Easy way to convert between Fahrenheit and Celsius -> just flip the sign

11F = -11C
11C = -11F
123F = -123C
123C = -123F

Thinking about writing a mode like FT8 or JT65 but with hour-long cycles so I can do EME with an omni

> Electricity is actually made up of extremely tiny particles, called electrons, that you cannot see with the naked eye unless you have been drinking. Electrons travel at the speed of light, which in most American homes is 110 volts per hour. This is very fast. In the time it has taken you to read this sentence so far, an electron could have traveled all the way from San Francisco to Hackensack, New Jersey, although God alone knows why it would want to.

> The five main kinds of electricity are alternating current, direct current, lightning, static, and European. Most American homes have alternating current, which means that the electricity goes in one direction for a while, then goes in the other direction. This prevents harmful electron buildup in the wires.

-- Dave Barry, "The Taming of the Screw" :blobcatgiggle: #electronics

Received this from the ISS today (:

Didn't have any fancy equipment with me so I had to get by with a very old handheld and a normal antenna

optimal scheduling algorithm:

- my jobs run

- yours do not

Introducing Complex Mail Transfer Protocol, listens on port (25+25j)

@matrix this is what I imagine a typical day in the US looks like

@uelen This is a reference to the fact that all projects are eventually rewritten in rust

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