Hackaday Podcast Ep9 – On the Edge of AI, Comment Your Code, Big Big Wheels, and Makers of Munich — Hackaday

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Catch up on the past week of hacks with Hackaday Editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys. “AI on the Edge” is the buzzword of choice lately, with hardware offerings from BeagleBone and Google to satiate your thirst. We take on spotty data from Tesla, driving around on four bouncy-houses, reverse engineering a keytar, unearthing a…

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A Photo a Week Challenge: Colorful

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I’ve done several color challenges lately, so this time I decided to go for the whole shebang. I’m looking for the most colorful thing you can find to photograph. This amazing building is the Old Town Hall in Bamberg, Germany. From Bamberg’s tourism site: “According to legend the bishop of Bamberg did not grant the citizens any land for the construction of a town hall. This prompted the townsfolk to ram stakes into the river Regnitz to create an artificial island, on which they built the town hall they so badly wanted.”

The Hall includes an archway (shown below) to the bridges that allow people to cross the Regnitz River.

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IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO OR TWO (OR MORE) THAT HAVE COLORFUL SUBJECTS.

Everyone is welcome to participate, even if your blog isn’t about photography.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Each week, I’ll come…

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Pull up a Seat Photo Challenge 2019-Week 10

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A PHOTO CHALLENGE OF PLACES WE SIT…OR MIGHT SIT…OR ART ABOUT SITTING

Welcome to week 10 of the Pull up a Seat Challenge in 2019. Take a load off and share a favorite perch by linking your post to this one, either with a comment or ping-back. For more detailed directions go to Pull Up a Seatpage.

Thank you to everyone who participated this week. It is always fun to see the variety of ideas.

Here are mine for this week:

These are seats at Fern Cove park on…

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March 7: Flash Fiction Challenge

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Franklin Township Hall sits on Quincy hill among extensive ruins of an abandoned Keweenaw Copper mine. The No. 2 Shaft Hoist House built in 1916 still stands with its engineering marvel intact — the largest mine hoist in the world. An entire company town with houses, feedlots, and gardens once sat above shafts dug to over a mile deep. Today, it’s a historic tourist attraction, and the town hall still functions as it always has.

Concerned citizens from across the Keweenaw have crashed the multi-township fire department meeting.

First, let me explain the geography and geology of the landscape pocked with copper. My fellow Michigander and writer, Annette Rochelle Aben, gives a great visual of Michigan split into two land masses by the Great Lakes: picture two mittens. I like to add that the mittens are backward (kinda like some of us Michiganders, eh). If you flip the right mitten…

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Calling All Bakers and Non-Bakers Alike

A Jeanne in the Kitchen

There is going to be a bake off coming soon.  Show us what you can do.  My friends at

Bereavedandbeingasingleparent  and

Crushed Caramel (Learner at love)

are hosting the first, hopefully annual, Bloggers’ Bake-Off.  So bring out all your best recipes, from cakes to cookies to breads, and everything in between.  I will be officiating as a judge.  It’s going to be a lot of fun.  Stay tuned.  There will be a lot more more details coming your way.

 

And Even Bloggers Who Don’t Think They Can Bake

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Bereavedandbeingasingleparent

and Crushed Caramel (Learner at love)

would like to invite you to join us for

 

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with our very special judge ajeanneinthekitchen

Look out for promotional posts!

All the details coming soon!

SAVE THE DATE: SUNDAY 24TH MARCH 2019

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