Time for an !

Time for the first in what I hope to make into a series. The rules are simple, simple determine where this photo was taken and post your guesses—and your reasoning—with a content warning so that correct guesses don't spoil the game for others.

For those who are new to this type of thing, check out the breakdowns that others post to see what techniques you use to solve the next one!

For those wondering what the end-goal was for my DIY battery pack, wonder no longer!

I've put it together with various other parts—mostly used or reclaimed—to create a little portable solar battery system.

In fact, I've been using it to keep all my personal electronics charged—phone, laptop, headphones, e-reader, watch—and logging all the power generation and usage for analysis.

I've long preferred tabs but I've never thought it mattered that much.

Today my mind has been changed, tabs _do_ matter!

Do you ever see something that you absolutely don't need but you still wish you had?

News article headline may be disturbing to some 

A related issue here, this site clearly pulls images in based on the headline or content of the article, but here it's accidentally seen 'second doctor' and pulled in an image of Troughton, the second actor to play Doctor Who.

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Website which plagiarizes other articles by automatically replacing words with synonyms really gives itself away when stealing this Doctor Who news.

Sad to see these two go, but I'm very glad that I could donate them to a local hackerspace where I'm sure they'll be used for all sorts of neat things.

The new terminal watchface in the latest Infinitime firmware is a nerdy but neat.

I really have to give it to Jony Ive, the original iPhone design still looks really nice. It doesn't look like a 15 year old design.

It's hard to say that about most of the other phones on this list:

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I'm a big infrastructure nerd and I always love peeking inside of stuff like this.

There's always an interesting balance between custom components and commodity parts.

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