gwenlostinthesaucestacy

gwenlostinthesaucestacy wrote

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Agreed. Granted, he seems to prioritize being able to go through security without anyone having a way of accessing it. Adding internal access would take that privilege away. I think it would be more useful to the average person though.

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gwenlostinthesaucestacy wrote

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Dude puts a raspberry pi in his leg. I mean it's pretty small but I feel like if you're putting something inside of your body... I would just want something smaller is all. I guess it just goes with the territory, not having access to optimal resources. To be fair before I realized the storage is a micro SD card I pictured him having like a full-sized SSD in his leg, and this altogether is much smaller. It's pretty neat. I think the fact that someone is willing to do it is cooler than actually doing it haha.

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gwenlostinthesaucestacy wrote

That's a good point and I'm probably not the best person to ask, but I don't feel like it's out of the question. I'm not as well-versed in history/geopolitics/economics/etc. as I'd like but I don't know how much I trust in the ability of the U.S. government to learn from their mistakes or to do anything that makes sense, really. A bit of an over exaggeration on my part but I just mean I wouldn't be surprised.

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gwenlostinthesaucestacy wrote

Such a good idea. If it's humid enough, you may be able to introduce some moss. The way people grow moss on bricks and stone in their garden is by making a slurry, which is a mixture of chopped up moss and a food source (buttermilk/yogurt/etc.). You paint it onto your surface of choice and keep it moist as it grows.

You could also just put some moss on some fabric, keep it moist until it attaches, and throw that wherever. People do that when they're moving it to soil, though, not stone. You may still need a food source. But I'm not an expert on the topic, I've just looked into it when I was thinking about adding moss to a jean jacket. If it's dry in the building, I doubt moss would work well without very frequent upkeep.

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