Left half of the top shelf, part 2:

- Chronically Yours: A Zine About Living with Chronic Illness (no. 1 & no. 2)
- BITE by Amy Dentata
- 2600, Volume Thirty-Four, Number Four

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Left half of the top shelf, part 1:

- Model View Culture, 2014(?) 2-4, 2015 1-4, 2016 1-4.
- The Responsible Communication Style Guide
- Bubblesort Zines (june 2015, july 2015, february 2016, september 2016, april 2017, november 2017, "How does the internet")
- Pocket Ref, 4th edition
- the evolution of bundler
- CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid
- Easy Pickings

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Right side of the top shelf:

- Technical Drawing, 9th edition
- Handbook of Augmentative and Alternative Communication
- The Lore of the Unicorn
- Kim & Kim, issues 1-3
- Grey Dawn by Nyri Bakkalian
- The Original Folk & Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm

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The one tucked away on top of the books on the second shelf because it doesn't fit anywhere else:

- How Buildings Learn

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Right half of the second shelf down:

- Introduction to Expert Systems, 3rd edition
- Interfacing Thought
- Desk Ref
- Architectural Draftsman's Reference Handbook
- Building Construction Illustrated
- Architectural Graphics
- Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability
- A Field Guide to American Houses
- 99% Invisible: The Hidden World of Everyday Design
- What Can a Body Do?

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Left half of the second shelf down:

- Electronic Systems Technical Reference Manual
- Reference Data for Engineers: Radio, Electronics, Computer, and Communications, 7th edition
- The TTL Data Book
- Handbook of Transistor Circuit Design
- Designing with TTL Integrated Circuits
- Electronic Music Synthesis
- Operating System Concepts, 7th edition
- Object-Oriented Interface Design: IBM Common User Access Guidelines

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Got some new books and figured out where a few were hiding, then rearranged my portion of the shelf a bit.

Figured I'd take some pictures of it afterwards since people seemed to like that last time I reorganized. ^^

I did a Very Professional installation of the Raspberry Pi running Home Assistant.

I'm SUPER excited to announce Boreutils:

An implementation of the utilities specified in POSIX.1-2017, and a few extras, with tests.

github.com/duckinator/boreutil

At the moment it has:
- 20 utilities, with tests (of a planned ~100+)
- `ish`, a (non-POSIX) shell

hi~ :3

(took this a few days ago but forgot to post it here hehe)

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