> The tablet h.6 contains the lyrics for a hymn to Nikkal, a Semitic goddess of orchards, and instructions for a singer accompanied by a nine-stringed sammûm, a type of harp or, much more likely, a lyre. One or more of the tablets also contains instructions for tuning the harp.
I used to use DevonThink OSX for organizing my info, it was excellent to archive and search through documents. Unfortunately it doesn't work on linux so I am now using org-mode wiki and projectile and the platinum searcher, just search, good naming conventions, no tags. Second rate but i can use it anywhere (including my phone).
Yes a webforum with an NNTP gateway would be very nice. I remember vBulletin had some functionality like this and I hope Discourse will implement it.
NNTP is very nice for archiving and it's distributed. Maybe we should do twitter and discussions over blockchains... when NNTP servers get out of vogue. There is a stackoverflow dump for local use by the way.
Nice hack! I wonder what other useful common digital signals can one record with a dongle? Time and date, teletext (which includes weather forecasts and news) I am aware of. There is also project Lantern & Outernet which might deliver 20 MB of data to all continents through nanosats next year. What other digital signals are transmitted?
I don't think Vim's autocompletion can suggest table names and column names from the current database. I think the advantage of this tool is in using the metadata from the database to suggest relevant completions instead of mere keyword completions.
I recently bought the nano 7g, I have a smartphone and a tablet.
It's great for swimming, running and commuting, but the main thing is that I sometimes want something smart and light with me that's not connected to the internet.
The nano fulfills these requirmenets; my steps and speed are monitored, I can do a workout with my Jabra sports, listen to ebooks, podcasts, music, watch boardgame or esperanto instruction video's, view pictures for meditation etc and even read little booklets on it as I convert text to pictures and errants, todo or 'scheduled' lists from org-mode. Theoretically I can use an external microphone with it to record notes or thoughts during the day. In essence it is potentially an ideal accessible and wrist wearable computing device, so I am experimenting with the usability of this in practice. It now is mounted on two 1cm wide velco straps on my left wrist, wirelessly connected with bluetooth headphones.
Internet is overrated anyway, less is more and small is beautiful.
Yes I was surprised too. I've got a Samsung phablet thing, but it's a bit tedious to strap to my arm or thigh... even though I do use it for Zombies Run when working out.
Regarding the lack of streaming music, perhaps subscribe to your favorite musical genre podcasts? For example I have Classic FM, A State of Trance and haven't even looked further as my old school mp3 playlist collection is good enough. And then there is FM reception, old school streaming...
Nice find, he's spot on. The group entity experience can be quite fascinating, but I'd attribute that more to the mushrooms, although 2C-B experiences are rather limited. But I can confirm it's arousing effects, quite a difference to the platonic/innocent nature of MDMA.