The trackpad that came with my Lenovo T440s was having some sticky delayed clicks and it was getting pretty frustrating to use. Pretty disappointed with the soft-button trackpad, I found out that some people had figured out how to adapt the hard-button one. Followed this tutorial and after a slight
Haven't been fiddling with stuff much recently. Started at UCSC in mid-September and have been settling into the area and commute and school and whatnot. Did end up messing around with Asterisk one night and was able to get a box up and running that responded to a call with
Just recieved this in the mail from North Korea (strangely unopened by customs). Included were a pretty big picture of Kim Jong-Un on the Pyongyang Times, a QSL card, an invitation to buy commemorative stamps (which I think would be illegal for me), and a current station schedule list. Exciting
Took a bit, but I got a QSL Card and swag from Radio Havana Cuba (neatly opened and examined in transit by someone)!
Pulled in some Voice of (North) Korea, a couple nights ago. Definitely had some trouble with fading. It seems that my Tentec 1253 is not terribly frequency stable, and it took some fiddling to attempt to keep the signal in tune. Probably one of the most distinctive things I've heard