This is by far the simplest and best explanation I've found on how radio waves actually propagate
No surprise, it's an old video
Yes, you can get 21% off a 512MB DIMM
(Seriously, wth don't places discount this type of thing down to pence?)
#vim XML matching; 'vat' to jump to matching xml/html tag.
As a greying beard Vi user, it's rare I learn vim-isms, but I'm digging in deep XML hierarchies and needed to figure out wth I was; stackexchange's 2nd answer was the easy one - https://vi.stackexchange.com/questions/780/how-to-jump-between-matching-html-xml-tags
#food #robots seem to be getting better; I never saw any point if they could just take a single task; but if they can do a range then they might be worth it:
TIL Manatees can control their buoyancy by farting and getting constipated makes it a challenge
"We have observed flatulence when manatees submerge with minimal externally observable muscular movements. T. Pitchford (MMPL, personal communication) pointed out that constipated manatees are often unable to dive."
Huh, TIL: scp on Unix systems is considered fairly broken&unfixable by the openssh maintainers; probably better to alias it to rsync.
So #gentoo #penguin are really 4 species; no doubt each optimised for their local environments....
Salurnis marginella, a member of Flatid Planthoppers (Family Flatidae) spotted at Pasir Ris Park, Singapore, on 1 Nov 2020. To my eyes, it looked like a small green thing. But through the camera, it looks pretty with interesting patterns on its side.
On iNaturalist [ https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/63945019 ].
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