Back in May I upgraded my jukebox to a Raspberry Pi 3, but couldn't get the cheap USB soundcard I had been using with the 2+ to work.
Fortunately the built in sound of the Raspberry Pi 3 was better than the abysmal one in the Raspberry Pi 2+.
So I grabbed an Onyx Blackjack I had lying around and attached that; it worked as soon as I changed the mpd.conf - and sounds much better. A usb hub is needed to power it, but the increase in sound quality is worth the wattage.
I use Twitter very rarely on my phone, but sometimes I want to send a tweet containing an image to some kind of authority, asking them what's up.
I don't want the Twitter app to be running constantly, using battery and data, as I never look at Twitter on my phone.
There is no setting for that, so I clicked the "Sign out" button. Which displays this warning:
Really, Twitter, I mean, really??
The note from June 16, 2015 is both heartbreaking, beautiful and instills hope.
Writing this I realize that that is not a bad way to sum up what 22 Pistepirkko means to me.
The gist is:
22-p will be 35 years young this year.
We tried to make an album to celebrate
with you all:
Made a bunch of tunes, some of them are really
Brothers fell in a fight ring,
this time it ended ugly.
After several bow wow wows =
22-p needs a pause.
Now we are back in peace/calm.
We'll play these summer gigs
and quit for a while.
When we feel the urge to R&R with 22-p we’ll
continue, as has been the case from 1980 to 2015.
Vote for the Lovelace & Babbage Lego set now!
An excellent project celebrating Lady Ada Lovelace's 200th birthday, by @legolovelace.
I would love to give my niece and nephew one of these - so, join me in voting for it!
Calling social media "SoMe".
Sorry, but that is just... ToMu.
It was quickly recovered, nose cone included.
Best part: seeing the rocket go up.
Worst part: all the armchair philosophers spouting their "advice" on Youtube.
I have had an ungodly number of open pages in my web browser for months.
After one week of vacation, I finally managed to look/read/skim through most of them. It took a week of vacation to amass the energy to do that.
Hopefully I'll get to close those as well, soon.Author at Google+ Publisher at Google+