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>> No. 435367 Anonymous
16th March 2020
Monday 8:52 pm
435367 LADS
I've suddenly got two weeks off work, fucking class, and I was wondering what you two were doing and how we should celebrate? I'm not leaving the house.

That other fucking thread is miserable, and full of lies. If the virus is going to take us, we might as well go down ranting, happily.

What are you doing with your recently found time off?
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>> No. 435935 Anonymous
3rd April 2020
Friday 9:56 pm
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Tom Allen is really losing it.

>> No. 435938 Anonymous
3rd April 2020
Friday 10:21 pm
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It's the Singaporean one. Is this the one that's marketed as a health drink over there?
>> No. 435971 Anonymous
6th April 2020
Monday 10:29 pm
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Apparently growing your own tomatoes during lockdown is a sign of being a middle ass ponce.
>> No. 435972 Anonymous
6th April 2020
Monday 10:37 pm
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One out of six ain't bad.
>> No. 435973 Anonymous
6th April 2020
Monday 10:42 pm
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Stop pretending you don't think Rishi is rather dishi.

>> No. 433819 Anonymous
18th January 2020
Saturday 1:15 pm
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New weekend thread: Flashman edition.

Right, lads. Now that we can post again what are you up to?
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>> No. 435966 Anonymous
5th April 2020
Sunday 2:55 pm
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Seems a bit cruel to ask a 'blogger' what they're working on at the moment.
>> No. 435967 Anonymous
5th April 2020
Sunday 2:59 pm
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Is it just me, or has being a "writer" or a "blogger" become shorthand for people not wanting to admit that they're actually doing fuck all for a real job?

Not that Clarkson's daughter will ever have money trouble, mind.
>> No. 435968 Anonymous
5th April 2020
Sunday 3:02 pm
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Yeah, about ten years ago.
>> No. 435969 Anonymous
5th April 2020
Sunday 4:02 pm
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>> No. 435970 Anonymous
5th April 2020
Sunday 8:34 pm
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I thought I had seen Are Geoff Marshall walking around up here the other month, I probably mentioned it in one of these threads, but I dismissed it. He's just released a video on our Metro system so it absolutely was him. I regret not shouting something at him about pacers, now.

>> No. 426868 Anonymous
16th May 2019
Thursday 5:49 pm
426868 Dream Thread Mk. II
Fitter when she was fat edition.

You know the drill lads. Here are a few helpful links in order to help you further your proficiency at dreaming, and hopefully elevate the quality of discussion about our nocturnal adventures:



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>> No. 435653 Anonymous
26th March 2020
Thursday 1:45 am
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One of you left a post that was also an envelope full of money for people to take as and when they needed it. I don't really need anything, but I liked the dream logic of being able to post a physical wad of cash onto the net, so I'm telling you all about it now.
>> No. 435688 Anonymous
26th March 2020
Thursday 11:56 pm
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I got a chuckle out of this picturing myself being paid for dreaming overtime - cash in hand.

I'd probably do overtime in my sleep if I could.
>> No. 435703 Anonymous
27th March 2020
Friday 7:16 pm
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I've recently been having dreams where I've been living entirely alternate lives.

The other day I woke up feeling like Arnold Rimmer in "Thanks for the memory" after having spent the whole night dreaming about a perfect girlfriend who never existed.

Last night I was dreaming that I was in uni as a foreign exchange student. Not only were all the popular birds dead into me and my ability to speak their language but I was training with and doing private lessons daily with one of my jiu jitsu heroes.

I don't think I have to get on the old ouija board to Sigmund to figure out what's going on in my subconscious lately.
>> No. 435961 Anonymous
5th April 2020
Sunday 11:48 am
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There will be a new internal barrier system on the London Underground. When you try to change line to get on Crossrail people are filtered based on two entry points:

1. If you have a HSBC card you can go right through by presenting the card at a special barrier.

2. Everyone else needs to download a package of quiz apps and complete one which will give you a limited time pass page to scan on the barrier. There's bit of an area set up for people to complete quizzes and no you can't just download one quiz app.

