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#135 – December 01, 2022

Is this toner cartridge half empty or half full?

Everyone needs a printout occasionally. You rush to the office printer to pick it up, only to find that dreaded message: Replace Toner. But should we take the printer’s word for it? Lumafield’s Neptune industrial CT scanner says otherwise.

Inkbase: Programmable Ink

What would be possible if hand-drawn sketches were programmable like spreadsheets?

Speeding up the JavaScript ecosystem - one library at a time

Most popular libraries can be sped up by avoiding unnecessary type conversions or by avoiding creating functions inside functions.

Building arbitrary Life patterns in 15 gliders

Using new techniques, every object in Conway's Game of Life that can be constructed at all, now has a fixed cost of 15 gliders. Here's how.

Estonia saved its citizens 820 years by moving public services online

Estonia is a small country with a population of only 1.3 million. In 2005, it became the first country in the world to allow its citizens to vote online in elections, and today 46.9% of those eligible opt to vote online.

FFmpeg - Ultimate Guide

This guide covers the ins and outs of FFmpeg starting with fundamental concepts and moving to media transcoding and video and audio processing providing practical examples along the way.

I should probably add this cautionary video too. 😬