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Share your favourite feeds! All topics welcome.

I'll get things started:

* Design Milk, Architecture and designing — design-milk.com/feed/
* Tedium, deep dives into various interesting topics — feed.tedium.co/
* Schneier of Security, information security — schneier.com/feed/atom/

"Along with other optimizations to benefit the Steam Deck, AMD and Valve have been jointly working on CPU frequency/power scaling improvements to enhance the Steam Play gaming experience on modern AMD platforms running Linux."

phoronix.com/scan.php?page=new

This is certainly an interesting turn of events.

I really hope that Cloudflare addresses this as soon as possible.

mwcampbell.github.io/cloudflar

I do my best to always cater to accessibility and I'm sure I mess up sometimes, but I'm just one person. Cloudflare is a huge org with a very large impact on the web. It's really bad when they mess up accessibility like this.

I love this! Anyone aware of any similar articles of miscellanea?

A Nerd Cool Miscellanea - paperstack.com/nerd_cool/

Please, enough with the dead butterflies! - Emily S. Damstra

We all have pet peeves, even though there's a lot going on in the world that makes them pretty insignificant. While acknowledging that there are many more

emilydamstra.com/please-enough

Anyone have any recommendations for self-hosted email? I'm finding my current setup is not keeping up super well with spam.

I'm currently running my mail server with a pretty standard configuration of postfix, dovcot, and spamassassin, but I'm open to replacing any or all of it for a solution that works better.

Internet Archive, 25 years old today, wonderful 👏👏👏 here's to 25 more!

A lot of you have probably seen DIY Perks before, but this bellows-based PC cooling solution is really, really neat.

youtu.be/C3GKe7eXbPE

I know that a good portion of the people who will read this here already know that surveillance is not good, but I'm still going to post this.

theguardian.com/news/2021/jul/

mitmproxy.org/

"mitmproxy is your swiss-army knife for debugging, testing, privacy measurements, and penetration testing. It can be used to intercept, inspect, modify and replay web traffic such as HTTP/1, HTTP/2, WebSockets, or any other SSL/TLS-protected protocols."

Spotted in Stratford, Ontario, Canada.

Any idea what this is? It was sitting out in public with no supervision.

@jeffalyanak I posted the link the other day to Quiss' writeup, it's rather complete:

quiss.org/freespin/

(I did not get to see the chipophone yet, because of a work launch, but I did get to watch that demo debut on the stream...)

The big issues are all issues you can solve. It's small, so hard to keep steady without some sort of rig. It's manual focus only, so you need a follow focus. It's got a very small display, so you need to add a larger display for accurate focusing.

Each of those is very approachable and you'll end up with a very versatile, lightweight, but feature-rich camera platform!

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This thing actually makes for a really neat, budget video camera platform.

It works perfectly for lenses made for old 16mm film cameras, so you can pick up a very wide variety of characterful lenses for unbearably good prices.

The results from this thing absolutely punch well above its weight, I'm really excited to see what else I can do with it as I augment the kit just a bit.

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