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13920. Ceri Morgan (100.6.34.193) – 03 Jun 21:24:07 Pittsburgh Marathon 2022 ]
Last chance for race photos. I LOL'd at this and my wife was temporarily mad at me because she thought I was laughing at her for dropping something in the kitchen.
 
13919. Anonymous (167.248.124.196) – 02 Jun 14:42:39 Pittsburgh Marathon 2022 ]
Going south to get to Canada will always be funny to me. Congrats on a near-PB!
 
13917. Anonymous (86.158.176.216) – 28 May 04:53:54 An art show ]
lol
 
13916. Anonymous (24.62.73.189) – 25 May 17:19:40 Pi day... awesome! ]
OOOOOOOh
 
13914. Alexis (172.58.228.14) – 17 May 15:34:31 HINEY 2@22 ]
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE make it so we can play against your bots!
 
13912. Alexis (71.183.73.186) – 12 May 18:22:33 HINEY 2@22 ]
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE make it so we can play against your bots!
 
13911. Nels (174.198.131.97) – 08 May 21:34:38 SIGBOVIK 2022: Harder Drive ]
Huh, wonder if you could use tracert instead of ping, and let those routers hold on to your data instead. (Note: I do not remember if tracert includes a payload. Maybe you could encode data in your return address.)

Excellent work as usual.
 
13909. hello (178.239.165.23) – 07 May 14:53:09 This Week ]
hello
 
13907. jonas (176.63.3.240) – 02 May 14:04:58 SIGBOVIK 2022: Harder Drive ]
> hilariously malfunctioning auto-camera

The camera correctly panned to show the researcher who gave the presentation. It's just that some viewers on twitch were not interested in them, and instead wanted to see the projected slides. That's a malfunction in the camera. At most it's a bug in the streaming setup for not putting the slides directly on stream without a projector and canvas and camera interposed.
 
13906. Ecologic (75.69.165.192) – 02 May 08:31:34 SIGBOVIK 2022: Harder Drive ]
Hello! I have come from tarzaned from hackaday -> youtube -> here. This is one of the most interesting things I have ever seen/read. Amazing job!
 
13905. Anonymous (124.189.230.224) – 30 Apr 04:43:41 My 48-hour videogame 'Disco? Very!' for Ludum Dare #19 ]
flash player is gone and game wont work, sad.
 
13903. Anonymous (137.22.90.27) – 25 Apr 14:33:57 The title of the post is 'February 2022' ]
The Cyberpunk bit reminds me of the XKCD about how every change breaks someone's workflow.
 
13902. LydianLights (73.25.151.53) – 21 Apr 20:20:36 NEW: Tom 7 Entertainment System site ]
Hi tom! Your stuff is very cool, thanks for sharing it!
 
13901. Anonymous (95.147.222.214) – 20 Apr 05:57:04 All fancied up! ]
can't find xss, might be one tho. be careful mr
 
13893. Anonymous (75.48.44.86) – 19 Apr 01:15:28 All fancied up! ]
flawless drip
 
13892. Anonymous (176.199.210.153) – 14 Apr 05:35:19 NEW: Tom 7 Radar ]
777
 
13891. Anonymous (179.108.247.132) – 14 Apr 03:54:51 The March of progress ]
A blessed event
 
13889. idiocrat (118.7.19.225) – 10 Apr 23:06:23 Number 42 ]
Big fan of FixedSys; I am using it on 4k in native res.

The trick is that I have an 43 inch monitor (cheap LG), which gives the perfect dpi and real estate.
 
13888. jonas (176.63.3.240) – 10 Apr 12:47:49 The March of progress ]
If you don't like blockchains but considered storing data in the Bitcoin blockchain, why didn't you also consider storing data in banking information?

My bank offers unlimited free money transfers between my own bank accounts, each money transfer has a short comment field, and I'm guaranteed to be able to query the information about my transfers for a year for free on the internet. This means I can store an unlimited amount of data for absolutely no cost!
 
13887. Doga (213.55.242.139) – 10 Apr 10:47:40 The March of progress ]
+1 for the Patrick's Parabox recommendation, it's Sokoban but with the recursive mechanics of your own Entire Screen of One Game: http://entire.spacebar.org/
 
13886. jonas (176.63.3.240) – 10 Apr 09:45:08 The March of progress ]
I should probably also point out that the sci-fi story “Valuable Humans In Transit” "https://qntm.org/transit" by sam512 involves something that may be a harder drive.
 
13885. Anonymous (63.208.139.10) – 10 Apr 09:45:07 The title of the post is 'February 2022' ]
Having seen the video, I'm curious how that FFT (I assume) graph was useful.
 
13884. jonas (176.63.3.240) – 10 Apr 09:36:37 The March of progress ]
And how the full video of your SIGBOVIK project is out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcJSW7Rprio
 
13883. Adam G (74.111.125.30) – 09 Apr 12:10:27 The March of progress ]
(goodness 10000)
 
13882. jonas (176.63.3.240) – 08 Apr 22:10:12 The March of progress ]
Sigbovik 2022 proceedings are at http://sigbovik.org/2022/proceedings.pdf , video recording of most of the presentations is at https://player.twitch.tv/?parent=a.a&video=1450229984 , conference homepage is at http://sigbovik.org/2022/ .
 

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