Bienvenue ! Vous vous rappelez les blogs ? A une époque, ce site en était un. Maintenant, c’est surtout une archive de mes multiples comptes Twitter.

20 janvier

J’aurais pu m’apercevoir que les canalisations étaient à nouveau bouchées avant de faire une machine, mais il faut avouer que ça aurait été moins drôle.

19 janvier

@silentmoviegifs:

College Chums (1907) found a very creative way of depicting a phone conversation

Directed by Edwin S. Porter

Oncle Vania — Odéon — 9/10

C’est très bizarre de voir un texte que je connais déjà, que j’aime déjà, joué sur scène d’une façon totalement différente de ce que j’ai pu voir ou imaginer jusque-là — et en même temps totalement évidente — et de découvrir pourquoi je l’aimais. Qu’est-ce qui se passait dans ma tête avant que je voie cette production ? Comment je pouvais à la fois déjà apprécier ce texte, et aussi peu le comprendre ?

18 janvier

Thing is, this is not a complete surprise — it confirms an impression I’d had for a while that my prints were weaker in some areas in the X,Y space. I just didn’t want to believe because… how?!

Got a new magnetic pad for my print bed. Much better adhesion, contrasts nicely with my black filament, and… what the FUCK is happening here? I don’t understand what hardware issue could be causing this, but it doesn’t make sense as a software bug either.

17 janvier

The Good Place 4x11 — 7/10

16 janvier

@Rainmaker1973:

How Sydney put in this water curtain sign on its harbor tunnels to solve the problem with oversized trucks driving into tunnels [ow.ly]

Looks like Apple’s receipt validator suddenly decided to stop working — after eight years — if you use another base64 encoder than NSData’s 🤷🏻‍♂️

Why the fuck am I getting this message on a consumable IAP? Am I supposed to recreate a test user every single time I want to test it?

My IAP test account has been deactivated for whatever reason and I have to create a new one. THIS IS VERY CONVENIENT.

“On est en plein janvier, je dois pouvoir passer à Ikea Madeleine sans trop de tentations au rayon plantes.”

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“Cap ou pas cap de rentrer avec un calathea d’un mètre sous le bras ?”

The gods gave me one clean print, and now I can’t get a print to adhere to my bed again.

@WoofWoof_TV:

This is Ender. He gets the tippy taps anytime he sees his favourite food

(enderbear / IG)

15 janvier

@Rainmaker1973:

What could be more realistic and fun than an active suspension? This super scale ’63 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 wagon makes engine noises and an Arduino reads data from a triple-axis accelerometer in real time, adjusting a servo on each wheel accordingly [buff.ly]

I’ve had issues with my cheap filament printer for months and all it took to get clean prints again was to change the shitty bowden connector it came with 🤦🏻‍♂️ How much did the manufacturer save by skimping on this part? $0.50?

@kottke:

Yandex Image Search tool isn’t just doing a reverse image search (like Google)…they appear to be using facial matching, allowing you to upload a photo of someone (even a non-public one) and determine their name. [nelsonslog.wordpress.com]

@mwegner:

“Signal” by @SylvanEsso

StyleGAN2 by @nvidia NVlabs

Visualizer script by @robertluxemburg

Track-to-stems split using Spleeter by @Deezer

GPU wattage & misc scripting by me

I can’t understand why doing crosswords in bed (on my iPad) lets me fall asleep but playing solitaire gives me a huge adrenaline spike.

14 janvier

Doctor Who 12x03 — 4/10

Ca fait dix jours que ces bouteilles d’époxy sont à côté de mon évier et il faut vraiment que je me décide à m’en servir avant de ne plus pouvoir me retenir de les boire.

13 janvier

@ConalPierse:

You arrive at a gate with two guards.

Guard 1: Halt, traveler. You must solve our riddle to continue.

Guard 2: ʰᵉʳᵉ ʷᵉ ᵍᵒ

G1: ONE of us only tells the truth. The other only tells LIES.

G2: jesus christ, Daniel, I said I was sorry.

@Freerunnering:

Rewind time a few years ago and it would have frozen on micro-USB & we’d have no USB-C.

It’s annoying having multiple cables yes, but this is a bad idea! [twitter.com]

@xor:

I’m looking through a crank fad health book from 1923 and found this striking image from a pseudoscience I hadn’t even heard of!