My quiz was rather complicated and the first question simply said 'Robert' when they meant Robert the Bruce while describing the Battle of Bannockburn. Everyone else seemed to pass their respective quizzes with ease and got on the next train leaving me behind. Even my ex-girlfriend, who I was travelling with, decided to meet me at the destination rather than hang around.

The more miffed I got the more questions I got wrong until I started to succumb to despair. When I finally finished, 15 minutes later, the barrier wouldn't scan my now miserable score and I needed to ask a patrolling transport policewoman to let me through.

I still rate the new Elizabeth Line 6/10 because it wasn't very crowded and actually a bit cold inside. This might be a workable system.
>> No. 435962 Anonymous
5th April 2020
Sunday 12:03 pm
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Almost wet my dream thinking about my mother, again. Thankfully I managed to supressed it, though it felt fucking incredible riding that sensation. I haven't even been abstaining from wanking recently - i don't know what's going on.

Once i got back to sleep i found myself briefly shagging a obese black woman, which was really nice. Shew was one of those soft looking females.

After that i found some kind of massive dry slug creature trying to claim too much territory from someone in my family. I decided 'fuck this', and proceeded to show it what for. It sucked onto my arm and began rasping blood from my flesh, which was managable, until i realised the more danger it's in the stronger it gets. And it got really fucking strong, to the point i thought i'd lose my arm. I can't remember how that part finished.

>> No. 431786 Anonymous
28th October 2019
Monday 8:03 am
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New midweek thread: Let's enter Robot Wars edition.
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>> No. 435912 Anonymous
2nd April 2020
Thursday 6:28 pm
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You're paying for the name. Any nerd worth their (now reduced-sodium) salt has seen Cup Noodles in anime and manga or other weeb shit.

Digging around, Tesco and Sainsburys both say that they're "made in Hungry" which I assume means Hungary, in which case we can only hope that Herr Orban tastes one soon and puts those responsible into the correct chamber.
>> No. 435913 Anonymous
2nd April 2020
Thursday 6:44 pm
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For tea today I've had 22p Lidl noodles with chicken, scrambled egg and mushrooms. It was alright.
>> No. 435926 Anonymous
3rd April 2020
Friday 1:09 pm
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Re-potted the sixteen largest chillies. Their root balls were sodden which isn't ideal so I'll leave off watering them in their new pots for a bit.
Annoyingly, the labels for five of them have bleached in the sun so I have no idea what they are. I have six left that are hardly growing; two scorpions and four also unlabelled. Not sure if I should sacrifice them to make space for some other plants or not yet.
>> No. 435927 Anonymous
3rd April 2020
Friday 5:05 pm
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Those look really nice. Mine look a bit more delicate with smaller leaves, but I guess it's down to different cultivars. My Etna Piccante plants already look greatly different from the "standard" chillies I've grown from shop bought seeds.
>> No. 435930 Anonymous
3rd April 2020
Friday 7:26 pm
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Put sugar on my fruit 'n fibre because nothing matters anymore

>> No. 430053 Anonymous
31st August 2019
Saturday 8:53 am
430053 Literal "what are you feeling right now" thread
Shamelessly stealing the very excellent idea from >>/101/28964

Here is a place to post utterly inane observations about your current state of being.


I like birds but starlings are a massive noisy pain in the arse.
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>> No. 435655 Anonymous
26th March 2020
Thursday 10:19 am
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Have they changed Wotsits? They pack I had wasn't very puffy.
>> No. 435662 Anonymous
26th March 2020
Thursday 1:03 pm
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They're running low on puff gas because of corona.
>> No. 435668 Anonymous
26th March 2020
Thursday 2:13 pm
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Pretty sure squares have got thinner as well. Not nearly as crunchy as they used to be.
>> No. 435669 Anonymous
26th March 2020
Thursday 2:18 pm
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If squares got thinner they'd be rectangles.
>> No. 435674 Anonymous
26th March 2020
Thursday 4:00 pm
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They should really be called cuboids, not squares as a line has no thickness in geometry innit.

