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How to tell a true friend: they strip the tracking identifiers and amp junk from a url before sharing it with you.

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The latest Humble RPG E-Book Bundle is The Vampires & Werewolves Bundle from World of Darkness

Get $248 worth of DRM-free RPG books from Werewolf: The Apocalypse with this bundle that's perfect for your next tabletop game night!

In multiple formats for all your reading devices.

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You can get it scoring
You can get it roaring
You can get it shitting a schow
Matter of fact I've got it now

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Yeah, I don’t think the back of my freezer is supposed to be bulging out like that. A bit unsure about those heat exchange tubes glowing red as well.

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Coffee Makes 3D Printing Better

While we know some 3D printer operators who need coffee, Washington State University is showing an improved PLA material that incorporates used coffee waste. Regular PLA is not known for being especially strong, though It… hackaday.com/2019/10/14/coffee

Original tweet : twitter.com/hackaday/status/11

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Shapeshifter – An Open Source Drum Machine

With microcontrollers growing ever more powerful each new generation, things that were mere pipedreams before are now readily possible. The Shapeshifter drum machine is a perfect example.

Shapeshifter’s design… hackaday.com/2019/10/13/shapes

Original tweet : twitter.com/hackaday/status/11

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Melbourne airport always reminds me of The Langoliers

If anyone here is at , come say hi at the tabletop collaboratory

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How did I get here?! - My charity Generozity.com.au is running the Wombat.... 100% of donations go to curecancer.com.au

I have been blessed again with another sighting. Melbourne is truly the city of jorts

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Resurrecting a Recalcitrant SE/30

The Macintosh SE/30 is well regarded as the choice pick of the compact Mac line. Packing a powerful 68030 processor and with the capability to use up to 128 MB of RAM, it brought serious grunt to bear in a tight form fa… hackaday.com/2019/10/08/resurr

Original tweet : twitter.com/hackaday/status/11

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