Topics include: Real-time deepfake videos on Linux, Command and Conquer remaster, AA batteries with USB ports, laptop batteries should be removable, intentionally electrocuting ourselves as kids in the 1980s, dumb things we did with BB guns, lawn darts, throwing rocks at each other for fun, buying old electronics off E-Bay, the TI 99/4A resurgence, Amiga or Atari Falcon, Stuff we've made with a 3D Printer, and lots of dad jokes.
Every Saturday, at 9pm Pacific (currently over on the Lunduke YouTube Channel), a bunch of Lunduke's nerdiest friends gather – with live stream and a community chat room – to talk about nerdy things.
This weeks nerds:
A chance to socialize – with each other, and with all the chat room folks out on the Inter-tubes – and have a few good laughs while we talk about whatever the heck we all decide to talk about (with questions supplied by all of you). Light hearted. Unscripted.
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