Dusting off for the 14th installment.
14th Noodling of nonsense and clamoring
LeoCAD from Design to Publication
Designing, organizing the timeline and publishing a MOC (My Own Creation) on Rebrickable.com using LeoCAD on openSUSE
DeWalt cordless Power tool platform
A little trip outside the cubicle for my appreciation for a great cordless tool platform that enables me to do more with greater efficiency. My mission to simplify and reduce life complexity
APC UPS Battery Backup Rebuild
Fixing is my preferred option to buying new. Not only is it financially but environmentally more beneficial.
Thoughts about Lubuntu and Linux Mint choice to forbid Snaps.
openSUSE + LibreOffice conference will be online. See the news article for details on on the Open Source Event Manager system, the online Summit and submitting for talks for it.
Tumbleweed Updates for snapshots 20200609 and 20200610, both trending stable scores.
Computer History Retrospective
In the 5th episode of the 1st season of Computer Chronicles in the year 1983 was an episode about Robotics. Lots of interesting speculation about the commercial viability of robotic devices.
Even at this time, robotics in manufacturing, or machines in general were starting to do many of the more dangerous tasks that could easily be replaced by some sort of structured process where robots could excel.
The fear of robots taking away jobs as seen in the early 20th century but the speculation that robots would completely eliminate all jobs doesn’t seem to have come into fruition. I know that today we speculate that automation will replace us in every way. It has in some capacities but I do believe it opens up the world for more skilled occupations. Robots and computers are certainly very disruptive to society, but they also give us new things as well.
Here is the video in it’s video tape recorded glory from 1983.
We all have immutable characteristics, things about us we cannot control about us. That will never make you less of a person
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