Music from the infinity with nice number rendering provided by Aorante. Check the description of the video. It is quite interesting :).
So it seems that the truth is out about Bitlogic and the BAIXO Corporation.
Let me share it with you all:
Beware with AI.
⊳ パソコン音楽クラブ - 2019-10-30 12:30:20
Today: パソコン音楽クラブ (Pasocom Ongaku Club | Personal Computer music club) Found these guys because of a collaboration they did with YMCK (Family Circus, available on Spotify)
I love both the sound and the video. So cool :D.
So, here it is: パソコン音楽クラブ - Reiji no Machi
In this post I’ll introduce MSXHub and how to use it in a very “linuxy” way just by organizing our packages a bit. You’ll need an MSX with MSX-DOS (probably in a flashcart) along with a network card and your fingers.
Introduction to MSXHub MSXHub is a superb repository tool for our MSX Systems that allows us to download MSX software (tools, games…) directly from our MSX without needing a computer.
Some cool breaks for you
By default weechat doesn’t support multiline messages, but you can have that using the multiline.pl. In order to install it just run weechat and write /script. There you’ll see a lot of nice scripts to customize weechat. Write multiline and press return to filter the plugins by that keyword. Then just select it if it’s not selected already and then write i then return. Then you’ll have multiline enabled :).
I tried to install librtlsdr-dev package and for some reasons I got a nasty error:
> sudo apt-get install librtlsdr-dev ... The following packages have unmet dependencies: librtlsdr-dev : Depends: libusb-1.0-0-dev but it is not installable I noticed that there was no lib-usb-1.0-0-dev package, so the repository is inconsistent. So what I did was to install the package from Debian Stretch that can be downloaded from here.
You can install it as follows:
⊳ Lo-Fi Zelda - 2019-08-19 07:57:40
It’s cool to see how fitting is this song with the Lo-Fi/Vaporwavish style.
Probably one of my favourites amongst Boards of Canada sounds. It fits perfect with Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World, a novel by Haruki Murakami. The ambient fits perfectly with the setting described in the book, most of it quite unsettling, yet really enjoyable.
Reviewing the Deep Asian Breaks video I went to do some searching on the authors of the tracks… and I found this nice piece of music:
I hope you enjoy it :)
I’m alive, again. Maki asked me to make a blog post about how we changed the MSX HitBit T7 japanese power supply unit (from now on PSU) for a more modern and european one. So, let’s do this.
Update (2020-05-29): Victor Muñoz tutorial Victor Muñoz followed this post (plus the discussion we have had on email) and did this mod. He has shared with me a PDF containing the tutorial he has made.
Lately I have been using a lot CLI (Command Line Interface) applications for everything, mainly because they enhance the just keyboard user expirence along with a great functionallity with a low resource footprint. Yes, it may be harder to use them and harder to configure, but I think the outcome is satisfiying.
I will introduce a bit the applications and where to start without much detail, because there’s a lot of documentation already available :).
It has been a while since the last post. Yes I’m alive.
So, in this post I will introduce you to two marvelous concepts:
BitlBee IRC on an MSX with an TCP/IP UNAPI compatible network card. Let’s begin…
Introduction Why would you do that? I mean, there are more efficient ways to communicate with other people that require less effort, right?
Well, here are my two cents for the first point, BitlBee.
We have adapted a standard European SCART cable to use it with an MSX2 HB-F5. You have to change the pins of one of the ends (the connector that will be on the MSX) as follows:
**SCART – Japanese21
** X means not connected.
1 – X 2 – 6 3 – X 4 – 3 5 – 8 6 – 2 7 – 20 8 – X 9 – 7 10 – X 11 – 19 12 – X 13 – 13 14 – 14 15 – 15 16 – 16 17 – 17 18 – 18 19 – X 20 – 10