@hermitcl Exhibition runs from 24 June 2022–26 February 2023, so plenty of time to visit if you’re from out of town!
If you're in Naarm (or planning to be near us in the next few weeks) you could do worse than to go along to https://www.slv.vic.gov.au/handmade/ at the State Library of Victoria - it features (among other works) a printed (with a knitting machine) view of our galaxy (the process was unveilled at Linuxconf this year: https://www.youtube.com/watch)?v=c9O09IO1xl0 )
The other day a colleague and I were talking about things D&D and I started reminiscing about the first computer RPGs I played (go to a new area, open the disk drive, take out the floppy, turn it over, put it back in the drive, lock the drive, press enter, wait 90 seconds while it loads, keep playing) #C64_things
The joys of automated classification, youtube decides that all of Cornell Uni's youtube channel is bad content and deletes the entire channel
takeaways from 1st #VALA2022 keynote: Adaptability quotient ... Amateur mindset ... "I don't know" ... "Think like a scientist"
This is your periodic reminder of one of the absolute best Clarke and Dawe sketches ever. If you haven't seen it, drop what you're doing and go watch it now. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3m5qxZm_JqM
dark of hair, first of their name
currently meatspace co-ordinates, somewhere in Naarm
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