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PodQueue is designed to make it easy to bookmark audio from the web (podcasts, lectures, interviews, radio segments) and listen to it later in your favorite podcast client 🎧
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MAME 0.248 supports .moof files, which are disk images of copy protected Mac floppy disks. ("Moof" is the sound a dogcow makes.)
Hey, that gives me an idea.
“A Moof A Day”
Macintosh .moof disk images of copy protected software, verified in multiple emulators, full metadata, downloadable or playable in your browser. Also: raw flux files, visualizations, handcrafted screenshots, &c.
"oh, you're using a Latin square? that's nice. I'm using a Latin hypercube" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_hypercube_sampling
come on down to Amatius', home of the zero-goose-interest geese lease
Played through some old Japan-only PC-88 games on stream last night, archive is here: https://youtu.be/ZA1shbkj1II?t=380
- setting up the quasi88 emulator
- loading & playing Nausicaä using Rani Baker's guide
- experiments in d88 extraction/injection
- using UmbrellaTerms' Horror House translation to show how to load/play t88 tape files
As far as I can tell, the original 1.0 single-level cassette version of the PC-88 game “Dragon Slayer” (an early influential action RPG) is completely undumped/unpreserved: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragon_Slayer_(video_game)
going to start referring to "fall" as "Ἀποκολοκύντωσις season" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apocolocyntosis
PSA: if your Xcode install upgrades to Xcode 14 and breaks your Command Line Tools-supplied version of `git` on macOS, what you need to do is run `xcodebuild -runFirstLaunch`. Without doing this or interactively launching Xcode, running `git` will just continually try to reinstall Command Line Tools to fix itself but it will never work!
The main way I use PodQueue is that I just save things that look interesting to me throughout the day, then later when I’m doing chores or driving or whatever I have a playlist of things that are interesting to me that I can listen to.
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