From Dashie, with love
In the bright, windy morning, the website said that the letter was still waiting to get airlifted from France.
But, the tall man in the brown shirt, the postman, appeared at cjunior's just as the Sun peeked above the zenith.
The captivating smell of the plastic cover, presents, filled the air as he placed it on my palm.
"It can't be!"
I opened it slowly, with laser precision, enjoying the essence.
'La Poste, France'- said the seal, marked on the second of March.
Inside was seven cards, photos printed with love, from a place 5000 miles away.
The words were as beautiful as his toots, touching as I thought it would be.
The picture of Seine looked magical and Maât's, the cat's coloured eyes appeared to be shining.
My heart was melting as I skipped through those colored photos.
It's been more than an year since I joined oldbytes, and the vibes I created with people all across the world are just incredible.
I don't know, I guess, back in the days, Facebook or My Space or whatever was a new thing and people started posting about what they wanted to, until a lot of people came over and people started to fake their life.
That's what I see in Instagram lately too, same old stuff.
Why does people don't do that here, maybe because we don't know most of the people we interact with, in real life?
"How is your website impacting the planet? Estimate your website carbon footprint" https://www.websitecarbon.com/
I got my first #hacktoberfest t-shirt, by the way.
Thank you, Digital Ocean, I guess.
So the thing with sniffing data sent through SPI was that the Bus PIrate has only a 4 byte buffer. And, there's absolutely no chance that you're gonna sniff something that's less than 4 bytes.
So, I got a new firmware which it says has some 'improvements' in it and flashed it.
Gotta see whether it really has new improvements on it.
Octopus' Garden - The Beatles
l'enigma de oldbytes
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