I'm reading a 1979 NASA paper titled "State of the art survey of technologies applicable to NASA's aeronautics, avionics and controls program" and I think there's some neat stuff in there.

Specifically, section 4.2 talks about UI design for glass cockpits and covers some problems that are still (more?) relevant today, such as

  • problems with deep menu hierarchies
  • how to store large databases and quickly read them (second place I've seen bubble memory mentioned)
  • compensating for lack of tactile feedback on touch screens (heh heh)

Also present is what I think is a mockup for a map UI, which seem pretty close to what we see in 2020-era mapping applications

It somehow seems right that the only github organization I'm that requires 2FA would be e30e

This popped up in the ads updates section of Visual Studio Installer and now I'm just wondering what part of this nanodegree is 10-9 smaller than a full degree

Sometimes I think the only thing the Khronos Group does is logo design

I really like how the Qi wireless charging logo looks like a renderer tried to render two circles and goofed

(at large sizes you can make out the "qi", but scale it down to low-density displays and it really just starts looking more and more like a glitch)

lol these metaphors are so stupid

what are they going to do, nuke the virus

Yes, the fridge door rebooted

This is the invention of a shitty company called Cooler Screens, whose goal appears to be to use more power to turn fridge doors into ad space sdfn-01.ninjawedding.org/media

more DDR score nonsense 

two goals I had for 2019:

1) clear every level 15 doubles chart
2) upscore Flowers

whee

really don't like The Reason's chart though :p sdfn-01.ninjawedding.org/media sdfn-01.ninjawedding.org/media

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