Spent the night building the first dirty version of my bike computer. Doesn’t pick up a good signal inside and the components are very bulky but I can mount this on my handlebars and test stuff out.
Once I’ve tested it a bit I’ll make a proper PCB which is smaller and better laid out.
Not so sure how often it updates, but another way to track Pino is here:
Looks like the last ping they had was before Shimoda
@neauoire was thinking to pop down and say bon voyage on Saturday if you're still in port. If you need any last minute anything from Tokyo can also oblige
I made the music and SFX for the new Marvel x Uniqlo CM. Using LSDJ on Gameboy.
> What I found, instead, was that the minimal syntax of Clojure is far more conducive to building large systems, than the heavier syntax of Java or C++. In fact, it’s no contest. Building large systems is Clojure is just simpler and easier than in any other language I’ve used.
Uncle Bob - Why Clojure?
Compact little saw for cutting firewood at camp. Folds the blade away so can be thrown in a bag without trouble. #happypurchases
This is a fantastic little alcohol cookset. Compact, adjustable flame, and has a little extra space to add eg. coffee / filters / a mug & dripper. #happypurchases
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