... trying to figure out if there's a way to trim a PWM signal based on an op-amp comparing a buck-boost circuit's output to a reference voltage and I think the fact that I can trigger an interrupt in the PWM's timer from the analog comparator might work but I'm not entirely sure that's enough unless I can get the PWM timer to also reset.

Might have to do some of this in software rather than sleep walking hardware...

I have 20 slides so far. With that many I only have to spend 2 minutes 45 seconds per slide to fill my allotted time. I'm not done making slides. I think I'll be okay.

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Last minute announcement: I'm hosting a beta version of my online Gender Exploration panel for Furnal Equinox. Next Saturday!

Late night first draft thoughts about what I'd like to start seeing on microcontrollers

re: food, meat 

I had some leftover bacon and... made breaded bacon. Sweet and spicy breaded bacon. It's fucking delicious and a little crispy but the bacon itself is still somewhat tender and it pulls apart easily and *oh my gosh* forget the cutlets I'm just gonna buy a crap ton of bacon and do this instead the next time.

It's not even some fancy fresh local butcher-shop-cut thick-cut bacon with hand picked eggs and home made breading, it's cheapo store brand thick-cut bacon with 4C breading and a bunch of dry spices I keep around.

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food, meat 

So I made some bacon-wrapped breaded pork loin cutlets with some pasta and spinach in alfredo sauce tonight. Not bad. Overcooked the pork a little. But, this was not the star of the show. Nor was it the cider I had with it, oh no...

Probably should start posting old art since this is a newer account and I haven't really resume drawing yet.

Here's a sketch from a while back of Hildryn from Warframe rockin' custom dual Zorens.

food, meat 

Got 2lb of beef chuck for like $9 and decided to cook it tonight. After dry brining for a day, cut the thick fat chunk out the middle and basically portioned three servings out of it. Seared them all on all sides, then deglazed with some cheap-ass rum I have, turned down the temp and cooked for a bit longer until medium-ish.

Cooked frozen hash browns and spinach on the side with butter then dumped them into the pan to absorb the drippings. Very good.

Trying to make the below happen and I feel like I need to hire a network engineer x-x

re: Long post, Cities: Skylines 

Now, the reason for posting is I accidentally left the game running overnight with vehicle despawning disabled. I came back to find *all* the rail lines backed up and no trains being able to move.

Despite reenabling despawning the trains *still* get backed up leaving the town.

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Long post, Cities: Skylines 

First time doing some posting on here about Cities! To recap, here are the threads for previous cities:
* Basic: twitter.com/websterleone/statu
* Circle: twitter.com/websterleone/statu
* Hexagon: twitter.com/websterleone/statu
* Boot Heel: twitter.com/websterleone/statu

But the current city is based on a map I made from scratch in-stream of a town called St. Grantspier. Here's the (current) overview:

food, seafood 

Made a sort of lemon alfredo with shrimp, based around Babish's Americanized pasta al limone. A little bit of spice, a strong lemon flavor but not overwhelming. Despite my timing be wrong on *everything*, delicious.

Damn it, now I want to make a shallow bench seat that folds out into a couch for my office.

fursuit head, maybe ec 

Remembering last year's @FurFest. Driving through snow in WV in the middle of the night. Having someone's disembodied head in my lap for nearly 12 hours. Discovering furry stuff in the wild (Hi Flea!). Reg-line bucket.

food, meat 

Had my traditional Wolfenoot dinner tonight. It's a fine tradition that stretches all the way back to last week, when I went grocery shopping and picked up some chicken.

Italian sausage stuffing made with celery and onion, seared and baked chicken, and cider cooked green-beans.

The installer just had the fiber coming in through an empty keystone jack plate, with a really tight run to the ONT. Now it's got a proper patch point to reduce wear on the incoming fiber cable. n-n

(Still need to see if I can get the coax run in through there, right now it's just an empty coupler on the bottom)

Looking like I really need to make an adapter like this. Attach a 4-pin PWM fan to a motherboard but also the tach signals to a hot-swap drive bay to keep its fan failure alarm from going off.

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