>> No. 425684 Anonymous
5th April 2019
Friday 11:36 pm
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So am I the only one who is getting a bit annoyed by this whole Greta Thunberg cult, or am I just too much of a cold hearted cynic that the world would be better off without?

I don't doubt the legitimate concern of her generation over climate change, after all it will fall to them to sort out the utter fucking mess that we have left the planet in, but all the awards that she is now being showered with are IMO just middle aged and old people's guilt over their own failure to save the planet's climate despite having had decades of prior warning, and who lost their way and succumbed to high carbon footprint consumerism somewhere between 1990s road protest villages and today's school runs in a 4x4. None of it feels sincere or genuine, it's more like, yeah, just take all these awards and shut the hell up already.

And parents whose children now protest every Friday or so are now engaging in pissing matches on twitter and Instagram to show off which one of their kids gets the most involved. As one commenter said, nothing good has ever come of a youth protest movement that was applauded by parents.
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>> No. 435647 Anonymous
26th March 2020
Thursday 12:20 am
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>> No. 435648 Anonymous
26th March 2020
Thursday 12:27 am
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> The movement behind the walkouts, Fridays for Future, has told strikers to conduct protests virtually due to the pandemic, which Thunberg said was a collective decision taken at an emergency remote meeting.

How do you do a virtual strike against school while in lockdown? Do you actively go outside or do you just put on a very stern face indeed and livestream yourself playing videogames (because you were doing your schoolwork at home the rest of the week, honest).

It's all such total nonsense at this point. Utter tosh.
>> No. 435649 Anonymous
26th March 2020
Thursday 12:29 am
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>How do you do a virtual strike against school while in lockdown?

Pretty obvious and easy to do if your school is doing virtual lessons.
>> No. 435650 Anonymous
26th March 2020
Thursday 12:42 am
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Jesus wept, does that actually happen? I thought everyone was home-schooling (or watching Loose Women and Love Island while pretending to anyway). Well that's me well telt anyway. Good luck to them.
>> No. 435651 Anonymous
26th March 2020
Thursday 12:43 am
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Some genuinely good news for a change:


>The new paper, published in the journal Nature, shows that the Montreal protocol has paused the southward movement of the jet stream since the turn of the century and may even be starting to reverse it as the ozone hole begins to close. Last September, satellite images revealed the ozone hole annual peak had shrunk to 16.4m sq km, the smallest extent since 1982.

>> No. 434236 Anonymous
8th February 2020
Saturday 1:30 pm
434236 Windogeddon 2020
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>> No. 434607 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 3:43 pm
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>> No. 434608 Anonymous
20th February 2020
Thursday 5:33 pm
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I did wonder if that would happen, and I'm very glad it did.
>> No. 434632 Anonymous
21st February 2020
Friday 12:51 am
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>> No. 434667 Anonymous
21st February 2020
Friday 6:02 pm
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>> No. 435618 Anonymous
24th March 2020
Tuesday 7:01 pm
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There is no such thing as a mill that makes chocolate biscuits

>> No. 434030 Anonymous
31st January 2020
Friday 8:43 am
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How will you be celebrating Independence Day?
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>> No. 435097 Anonymous
4th March 2020
Wednesday 1:12 pm
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Why don't we just bring back hanging? Dead men don't eat food.
>> No. 435099 Anonymous
4th March 2020
Wednesday 1:32 pm
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In a country like the U.S. with a sizeable number of people who are white, free, and 21 and struggle to maintain a roof over their heads or three meals a day, providing free room and board for a segment of the population that has broken society's rules seems like an outrageous thing to do. Then again, it really reflects badly on a society, especially in a rich country as the U.S., when it cares fuck all about those that have failed but potentially have done nothing wrong their entire lives in the eyes of the law, and effectively affords them a poorer standard of living than that of a convicted felon. Smug white middle class people volunteering in soup kitchens and counting their blessings on the way back to their suburban four-bedroom homes isn't the same as having a government system in place that makes comprehensive efforts to help the poor and get them out of poverty.

