I've been a computer programmer since I first started typing in program
listings on a Commodore Vic 20 when I was about 8. My hobbies include
electronics, CNC manufacturing, photography, beer and winemaking.
I live with my wife, cat, and lots of left-over parts from unfinished
projects in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA.
oooh so much stuff to digest in this video! I'm sure I missed at least a few references. What's the black&white setting in "livello 10" supposed to be? It is a little bit evocative of La Jetee, which would fit the time travel theme.
For someone who spent ca. 1990 - 2005 without TV in the house, Netflix's DVD service was AMAZING. Missed all of the X-Files? Missed all of Stargate? Bang, fixed. Whatever it was, they had it. Movies too, but that's not mostly what I watched. Compared to that, Netflix's streaming service has *ALWAYS* been a ghost town. Sounds like it's getting worse.
want to make a guess what common thread connects the "several" people who are angry that the FreeBSD project wants to forbid things like "Gratuitous or off-topic sexual images"? (Of course, I also wonder why the language seems to admit that there might be "indispensable, topical sexual images" when it comes to the development of a world-class unix operating system)
Mesa Electronics has their low end PCIE board at $109, the 6i25. The FPGA is from Xilinx, XC6SLX9-PQ144. You get 2 26-pin IO connectors to play with, though there are only 34 total I/Os because the pinout is designed to resemble the classic PC printer port. But this board uses a PCI Express bridge (XIO2001) so I guess it's not going to let you directly play with the PCIe bus which is what we're talking about here.