I put a hold on "Sister Pie", a cookbook from the Detroit bakery.
the war on cars
Old car to the junkyard today.
It would have lasted a few years longer if we had gotten the TSB from Honda that said they would replace the subframe, which was prone to rusting out. Instead a vehicle with 85000 miles gets scrapped.
It was a 2001, so that's a lot of years but not a lot of miles.
An academic friend recommends Connie Willis's "At the Rialto" in response to my tale of going to a conference. Worth a read! There's an anthology of her work in the AADL collection, you can borrow it (after I'm done reading it).
She also wrote "Bellwether" (1996) which if you can find it is a very good read. (Looks like AADL has a couple of copies of that too.)
This ends up being pretty easy with the kiwiclient package.
sample command line
python ./kiwirecorder.py -s kiwisdr.ece.uvic.ca -p 8073 -f 710 -m am --time-limit=30 --station=KIRO
only hitch is that you have to install numpy and a fortran compiler but such is the price of progress.
apt-get install python-numpy
Contemplating the technology necessary to sample a radio frequency from an SDR.
Not baseball, of course, because I wouldn't do that without the express written consent of major league baseball, no sirree. But maybe I can set up a GNU Radio based function which takes arguments
SDR URL, frequency, modulation, duration
and returns an MP3 with a current sample of that frequency and some metadata like signal strength; and then patch that into something like OpenFAAS for remote execution.
Now Mets-Brewers, middle of the 14th, on WCBS 880. You can see the stadium organ play a fanfare.
(Last time I tuned in a Mets game, they were on WOR 710.)
Wikipedia suggests that the Mets radio network has collapsed, down to 3 stations, no longer any locals in upstate NY.
Having some fun exploring the net for people doing Docker and containers for GPU applications on the Jetson Nano.
It looks very possible (I have a trivial example running) and also likely that I can help bring together application domain experts and container experts to good results, assuming mutual desire to make things work and to demo something interesting.
My eventual goal is to assemble something that puts all that compute power to good use for something other than face recognition.
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