So I guess then in Norway, a country with one of the highest baseline standards of living in the world and a rock solid social safety net, it doesn't seem like an outrageous thing to do to have a prison island that really looks more like a holiday resort.
>> No. 435107 Anonymous
5th March 2020
Thursday 12:40 pm
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You do occasionally read about blokes in this country committing petty crimes almost immediately after being released from prison and claiming that they only did them because they don't want to sleep on the streets.
>> No. 435108 Anonymous
5th March 2020
Thursday 12:45 pm
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You do.
>> No. 435117 Anonymous
5th March 2020
Thursday 3:08 pm
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>You do occasionally read about blokes in this country committing petty crimes almost immediately after being released from prison and claiming that they only did them because they don't want to sleep on the streets.

I think it's also because after five or more years in the clink, they're struggling to adapt to the outside world. In prison, your entire day is structured from beginning to end, you have no noteworthy say in it, everything is taken care of for you. And to then go back out and do all the things a responsible adult is supposed to do, like hold down a job, deal with authorities, and find a place to live, must seem daunting.

As far as I am aware though, there are enough programmes for released offenders to help them back on their feet. And it can be done. The most crucial thing, if I remember my prison pop psychology 101 correctly, is that these people are kept from reassociating with their old peers that led them to commit the crimes that they went to prison for. Your parole conditions can even spell that out as a requirement.

>> No. 414831 Anonymous
3rd January 2018
Wednesday 5:50 pm
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>Oi, u funny, lad! We got much in common just like me m8s at the council estate
>This here's me friend Bertha. U goin' anywhere tonight? We got us an extra spot at the pub for Skrewdriver
>Maybe later we could go back to me place? Got me some Bushmills, and later let's spin me Skullhead LPs and talk about Enoch Powell.

How do you respond?

(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 434185 Anonymous
3rd February 2020
Monday 7:19 am
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Was she still fetching or had she withered away?
>> No. 434186 Anonymous
3rd February 2020
Monday 9:58 am
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Are we sure she's not a young Camille Coduri?
>> No. 434187 Anonymous
3rd February 2020
Monday 12:19 pm
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Wow, there is a lot of fake porn of this woman.
>> No. 434189 Anonymous
3rd February 2020
Monday 1:00 pm
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Your dad's really getting the hang of Photoshop.
>> No. 434190 Anonymous
3rd February 2020
Monday 1:06 pm
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She looked a bit like a bloke in drag at first, and then the second time I saw her the penny dropped and I realised where I had seen her before. Time had not been kind to her, no.

>> No. 433512 Anonymous
8th January 2020
Wednesday 4:21 pm
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Did you lads know that you're meant to rub your hands together when drying them instead of just holding them out stationary? Talk about a game changer!
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>> No. 433581 Anonymous
8th January 2020
Wednesday 11:29 pm
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Loads of people have them at work, in boxes. I'm going to have to fucking try one now.
>> No. 433582 Anonymous
8th January 2020
Wednesday 11:32 pm
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Thank you for your custom. Have a Hueeeeeeeeeeeeellicious day good sir!
>> No. 433875 Anonymous
22nd January 2020
Wednesday 11:00 am
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Doesn't matter if your hands are pristine after the wash up, you still need to tackle the pull to open door.
>> No. 433876 Anonymous
22nd January 2020
Wednesday 11:26 am
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I wouldn't put my tackle anywhere near a public door handle.
>> No. 433878 Anonymous
22nd January 2020
Wednesday 12:48 pm
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I think the point that >>433543 is trying to make, correct me if I'm wrong, is that, if urine is sterile with the exception of skin flora, then dipping your hand in a bucket of piss is no more dangerous than scratching your armpit or shaking hands with someone sweaty.

>> No. 428949 Anonymous
19th July 2019
Friday 5:19 pm
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New weekend thread: Highland Toffee edition.

How goes it, lads? What are you up to this weekend?
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>> No. 433759 Anonymous
13th January 2020
Monday 8:02 am
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>>433758 Just thought I'd post what TI think you need for a thermostat. There are a couple of opamps in there for you, though.

