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HPR4066: HPR Community News for February 2024


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HPR4065: Framework 13 (13th gen Intel) review


Framework 13 (13th gen Intel edition) Review General Takeaways Overall very good Hackable Good build quality Good keyboard Good screen Okay webcam and microphone A bit noisy fan, but not obnoxious Good performance Good OS compatibility Okay trackpad Great portability I love the expandability the expansion cards provide...


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HPR4064: Large Language Models


In this episode I talk about different machine learning models and their application and what I think is good about the situation we have now and where I think we will end up in the future if we aren't careful


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HPR4063: Re: ChatGPT Output is not compatible with CC-BY-SA


dnt offers an opinion on Ken's show about ChatGPT content being incompatible with the CC-BY-SA license. I don't disagree that it is incompatible, but I don't think it means a show containing chatGPT output can't be licensed under CC-BY-SA and posted on HPR, because not only is the host not able to place any restrictions over the chatGPT output, but rather no one is. References, in order of appearance: https://hackerpublicradio.org/eps/hpr3983/index.html https://web.archive...


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HPR4062: HPR Music Series? - How will it go for the girl and me?


Fred Black teaches a tune called "Hur ska det gå för jänta och mig", which translates to "How will it go for the girl and me" It was played on a Nyckelharpa, or Key fiddle, and the key is G major


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HPR4061: Setup a Pi-hole


Kevie, a co-host of TuxJam, talks about setting up a Raspberry Pi as a network wide ad and domain blocker using the Pi-hole project. Before starting this project you will need: A Raspberry Pi with Raspberry Pi OS installed and SSH enabled A basic knowledge of changing the settings on your router. I can't talk you through this as every router is different...


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HPR4060: Florida to Georgia


We finish up our visit to Kennedy Space Center with one more day at the Center. Then we spend a few days at St. Augustine before leaving Florida and moving up north to Savannah, Georgia Links: https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAvzyo https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAvzD3 https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAvFon https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAvFAg https://www.flickr.com/photos/ahuka/52747902453/in/album-72177720306712627/ https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAvHR5 https://www.palain.com/travel/rv-trip-2022-2023-southeast-us/florida-to-georgia/


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HPR4059: the southern cross


intro trying to keep hpr going encourage people not to be content is better than quality last show audio southern cross brief history talking electronics TEC-1, 1983, i think it was influenced by kim-1 although the kim-1 was released by MOS the 6502 designers in 1976 as a way to get people using the 6502 processor. TEC-1 was designed specifically to get the ordinary bloke involved with computers. Cris Jones https://github.com/crsjones/Southern-Cross-Computer-z80 https://youtu...


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HPR4058: Radio Thermometer


# If you ever want to make this code better, please do # but for the love of God, please save this code first. # It is written in circuitpython to prevent the need # to compile code, and the RFM69 does not work with # micropython...


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HPR4057: Raspberry Pi and astro imaging


As I mentioned back in HPR 3857 "Yesterday I saw a flare" I have put together a way to take images and video through my telescopes, and more. You can do so too for under £100, assuming you have your own telescope, or add on another £40 for a nice lens for the HQ camera instead of a telescope...


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