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10:38 pm, December 5, 2022

Random Links for December 2022

Mac OS 9 in Browser

Someone has actually emulated mac os 9 in the browser, go here for a bit of web nostalgia, i remember this from the school mac's. 

Link: https://macos9.app/ 

New Process Allows 3-D Printing of Microscale Metallic Parts

This is an interesting article, im reading a book at the moment by a professor that worked at caltech, very good book. 

Engineers at Caltech have developed a method for 3-D printing pure and multicomponent metals, at a resolution that is, in some cases, an order of magnitude smaller than previously possible.

Link: https://www.caltech.edu/about/news/new-process-allows-3-d-printing-of-microscale-metallic-parts 

Space Cadet Pinball - 3D Pinball Windows Port

In your web browser of course, i think almost everything is now available in the browser!

Link: https://alula.github.io/SpaceCadetPinball/ 

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When i was a little kid, I was really scared of the dark. But then I came to understand, dark just means the absence of photons in the visible wavelength -- 400 to 700 nanometers. Then i thought, well, its really silly to be afraid of a lack of photons. Then i wasn't afraid of the dark anymore after that.
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The ascent-override CSS descriptor defines the ascent metric for the font. The ascent metric is the height above the baseline that CSS uses to lay out line boxes in an inline formatting context.
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