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Just getting the site up to date with relevant goodies (and testing my bot!) It seems like once a product becomes popular, they want to hurry up and close the source and hardware. Not so with this unique, consumer 3d printer by BQ. It’s 100% open source, check out how you can hack it here: […]
Just getting the site up to date with relevant goodies (and testing my bot!) My new Geekbeat Power Up desk came in the mail today, here it is: http://ift.tt/1uc3vCc! Did you know I’ve been REGULARLY uploading content on my other channel, NixieDoesLinux – http://ift.tt/1JpX57D
You may already know this, but a couple weeks ago I launched my crowdfunding Patreon page. I’m so happy (and honestly a bit surprised) to see that we have met all of our early access goals! Per the milestones we’ve accomplished, I will be focusing on: hiring a video editor employing a web designer (let’s […]
I don’t know about you, but for a long time I’ve been disappointed with the selection (or lack thereof) of Open Source and Linux t-shirts. Lately I’ve been working tirelessly with Teespring to change that. So here’s some new shirt designs that I’ll be giving away to you guys! I’d love to know what you […]
My Warby Parker frames came in! Vote below on which glasses you like best and I’ll order the ones you chose the most:
Ever have one of those days/weeks/months where you’re a complete busy bee that can’t seem to find time to do anything apart from work? I’ve been like that lately. I think I need something like this to snap me out of it… Yep. That looks effective.
…They’re right when they choose the best time to buffer.
“The April, 1935 issue of Everyday Science and Mechanics included this nifty invention which was to be the next logical step in the world of publishing. Basically a microfilm reader mounted on a large pole, the media device was supposed to let you sit back in your favorite chair while reading your latest tome of […]