Just found this again. It's the single most helpful video on welding that I used while experimenting on my wood stove design

No frills, not filler (except welds), all direct information


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Now we dont have a permanent place to live, are just moving from place to place that will have us. but you know what? we fucking care about peoples lives over money, even when we get no financial support, so fuck some people that can grok that.

temporarily leaving vermont and our dream of settling an off grid common interest community and going to stay at a magician's mansion in pitsburgh for the winter..

@fleeky Ta! The capacity of Plain Churches like the Amish to evade technofatalism is an enduring strength, and likely to be one of their greatest contributions to other communities. Being able to say “no” is empowerment. We could learn a lot from the conviction that technology should better the commonweal, not corrode it.

When your whole justice system survival depends on one 85 year women then there is something wrong with your "justice". #ruthbaderginsburg

Also experimenting with self made laundry detergent. Chestnuts contain saponine which can be extracted by putting them in water. Add a few drops of lavender oil and you're good to go!


Amish do not consider technology evil in itself, but they believe that it has the potential to bring about assimilation into the surrounding so0ciety.

Stumbled upon this wiki about renewable energy while researching stoves, and it's amazing??


I always loved this scene from gits stand alone complex , the scene shows the active chat users in the middle with the log as a central collumn of info , lurkers or people not talking in the rafters, simple fun vr interface :)

made a case for a raspi-4 ,, there are many like it but this one is mine (can also make one for 3/2 w/e)
now i can make variants till the end of days!

Run Marlin & Octoprint directly on a @Raspberry_Pi with this 64-bit 3D Printer project.

Learn more: ed.gr/cttp8

Original tweet : twitter.com/hackaday/status/13

Soldering Glass And Titanium With Ultrasonic Energy

Ultrasonic soldering is a little-known technology that allows soldering together a variety of metals and ceramics that would not normally be possible. It requires a special ultrasonic soldering iron an… hackaday.com/2020/09/13/solder

Original tweet : twitter.com/hackaday/status/13

Because of my deepening interests over the past year I've been slowly elaborating on a self-study Microbiology curriculum. I thought I'd see if anyone on here was also interested in a sort of book-club/pooling notes/adding to diy-bio art projects/farming tips.

These days everyone seems to be rather busy being anti-this and anti-that and anti-everything-in-between.

You know what? I'd rather people tell me what they actually stand *for*, not everything they are *against*.

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