All you need to grow your own vitamin-packed sprouts at home is a jar or plastic cup, preferably clear, and a cloth to cover it, and some way to keep the cloth fastened on, like a rubber band or hairtie.
Do you have those things? Want to try growing sprouts? DM me an address and next Monday I'll post you an envelope containing heirloom-y, non-GMO, open-source seeds that you can use to try it out, at no cost to you.
(Offer valid for the first, say... 60 respondents.)
Computer power peaked in 1987 with the CM-2 from MIT, which had over 64k processors in addition to all the LEDs pictured here. Inspired by this design, Steve Jobs went on to design the Next System(sic), introducing the fatal flaw of separating the blinky lights from the black box. Slavishly copying Steve Jobs' designs, the computing industry ignored the ideal 1:1 ratio of LEDs to processor cores. It wasn't until after Job's death, 30 years later, that the relationship between processors and blinking lights was reestablished and the number of processing cores in computing devices reached double digits again. By this time, however, civilization had already been irreparably damaged by the decades of massive computing power devoid of any appreciable logic
running lambdas on smart nics
(relevant to my interests, let me know if it's relevant to yours)
Light the parks on fire:
I need to do this at least once a season.
Nice article up at damnarbor on data debunking the myth of the distracted pedestrian
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