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Archive for January 13th, 2020

CSL Bearware 302658 DCF clock manual

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/01/13

The manual for the CSL Bearware 302658 clock that uses the DCF77 signal is at [WayBack] Bearware_Manual-302658-20161220FZ004.pdf.

I like the relatively large 3.3 inch display and the blue background.

You can get the clock here:

More on the signal, transmitter and encoding: DCF77 – Wikipedia.


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New-Age Bullshit Generator and other “sources” of New Age

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/01/13

We are in the midst of a cosmic flowering of synchronicity that will remove the barriers to the dreamscape itself.

If you want/need/hate some of this New-Age stuff, then use either of these sources:

To quote the first:

So, what is this for? Put it on your website as placeholder text. Print it out as a speech for your yoga class and see if anyone can guess a computer wrote it. Use it to write the hottest new bestseller in the self-help section, or give false hope to depressed friends and family members.


Via: [WayBack] Tumblr of the Day is the New Age Bullshit generator. H/t +Harald Wagener​ – Kristian Köhntopp – Google+

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a perf cheat sheet from @brendangregg’s fantastic web page;  you can print it as PDF

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/01/13

From a while back: [WayBack⚡Julia Evans⚡ on Twitter : made a perf cheat sheet from @brendangregg’s fantastic you can print it at


The latter has a lot of examples and even more explanation all around the below picture.


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