cyborg, magnetic implant
I recently got a magnet implanted into one of my fingers. It's quiet small (~2x3mm) and strong enough to lift a paper clip or to send a laptop into standby when approaching it's lid sensor.
It's still healing, but I'm already able to feel magnetic fields like the fan in my laptop or the electric motor of a train.
One could say I acquired a new sense. Any ideas what else I could do with it?
Under normal circumstances (say: no food connected to my modem) my line syncs to ~205/45 Mbit/s, btw.
Because there were some questions regarding my cabling: I wired the line to pin 4 & 5 of an 8P8C (falsely known as RJ45) socket. I stripped away the extra wires for this photo.
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Als ich jünger war dachte ich freie Software sei der erste Schritt zu fully automated gay space communism. Stellt sich raus, das funktioniert wohl eher nur andersrum :/
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