@Lyrilith Hi There, I am not 100% sure if this is what you are looking for, but the Canonical web and design team runs a series o blogposts related to design ubuntu.com/blog/topics/design

Build up your skills, meet new people, and make LibreOffice rock! Today we're starting the Month of LibreOffice, May 2021 – where everyone who contributes to our projects gets a sticker pack, and chance to win extra merch: blog.documentfoundation.org/bl

using a modern computer on the internet is like you've got this amazing studio workshop library full of tools and stuff, workbench space all over the place, and you're gonna put it all to use any minute now - except you just can't stop staring out out one dingy window at these people screaming at each other in the street

@solene I have one and I am loving it,the wood wrist rests are bought apart, so you can get the keyboard without them. I have them and I find them very comfortable, due to the fact that you can tilt the keyboard the way you want, I also find a good position to write and have my wrists resting on it. Its wood with a plastic(silicone?) layer on top of it, so, you don't feel like a 'wood' texture on your hands/wrists but rather soft.

If I can add one recommendation to the mix is the UHK V1 keyboard, has a client that runs on Linux and allows it to customize your keyboard completely.

Its the that time of the year again, when the otherwise green/grey fields of The Netherlands get filled with bright colorful tulips.

I really enjoy having the big overview on what is gowing on in the
@PINE64 world, for me ther format, depth and details shared are quite good.

Seeing companies preying over the OVH incident gives me the chills. Marketing done very wrong. Scaleway 👎

I assumed that if GPT-3 generated pickup lines, they would be terrible because they would be something like human pickup lines. Instead, they are terrible for more delightful reasons.

"Ever tried to find the data on a mysterious LCD controller that’s kicking around in your parts bin? Well check out this list of various LCD controllers that [Achim] has put together."

A Handy Reference for Display Drivers and LCD Controllers hackaday.com/2021/03/20/a-hand

Managing an airport in Antarctica with a runway made of ice presents all sorts of unique challenges. Here’s how the Norwegian Polar Institute keeps the airfield at Troll Research Station ready to operate all year round. flightradar24.com/blog/troll-res… pic.twitter.com/z6oPGED9pr #flightradar24 twitter.com/flightradar24/stat

On this video, its me using STM32CubeIDE, connected directly to the board vis USB in debug mode, manipulating -directly- the register on the board that controls the green led to turn it off and on 🤯. Might not seem much from the video, but just taking in the fact that you can manipulate the CPU and its peripherals directly like that is something that amazes me. Video here: cloud.otherreality.net/index.p

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So, I have been wanting to learn embedded development for years, and this year I decided to do so, wasn't very happy with the whole proprietary experience of Microchip and ended up following the advice of a good friend and look into the stm32 boards.
Bought one and installed their free and open-source IDE, been following a course in Udemy for embedded development and I am astonished by how powerful and easy the tools are! 1/n

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