This guy carried me over 500 miles of blue highways to Lake Placid and back over the weekend without a single hiccup. I think it's earned some TLC this week that I've been putting off for too long: re-timing, new points, little tach work, bigger break work.
I've been using a combination of multiple desktops and a tiling window manager for a few years and it's worked pretty well for me, but recently I switched over to one of these gigantic ultra-wide monitors and after weeks I still haven't figured out how to adapt some of my behaviors. I catch myself opening up a bunch of no-op windows just to make everything fit like how I'm used to.
Maybe it's worth trying out stacking one for a bit.
Does anyone know of attempts at automating issue creation across public repos on github/gitlab/etc.?
It would definitely be a nuisance, and I don't imagine it would actually work well, but I'm kind of surprised that I haven't heard of anyone trying it.
Anyone in the market for an in-home planetarium?
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Actually though, Miller Engineering's star discs are supposed to be first-rate.
uncoordinated thoughts and pictures of my mediocre cooking
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