Well, I originally intended a bit more for this post, starting from a recount on how I recently finished watching The Big Bang Theory and a tentative remark on how perhaps it is so popular in China and other markets thanks the translators who would put up on-screen footnotes for all those vague pop culture … Continue reading A “Howard Hughes”-Like Moment
My website still hosts my original project page here: https://fwphys.com/starbox101/ One officemate of mine recently 3-D printed a tray for his compressed gas vials at Unleash Space, and I suddenly realized how long it had been since I last set foot in there. Again as I would say it, my first artistic sketch file was … Continue reading StarBox: One Year Later
One of the most impressive discoveries was the origin of the energy of the stars, that makes them continue to burn. One of the men who discovered this was out with his girlfriend the night after he realized that nuclear reactions must be going on in the stars in order to make them shine. She said “Look … Continue reading The Opposite of Loneliness
There are bright sides of whimsically cracking open a non-crucial device in one's e-antiques box, of course.
Happy birthday, to a mysterious friend of mine, and to myself.
I've never imagined opening up my electronic antique box again and have any device in it receive an OS update reminder, let alone one from Apple.Despite this, obsolescence is the only thing here to stay.Excerpt Today, along with iOS 12.4, which is going to be the last iOS release that runs on my current iPod … Continue reading iOS 9.3.6 and iOS 10.3.4
I'm going to step off the LM now.