Accidentally created the TNG space sound.

The gist: use a big reverb with nearly infinite decay, send any short sample through it, and sample the reverb tail junk many minutes later.

I'm using a FDN reverb (costello reverbsc topology, to be precise), with the feedback at 1 and the cutoff pretty dark (probably around 1kHz or so)

So Magic Leap is tanking apparently. Good. Never been a fan of the hype + secrecy combo. Always brings out the worst in people.

Steam Controller 

Steam Controller 

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2000s hackers: My dream is to connect all of my devices to the internet.
2020s hackers: My dream is to disconnect all of my devices from the internet.

Steam Controller initial thoughts 

Steam Controller initial thoughts 

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@paul I first thought you were talking about typing as in typed programming languages :)

Typing. Mind boggling that to me that humans have the mind + dexterity for it. And it isn't even a superpower. A certain proficiency for it is actually *expected*.

Carnival Row 

NASA should launch another golden disk into space, but with classic video games.

Anyone have any experience using tinyemu? It's made by Fabrice Bellard (QEMU, FFMPEG, TCC, etc), so I have high hopes for it.

Oasis Linux Thoughts So Far 

Code smell. It's a useful term in theory, but it is uncomfortable to use in practice.

I, for one, would prefer NOT to know what my code smells like thanks.

Witcher 3 Soundtrack 

Jamesbond, Octopussy 

AWS Composer. Profanity. 

Oasis is a linux distro that is completely statically linked. It's been a really fun project to fumble through. So far, I've managed to get a chroot set up. Looking into how to install additional packages and get sudo/su working:

Naturally, I've forked their code base. They've done a great job up to this point. It takes only takes one average brain to maintain a C codebase of the current size. C++ encourages codebases that require multiple brains to maintain.

Friends of mine are converting their embedded C codebase to C++. Welp. I tried to help them.

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