[Noisebridge-discuss] an interesting potentiometer failure mode (tin whiskers!)
tlalexander at gmail.com
Sun Dec 23 02:59:06 UTC 2012
That was generally my takeaway from this exchange already, but can-do.
On Dec 22, 2012 6:12 PM, "Jake" <jake at spaz.org> wrote:
> please stop sending bullshit messages about nothing to my inbox.
> Taylor Alexander wrote:
> It just struck me as silly noise. Should we just copy the daily contents
> of Hacker News to this list? A
> posted <http://enpundit.com/a-5-lamp-**powered-solely-by-gravity/<http://enpundit.com/a-5-lamp-powered-solely-by-gravity/>
> highly relevant to readers of the list. But of course it would be
> of me to do that. And likewise I thought it was silly for someone to just
> post an article here without much explanation as to why (excluding "it's
> interesting", because I read 20 articles a day you'd all find interesting,
> but I don't post them here).
> So in futile hope of discouraging silly conduct, I asked if perhaps there
> was more of an explanation (which, by the way, was not rhetorical). Of
> course I know that I can't fix people who are "wrong on the internet" by
> suggesting they stop being wrong, and that saying nothing may have been
> better, but you know how it's best to just ignore bad drivers when they cut
> you off? Sometimes you've still gotta give them the finger, even if it's
> not going to make a damn difference.
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