Then I started wondering if there was actually less silicon used in an ATTiny than an opamp.
reckons 1.6x1.6mm for an ATTiny, which does feel big, since you get a decent ARM into 1.9 x 2.00mm (KL02, they're great). No wonder they don't come in SOT23 like some of the PICs.
Single opamps seem to come in at about quarter of the area (for a modern low voltage one)
https://zeptobars.com/en/ - who doesn't love a die shot.
>> No. 433760 Anonymous
13th January 2020
Monday 11:10 am
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That seems a bit like overkill.

I've seen Arduino greenhouse projects that also control light and moisture and even log all their data on a local area web server. Some have even thrown in a webcam and the ability to water your plants remotely via the Internet.

But in the end, it's all just a "because you can" kind of thing. Unless you grow cannabis in a basement, your plants will get more than enough light on your window sill, and unless you're out of the country for two weeks, which isn't the best time to propagate your plants in the first place, surely you will be able to check soil moisture with your thumb every other day.

That said, I like my circuits tidy, unlike many Arduino projects consisting of a Uno board with a breadboard and jumper wires. That always looks a bit amateurish. So I solder the components onto a piece of perfboard just big enough for the intended purpose, and neatly put it in a box.
>> No. 433761 Anonymous
13th January 2020
Monday 11:19 am
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>reckons 1.6x1.6mm for an ATTiny, which does feel big, since you get a decent ARM into 1.9 x 2.00mm

Process node innit - 500nm is absolutely huge by modern standards, but it's also extremely cheap. The ATtiny series is over 20 years old, but it's still selling well with very healthy profit margins because of the massive ecosystem around AVR. There are better, faster and cheaper micros, but none are as well-documented or as easy to prototype with.

Unless you're going for some sort of flip-chip packaging, there's not a lot of point in using modern process nodes on very small chips because most of the die area is used up by wire bonding anyway. It's why you see a lot of modern parts that are only available in QFN or WLCSP - the copper pillars on the die aren't physically large enough to wire-bond, so there's no practical way of attaching them to a conventional leadframe for a larger package.
>> No. 433765 Anonymous
13th January 2020
Monday 2:10 pm
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> The ATtiny series is over 20 years old, but it's still selling well with very healthy profit margins because of the massive ecosystem around AVR. There are better, faster and cheaper micros, but none are as well-documented or as easy to prototype with.

As you said, with the Arduino maker scene in particular, these chips are still profitable to produce because pretty much anyone with no previous concept of computer programming can use them to make an LED blink. And for simple purposes like controlling the temperatue inside a propagator, they're still the best bang for your buck.

Within the maker scene, for more ambitious projects, the standard is now more or less the ESP32, because it can do infinitely more than standard 8-bit RISC controllers. You can do anything with it from streaming MP3 music via bluetooth to designing interactive touchscreen menus or running a basic intranet web server, at least when you buy them as part of a developer's board like the ESP32-WROOM. Documentation so far isn't as good as the Attiny/Atmegas, it's still a growing ecosystem with fewer libraries than the latter, but it's still a powerful piece of kit.

I've been tinkering with a WROOM to stream music from my smartphone to my home stereo amplifier, but it's proved too difficult because so far there are no easy to understand A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) libraries that can get the job done the way I want.
>> No. 433774 Anonymous
15th January 2020
Wednesday 12:09 am
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I've written up the Arduino code for my propagator heater in one sitting tonight. And I really mean, I almost literally didn't get up from my chair except for a tea break or a sandwich.

I decided to test my circuit on a breadboard after all, which was a good thing, because the Attiny85 kept resetting after a few seconds of powering the heating pad, and it turned out I had forgotten a resistor between the mosfet's gate and the Attiny's pertaining control pin. Which caused too much current draw and made the chip run unstable.

But now I've completed the code and the circuit layout, so the next step, hopefully tomorrow night, will be soldering the parts onto the perfboard.

The Attiny45 proved to have too little memory for this job, so I switched to an Attiny85.

>> No. 433350 Anonymous
3rd January 2020
Friday 10:37 am
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Here we (very likely) go again.

