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Digital audio passthrough on TVs

I was researching how TVs pass through audio coming in from HDMI, and I found this. Just dumping it here as memory. Read More »

New year’s resolutions

I updated my personal homepage at the beginning of the new year. Some of the changes were long overdue, like my university student status and the number of diving licenses. But, there were other changes that arose from a more recent insight: that, if I am to reach my goals, I need a plan. A bad plan is better than no plan. And too many goals are as useless as no goals. Read More »

Spectre and Meltdown Status

Just some quick links with the status of Spectre and Meltdown: Read More »

Worldwide Wilderness

A long, long time ago, when I still thought that Drupal would turn out be a good choice for a new website project, I founded Well, actually I found, because I didn't know that ‘worldwide’ is spelled as one word. And, then I found, because I thought that hyphens in domain names are really cool—so cool, in fact, that I was on the Dashing Domains fanlist for years. Apart from all the hyphens, I still like the Worldwide Wilderness, so much so that I've recently been considering building an interactive map of all the remaining wilderness areas in the world under the brand. Read More »

Writing bootable disk images (.iso, .img, etc.) to a USB stick from Windows

Because Windows doesn't have dd, and I want to write the latest Mint LTS release to a USB task, I had to face the unpleasant task of finding a Windows tool to perform what's a basic Unix operation. The good news is that I found one, and it's open source: Win32 Disk Imager. It even has a version ≥ 1, titled: “Holy cow, we made a 1.0 Release”. Read More »

Low noise linear power supply

Just as a note to self mostly: this is an interesting article about the noise in a LM317/LM337 based power supply. Read More »

Web print is still shit, even for CSS2 print features

Having spent ten yours out of the loop, I had somehow expected browser makers to take some time out of their favorite hobby—moving knobs and settings around—to implement CSS printing support. I'm all for saving paper and all, but requiring me to pipe my HTML through LaTeX to produce halfway decent documents doesn't feel very 2017ish to me. In 2007, it already didn't even feel very 2007is to me. Read More »

5.25″ Drive bay for 3.5″ slot

Just to save this link. Read More »

Termination of High-Speed Converter Clock Distribution Devices

Clearing up something from my inbox: Termination of High-Speed Converter Clock Distribution Devices Read More »

Hike for Pie – clear lakes

There has been much talk of the "Hike for Pie" in my family-in-law, and we finally figured our for sure where it is. It's the trail to clear lake, trail head parking lot at GPS coordinates: Read More »