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World’s first grid-scale, semi-solid-state energy storage project goes online - Energy Storage
  • Why though? The main benefit of solid state is the energy density, which is not at all important for a stationary, grid-connected system. It's also super expensive. Why not just stick with sodium-ion batteries for the grid which are way cheaper per kWh?

  • What popular product do you think is modern day snakeoil?
  • 50GB for the simple dual layer discs. You can theoretically reach 100GB with triple layer disks. The largest BDRip I have is 90GB for the Super Mario Bros. Movie.

    Edit: UHD Blu-ray only supports dual and triple layer disks, not quad. Quad layer discs do exist though, with up to 128GB of capacity.

  • Am I old now?
  • What's the point of a thick leather wallet though? I got one of those ultrathin and ultralight wallets like 7 years ago. Still in perfect condition vs when I had a leather wallet that looked like crap after 2 years and it's so much nicer to carry around.

  • Anyone using OSMC
  • I've been using a Raspberry Pi 400 with LibreELEC installed. Mostly watch 4K HDR Blu-ray Remuxes that I have on another machine with a Samba server. Works really well for me.

    Another good option would be to have Jellyfin on a media server and cast to the TV or use the TV directly if it has a Jellyfin app (I know there are official apps for Roku and WebOS (LG)). Jellyfin is similar to Plex but open-source and fully local (no need for an external account).

    Of course, this is only works for local media. For streaming, just use a Chromecast.