Ever wanted to visualize how pathfinding algorithms work? Want to know why your CSGO bots suck so much at getting around?


I wonder if I could get away with stringing wires 1,000 meters to my local park …


Some beautiful macro photography of a super interesting class of phenomena! Highly recommend watching this.



> Behold the Magnetar, nature’s ultimate superweapon
> Their magnetic fields—the strongest we've observed—could melt you from 1,000 km away.


Somehow I had never seen this particular Ultimate Computer talk, but it's definitely one of the more interesting ones as I knew so little about it beforehand.


Linux software nerds, I need your help!

I'm looking for an ARM-friendly way to show gamepad inputs overlaid on a fullscreen application

This might be a longshot as I've been searching for options for a while and haven't actually found anything but I'm hoping to avoid writing something myself.



Hell, I'd watch a show about Klingon wedding planners.

I really do love seeing novel techniques in this space. Obviously, this is a problem that needs to be solved now, but it's exciting seeing such interesting new approaches to backdooring.


I've wanted a payphone for ages. I really want to set up a freePBX exchange with original informational recordings, too.


You really gotta love that feeling when you're trying to implement a formula or algorithm and find out there's a resource made precisely for your use case!



Flaws and missing features exist mostly _because_ people haven't had time and haven't been able to prioritize resolving them. It's just ignorant to say that users should just go elsewhere.

The FOSS community needs to just be honest, "Yeah, that feature is currently missing, we've had to prioritize other stuff. You should join our mailing list if you want to get an inside view on how we weigh and prioritize these things."

Invite people in, don't send them away.


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