Apologies for the radio silence. This years big is underway so we're now back in and we've spent at least 3 days dealing with jetlag.

It's been a while since I have seen one of these total GDPR blocks, but they are still out there. πŸ˜•

So this fell into the mailbox today. Laptop is a sticker-virgin no more! Thanks

dragged this one up from the murky depths of time for me this week, and I had forgotten all about it.

In a different universe, this could definately have been me.

Part of todays productivity. If someone thinks it is useful, you may use it under the CC BY 4.0 license.

Yesterday was chaos on the front and guesstimates say 70-80 cm arrived, which is a lot. Anyway, here's a pic of the car, which was parked for 8 hours, and one from my balcony.

About a week ago I decided to get back into and, instead of doing complicated stuff, practice some easy basic modelling and manipulation skills. And what could be more simple than a LEGO brick? It's basically the default cube with a cylinder on top. So I tweaked it into a few different sizes. And finally I started duplicating and building stuff with them.

This is the end result. Apart from the two large ground and sky baseplates, the scene consists of approx 1500 lego bricks of different sizes and colors.

Feedback, boosts, etc are very appreciated.

Oh and by the way, this is not supposed to be a faithful recreation. I'm aware that there are some differences from the inspirational scene. πŸ˜‰

Rubber rainwear with a hole in it, meet my little friend .. bicycle tire repair kit.

just wanted to see if it was actually a window, so attemted an xkill on it. But only managed to murder my desktop instead.

Have a screenshot, complete with the ghost konsole window. (fortunately alt-f2 still works)

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In this episode of "Espen does things he has no skills in": Building a new deck for the backyard.

VLC seems to mess up 10-bit HEVC streams. First image is from gnome mplayer and displays correctly, second is from VLC and colors are somewhat distorted.

A geysir made from the direct water-intake to a hydroelectric power plant. After passing though 2000 meters of pipes and 500 meters of waterfall, it arrives at the power plant with a pressure of 44 bars and shoots 75 meters up into the air. Geysir is run twice a day for 5 minutes at 1pm and 9pm, video is from the 9 pm run.

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