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>> No. 433750 Anonymous
12th January 2020
Sunday 10:13 pm
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Is it not in reference to them being turboprops?
>> No. 433751 Anonymous
12th January 2020
Sunday 10:48 pm
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It could be, that would be less annoying to me. But it's only the purphuel liveried ones that have PRP in the reg.

The most amusing one flybe have is G-ECOK. Because it sounds like cock
>> No. 433763 Anonymous
13th January 2020
Monday 1:35 pm
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Not sure I would get on this plane...
>> No. 433764 Anonymous
13th January 2020
Monday 2:00 pm
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Not just a cock, but an e-cock.
>> No. 433767 Anonymous
13th January 2020
Monday 3:25 pm
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Is that like an e-cig, for when you're trying to wean yourself off real cock?

>> No. 433243 Anonymous
31st December 2019
Tuesday 7:39 pm
433243 The gonna join a gym in January, sack it off by March thread
Any plans for next year lads?

I had a really bad year 2018 to 2019. Pretty much being a lump of depressed unmotivated habitually drunk piece of lard. In January it got to a point where I was on a precipice. People close to me knew I wasn't well mentally or physically but I was too much of an unapproachable person for them to show concern. Blackout drunk was my friend too many times.
In January I decided to change. I couldn't be who I was anymore. Looking back to who I was 12 months ago I am in a much better place. Some mornings I'm now like a kid at Christmas rather than thinking stupidly about death. I don't do resolutions, but these changes helped me to be a better person. It's what I wrote 01/01/2019

Change yourself before looking for change in others.
Accept compromise.
Do not let fear hold you back.
Allow for mistakes.
Make time for others.
Learn something new as often as you can.
Incorporate exercise into your lifestyle.
Be friendly.
Be charitable.
Celebrate success.
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>> No. 433492 Anonymous
7th January 2020
Tuesday 7:53 pm
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I believe the term is”pusher”.
>> No. 433493 Anonymous
7th January 2020
Tuesday 8:15 pm
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Actually, big huel refer to us as 'hueligans'.
>> No. 433494 Anonymous
8th January 2020
Wednesday 12:01 am
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>> No. 433499 Anonymous
8th January 2020
Wednesday 1:10 am
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Hweyligans? I don't get it.
>> No. 433503 Anonymous
8th January 2020
Wednesday 10:09 am
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Hwey the lads!

>> No. 418197 Anonymous
27th June 2018
Wednesday 1:20 am
418197 Things which are mildly amusing but not enough to warrant their own thread.
I was in a meeting tonight and two people walked in late during a minute's silence. I was just thinking how truly weird it must have been for them to walk in and everyone was sitting there in dead silence.
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>> No. 432579 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 1:06 pm
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>> No. 432587 Anonymous
7th December 2019
Saturday 5:24 pm
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I've got far too much time today
>> No. 433388 Anonymous
3rd January 2020
Friday 8:52 pm
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There was a Tourette lad at the bus stop tonight. He kept shouting things like "Arsecunt!" or "Gay wankers!" and also had a tic where he was intermittently jerking up his left elbow while simultaneously shaking his head. His mate who was with him assured me that this was nothing to be alarmed about. I felt a bit bad for finding it slightly amusing.
>> No. 433428 Anonymous
4th January 2020
Saturday 5:09 pm
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You shouldn't. I'm an expert in Tourette's because I've watched sweet_anita on Twitch a few times and there's every chance he was just glad you didn't react angrily or aggressively. A bit of laughter never hurt anyone and it's certainly true that lots of sufferers can share with friends and strangers alike the hilarity of what their tics say.

And for anyone who doesn't consider Twitch beneath them, you should give Anita a whirl. Her tics can be amazingly funny and she's super wholesome with the mental heath podcast she does.
>> No. 433445 Anonymous
5th January 2020
Sunday 12:25 pm
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You kind of wonder how Tourette's was seen before there was all that neurological knowledge about the condition. Were people in the Middle Ages thought of as being possessed by the devil, and burned at the stake if they kept saying things like "Arsecunt, thou art"?

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