Of course, this is when I learn that e-bikes have been a thing in China since the 1990s
Pedal assist bikes, or e-bikes, are weird. By weird, I mean that I'm absolutely not used to the extra torque that comes from apparently nowhere when you start pedaling.
(As far as I can tell, in the Divvy e-bikes, there's a DC motor attached to the rear wheel. Both rear- and front-wheel drive seem to be possible according to schematics I've seen on the interwebs.)
Anyway, my friends and I decided that the best thing we could do with this gift of torque was to use the bike as launch assist for skaters, and it works astonishingly well for that
As it turns out, ~35% of my home storage array's usage is crappy 90s-00s movies
About six months ago, the source code to Mod4Win (a module player for Windows) was made available by its authors: https://github.com/shamblernaut/Mod4Win
There's a lot of module player code already out there, but I remember, as a kid, being fascinated by Mod4Win's interface, which was very unlike any other Windows program I'd used before. (There's an imagemap version of the UI at http://kay-bruns.de/mod4win/mod4win/index.htm.) Almost 30 years later, I can peek into how it was built...
I'm looking for a device that:
Any suggestions? Assume budget is not a concern.
If no such devices exist, I was planning to go check out how I could build something like this on my own (read: "go spend a lot of time on Adafruit"), but there's a possibility that something like this is out there.
OK I know I kinda shat on the ReactiveUI naming, but a week or so in and I'm really starting to like the paradigm
The names, though...well, I guess that'll have to be handled with some additional project docs
To be clear, I am definitely guilty of name crimes too. I committed a lot of those when I released Ruby code
The .NET ReactiveUI package contains the following components:
Naming is a hard problem, but it's even worse when we aren't even trying
I wonder if the dirty secret of USB-PD is that it's an unsolvable mess and every vendor just hardcodes a bunch of vendor/product IDs or something
USB Power Delivery negotiation must be a trip. Two anecdotes:
Not sure if I've missed something, but web audio is funny:
<audio>, almost every major browser can decode it. Done.
That seems like a pretty big jump, especially given (1) Opus is an IETF standard and (2) there's so much stuff in the Web platform anyway, what's some extra stream parsing...
ok maybe it's more like D&B and future bass but who the hell do you think I am, Ishkur
shitposting as lifestyle. #nobot if anything actually reads that
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