open-source low-cost ventilator (covid)(pls boost)
Here's the MIT E-Vent, an open source ventilator (costs $100 from parts on hand), which company Newport was going to build for USA pandemic reserves, until rival company Covidien (yes, real name) bought them out to stop competition with their own more expensive ventilator unit.
Fender guitar lessons are free for the next three months so both me and the boy have started down that path; I’m a little bit further along than him, but I bet he can catch up.
The Secretary of the Interior has ordered the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Nation's reservation to be disestablished and their land be taken out of trust.
"...on the very day that the United States has reached a record 100,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus and our Tribe is desperately struggling with responding to this devastating pandemic -- the Bureau of Indian Affairs informed me that the Secretary of the Interior has ordered that our reservation be disestablished."
Let's see I need some HDMI cables and some USB dongles and yeah why not a whole ass tube amp while I'm here
@djsundog Thanks so much Sundog! Here's the piece! If you don't mind, I'll post it on my blog!
The one thing I really miss about having SiriusXM is Little Steven's Underground Garage, a lot of really good tunes there. I have a pretty specific memory of discovering The Creation while driving to pick up a used strat from a Craigslist seller