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Monday July 15, 2024. 04:04 AM
The first time I plugged into a 4×12 guitar cabinet, I felt the ground shake beneath my feet. The raw power and sonic depth were unlike anything I’d experienced before. That moment changed my perception of guitar tone forever. As a luthier and former engineer, I’ve spent...
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LocalSend lets you share files and messages with nearby devices on your local network without requiring an internet connection. Unlike other messaging apps, LocalSend does not rely on external servers or require an internet connection, making it a reliable local...
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Also: Velops routers love plaintext; everything is a dark pattern; Internet Explorer rises from the grave, and more Infosec in brief Commercial spyware maker mSpy has been breached – again – and millions of purchasers can be identified from the spilled records.…
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The latest Sonic Lab video features a review of the Oberheim TEO-5, the new compact performance synth from Tom Oberheim.… Read More Oberheim TEO-5 Synthesizer In-Depth Review
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'The latest version of the Linux kernel adds an array of improvements,' writes the blog OMG Ubuntu, ' including a new memory sealing system call, a speed boost for AES-XTS encryption on Intel and AMD CPUs, and expanding Rust language support within the kernel to RISC-V.'...
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This video captures an introduction to the Ondes Martenot, a unique and expressive electronic instrument from 1928. … Read More An In-Depth Introduction To The Ondes Martenot
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Optigan.com has introduced a new sound disc for the Optigan and Panoptigon, GIALLO, inspired by the soundtracks of 70's B-movies. … Read More New Optigan Disc, Giallo, Inspired By Italian B-Movie Soundtracks
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An anonymous reader shared this report from the Guardian: In March, after analysing 22,000 tasks in the UK economy, covering every type of job, a model created by the Institute for Public Policy Research predicted that 59% of tasks currently done by humans — particularly...
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The DistroWatch news feed is brought to you by TUXEDO COMPUTERS. This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Ubuntu Core 24 News: Fedora dropping X11 packages for Workstation, Red Hat looking to phase out GRUB, new OpenSSH vulnerability impacts Red Hat systems, UBports...
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The first time I strummed the Yamaha FD01S, I was transported back to my early days as a budding guitarist. The familiar dreadnought shape felt like an old friend, but there was something different about this instrument. As I explored its tones and playability, I couldn’t...
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Plus: Japanese scientists ID ancient supernova; AWS dismisses China trouble rumor; and more ASIA IN BRIEF The interim CEO of the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has criticized China's approach to bug reporting.…
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Linus has released the 6.10 kernel. So the final week was perhaps not quote as quiet as the preceding ones, which I don't love - but it also wasn't noisy enough to warrant an extra rc. Changes in 6.10 include the removal of support for some ancient Alpha CPUs,...
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Another Device on Network Using IP Address: 5 Mac Conflict Fixes Can’t connect your Mac...
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Long-time Slashdot reader Geoffrey.landis writes: According to a new report from the United Nations, the world population is expected to grow to an estimated peak of 10.3 billion people in the mid-2080s, an increase over the current global population of 8.2 billion people....
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Wireless Mac Keyboard Not Working? Here Are 5 Fixes There’s nothing more annoying than setting...
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You can run classic PC software on Apple platforms with this app in the App...
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97: Gil Amelio: Facts & speculation - Critique of Microsoft print ad - 02: The Expo, new products, and rumor sites - Better computers and better users - G4 upgrades zoom past 500 MHz - Macs are the more sensible option - 03: External Mac modems - 05: A low-end Mac may be all ...
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The first time I heard a guitar tuned so low it rumbled like distant thunder, I knew I had to explore this sonic frontier. As a seasoned guitarist and editor of ‘Acoustic Guitar’ magazine, I’ve witnessed countless players push the boundaries of their instruments. But nothing...
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Sunday July 14, 2024. 11:53 PM
'Researchers are proposing a new way to battle the effects of climate change...' writes Science magazine: slowing the rising of sea levels with 'glacial geoengineering'. (That is, 'building flexible barriers around them or drilling deep into them to slow their slippage into...
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