my name is Antonio Ospite: I am a lazy Computer Scientist from Naples in Italy, not in Florida.
Some times ago I ran into some Service Manuals with unusual background images:
On May 23rd 2016 version 0.6 of tweeper has been released.
Doppo tre mmise ll’ aggio vista aiére;
essa pure m’ ha visto e s’ è fermata:
se ne ieva pe ncopp’ a li Quartiere,
e dint’ a na puteca s’ è mpezzata.
From “The Lord of the Phone-Rings”, about SaveMySugar:
One RING after them all, one RING to end them,
One RING to get the... messages, and from Morse code decode 'em.
The libam7xxx-0.1.6 release is out; it's a maintenance release with no big new features.
You know that effect in some videos where objects moving in the scene leave a trail of their old position?
On September 13th 2015 I released version 0.4 of tweeper, a web scraper which converts Twitter and other sites to RSS.
Hans de Goede informs me that he has been working on gm12u320-kms: a new linux kernel driver for the Acer C120 mini projector, and possibly other devices based on the Grain Media GM12U320 USB3 bridge chip.
Sometimes there is the need to plot some events which have a periodic trend.
Let's consider a seasonal phenomenon; a typical plot may not fully highlight the regularity of the periodic behavior:
You're not on IPv6, yet!
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