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Update, I ordered an SDR dongle. Since when do I need legitimate use cases to build ridiculous machines?
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Ever find technology you want to use but can't really make up a legitimate use case for?
Yeaaahhh I discovered software-defined radio and I can't for the life of me come up with what I'd do with it but I want it
@nolan that's not that unlikely perhaps... Microsoft has been acquiring key dev technology for a bit
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