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cheaply print processors onto materials like plastic and paper



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Known for its core design IP that ends up in everything from IoT to smartphones to servers, Arm is now presenting that it has enabled one of its key microcontrollers in a new form factor: rather than using silicon as a base, the company has enabled a processor core in plastic. The technology has been in the works for almost a decade, but Arm has...
If I understood the recent news articles right, the PlasticARM was of limited success due to low yield. The more recent work of PragmatIC <https://spectrum.ieee.org/plastic-microprocessor> seems to fix that by lowering processor complexity -- but in the end, the complexity bound will need to be pushed.

If I understood the recent news articles right, the PlasticARM was of limited success due to low yield. The more recent work of PragmatIC <https://spectrum.ieee.org/plastic-microprocessor> seems to fix that by lowering processor complexity -- but in the end, the complexity bound will need to be pushed.


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Migrating to Postgres


I'm moving to a new server, and I'd like to move Hubzilla to Postgres before I move it to the new server as I don't want to set up a MariaDB server there.

I saw that there is a migrate-mypg.php script in the install directory, but I didn't find instructions on how to use it. Should I just run it with PHP? As a certain user?

How well does Postgres support work nowadays? I remember that in olden times, Postgres sometimes didn't work so well as most developers used MySQL themselves. Is that still the case?

Thanks, zottel
Dirty Bit hubzilla (AP)
Nice article, I wanted to do this as well. As everything else I am running use postgres. Thanks for documenting this!
Beni Grind ~HB9HNT hubzilla (AP)
@Dirty Bit Ok, you convinced me that it might actually be useful and that I should clean up the layout. I fixed the code blocks.

Music Box hubzilla (AP)

New Roots - Adema Manoukas Octet


New Roots - Adema Manoukas Octet




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Music video of the Adema Manoukas Octet performing "New Roots" written by Nick Adema. You can view the full album entitled "New Roots" on Bandcamp or on all ...

Evan Dalling – trumpet
Brenon Parmar – alto sax
David Hodgson – tenor sax
Nick Adema – trombone
Alex Manoukas – baritone sax
Josh Smiley – piano
Eighton Harrell – bass
Keith Barstow – drums
#jazz #AdemaManoukas
@!Music Box
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