 >>3

@neauoire this is a good musing post! low tech magazine has a good post about compressed air energy storage
>https://www.lowtechmagazine.com/2018/05/ditch-the-batteries-off-the-grid-compressed-air-energy-storage.html that you'd probably like if you'ven't read it already

(@xj9@social.sunshinegardens.org) 13/01/20(Mon)12:04:41 id:1578935081 No. 3


>ohh that's bretty cool

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 12/01/20(Sun)16:51:50 id:1578865910 No. 1 [See All]

"This is the future, I’m afraid. An automated future where no one actually knows how things work."


(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 07/01/20(Tue)08:52:52 id:1578405172 No. 1 [See All]

Standard USB-A and USB-B ports are rated for 1,500 plug/unplug cycles.

Mini USB ports are rated by specification for 5,000 plug/unplug cycles.

The micro-USB-B connector that's now the standard for smartphones is rated for 10,000 plug/unplug cycles.

The new USB-C type connector is also rated for 10,000 cycles.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 12/01/20(Sun)14:12:34 id:1578856354 No. 1 [See All]

This is what I use to listen to music every single day, it's light, resistant, repairable, standard, carries 64GB of music and will play music for nearly 100 hours.

I paid 16$ for it.

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(@xj9@social.sunshinegardens.org) 13/01/20(Mon)12:09:30 id:1578935370 No. 5


>sad that it doesn't support opus, but i can live with the codecs it supports.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 13/01/20(Mon)12:09:46 id:1578935386 No. 6 >>7


@xj9 I have the feather board version of this one :)

(@xj9@social.sunshinegardens.org) 13/01/20(Mon)12:12:03 id:1578935523 No. 7


>trying to get my electronics lab working again. had to dismantle it temporarily since em and i moved in together last year. i have a bunch of parts that i'm itching to make stuff with.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 12/01/20(Sun)09:06:51 id:1578838011 No. 1 [See All]

I dream of installing an electric engine in our sailboat...

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 11/01/20(Sat)09:57:42 id:1578754662 No. 1 [See All]

700 bytes of CSS.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 11/01/20(Sat)11:06:01 id:1578758761 No. 1 [See All]

My days are spent knee deep in C and ASM, I wonder what my past self would think if it could see me now..

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 10/01/20(Fri)15:15:04 id:1578687304 No. 1 [See All]

Rebuilt my wiki in C99, simplified a bunch of things, started implementing some of the modules. Still lots and lots of work to do still..



(@joshavanier@merveilles.town) 10/01/20(Fri)18:00:32 id:1578697232 No. 2

@neauoire 865 bytes of CSS! I’m feeling challenged lol https://cssstats.com/stats?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwiki.xxiivv.com%2Fsite%2Fdotgrid.html

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 10/01/20(Fri)10:57:18 id:1578671838 No. 1 [See All]

200 characters of css styling.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 02/01/20(Thu)10:51:27 id:1577980287 No. 1 [See All]

I got to hold my sister's iPhone XS over the holidays and it looked and felt absolutely awful.

I went home thinking that maybe my tastes have changed? I have a vivid recollection thinking that the iphone was well built and designed.

But no, I think the iPhone 4/5 did indeed look and feel good, but the latest devices just lost it.

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(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 10/01/20(Fri)09:12:50 id:1578665570 No. 7 >>8 >>9


@xj9 when you say US radio, what do you mean? like AM/FM?

(@laggard@doesnt.undo.it) 10/01/20(Fri)09:16:00 id:1578665760 No. 8

no, radios the can communicate with the US cellular networks

(@xj9@social.sunshinegardens.org) 10/01/20(Fri)09:22:54 id:1578666174 No. 9


>sadly no band overlap between

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 10/01/20(Fri)09:10:45 id:1578665445 No. 1 [See All]

I was twisting and turning last night, I couldn't make up my mind about the new wiki layout.

I'm going to try something tho, I wanna try making it without css at all. I'm not certain but I think I could make something that still looks and feel like my usual things.

Anyways, I'll give it a shot.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 09/01/20(Thu)10:25:19 id:1578583519 No. 1 [See All]

That's it, I have begun migrating my wiki to a static site.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 09/01/20(Thu)09:43:41 id:1578581021 No. 1 [See All]

In 2017, the body responsible for standardizing web browser technologies, W3C, introduced Encrypted Media Extensions (EME)—thus bringing with it the end of competitive indie web browsers.


(@lanodan@queer.hacktivis.me) 09/01/20(Thu)09:48:00 id:1578581280 No. 2

Uh… I don't think EME is much relevant for doing an indie web browser, specially one which cares about privacy (you can't really audit EME).
>I created https://hacktivis.me/projects/badwolf about a year ago and so far no one asked me about adding EME (And my answer would be to get the shows by other meanings, piracy included).

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 09/01/20(Thu)09:36:02 id:1578580562 No. 1 [See All]

Quick list of energy usage of video-game systems (using manufacturer provided ratings)

(@aeonofdiscord@icosahedron.website) 09/01/20(Thu)09:38:47 id:1578580727 No. 2 >>3

@neauoire oh shit I didn't notice that little "x10" at the bottom uhh wow

(@aeonofdiscord@icosahedron.website) 09/01/20(Thu)09:44:15 id:1578581055 No. 3


@neauoire lmfao

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 09/01/20(Thu)09:08:04 id:1578578884 No. 1 [See All]



(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 08/01/20(Wed)10:41:18 id:1578498078 No. 1 [See All]

- "So, what are you working on?"
>- "huh.."


(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 08/01/20(Wed)09:11:19 id:1578492679 No. 1 [See All]

Around half of the websites that use WebAssembly, a new web technology, use it for malicious purposes, according to academic research published last year.


(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 07/01/20(Tue)20:05:00 id:1578445500 No. 1 [See All]

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 07/01/20(Tue)09:35:34 id:1578407734 No. 1 [See All]

>"Lateral Thinking of Withered Technology"

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 07/01/20(Tue)12:02:13 id:1578416533 No. 1 [See All]

It's telling of the situtation that we're in when you can't even read the IPCC assessment reports on climate change without a top of the line computer, the latest version of chrome and javascript enabled.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 07/01/20(Tue)09:34:16 id:1578407656 No. 1 [See All]

Wonderswan + Modem Extension

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 07/01/20(Tue)09:02:02 id:1578405722 No. 1 [See All]

"Making a website builder in C is stupid, why don't you install ruby, install the gems, install jekyll, transcribe all of your content to markdown, setup the deploy toolchain instead!?"

(@xj9@social.sunshinegardens.org) 07/01/20(Tue)09:39:15 id:1578407955 No. 2

idk i don't really want to have a hundred million lines of code involved in this. its really a simple static site my dude.

(@neauoire@merveilles.town) 06/01/20(Mon)19:43:14 id:1578357794 No. 1 [See All]


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